International Naval Cooperation during the Spanish Civil War

Siegel, Adam B.
October 2001
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Autumn2001, Issue 29, p82
Examines the international naval cooperation during the Spanish Civil War. Significance of the civil war on the world peace; Spanish military leadership's attempt to overthrow the left-wing Republican government; Countries involved in the evacuation operations; Professional courtesies involved in naval services cooperation.


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