Compare the roles of the army, the church and the syndicates (or unions) in Spain and Portugal during their respective dictatorships
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Spain and Portugal have always shared a similar history, especially during the 19th century.
Soon after the First World War, both Spain and Portugal had a violent and long revolution followed by a right-wing dictatorship.
Many are the similarities between the two dictators and their policy.
A strong institution in both countries was the army.
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