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Document Title Requests from Madrid for Money to Bribe Spaniards
Reference CAB 301/91
Conflicts Second World War
Themes Intelligence Funding and Finances, Foreign Policy and International Relations
Regions Africa, Atlantic, Europe, Latin America, Mediterranean, North America
Countries Algeria, British Honduras, Canary Islands, England, Germany, Gibraltar, Honduras, Italy, Jamaica, Morocco, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States of America, Wales
Document Type Correspondence
Organisations Foreign Office, United Nations
People Herbert Brittain, Alexander Cadogan, Anthony Eden, Francisco Franco, Adolf Hitler, Samuel Hoare, Peter Loxley, Horace Wilson

Keywords

finances, intelligence funding, secrecy, currencies, Spanish neutrality, predicting enemy intentions, invasion threat, Spanish armed forces, warships, personnel, shipping, evacuation, press reports, neutrality, propaganda, publications, newspapers, German-Spanish relations, airfields, subversion, recruitment, bribery, embassies, diplomacy, Spanish politics, ideology, communism, colonies, empire, guerrilla warfare, Anglo-Spanish relations, contingency planning

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