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Bosques' War: How a Mexican Diplomat Saved 40,000 from the Nazis (and Maybe Prevented World War III) - Richard Grabman

Nearly unknown, even in Mexico, Bosques outwitted Spanish fascists, the Gestapo and even Japanese spies as he successfully whisked tens of thousands-Spanish Republicans, entire Jewish communities, British agents, Resistance leaders and many others-from certain death in Nazi Occupied Vichy France. Casablanca was only a Hollywood version of one very small piece of a complex dangerous operation largely organized and run by Bosques from his Mexican consular office. Bosques-who would later play an essential role in defusing the Cuban Missile Crisis-was interviewed about his diplomatic career when he was approaching his 100th birthday, provided here in English translation for the first time.

Author: Grabman, Richard
Publisher: Editorial Mazatlan
Illustration: N
Language: ENG
Title: Bosques' War: How a Mexican Diplomat Saved 40,000 from the Nazis (and Maybe Prevented World War III)
Pages: 00000 (Encrypted PDF)
On Sale: 2011-11-18
SKU-13/ISBN: 9781937799090
Category: Biography & Autobiography : Political
Category: History : Latin America - Mexico
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