Jul 09 2020


"He then tells a bitter view of the French concentration camps. "In Argeles is easier to get that out," says Silvia Mistral. A huge beach, and nothing else. Neither house, no water, no food, no nurses, no medicines. Only sand and mistral. And the Senegalese. Tall and black, look like children who have been given a rifle and a uniform and an order to kill. Nobody can imagine what this beach with the cold and at night.

There is a bandage for injuries or a little boiled water to the sick … "Finally, the author relates his trip to Mexico on the ship Ipanema:" When the Ipanema away from the pier, throwing each other three cries : Viva Mexico! Cardenas Viva! Viva la Republica! Nobody gave a cheer to France. " Silvia Mistral, pseudonym of the writer and film critic Hortense Pita Blanch was born in Havana on December 1, 1914 and died in Lomas de Bellavista, Ciudad Lopez Mateos, Mexico State. Mother of Catalan and Galician father, from 1920-1926 Vilalba lives in the province of Lugo, returning again to Havana. The proclamation of the Republic returned to Spain, settling in Barcelona, where he works as an assistant in a chemical laboratory, while working in the literary supplement of The News, and later, Chart Day. His passion for film led him to be critical Popular film in magazines Film, Exclusive and Projector Films, and make some film adaptations for companies Paramount and Metro. Affiliated to the National Labour Confederation (CNT), during the war provoked by the military uprising of General Franco threshold works in magazines and Solidaridad Obrera, and in the newspaper La Vanguardia, which shows his chronicles of war.