ITALY: Flume

The Mussolini Government informed the YugoSlavian delegation in Rome that unless they came to terms on the problems connected! with the Port of Fiume,* Italy would1 reserve her " full liberty of action." The Treaty of London (1915) promised Italy a large area of continental Dalmatia. After the War there arose a conflict of interest between Yugo-Slavia and Italy. Yugo-Slavia wanted the Dalmatian coast and Italy was left in a quandary as to whether she would hold out for her rights under the Treaty of London or accept the Port of Fiume, which...

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