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19 November 2017

  • (diff | hist) . . Catalonia‎; 05:13 . . (-31). .No1CopyEditor (talk | contribs)(The Nueva Planta decrees did not abolish Catalan institutions but rather integrated them into a modern, unitary state. For example, the Mossos d’Esquadra, the Catalan police force, owes its existence to the decree.) (Tags: Mobile app edit, Mobile edit)

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  • (diff | hist) . . Catalonia‎; 10:54 . . (+112). .Coldcreation (talk | contribs)(Undid revision 809923939 by Sonrisas1 (talk) His regime has frequently been identified as fascist, but Spanish history books categorize it as conservative, authoritarian)
  • (diff | hist) . . Catalonia‎; 10:22 . . (-112). .Sonrisas1 (talk | contribs)(Undid revision 809622267 by Aroniel2 (talk)this is just semantics. By all modern definitions he was a fascist. And the phalanx party was the only legal party during his rule)