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People: M. Zulueta
Locations: Madrid, Goma, Rome

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The Holy See and Spain

The question of the Vatican's recognition of the belligerents in Spain has once again been raised.

It is understood that the position is at present as follows:

The Marquis de Magas, who presented himself at the Vatican in the name of General Franco, is considered as a semiofficial charge d'affaires for the Nationalist side, just as Cardinal Goma is recognised as the provisional representative of the Vatican in Nationalist Spain. M. Zulueta, who was appointed Ambassador to the Holy See before the conflict, is still considered by the Vatican to be Madrid's regular representative, even though he himself is absent through having been forced to leave Rome.




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