Spanish Government in Exile (1945-1946): Collapse of the Anti-Francoist Project

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  • Authors: Sagomonyan AA.1
  • Affiliations:
    1. Moscow State Linguistic University
  • Issue: No 1 (2011)
  • Pages: 20-35
  • Section: Articles
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  • Retraction date: 02.04.2019
  • Retraction reasons description:

    The reason for the article retraction is redundant article titled "Spanish emigration and UN in 1945-46". Journal of Moscow State Linguistic University, 2011, Vol 608. This article has been retracted (i.e. withdrawn from the press) by the editor (Minutes of Meeting of the editorial board of the Journal №1 held on 8 February, 2019) with permission of the publisher. 

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The article discusses the history of the Spanish government in exile formed in 1945 by politicians of the Second Spanish Republic which was defeated in the Civil War (1936-1939). After the end of the World War II a significant part of the Spanish emigration attempted to eliminate the Franco dictatorship through the support of the Great Powers as well as through the newly established United Nations. However, the divisions in emigrant political circles were insurmountable, the newly-formed government had little support, and its collapse was inevitable.

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A Arturovich Sagomonyan

Moscow State Linguistic University

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Кафедра теории и истории международных отношений; Московский государственный лингвистический университет; Moscow State Linguistic University


Copyright (c) 2011 Сагомонян А.А.

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