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    Asturian Socialist Republicball

    Foward the Revolution. Long live the dictatorship of the proliterate!
     
    — Last manifest of the Red-icon.png Comitee of Sama (Asturias-icon.png Asturias) [16 of October 1934]


    Red-icon.png The Austrian Asturian Socialist Republic was a commune from the Asturias-icon.png Asturias against the Second Spanish Republic-icon.png Second Spanish Republicball dominated by the right. They were an army of miners that were striking to free the government from Blue-icon.png right-wingers. It fell and everyone forgot about it. On October 18, it was declared that Asturias-icon.png Asturias had returned to the Second Spanish Republic-icon.png Second Spanish Republicball..

    In the modern day

    In the modern day he's remembered by Asturias-icon.png Asturian Red-icon.png Socialists as at the same time pointless violence and anarchy, and also a necesary action aganist the CEDA-icon (soldier).png Ceda-lead government.

    History

    CEDA

    After the failed Anarchy-icon.png anarchist uprising in Casas Viejas, Cadizball, Andalusiaball, a Coalition of Blue-icon.png right-wing parties called CEDA-icon (soldier).png Cedaball (Spanish Coalition of the Autonomous Right) won the elections. CEDA-icon (soldier).png The party won due to the fracturation of the Red-icon.png left-wing parties which had won in 1931 and declared the Second Spanish Republicball and exiled long-time ruling Spain (monarchy)-icon.png king Alfonso XIII out of Spain.

    October Revolution

    Red-icon.png The October Revolution was a series of waves of strikes, declarations of independence, and revolts over the Blue-icon.png Conservative-controlled Second Spanish Republic-icon.png Second Spanish Republicball. All over Spain-icon.png Spain the Red-icon.png socialist workers went on strike. 

    The start of the revolution

    In Asturias, the miners rose up on the 5th of October of 1934, and declared the Republic of Miners and Peasants of Asturias. They had the support of the Red-icon.png PSOE (Socialists), the Anarchy-icon.png UGT (Anarcho-syndicalists), Anarchy-icon.png CNT (Anarchists), and the Red-icon.png PCE (Communist Party of Spain).


    The Asturian Revolution

    Northern Front

    The Grado-icon.png Trubia (Oviedo-icon.png Oviedo/Grado-icon.png Grado), La Vega (Oviedo-icon.png Oviedo) and Mieres-icon.png Mieres Weapons Factories are sacked by the Red-icon.png revolutionaries between the 5th and 10th of October, the revolutionaries advance towards Oviedo-icon.png Oviedo. In Asturias-icon.png Ollionegro a battle occurs between the Second Spanish Republicball and the Red-icon.png revolutionaries, which ends in a victory of the Red-icon.png last.

    Southern Front

    Red-icon.png The miners rose up in Vega del Rey (Pola de Lena, South Asturias) and begin preparations to attack in the afternoon the town of Asturias-icon.png Camponares, 5 kilometers away. 

    Oviedo falls

    On the 11th of October the last Spanish Forces surrender in Oviedo-icon.png Oviedo. The cities of Gijón (Asturias-icon.pngGijónball) and Avilés (Asturias-icon.png Avilesball had fallen to the revolutionaries (but some parts of Asturias-icon.pngGijón were still standing). The combat in Oviedo took place in the Oviedo-icon.png School and Theatre of Oviedo-icon.png Campoamor, Oviedo-icon.png the cathedral of Oviedo, Oviedo-icon.png the arms factory of La Vega (Oviedo-icon.png previously mentioned), Oviedo-icon.png the Covadonga Hotel, Oviedo-icon.png the University, Oviedo-icon.png the Bullring of Oviedo, Oviedo-icon.png the Diputación Building, Oviedo-icon.png the Hospicio, Oviedo-icon.png the water reserve and Oviedo-icon.png the Slaughterhouse.

    The final stand

    The coronel Second Spanish Republic-icon.png Juan Yagüe Blanco landed in the port of Asturias-icon.pngGijón (Asturias-icon.pngel musel), Second Spanish Republic-icon.png José Solchaga Zala entered from Cantabria-icon.png Cantabria, Second Spanish Republic-icon.png Eduardo López Ochoa from Galicia and coronel Carlos Bosch Bosch from Castile-icon.png Castille entered the Asturian region with the purpose of crushing the revolt. All were under the command of who would become the caudillo of Spain-icon.png Spain: Franco-icon.png Francisco Franco, general of the army and Manuel Goded from Madrid. Bosch entered from the south but never reached Oviedo, instead got stuck in the south. Ochoa and Yagüe entered Oviedo-icon.png Oviedo and retook the Oviedo-icon.png city in the name of the Second Spanish Republic-icon.png Second Spanish Republicball

    Asturias-icon.png Langreo, Asturias-icon.png Avilés, Asturias-icon.png Gijón, Asturias-icon.png Pola de Siero, Oviedo-icon.png Oviedo, Grado-icon.png Grado, Mieres-icon.png Mieres... all of the territory the Red-icon.png revolution had ever stepped foot on was now covered in Castile-icon.png Castilian, Galicia-icon (Spain).png Galician, Catalonia-icon.png Catalan and most importantly Asturias-icon.png Asturian blood.

    Flag

    There are 3 candidates for the title of official flag: the flag of the Anarchy-icon.png CNT, the Red-icon.png red flag or a flag of Asturias-icon.png asturias with a shovel and spout.


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