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In the early postwar years Norway was among the most active in the campaign against Franco's Spain, supporting the policy of keeping Spain out of the UN, and pushing for UN members to break off diplomatic relations with Spain. Within a few years the policy of ostracism was seen to fail as it appeared to strengthen rather than weaken the Franco regime. Spain was then gradually allowed into the warmth. Until the early 1950s Norway's retreat from its 1946 position was very reluctant, and it was indoi:10.3989/chdj.2018.008 fatcat:4436asx7cneuvjmbcbt7fblupu