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Montserrat Corretger

.: Escriptors catalans i compromís antifeixista (1936-1939). Barcelona: Publicacions de l’Abadia de Montserrat, 1994 Campillo, M. and Vilanova, F. (cur.): La cultura catalana en el primer exili (1939-1940). Cartes d’escriptors, intel·lectuals i científics. Barcelona: Quaderns de l’Arxiu Pi i Sunyer, 4, 2000, p. 26. Campillo, M.: «Cèsar-August Jordana. El món de Joan Ferrer». Quaderns: Revista de traducció , 16 (2009): 29-42. Campillo, M. (ed.): Llegir l’exili . Barcelona: L’Avenç, 2011a. Campillo, M.: Edition and foreword of Francesc Trabal, Els

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Francesc Vilanova

la violencia rebelde/franquista». Historia Actual Online , 38 (3) (2015b): 163-176. Novic, E. The concept of cultural genocide: an international law perspective . Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. Núnez Seixas. X.M: ¡Fuera el invasor! Nacionalismos y movilización bélica durante la guerra civil española (1936-1939). Madrid: Marcial Pons, 2006. Ors, V.: «Proyección mundial del nacionalsindicalismo. La reconstrucción de España (1)» Unidad (San Sebastián, May 13th 1937). Premik, K.: Relazioni italo-slovene 1880-1956. Relazione della

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Jordi Malé

5 References Campillo, M.: “La literatura durant la guerra civil”. In: Catalunya i la guerra civil . Ed. Jaume Aulet. Barcelona, Publicacions de l’Abadia de Montserrat, 1988, p. 165-180. Castellanos, J.: “Literatura catalana i compromís social en els anys trenta”. Els Marges 69 (2002): 7-23. Guardiola, C.-J. ed.: Cartes de Carles Riba I: 1910-1938 . Barcelona: Edicions de la Magrana, 1990. Guardiola, C.-J. ed.: Cartes de Carles Riba II: 1939-1952 . Barcelona: Edicions de la Magrana, 1991. Guardiola, C.-J. ed.: Cartes de Carles

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M. Carmen Cañizares and Ángel Raúl Ruiz Pulpón

consolidation of the Manchegan vineyard was also due to other factors of an agronomic and economic type. In the first place, the influence of phylloxera in our region did not reach the same level of importance as in other Spanish regions such as Catalonia or the Region of Valencia at the beginning of the 20 th century. Secondly, demand from cities close to the Mediterranean Sea, the Cantabrian Sea and the capital itself, Madrid, together with the improvement of communication networks, especially railways, reinforced commercial relations. After the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939

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Ricardo Perlingeiro

administrative jurisdiction without the possibility of appeal. T here are currently Councils of State with functions of administrative jurisdiction: France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy and Greece; cf. the judicial system of administrative jurisdiction with a specific supreme court in the following countries: Germany, Austria, Portugal, Luxemburg, Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic, Poland, Lithuania; there is a judicial system of administrative jurisdiction equipped with a supreme court with common administrative and civil jurisdiction in Spain, Switzerland, Slovenia, Hungary

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John Vlahoplus

Perkins v. Elg, 307 U.S. 325 (1939) at 333 (distinguishing citizenship “by birth” from citizenship “by parentage”), 330 and 339 (child born in the United States receives “natural” U.S. citizenship “by birth” with presidential eligibility, but “acquired” German nationality later through his father) (quoting with approval an opinion of Attorney General Pierrepont), and 350 (affirming decree declaring a person born within and under the jurisdiction of the United States “to be a natural born citizen of the United States” and extending the decree to bind the Secretary of