Various locations in Madrid , Spain. A map shows location of Spain. View of the capital city, Madrid, in Spain. The "Puerta del Sol", the center of Madrid, and starting point of the Spanish national road network. Exteriors of the "Museo del Prado", one of the world's leading art galleries, and the statue of the painter Velazquez.. View of pond and surroundings in the park of "Buen Retiro", a famous garden in the center of Madrid.
Army of Nationalist Spain attacks Spain Republic troops in Madrid, Spain. View over desert showing troops firing machine guns and rifles behind low ditches. Smoke rises as a result of an explosion. Troops march and parade on streets in the city of Madrid, Spain.
A fleet of aircraft in flight over Madrid, Spain. A damaged portrait of a woman holding a scull in her hand. Debris and rubble of a bomb destroyed palace. Furniture, stone sculptures and books scattered in a lawn outside the damaged building. Men and women in carriages. Stone sculpture of a polar bear and a pile of books.
Bomb destroyed residential buildings in Madrid, Spain. Damaged and broken walls. A wrecked vehicle. 'Plateria' written on a shop in the background. Civilians walk on a street with debris and wreckage all around. A board on a building reads 'Paso El Fascismo' along with a hand print.
Spain's Head of State General Francisco Franco in Madrid, Spain. General Franco presides over the opening of a Falangist girls' school. The General with the teachers. Students do craft work on tables. Students' craft work including hand made dolls on display. Franco tours the school with the teachers and other officials. Teachers present awards to the students. Girls stand holding Madrid flags. Girls in lines during the function.
Blue Division Spanish soldiers in Madrid, Spain during World War II. Flags of Spain and Germany on El Estacion del Norte train station in Madrid. Officers gives speeches. Spanish spectators observe. A train pulls into the station. A large crowd at the station. The Spanish citizens greet soldiers and salute them. Spanish soldiers say goodbye to their wives and families at the station. They are bound for the Eastern Front, serving as volunteers in the German Army.