1939 in Spain
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List of years in Spain
Events from the year 1939 in Spain.
- President: Manuel Azaña until March 3, Francisco Franco as leader
- Prime Minister: Juan Negrín until April 1, Francisco Franco
- January 5-February 4: Battle of Valsequillo
- January 26 - Catalonia Offensive: Nationalist forces capture Barcelona.
- February 7–9 - Battle of Minorca (1939)
- February 10 - Nationalists close Spanish border with France.
- February 16 - the high command of the Republican army tells Negrín that further military resistance was impossible.
- February 27 - United Kingdom and France recognized Francisco Franco's Nationalist government.
- March 4–7 - Cartagena Uprising.
- March 7 - Nationalist transport ship SS Castillo de Olite sunk by Republican shore batteries while entering the port of Cartagena.
- March 5: coup of Segismundo Casado.
- March 5: National Defence Council formed
- March 26-April 1: Final offensive of the Spanish Civil War
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