Concordat Prison

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The Concordat Prison (in Spanish, Cárcel Concordatoria) refers to the prison that the Francisco Franco regime in Spain operated for dissident Catholic priests. It was located in Zamora.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nicola Rooney, A PRISON FOR PRIESTS IN A CATHOLIC STATE: THE “CÁRCEL CONCORDATORIA” IN ZAMORA DURING THE FRANCO DICTATORSHIP, Trinity College Dublin Journal of Postgraduate Research, Volume 5, 2006, http://www.gsu.tcd.ie/JPR/2005-2006/Nicola%20Rooney%20JPR%20Vol%205%202006.pdf[permanent dead link]


Coordinates: 41°30′06″N 5°46′26″W / 41.5016°N 5.7738°W / 41.5016; -5.7738