To What Extent did Stalin intervene in the Spanish Civil War in defence of International Socialism?

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Also, when the premier Giral appealed to the Soviet Union on 25th July for help a response was not only never received, but in following weeks foreign diplomats all over Europe reported to their governments that Stalin was trying to avoid all intervention, mainly because he was too afraid of provoking Germany to rush to the aid of democracy...
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Most supporters of Radzinsky’s point are pro-soviet. Dolores Ibarruri, who wrote the official Spanish communist history of the war, asserts that the Soviet people and leadership from the first moment ‘enthusiastically came to the side of the Spanish people’ . Again, there is little evidence to suggest that Stalin came to the side of the Spanish people at all; however, at many factories throughout the major cities of the Soviet Union, workers voted almost unanimously to donate 0...
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