Well, Yes, I go that far because I can (Whites killed 50.000, Reds 75.000)... I think you are confusing the units in the Army of Africa. The Army consisted by:I wouldnt go that far, the Regulares weren't exactly serving out hugs and warm blankets. At least the Falange and Carlists would just execute you on suspicion, the regulares would rape you first. The Spanish civil war was brutal on both sides, with planned atrocities and casual violence but leaders like Queipo De llana did their best ti increase it.
One factor to consider though is that the Nationalists worked out a planned method of disposing of suspected reds.
The Reds killed Nationalists then split in half and spent as much time executing each other so for any Red faction they had twice the number of enemies to execute in a short space of time.
Tiradores de Ifni
Me-halas (this Men-halas are the famous "moros" that sometimes raped and looting, as the Reds.. by the way)
Mehanías (Also as Me-halas)
Regulares consisted around 29% troops in the Army of Africa
Spanish Civil War as as brutal as the others civil wars.. It is not necessary to talk about la Vendée, Argelian War, Secession War, Russian Civil War, Finnish civil war, Chinese civil war, Cambodja Civil War or Vietnam civil War... In fact, between Spanish Civil War.... it was more brutal the Seven Years War, between Carlistas and Liberals (1833 - 1840) that 1936 - 1939 conflict.
Queipo de Llano was not so brutal.. although for sure he killed lot of reds...but not more than Santiago Carrillo, Agapito or others red killers...and remember, White forces never killed children. The Reds yes.
Capilla Domínguez, Antonio. 08/01/1936. Algodonales
Carrasco Jiménez, Damián. 09/06/1936. Jimena de la Frontera
Carrasco Zurita, Salvador. 09/06/1936. Jimena de la Frontera
Castilla Delgado, José. 07/27/1936. San Roque.
Castilla Delgado, Miguel. 07/27/1936. San Roque.
Castilla García, Augusto. 07/27/1936. San Roque
Chacón Marín, Juan. 09/06/1936. Grazalema
Cuéllar Porcel, Santiago. 07/28/1936. Olvera
Díaz Borrego, Juan. 08/01/1936. Olvera
Fernández Guzmán, Francisco. 08/24/1936. Setenil.
All of them from the list of people murdered by Checas in province of Cadis... one of the province was liberated sooner.