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The removal of a Confederate statue in Kentucky discovered a 1936 newspaper in which Azaña was leaving Madrid

Confederate President Jefferson Davis’ withdrawal from the Kentucky Capitol this Saturday revealed an empty bottle of bourbon and a 1936 newspaper with a full-page heading on the march of Republican President Manuel Azaña from Madrid to Barcelona.

During the transfer, the statue was raised with machines and a bottle of Kentucky Bourbon with a note the contents of which have not been released and an issue of The State Journal in Frankfort, Kentucky, December 20, are in the hole in the Base appeared. October 1936 with a five-column heading: “Azaña moves to Barcelona”, which refers to Azaña’s withdrawal from the capital in the first moments of the civil war.

It is anecdotal that both the Glenmoremore Bourbon Distillery in Owensboro continues to operate and the The State Journal, founded in 1900, continues to be published, despite the fact that the coronavirus epidemic and the related crisis only forced its publication twice. per week.

The removal of a Confederate statue in Kentucky discovered a 1936 newspaper in which Azaña was leaving Madrid
The removal of a Confederate statue in Kentucky discovered a 1936 newspaper in which Azaña was leaving Madrid

The statue was moved by the Kentucky Historical Heritage Advisory Commission after an 11 to 1 vote and is located in the Jefferson Davis Historical Park in Fairview.

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