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It was also his fifth consecutive match scoring for Spain, which is a personal record. In the second Euro Qualification match, away to Malta , Ramos did not score for the first time in six matches for Spain — failing to extend his scoring streak. However the match ended 0—2 to Spain which was his st win with La Roja, equaling the all-time record of Iker Casillas.

Ramos is a physically strong player who excels in the air due to his elevation and heading accuracy, making him a goal threat on set-pieces; [] [] [] he is also a competent, aggressive tackler. He is gifted with pace, [] good technical ability, as well as good distribution and crossing ability. Due to his leadership, his athletic and technical prowess, his ability to excel both offensively and defensively, as well as his tactical versatility, which allows him to be deployed as a centre back and as a full back , former manager Carlo Ancelotti has compared him to legendary defender Paolo Maldini.

Ramos is often criticised for using excessive, reckless force while playing, [] [] [] [] [] [] and has been accused of diving. Ramos holds multiple disciplinary records, in the Champions League, La Liga, and in the Spanish national team. Ramos holds the record for being the most carded player in La Liga, with cards. He is one yellow card away from having a tie with Alberto Lopo , the current record holder for La Liga yellow cards. In the Champions League, Ramos has amassed 37 yellow cards and 3 red cards 2 of which were straight red cards , making him the most-carded player in Champions League history.

Lastly, Ramos also holds the record for being the most carded player in the history of the Spanish national team. Ramos has been described as a 'family person' and has a close relationship with his siblings and parents. In January , Amazon Prime and Ramos himself announced they will release an eight-episode docu-series on Ramos' life on and off the pitch. This would be the first ever time the public would see the personal side of Ramos and his family.

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Archived from the original on 6 October Retrieved 22 September Managing Madrid. Football Italia. Sergio Ramos Real Madrid and Spain : Retrieved 28 December Retrieved 2 December Football Paradise. Retrieved 4 February It's the smaller games where it's an issue. Retrieved 2 April But Ramos might be a special case. His level of play between what qualifies as a big game, and one that doesn't, is dramatic.

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Sometimes the person concerned would be nominally a socialist or even a liberal a left Republican. When torture failed to achieve that, Nin was murdered, perhaps by Vidali — as now even Communists accept. This Communist penetration was a political achievement of the first importance. As happened in Eastern Europe after , very often the minister would be an impeccable liberal.

But his undersecretary and the man who wielded the power would turn out to be a Communist. This he did with remorseless attention to detail. He spent nearly fifty years writing this book, and died before this final edition appeared. He began collecting newspapers, propaganda hand-outs, leaflets, booklets. As he admits, he was at that time inclined to support the Communist cause.

Subsequently, he entered the Californian property business, but he continued his studies in his spare time. The first edition of his book was finished in , but, after rejection by many publishers, only appeared in , as The Grand Camouflage , under the imprint of the Catholic firm of Hollis and Carter.

The title indicated that the idea that the Spanish Republic continued to be a democracy into the Civil War was mere public relations. The translation was hasty. A year or two later, annoyed at the reputation he had gained of being a witness for the prosecution, Bolloten secured two further, accurately translated Spanish editions. The first came out in Mexico in , the second in in Stanford, under the auspices of the Institute of Hispanic American Studies there, then still directed by the high-minded Ronald Hilton.

Finally, a newly revised text appeared.

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This work, over twice as long as the original text, was published by Alianza in Madrid in The book under review is the meticulously edited English version. Bolloten died before he could finish either the final chapter or the preface: Stanley Payne of Chicago completed the first, another friend the second.

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It is misleadingly called The Spanish Civil War. I do not say this because I have any wish to maintain a proprietary hold on the title, but because Bolloten did not set out to write a general history of the Civil War. There is no military history here, no discussion of what happened on the Nationalist side, little economic or social analysis, and only passing references to the diplomatic background — references which suggest, even when they have to do with the Soviet Union, that the author is not quite at home in that field. There is much new material in the new book, some of it deriving from interviews with survivors, most of it from rare publications, from Soviet memoirs or from newspapers and magazines of the time and later.

There is also original material: for example, the transcript of telephone conversations between Anarchist ministers and the Socialist minister of the interior during the events of May in Barcelona. There are the unpublished memoirs of the Communist minister for agriculture, Vicente Uribe. But the final message from Bolloten is the same as it was in , and the Communists took over the Spanish Republic. These propositions should be carefully examined. First, it is true that once it became obvious that the Russians were the only reliable allies of the Republic, a degree of Russification took over for which there was no precedent.

With their great resources for, and attention to, propaganda the Russians made the most of the opportunity. Enormous posters of Marx, Lenin and Stalin were everywhere to be seen. More important, Negrin treated the Russians as indispensable friends. But the Republicans had no alternative beyond the unacceptable one of making peace. Negrin was a rightwing socialist physiologist who had been responsible for planning the new university outside Madrid. Before the war he was a deputy of no significance. His personal habits have not helped his reputation: he would eat and drink as much as four ordinary people, according to Indalecio Prieto, and was a prodigious consumer of aspirin.

I have always seen him as a tragic statesman of immense importance. His aim was to win the war: he was prepared to make every compromise to do so Bolloten admits there is a case to be made for him in this respect , and stooped to some most dubious actions.