The Forgotten Men: An Account of Courage and Tenacity During the Franco Years
By Jesús Torbado and Manuel Leguineche
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1981, 226 pp.
The crushing lives of eight Spaniards whom fate had put on one side or the other in the Civil War and who for various reasons had to hide out from Franco's police long after the war was over. A successful effort at oral history.