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    The Spanish Crucible - Episode 2 (Part 2)

    Drawing on interviews recorded nearly fifty years ago but never before broadcast, this second and final part of "The Spanish Crucible" takes us to the battlefields of the Spanish civil war to ask how did the Canadians fight, how did they die and why were the survivors harrassed and spied on by the RCMP?

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