Dolores Ibarruri, president of the PCE, and Rafael Alberti, in the Congress of Deputies in 1977

An ambitious collective work aims to cover the historiographical gaps around the PCE and its decisive influence on Spanish politics and society

Dolores Ibarruri, president of the PCE, and Rafael Alberti, in the Congress of Deputies in 1977EFE

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In November 2021 they were fulfilled 100 years since the founding of the Communist Party of Spain. The PCE It emerged in 1921 as a result of the merger of the Spanish Communist Party, created a year earlier, and a split from the PSOE called the Communist Party.

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