Cartelistas y maquetistas republicanos en Puerto Rico.: Memorias de un criollo hijo de la Guerra Civil Española (1936-1939) por Guillermo Iranzo Berrocal

Cartelistas y maquetistas republicanos en Puerto Rico.: Memorias de un criollo hijo de la Guerra Civil Española (1936-1939) por Guillermo Iranzo Berrocal

Titulo del libro: Cartelistas y maquetistas republicanos en Puerto Rico.: Memorias de un criollo hijo de la Guerra Civil Española (1936-1939)

Autor: Guillermo Iranzo Berrocal

Fecha de lanzamiento: December 4, 2014

Editor: Nauta Editorial Digital

Guillermo Iranzo Berrocal con Cartelistas y maquetistas republicanos en Puerto Rico.: Memorias de un criollo hijo de la Guerra Civil Española (1936-1939)

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Cartelistas…is an ebook that shows and explains the life of three Spanish brothers from Valencia, Spain, militants of the Socialist Youth Union throughout the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Narrated by the son of one of them, this is the biographic, political and professional fate of these brothers involved in the war propaganda effort from the republican side. Posters show some of the war slogans as well as housing, industrial development and monument scale models made under the fascist dictatorship and after their exile in the Americas. Interestingly, pictures of their work are original and not published until now, but they show their masterful skills not only in but in the graphic arts, but in the sculpture, painting and scale modeling. This is also, the story of one of the rare family enterprises (Hermanos Iranzo. Maquetas) organized by Spanish republicans in order to cape with the difficulties of the dictatorship surveillance in Spain and the exile, mostly spent in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico during the Cold War.