Spaniards and Nazi Germany: Collaboration in the New Order
University of Missouri Press, 2000 - 250 էջ
Only the indecisiveness of Spanish dictator Franco and diplomatic mistakes by the Nazis, argues Bowed (history, Ouachita Baptist U., Arkadelphia, Arkansas) prevented the Nazi supporters in the Spanish fascist party from bringing Spain into World War II on the side of the Axis. Still, he points out, Spaniards helped Germany by serving in its armies, working in its factories, and promoting its ideas to other nations. The study began as a doctoral dissertation for Northwestern University. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR
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Էջ 9 - In many respects the period between the end of World War I and the end of World War II was one of sharp discontinuities.
Էջ 233 - I was a student in Berlin. Those were the initial years of the National Socialist regime, when here [in Spain] and in France the Popular Front was incubating. A great sensation of purity, novelty, revolution, and the disappearance of filth was felt in the Berlin of those times! I had taken casual notice in Paris of the lives of some Marxist and Radical deputies and personalities, and consoled myself that I was far from this 4.