Tierra (newspaper)

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Tierra ('Land') was a weekly newspaper published from Almería, Spain. It was close to the Social Revolutionary Party of J. A. Balbontín. It had a short existence, and was published during 1932. [1]

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  1. Checa Godoy, Antonio. Prensa y partidos politicos durante la II republica . Salamanca: Universidad de Salamanca, 1989. p. 41