Spain and the United States: a cinematic relationship, 1939-1953

Rafael de España

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When the Spanish Civil War ended, the political and ideological atmosphere of Spain changed a lot: for the new regime, democracy and freedom were synonimous with the «decadent and corrupt» republican years. The triumph of Franco's Army was due in great part to the support of Germany and Italy, and this inevitably led to a preponderance of the Fascist ideas represented by the Falange party. In fact, Franco was never a real Fascist, but at this moment he considered unavoidable to adopt a sympathetic attitude towards this ideology.

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