How and why would one fabricate a visual memory of what one has not directly experienced, in this case, in the Spanish Civil War? Because, by doing so, this event which has been talked of so much in the family and in history books comes true, and because these concocted images are reminiscent of others already familiar, perpetuating myths and memories.
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