Democracy Now! on Fighting Fascism: The Americans -- Women and Men -- Who Fought In the Spanish Civil War.
More information on the Abraham Lincoln brigade.
Wikipedia on the Spanish Civil War, for what it's worth.
George Orwell on the Spanish Civil War:
More resources from Anarcho-Syndicalism 101:
- After the Revolution - by Diego Abad de Santiallan, theoretical text written by Spanish author in the leadup to the Civil War, discussing ways in which production, distribution and consumption could be organised according to anarcho-syndica
- Anarchists in the Spanish Revolution - by Jose Pierats.
- Collectives in the Spanish Revolution - by Gaston Leval, French Anarchist who traveled to Spain during the revolution to document what happened.
- The Tragedy of Spain - by Rudolf Rocker.
- An Overview of the Spanish Libertarian Movement - by Murray Bookchin, discusses the development of the Spanish Anarchist and Anarcho-Syndica
list movement and what happened during the Civil War.
- Workers Power and the Spanish Revolution - by Tom Wetzel, a reply to Trotskyist arguments against the behaviour of the Spanish anarchists during the Civil War.
- With the Peasants of Aragon - by Augustin Souchy, description of the anarchist collectives by a former secretary of the International Workers' Association.
Here's a Luis Buñuel documentary, Land without Bread, from 1932 on "Las Hurdes," a poor area of Spain. This exemplifies what the Spanish revolution was trying to fix -- and did, to a large extent. Note the final message in this documentary.
There were the beginnings of a great human success, no thanks to the towering beacons of Western democracy (sic); none to the vanguard of world revolution (sic) in Russia, either, all of whom conspired to kill the revolution, even at the cost of empowering fascism. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.