Prince Morimasa and his wife Itsuko Nabeshima at the Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain, early 1909Captured Spanish Nationalist officer, Madrid, Spain, 27 Jul 1936Spanish Nationalist soldier throwing a grenade toward Republican lines, Burgos, Spain, 12 Sep 1936Civilians in a subway platform air raid shelter, Madrid, Spain, 9 Dec 1936
Prince Morimasa and his wife Itsuko Nabeshima at the Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain, early 1909Captured Spanish Nationalist officer, Madrid, Spain, 27 Jul 1936Spanish Nationalist soldier throwing a grenade toward Republican lines, Burgos, Spain, 12 Sep 1936Civilians in a subway platform air raid shelter, Madrid, Spain, 9 Dec 1936
Spanish Nationalist fighters, northern Spain, 30 Dec 1936Spanish Nationalist vehicles, Battle of Guadalajara, Spain, Mar 1937Female Republican militia in rifle drills, Barcelona, Spain, 2 Jun 1937Barcelona, Spain under aerial attack, 1938
Spanish Nationalist fighters, northern Spain, 30 Dec 1936Spanish Nationalist vehicles, Battle of Guadalajara, Spain, Mar 1937Female Republican militia in rifle drills, Barcelona, Spain, 2 Jun 1937Barcelona, Spain under aerial attack, 1938
He 111 E-1 bomber of KG 88 dropping bombs, Spain, 1938Explosion of the Casa Blanca building, Madrid, Spain, 19 Mar 1938; 300 Spanish Nationalists were killed by this attackCondor Legion Ju 87 Stuka dive bombers over Spain, 30 May 1939He 111 aircraft on the beach of La Concha, San Sebastián, Spain, 7 May 1945; this aircraft had brought Léon Degrelle from Norway
He 111 E-1 bomber of KG 88 dropping bombs, Spain, 1938Explosion of the Casa Blanca building, Madrid, Spain, 19 Mar 1938; 300 Spanish Nationalists were killed by this attackCondor Legion Ju 87 Stuka dive bombers over Spain, 30 May 1939He 111 aircraft on the beach of La Concha, San Sebastián, Spain, 7 May 1945; this aircraft had brought Léon Degrelle from Norway


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