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The role played by Spain during World War II regarding the Jews has long been a matter of controversy. This volume, first published in Hebrew to wide acclaim seeks to set the record straight. It offers a full and objective account of the rescue of Jewish refugees from Nazi-occupied countries by the Franco regime.

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Front MatterTitle PageCopyrightDedicationCONTENTSACKNOWLEDGMENTSINTRODUCTION1 THE EMANCIPATION AND MODERN ANTI-SEMITISMEQUAL RIGHTS IN SPAINSYMPATHY AND HOSTILITYUNDER THE REPUBLICTHE JEWISH PRESENCELIGHT AND SHADOWS2 SPAIN AT THE START OF WORLD WAR IIFROM GUERNICA TO OPERATION TORCHTHE END OF THE BEGINNINGTHE POTENTIAL FOR RESCUE3 TRANSIT AND PATRONAGEJEWS IN NATIONALIST SPAINSPAIN'S VISA POLICYCONSULAR PROTECTIONAN INTERIM BALANCE SHEET4 SPAIN AS A HAVEN FOR REFUGEJEWISH REFUGEESFUGITIVES FROM ALL NATIONSTHE STATELESSTHE EVACUATIONASYLUM IN SPAIN5 THE RESCUE OF SPANISH NATIONALSGERMAN AND SPANISH POSITIONSREPATRIATION FROM WESTERN EUROPEREPATRIATION FROM SALONIKAREPATRIATION FROM ATHENSTHE SAVING GRACE OF SPANISH NATIONALITY6 DEFENDING JEWS IN THEIR OWN COUNTRIESBULGARIAROMANIAHUNGARYTHE EXTENT OF RESCUE7 FACT AND FANTASYSPAIN'S WORDS AND DEEDSTHE JEWS, THE ALLIES, AND THE RESCUE8 IN THE POST-HOLOCAUST GENERATIONEMANCIPATIONTHE GROWTH OF THE COMMUNITYCONTEMPORARY SPAIN AND THE JEWISH PEOPLEAPPENDIXABBREVIATIONSNOTESINTRODUCTIONBIBLIOGRAPHYINDEXIllustrationsAngel Pulido y Fernandez, “apostle to the Spanish Jews.”Behor Isaac Nahum, rabbi of the Sephardic community in Barcelona, 1930–39.Ignacio Bauer, head of the Madrid Jewish community before World War II.General Emilio Esteban Infantes, commander of the División Azul, accepting the Iron Cross from Adolf Hitler,Capuchin Father Pierre Marie-Benoît, rescuer of the Jews of Marseille.Bernardo Rolland, consul general in Nazi-occupied Paris,Samuel Sequerra, representative of the AJDC in Spain,Joseph Croustillon in Spain posing with children rescued by the Armée Juive.Yitzhak Weissman, representative of the World Jewish Congress in Lisbon, 1941–45.The old synagogue in Madrid dedicated at the Calle de Pizarro in 1958.The new synagogue in Madrid dedicated at the Calle de Balmes in 1968.Unveiling of the monument to Maimonides at Córdoba, June 7, 1964. (Instituto Anas Montano)Members of theArmistad Judeo-Cristiana praying in the Church of Santa Rita, Madrid, February 28, 1967.
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