In the Shadow of the Holocaust and the Inquisition: Israel's by Raanan Rein

By Raanan Rein

this can be an research of the explanations for the failure of all efforts to set up diplomatic kin among Israel and Francoist Spain from the overdue Forties to the mid-1970s. It uncovers the political discussions and the diplomatic strikes of every country.

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