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July 1936

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Bismarck Battleship
Laid down 1 July 1936

Z11 Bernd von Arnim Destroyer
Launched 8 July 1936

On 11 July 1936, Germany and Austria signed an agreement in which Germany promised to respect Austria's sovereignty and Austria agrees to be considered a state of the German people. In a secret clause of this agreement, Austria was to permit the National Socialist Party.

Pretoria Hospital ship
Launched 16 July 1936

Z7 Hermann Schoemann Destroyer
Launched 16 July 1936

On 28 July 1936, First arrival of German and Italian planes in aid of the Nationalist side. In the world's first major military airlift, German and Italian planes transport troops from Morocco to Spain, bypassing the naval blockade.

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The Second Great War.
Edited by Sir John Hamilton

The War Illustrated.
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2194 Days Of War.
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