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Prime Minister Winston Churchill allegedly bribed Spain to stay out of World War 2. Churchill supposedly authorized a Spanish banker to arrange for millions of pounds in payment to Spanish generals in exchange for them to persuade Franco to stay out of the war.

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Q: How did Britain reportedly keep Spain from actively participating in the Fascist cause in World War 2?
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