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Escape via Berlin : eluding Franco in Hitler's Europe /
José Antonio de Aguirre ; introduction and annotations by Robert P. Clark.
Reno : University of Nevada Press, c1991.
391 p. : port., map ; 24 cm.
0874171679 (cloth ed. : acid-free paper) :
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Reno : University of Nevada Press, c1991.
0874171679 (cloth ed. : acid-free paper) :
general note
Reprint, with new introd. and annotations. Originally published: New York : Macmillan, 1944.
Translation of: De Guernica a Nueva York pasando por Berlín.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [377]-391).
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University Press Book News, December 1991
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Jose Antonio de Aguirre was president of the Basque Republic during its brief and tragic history but was forced into exile when the Nationalists overran his fledgling country and the German invasion caught him between Franco and Hitler. More than a mere adventure tale, his story is one of survival. This annotated edition of Aguirre's story, published nearly 50 years after the book first appeared, attests to the timeliness and foresight of his message.

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