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Graduate Prize: Matthew Poggi (University of Toronto). Saving Memories: Canadian Veterans of the Spanish Civil War and their Pursuit of Government Recognition
&ldquo This award, and being published on the WOW website, made it feel official I really am a writer!. a special thanks to the staff and editors of reading the past winners&rsquo stories is an excellent way to hone your own writing skills.&rdquo
Undergraduate Prizes: (This year there were two Undergraduate Awardees). Samuel Chan (UCLA). “No Child ‘Left’ Behind: The Cold War Educational Prejudice Against the Left and its Impact on the Spanish Civil War.” & Paul Oshinski (University of Georgia). “The Spanish Civil War: Analysis of the Nature of the Franco Regime and Theoretical Explanations for the Causes of the War.”
Graduate Prize: Jonathan Sherry (University of Pittsburgh). The Soviet show trial as export: justice and legal culture in the Spanish Civil War.
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