La polìtica de no intervenciòn en la guerra civil espanola

Author/s Enrique Moradiellos
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2009/2
Language Italian Pages 22 P. 155-176 File size 258 KB
DOI 10.3280/MON2009-002004
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The Non-Intervention Policy in the Spanish Civil War - The policy of Non-Intervention agreed by all the Europeans Powers with regards to the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939 was a serious obstacle to the war effort of the Republican Government and it was also very favourable to the Francoist side. Under the cover of the European arms embargo, Germany and Italy supported General Franco’s Insurgent forces from the beginning, while the Western Democracies refused to intervene in the conflict at all. The timely arrival of Soviet help to the Republic was enough to avoid early defeat but not to obtain victory. The consequent system of aids and inhibitions was therefore a vital factor in the course and final outcome of the Spanish struggle.

Key words: Spanish civil war, Non Intervention, 1936-1939, appeasement policy, Italo-German Axis, Soviet collective security.

Parole chiave: guerra civile spagnola, non intervento, 1936-1939, politica di appeasement, Asse italo-germanica, sicurezza collettiva sovietica.

Enrique Moradiellos, La polìtica de no intervenciòn en la guerra civil espanola in "MONDO CONTEMPORANEO" 2/2009, pp 155-176, DOI: 10.3280/MON2009-002004