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Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-227) and index.
|Statement||David J. Dunthorn.|
|LC Classifications||DA47.8 .D86 2000|
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|Pagination||ix, 236 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||00040456|
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After fascism's defeat in Britain did not co-operate with Franco's Spanish opponents to end his dictatorship. This study demonstrates how divisions in the Spanish opposition were one factor but argues that Britain's strategic and commercial interests in Spain also acted as a by: 2.
After fascism's defeat in Britain did not co-operate with Franco's Spanish opponents to end 1940-1950 book dictatorship. This study demonstrates how divisions in the Spanish opposition were one factor but argues that Britain's strategic and commercial interests in Spain also acted as a disincentive.
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This study demonstrates how divisions in the Spanish opposition were one factor. After fascism's defeat in Britain did not co-operate with Franco's Spanish opponents to end his dictatorship. This study demonstrates how divisions 1940-1950 book the Spanish opposition were one factor but argues that Britain's strategic and commercial interests in Spain also acted as a disincentive.
Only when international pressure for sanctions threatened Iberian stability in did the British. The change in tone in Anglo-Spanish relations in –44 and whether this change was matched by a similar modification in Britain’s attitude towards the Spanish anti-Franco opposition. Cite this chapter as: Dunthorn D.J.
() Spanish Opposition before In: Britain and the Spanish Anti-Franco Opposition, – Britain and the Spanish Anti-Franco Opposition, by David J.
Dunthorn; Spaniards and Nazi G January The International history review Jill Edwards. Cite this chapter as: Dunthorn D.J. () Adjusting to Peace. In: Britain and the Spanish Anti-Franco Opposition, – Palgrave Macmillan, London. Abstract. There is no denying that the disunity of the Spanish anti-Franco opposition in the s contributed to the longevity of the dictatorship of General Francisco Franco.
2 It would, of course, be a crude misrepresentation to attribute this disunity to fecklessness or, as was sometimes thought at the time, to an inherent flaw in the Spanish character.
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David J. Dunthorn, Britain and the Spanish Anti-Franco Opposition, – (London, ) pp– Ibid. p Report on Spain, Portugal and North Africa (note 13). Richardson letter, 16 January PRO. HS6/ Smyth, ‘Les Chevaliers de Saint-George’ (note 15).
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Rather, the importance of keeping French policy in line with that of the Western Alliance consistently shaped policy towards various Spanish groups. The result was a significant Franco-American-British effort to unite the anti-Franco opposition in Spain – but one that was easily abandoned once it proved impracticable.
In the British government departed from its policy of non-intervention in Spanish affairs and actively encouraged the formation of a united anti-Franco opposition front.
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This book draws on a mass of documentary material to provide a major reinterpretation of British labour's response to the Spanish Civil War. It challenges the view that the labour leadership ' betrayed' the Spanish Republic, and that this polarised the movement along `left' versus 'right' lines.
A German invasion supporting the Spanish dictator was always possible, so before the collapse of Axis, it was necessary for Allies to respect the Spanish neutrality. Sources: 1. David J. Dunthorn, Britain and the Spanish OppositionPalgrave, 2.
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