'A swastika on Bidasoa' is a documentary directed by Alfonso Andres and Javier Barajas is the advance of German troops on Spanish soil. The documentary takes us to the year 1940, during the Second World War in the French town of Hendaye, located on the border with the Basque Country and who had just been defeated by the Germans. Hitler's troops, once they have conquered the area, moving to Bidasoa River, which crosses the provinces of Guipuzcoa and Navarre. From then until 1944, the area will serve the rest German soldiers.
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