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The anti-Francoist movements and the Middle East conflict (1947–57): The portrayal of Israelis and Arabs in the Spanish left-wing press

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The anti-Francoist movements and the Middle East conflict (1947–57): The portrayal of Israelis and Arabs in the Spanish left-wing press
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Journal of Israeli History, June 2019
DOI 10.1080/13531042.2019.1623539
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Dario Migliucci

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