republicans come from a tradition which up to recent times advocated a military and political solution. nationalists favour the political method only. both aspire to a united Ireland. republicans would also be more radical in economic theory etc than most nationalists. in present terms the differences are largely historical and social.
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the war was between the Republicans and the nationalists
The Spanish Revolution was fought between the Republicans and the Nationalists.
The fascist Nationalists and the socialist Republicans.
It started on July 1936 between Republicans and Nationalists and ended in 1939.
Mainly the Republicans/Nationalists want a united Ireland of the complete 32 counties, controlled in Ireland and full recognition of this. The Loyalists/Unionists want the 6 counties composing Northern Ireland to remain part of the United Kingdom controlled by Britain. This isn't by a far stretch much detail but it's the main difference that comes to mind if you were to ask an Irish person. I agree entirely with Brian's answer, above. Also...as a general rule of thumb,99% of Nationalists are of Catholic background, while 99% of Unionists are of Protestant background.(What the technical differences are between these two theologies are, you'll have two ask someone who cares). A further angle on the differences may be argued that the Nationalists are holding an argument based on civil liberty and self determination, while the Unionists are anti Catholic. But you'll never get agreement on this one...far too biased.
Because it was the beginning of the peace between the Republicans/Nationalists and Loyalists/Unionists.
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The main difference between federalists and republicans is that federalists believe all power should reside in the government, while republicans believe that power should reside in the people.
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Spanish Civil WarIt was between the Popular Front and the Nationalists. The republicans, who were in power at the time, retaliated to a military uprising in 1936, which started the war. The Nationalists then sided with the Army. The Nationalists and the Popular Front were both coalitions of different political groups who sided with either the left or right wings for a beneficial outcome should they win the war. The republicans were the most powerful group in the Popular Front as they were communist and so received aid from the USSR. the Nationalists were also a coalition as they were fascist, they received a lot of help from Hitler ans Mussolini (or Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy).
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The Republicans (who included the Marxists) and the Nationalists (Falangists, or Fascists). The Nationalists under Francisco Franco won the war, with military aid from Italy and Nazi Germany, including German pilots flying the latest German aircraft.
Democrats are usually considered to the left of Republicans, although this generally only comes down to a difference in rhetoric. Generally, there is not much difference between the two parties in practice.
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Here is a great chart showing the differences between Hinduism and Buddhism: http://www.diffen.com/difference/Buddhism_vs_Hinduism
Similarities and differences between Republicans and Democrats. Or maybe you could write about similarities and differences between society in America vs society in the Middle East.
Democrats believe government is the solution. Republicans believe government is the problem.
Scientific beliefs are not actually beliefs, but are facts. Things, stories told but never proven to be true. Religious beliefs are beliefs taught, not seen or proven but knowing and having faith in their existence.
There shouldn't be any differences, as Jesuits are Catholics.
The Spanish Civil War was fought between the Nationalists (Spanish fascists backed by Italy and Germany) and the Loyalists (aka the Republicans, Spanish Communists backed by the USSR). The Nationalists won, and their leader Francisco Franco remained dictator of Spain until his death in the 1970's.
Immediately before WWII, Spain was in the throes of civil war between Franco's Nationalists & the Republican (Communist) forces. Nazi Germany sent war materials to The Nationalists, while Stalin supported the Republicans. With the Nationalists being the victors, Franco resisted any & all involvement with The Axis or the Allied Powers. In short, Spain remained neutral.