"RECONSTRUCTION AFTER SPANISH CIVIL WAR"
In January 1938, during the civil war, the National Service of Devastated Regions and Repairs (Servicio Nacional de Regiones Devastadas) is created, under the auspices of the Ministry of Interior and head of the Service is appointed to Mr. Joaquin Benjumea.
In December of that same year, the service becomes dependent on the Ministry of the Interior, to become August 1939, a General Directorate.
Devastated Regions was created with the purpose of rebuilding the devastation that the war had caused, and later in its strategy will prioritize the development of the countryside instead of the city, since almost sixty-five percent of the Spanish population at that time was living in the countryside.
The staff of this new ministry was dedicated to visit the old fronts of War evaluating the damage that had been affected towns placed in yhese fronts. Viver area was declared a priority action, because it was located in the epicenter of fighting between National troops and Republican troops, Viver was literally destroyed, with damage exceeding 75%.
Reconstruction began soon, the project was implemented largely. Although some designs were unbuilt.