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Egwyddor a Phropoganda: Cyfundrefn Franco a Chôr y Rhos / Sian Edwards

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Swansea University Author: Sian, Edwards

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This article discusses a visit by Cor Rhos, a Welsh Male-voice choir to Franco's Spain as guests of the regime's department in charge of 'Education and Leisure'. The article explores how this visit provides an early illustration of changes in Franco's foreign policy towards...

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Published in: Gwerddon
ISSN: 1741-4261
Published: 2013
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