By Michael Alpert (auth.)
Michael Alpert's research of the Spanish Civil battle is devoted to the foreign elements of the clash, and covers the total period, environment the motion in Spain opposed to significant occasions through the global of the Nineteen Thirties. because the first variation of this ebook new archival fabric has develop into on hand and this totally revised variation contains the most recent learn at the Spanish Civil battle. This contextual method of the Spanish Civil warfare bargains insights into the learn of this conflict.
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Luccardi ca bled again on the next day and agai n on 24 luly. On 23luly the Italian ambassador in Paris. Cerutti. had wired the news of the French decision to help the Spanish Government. On 24 July, Ciano ca bled Tangiers to ask for more precise informa tion abou t the situation and again to discover if the airfield at Melilla, at the eastern end of Spanis h Morocco. was in rebel hands. Th is is an indication that Ciano was still ready to try to persuade Mussolini to help Franco. The Italian officials in Tangiers answered on 25 lul y.
For aid for the coup planned for August under General Sanjurjo. He was prom ised 200 machine-guns. Sanjurjo' s coup was a failure and the anns never arri ved. Another pac t was signed on 30 March 1934 between Italy and repr ese nta tives of Spanish Monarc hists. The detail s were discovered at the beginning of the Civil War in the ho use of one of the sig nato ries, Antonio Goicoecbea. and widely publicised as ev ide nce of Italia n responsibility in starti ng the war. Mar shal Bal bo had offered the Monarchists rifles, machine-guns and gre nades.
There were some attempts by Spanish Republican warships to blockade rebel-held harbours. One or two Gennan ships had to discharge their cargoe s in Lisbon, whence they were forwarded to Franco' s forces by the good office s of the Portuguese ruler Oliveira Salazar. The Usaramo arrived off Cadiz very early on 6 August There was a powerful German naval presence in the area, ostensibly to protect German property and lives. However, a Spanish Government destroyer spotted the Usaramo and fired on it, without scoring any hits.
A New International History of the Spanish Civil War by Michael Alpert (auth.)