Hitler And Franco Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Hitler And Franco
Contends that Hitler's continued relationship with Franco was beneficial to Nazi Germany objectives.
# 24891 | 2,700 words | 10 sources | 2002 | US


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Contends that Hitler's continued relationship with Franco was beneficial to Nazi Germany objectives. Discusses the relationship as based on a mutual desire for political power, financial prosperity and land acquisition. Hitler's role in the Spanish Civil War. Franco & "neutral" Spain aiding Hitler in World War II. Quest for power of both men.

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"Adolph Hitler and General Francisco Franco were very much alike, according to author Gabrielle Ashford Hodges, in that their “access to unprecedented military, civil, and legal power enables them to impose the tyranny of play-ground politics upon entire nations” (52). The relationship between Hitler and Franco appears to have been largely based on a mutual desire for political power, financial prosperity, and the acquisition of strategically placed lands. Often nations who are torn as to which side to support in times of war will side with the enemies of their enemies (Tyree A17). Hitler helped Franco and his right-wing forces defeat Spain’s Popular Front army to win the Spanish civil war in April 1939, and Franco unofficially helped Nazi Germany during World War II (Bowen). Hitler had created ..."

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