whole: The poster is double-sided. Side 1: Running across the top of the sheet there is a band of red with a line of white
type. Below this, is a band of yellow with red type and below this a red band with white type. Side 2: The sheet is divided into four
quarters; each quarter is a flag. In the centre, where the four sections meet there is a circular motif.
image: Side 2: The image is made up of five flags: in the upper left quarter is a red background on which a green star of David is
depicted: the flag of the Army of Africa. In the upper right quarter is the Portuguese flag. In the lower right quarter is the flag of the
Third Reich, depicting the Swastika. In the lower left is the flag of the Kingdom of Italy. Across the centre of these flags is the
circular crest from the Spanish flag, in the centre of which is the nationalist yoke and arrows.
text: Side 1: Viva el General Franco. Viva El Ejercito 18 Julio 1936. Viva nuestra Gloriosa Aviación. [Long live General Franco. Long
Live The Army 18 July 1936. Long Live Our Glorious Air Force?]
The 18th July 1936 was the beginning of the Spanish Civil War. On the 19th July General Franco arrived in Cadiz at the
head of the rebel foreign legions.
Item was acquired by the donor's Uncle while he was serving on HMS Repulse in 1938. He records in his log that
while the Repulse was moored in Gibraltar harbour and he was given shore leave and decided to go to into Spain. He and his party met
someone who took them to the Fascist military headquarters in La Linea where they were given these posters.
Circular motif with a yoke and arrows at the centre. Text reads: 'F.E. de las J.O.N.S. Prensa y Proaganda. La Linea de la
Concepcion'. [Juntas de Ofensiva Nacional-Syndicalista]