Spanish Revolution (disambiguation)
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The Spanish Revolution of 1936 was a workers' social revolution that began during the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War.
Spanish Revolution may also refer to:
- Mutiny of Aranjuez, an uprising in 1808 against Charles IV that became a prelude to the French invasion of Spain
- Pronouncement of Lacy, a failed attempt by Francisco Milans del Bosch and Luis de Lacy in 1817
- Trienio Liberal (1820–1823)
- The pronouncement of Maria Christina de Borbón and her husband Agustín Fernando Muñoz against the then regent General Espartero
- Spanish Revolution of 1854, also known as the Vicalvarada, a revolution in Madrid
- Glorious Revolution (Spain), a revolution in 1868 against Queen Isabella II
- Asturian miners' strike of 1934
- Spanish Civil War, 1936
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