(3 Oct 1976) The Carlist rally was attended by a crowd of more than 3,000. it was the first such meeting since the spanish civil war in 1936. tolosa, in the basque country, is an industrial town which has been the scene of much unrest in recent weeks. After the Rally right-wingers clashed with the carlists and police intervened with tear-gas grenades and rubber bullets.
(6 May 1979) The annual pilgrimage by Spain’s Carlist monarchist movement to their holy mountain of Montejurra. Carlist monarchist claimant, Prince Carlos VIII signs autographs for his supporters.
(8 May 1978) Spain’s Carlists, a left-wing monarchist movement, held their traditional pilgrimage to their “holy mountain” at Montejurra in northern Spain. It was the first time they had commemorated the day in full freedom since the Spanish civil war. The Carlists’ leader, Prince Carlos Hugo de Borbon y Parma, who was allowed to return from exile last year, led the procession.
(8 May 1977) Supporters of exiled Spanish Prince Carlos Hugo hold their annual pilgrimage in Montejurra, in the Basque regions of Spain.
(11 May 1976) Large crowd at funeral of youth killed in Carlist demonstration lead in: over four thousand people marched in silence through the streets of estella, near madrid, on monday (may 10th) to mark the death of a youth killed during a carlist demonstration, the day before.
(9 May 1976) Church tower and marchers gathering for Pro-Carlist annual march. The marchers walked up Montejurra mountain. Rival factions of monarchists clashed leaving one young man dead and at least four others injured when they were caught in a burst of sub-machinegun fire.
(6 May 1974) Supporters of the Spanish monarchy, the Carlists, named after Prince Carlos, hold a rally in Montejurra, Spain, wearing their distinctive red berets