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Furthermore, a Hungarian immigrant, Francisco de Marosy Ferenc Marosy , led an officious legation of his country in Madrid, an institution that should play an exceptional role during the events of Budapest Marosy had been before that the representative of the Hungarian Crown in Helsinki and was close to the Habsburg dynasty. He was holding his position in Finland when the diplomatic relations were officially suspended between Madrid and Budapest on 25 April , and then he opted for Spain Playing the role of a bridge between Hungary and the Iberian Peninsula for many years, Marosy was also very active in welcoming the exiled monarchists from his country.
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From October on, important humanitarian helps were deployed by Spain for those who fled the fights in Hungary many of them had crossed the Austrian border as well as for those who had not be able to leave the country. Madrid decided to send flour, rice, clothing, medicines and everyday items in order to meet the immediate needs of the most affected people However, many Hungarian organisations abroad considered that only Spain might go further and invest herself militarily into the conflict without risking to negate the status quo of the Cold War. The opportunity was almost perfect for the Francoist regime that saw in the Hungarian uprising the way for Spain, as spearhead against communism, to get back a reputation that she had totally lost with the nationalist victory at the end of the Civil War Most widely held works by Michael Seidman.
Republic of egos : a social history of the Spanish Civil War by Michael Seidman 25 editions published between and in English and Spanish and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide. The victorious counterrevolution : the nationalist effort in the Spanish Civil War by Michael Seidman 13 editions published between and in English and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide This groundbreaking history of the Spanish Civil War examines how General Francisco Franco and his Nationalist forces managed the Spanish economy and gained support from elites and middle-class Spaniards to achieve their eventual victory over Spanish Republicans and the revolutionary left.
The imaginary revolution : Parisian students and workers in by Michael Seidman 16 editions published between and in English and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide "The events of have been seen as a decisive turning point in the Western world of even mythical significance.
The author takes a critical look at the conclusion that "May " was remarkable not because of the actual transformations it produced but rather by virtue of the revolutionary power that much of the media and most scholars have attributed to it and which turned it into a symbol of a youthful, renewed, and freer society in France and beyond. Transatlantic antifascisms : from the Spanish Civil War to the end of World War II by Michael Seidman Book 16 editions published between and in English and Spanish and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Antifascism has received little attention compared to its enemy.
No historian or social scientist has previously attempted to define its nature and history -- yet antifascism became perhaps the most powerful ideology of the twentieth century.
He shows how two types of antifascism -- revolutionary and counterrevolutionary -- developed from to And Seidman proffers some curious counterfactual speculation. Related Papers.
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