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In 11th century to 15th century Gibraltar was a permanent settlement for Arabs and Moroccans. North part of Africa always had an Islamic feelings, where Gibraltar had a strait to connect with the Africa. Mosques and Forts are built in these times. Before Suez Canal, Gibraltar Naval port and dock widely used for EXIM activities. After 15th Century Gibraltar took over by Spain by drawing the boundary lines. Later on 17th Century through Grand Alliance British got the Gibraltar for the piece of work they have done for Austrian king. Britain utilized Gibraltar for trading with Morocco and African countries.
Gibraltar geographical boundaries are with Spain, they tried to get the Gibraltar back. British utilized Gibraltar as a war-fleet, to know the attackers travelling over from Africa, Spain and Portugal. In WWII Adolf Hitler planned to close the trade activities of Britain. Hitler tried to get a help from Franco…

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