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De la Guerra Civil al exilio: Los republicanos españoles y by Abdon Mateos

By Abdon Mateos

L. a. república mexicana fue los angeles nación que tuvo una más leal solidaridad ideológica aunque no tuviera l. a. capacidad de ayuda de l. a. URSS con los angeles causa de los republicanos españoles, tanto durante l. a. Guerra Civil como tras l. a. derrota, con los varios cientos de miles de refugiados. l. a. política de ayuda a l. a. España republicana de Lá

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69 Suárez López, 53. 70 Zugazagoitia a Marcelino Pascua, París, 16-V-1939, Fondo Marcelino Pascua 2/16, Diversos, Archivo Histórico Nacional (Madrid). 58 Abdón Mateos Este desencuentro era algo generalizado pues los dirigentes principales del Frente Popular habían buscado, mientras pudieron, otros países de refugio. Incluso el «embajador oficioso» en México de los republicanos españoles, Indalecio Prieto, anhelaba el regreso a Europa o, incluso, destinos como Argentina: Con todas las incertidumbres, con todas las penalidades, con todas las angustias que su estancia en la Argentina le ocasione, no se mueva de ahí.

Por ejemplo, el miembro de las juventudes socialistas, Eulalio Ferrer, llegado en la expedición destinada a Coatzacoalcos en el verano de 1940, se sorprendía de que «a pesar de ser una república que apenas hace 30 años vivió una revolución social, no ha dejado de ser un país de contrastes, donde se nota tanta miseria y tanta opulencia a la vez» añadiendo que, según una confidencia de un cantinero asturiano, …los políticos que frecuentan su establecimiento son todo lo contrario de un proyecto de revolución social.

14 Vayo a Calles, Madrid, 30-IX-1932, Archivo Plutarco Elías Calles, México. 15 Vayo a Exteriores, 8-VII-1932. Archivo Embajada española, caja 36. 34 Abdón Mateos vizar diversos incidentes de la comunidad española provocados por la hispanofobia popular y la posición social de los gachupines. El embajador socialista y el jefe máximo mexicano compartían la idea de que la revolución española no había hecho sino comenzar. Mientras que Vayo decía que resultaba peligrosa una «actitud revolucionaria demasiado legalista», Don Plutarco creía: Es el momento oportuno de dar una fuerte acometida a la reacción y a los elementos tibios y marcar de una vez por todas las firmes tendencias radicales del movimiento español.

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