Hablar de la Falange Es Nombrar España [To speak of la Falange Is To Speak of Spain]
whole: The image occupies the almost the whole sheet and is contained within a black line. The blue and black type is
integrated into the image and runs on four lines, at an angle across the upper third of the image. There are also three lines of red type
across the lower third of the image.
image: A blue-shirted soldier stands against a yellow and red background with a gun slung across his chest. He is holding two banners
which fill the top of the frame: the yellow and red flag of Spain on the left and the Black and Red flag of the Falange Española on the
right. To the right of the figure is the yoke and arrows motif in red.
text: Hablar de la Falange Es Nombrar España. Unidad. Unidad. Unidad. [To speak of la Falange Is To Speak of Spain. United. United.
The yoke and arrows was the symbol of the Spanish Nationalists.
The black and red flag is the flag of Falange Española, the dominant Nationalist political party, during the Civil War.
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.