|Title:||Spanish-German military collaboration during the Spanish non-belligerency: German advice for the defence of the Canary Islands in November 1942||Authors:||Díaz Benítez, Juan José||UNESCO Clasification:||55 Historia||Keywords:||Canary Islands
Second World War
|Issue Date:||2016||Journal:||War in History||Abstract:||The goal of this article is to study one of the lesser known questions of the Spanish approach to the Axis during the Second World War: German assistance in the defence of the Canary Islands against an Allied attack. To accomplish this objective, a German officer's visit to these islands to improve their defence after the Anglo-Canadian landing at Dieppe is analysed. The visit proves the maintenance of Spanish-German collaboration at the end of 1942. The report submitted by the officer influenced the reorganization of the defence of the islands in 1943.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/42128||ISSN:||0968-3445||DOI:||10.1177/0968344515588143||Source:||War in History[ISSN 0968-3445],v. 23, p. 362-381|
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