The illegal emigration of Spaniards and Portuguese to the Europe of the "glorious thirties" and the comparison with the case of the Italians

Author/s Sandro Rinauro
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2020/84
Language Italian Pages 25 P. 77-101 File size 149 KB
DOI 10.3280/SPC2020084005
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Most of the labor emigration from southern Europe to central and west Europe between 1945 and 1975 took place illegally, however the dimension of illegality was different depending on the country of destination and the country of origin. The restrictive migration policies of Franco’s Spain and of the Portugal of Salazar and Caetano led their respective citizens to resort to illegal exodus to a greater extent than in the case of Italians. The greater degree of integration of Italy in international relations has allowed it to achieve greater application of the rules of legal expatriation compared to the two Iberian nations.

Sandro Rinauro, L’emigrazione illegale di spagnoli e portoghesi nell’Europa dei "trenta gloriosi" e il confronto con il caso degli italiani in "STORIA E PROBLEMI CONTEMPORANEI" 84/2020, pp 77-101, DOI: 10.3280/SPC2020084005