Spain and Portugal on the threshold of success

United States, 1966

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Shows the geographic features, natural resources, and strategic location of Spain and Portugal; investigates their struggle to become modern industrial nations. Explains variations in types of agriculture because of differences in rainfall. Describes such industrial centres as Lisbon, Oporto, Madrid and Barcelona. Discusses the problems of the farmers of the Meseta region. Shows scenes of Jerez de Frontera, Bilboa, Valencia and Seville.


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McGraw-Hill Films

Centrol Corporation







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