Douglas Francis Jerrold (Scarborough 3 August 1893 – 1964) was a British journalist. As editor of The English Review from 1931 to 1935, he was a vocal supporter of fascism in Italy and of Catholic Nationalism in Spain. He was personally involved in the events of July 1936 when two British intelligence agents piloted an aircraft from the Canary Islands to Spanish Morocco, taking General Franco with them, and thereby helped to spark the military coup which ignited the Spanish Civil War.

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  • Douglas Francis Jerrold (Scarborough 3 August 1893 – 1964) was a British journalist. As editor of The English Review from 1931 to 1935, he was a vocal supporter of fascism in Italy and of Catholic Nationalism in Spain. He was personally involved in the events of July 1936 when two British intelligence agents piloted an aircraft from the Canary Islands to Spanish Morocco, taking General Franco with them, and thereby helped to spark the military coup which ignited the Spanish Civil War. (en)
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