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  Falange - Encyclopedia.com
Falange [Span.,=phalanx], Spanish political party, founded in 1933 as Falange Española by José António Primo de Rivera, son of the former Spanish dictator.
Merged with the Carlist militia by Francisco Franco in 1937, the organization was renamed Falange Española Tradicionalista and was made the official party of the Nationalist state.
Falange representation in the Cabinet was reduced from six ministers...
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-Falange.html   (1042 words)

  
  Falange - MSN Encarta
Falange (Spanishphalanx”), Spanish political party founded in 1933 by José Antonio Primo de Rivera, son of Miguel Primo de Rivera, Spain's dictator during the 1920s.
In 1934 they merged with another pro-fascist group, the Juntas de Ofensiva Nacional Syndicalista (Union of the Nation Syndicalist Offensive), and in the civil war of 1936-1939 supported the rebellion of General Francisco Franco against the Spanish republic.
This composite group became the official party of the Franco dictatorship in its early years, and Primo de Rivera, who had been killed during the civil war, was honored as a national hero.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761577249/Falange.html   (201 words)

  
  Falange. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Professing generally the principles of fascism, the Falange distinguished itself from other fascist groups by its great emphasis on national tradition, particularly the imperial and Renaissance Christian traditions of Spain.
The Falange militia joined the Insurgents in the Spanish civil war of 1936–39.
Merged with the Carlist militia by Francisco Franco in 1937, the organization was renamed Falange Española Tradicionalista and was made the official party of the Nationalist state.
www.bartleby.com /65/fa/Falange.html   (199 words)

  
 Falange Espanola
José Antonio Primo de Rivera established the Falange Española (Spanish Falange).
In its manifesto published later that year the Falange condemned socialism, Marxism, republicanism and capitalism and proposed that Spain should become a Fascist state similar to the one established by
After the victory of the Popular Front the Falange Española grew rapidly and by July had a membership of 40,000.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /SPfalange.htm   (1819 words)

  
 Lilliput: La Falange Griega
La iconografía muestra que la organización en falanges hoplíticas era una realidad al menos desde mediados del siglo VII a.C., pero se desconoce si dicha organización de combate representó una revolución dentro de las tácticas bélicas seguidas hasta entonces, o si fue fruto de una evolución más larga sobre similares modelos arcaicos.
Dentro de las falanges alejandrinas tenían gran importancia las unidades técnicas de ingenieros y bematistas, que reunían la información sobre las rutas a seguir, distancias, posibilidades de acampada y obras para permitir el tránsito de semejante ejército.
A la falange se añadían los hipaspistas, guardias de corps directamente vinculados al rey, reclutados sin vinculaciones territoriales, que protegían los flancos de la falange y aseguraban su enlace con la caballería.
www.lilliputmodel.com /articulos/pedroadolfo/falange/falange1.htm   (1740 words)

  
 Falange al Parlamento. Elecciones al Parlamento de Galicia 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Falange Española de las JONS triplica sus votos en Galicia.
Falange Española de las JONS ha celebrado una reunión en Vigo para tratar temas como la situación económica de la organización en Galicia para organizar nuevas actividades..
Falange Española de las JONS sigue llevando su voz por los pueblos y ciudades gallegas.
www.falange.es /falangealparlamento   (563 words)

  
 Los primeros pasos de Falange Española
La Falange -que rechazaba la condición de "partido"- se declaraba al margen de la división partitocrática entre derechas e izquierdas.
Falange Española también propugnaba la supresión de los partidos políticos, enfocando la participación del pueblo en la vida nacional a través de los cauces naturales de la familia, el municipio y el sindicato.
Cuando en abril de 1937, Manuel Hedilla -antiguo Jefe Provincial de la Falange en Santander- se disponía a suceder a José Antonio como nuevo Jefe Nacional, el general Francisco Franco -Jefe del Estado en la zona nacional- decretó la unificación de FE de las JONS con los carlistas de la Comunión Tradicionalista.
www.falange.info /falangefundacional.htm   (992 words)

  
 The Visual Front - Posters of the Spanish Civil War
The Falange was an extreme nationalist movement formed in Madrid in October 1933 by José Antonio Primo de Rivera.
In 1934, the new Falange laid out its main principles in a twenty-seven point program that stressed Spanish unity, strong government, an incorporated state national syndical system, nationalization of banks and credit, military strength, traditionalism, and imperial expansion.
In opposition to the socialist or Marxist revolutions, the Falange declared its support for the "national revolution" and, initially, identified itself as a fascist movement.
orpheus.ucsd.edu /speccoll/visfront/newadd21.html   (442 words)

  
 Falange Espanol Bull Spit
The Spanish Falange for years has been coming to the defense of Iraq, denouncing the bombings by the forces of the USA and England on Iraqi territory in the no fly zones of exclusion.
The Spanish Falange has had campaigns of solidarity with Iraq and protests in front of the embassy of the United States.
This isn't the first time that the Spanish Falange has stood in respect and solidarity with a brutal dictator who hates Jews and has exterminated innocent civilians...the other one was the regime of Adolf Hitler.
www.falange.us /febull.htm   (1056 words)

  
 FALANGE
Named for an ancient Greek military formation, the Falange glorified strength and force, favoring a dictatorship similar to that of Benito Mussolini of Italy.
In 1934 they merged with another pro-fascist group, the Juntas de Ofensiva Nacional Syndicalista (Union of the Nation Syndicalist Offensive), and in the civil war of 1936–39 supported the rebellion of Gen. Francisco Franco against the Spanish republic.
This composite group became the official party of the Franco dictatorship in its early years, and Primo de Rivera, who had been killed during the civil war, was honored as a hero.
www.history.com /encyclopedia.do?vendorId=FWNE.fw..fa005400.a#FWNE.fw..fa005400.a   (241 words)

  
 The Political Economy of the Spanish Falange   (Site not responding. Last check: )
But the Falange's vote of five thousand was small even in comparison with the losing right-wing parties total of 180 thousand.
He took control of the Falange in 1937 and merged it with the traditional conservative movements of monarchists, calling the merged party the Falange.
Franco put his brother-in-law in charge of the Falange and it became the official party for the regime.
www.sjsu.edu /faculty/watkins/falange.htm   (337 words)

  
 La Falange - Inicio
Ante la aprobación en comisión parlamentaria de la revanchista Ley de Memoria Histórica, la Falange manifiesta su oposición frontal a un texto que, inspirado por el rencor más virulento, consagra una deformación de nuestra Historia que, además de ser falsa, fomenta el enfrentamiento entre españoles.
El pasado domingo día 7 de octubre,cerca de un centenar de militantes y simpatizantes de La Falange, acudieron a las inmediaciones de dicho lugar, para manifestar nuestra más energica repulsa a esta banda de separatistas y asesinos etarras.
La Falange condena enérgicamente el atentado etarra contra el escolta Gabriel Giner y recuerda a los españoles que dicho atentado, como todos los cometidos por el terrorismo separatista, no es sino la consecuencia lógica de la política de permisividad.
www.lafalange.es   (333 words)

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