If you decide not to make an interactive timeline, at least embed your timeline as an image so that it displays without necessitating download.
In terms of content, I wanted to hear more about the specificities of Natalia’s case, and/or see citations backing up your claims about children at large.
Since you talked about children through Spanish Civil War and dictatorship of Franco, I would make to have memory about Natalie and make same with others that feels unique. The unique is significant for have memory able to survive and tell stories that exist. Such as have voice to tell experience being in prison. Like my story of Isabel, her husband was in prison for being socialist and republican. Please thoughts about few unique about your story of Natalie and children through it
Perhaps add another paragraph about your take on her story. What do you make of it? Do you think it would be similar to others like her in Spain? Is there something unique about it?
Overall, you have a great project to have telling story of Natalie and experience through the Spanish Civil War and the dictatorship of Francisco Franco. This story and timeline impact the memories of who survivors of struggled in Spain.
Good synopsis of story through Natalie and in Spain.
Oh my gosh, it is truly struggle for children both before/after of Spanish Civil War and during the regime of the dictatorship.
How did that? Children experienced go through Spanish Civil War?