3 edition of United States-Spanish relations, wolfram and World War II found in the catalog.
United States-Spanish relations, wolfram and World War II
James W. Cortada
Bibliography: p. -126.
|Statement||by James W. Cortada.|
|LC Classifications||HF1456.5.S63 C65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||74158707|
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Nunez The Spanish-American War. Blocades and Coast Defence, Washingtonpp. ) The book says nothing about common people in Spain. It seems, that as military officers were against the war, they were forced to act by politicians. Hunting Nazis in Franco's Spain. Louisiana State University Press, Foreign Relations of the United States, (Washington, DC: James W.
Cortada, United States–Spanish Relations, Wolfram and World War II (Barcelona: Manuel Pareja, ), 22–23, Collado Seidel, “España y los agentes alemanes,” Cited by: 1. Spain during World War II For the United States, United Kingdom, and especially the Soviet Union, however, this was a case of too little, too late, and Spain would remain internationally isolated until the early s So what can we conclude about Spanish involvement in the Second World War?The U.S.
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United States–Spanish Relations, Wolfram and World War II. Barcelona: Manuel Pareja, Dunthorn, David J. Britain and the Spanish Anti-Franco Opposition, –Cited by: 1.List of United States battles in the Spanish-American War, listed alphabetically with photos, ebook, and maps when possible.
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