Adolf Hitler and Francisco Franco, Hendaye train station, France, 23 Oct 1940, photo 2 of 2

Caption   Adolf Hitler and Francisco Franco, Hendaye train station, France, 23 Oct 1940, photo 2 of 2 ww2dbase
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Photos on Same Day 23 Oct 1940
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 28 Sep 2009

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
20 Jun 2011 03:38:35 PM

THE FUHRER EVEN GAVE FRANCO THE RED CARPIT TREATMENT: But Franco beat Hitler at his own game, and kept Spain out of WWII, and milked the Germans for whatever he could get. Franco's meeting with Hitler, was talk the talk, but don't walk the walk! the fallout, Hitler would rather go to the dentist, then meet with Franco again...

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