The Francoist dictatorship through the Deaf lens

Autor/a: SÁNCHEZ-AMAT, Jordina; VEIGA, Raquel; ÁLVAREZ, Xavi; FRIGOLA, Santiago; ALIAGA, Delfina; SAMPEDRO, Miguel Ángel; BARBERÀ, Gemma; QUER, Josep
Año: 2021
Editorial: Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 247-274.
Tipo de código: Copyright
Soporte: Digital


Comunidad y cultura sorda, Historia, Arte y Cultura


During the conversation with Amalia, 1 the interviewee summarized the coexistence of two opposing political sensitivities within her family during the Franco regime as follows: My husband hated Franco, and we disagreed on this. But I understood his position and he mine, of course. My father was a Francoist and was in favor of Franco because it was thanks to him that my grandmother was saved. And yet, Franco was responsible for the execution of my father-in-law. It was a very hard time.(Amalia)

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