Italian Intervention in the Spanish Civil War

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Italian Intervention in the Spanish Civil War

By John F. Coverdale
Princeton University Press, 1976
455 pp. $18.50

A judicious, well-written study of a controversial subject, based largely on materials in Italian and Spanish archives. The author argues that Italy's intervention was motivated less by ideological affinities or domestic pressures than by traditional foreign policy considerations, and he concludes that intervention was an "essential element" in Franco's victory.

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