Irujo en Londres 1939-1945
JIMÉNEZ DE ABERASTURI CORTA, Juan Carlos (2002) Irujo en Londres 1939-1945. Vasconia. Cuadernos de Historia-Geografía (32). pp. 99-132. ISSN 1136-6834
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At the beginning of the World War, Irujo is in London at the head of a Basque delegation. As a reaction to the possibility that Franco might enter the war on the Nazi side and given the disappearance of Aguirre at the beginning of the German offensive in Europe, Irujo tries to organise a Basque institutional presence abroad with a view to collaborating with the Allies. Thus, he sets up the National Council of Euskadi in July 1940 and maintains contacts with the British authorities and with General de Gaulles Free France. His activities during those years of the World War provokes serious problems and dissensions, and are are condemned by President Aguirre.
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