SPAIN: Moroccan War: Sep. 10, 1923

Spanish aeroplanes bombarded rebel strongholds in the rear of Alhucemas Bay. Two machines were brought down inside the Spanish lines. Captain France, Spanish ace, was severely wounded.

King Alfonso pardoned the ringleader of the recent Malaga Mutiny. "The King's action has created a very favorable impression throughout Spain." The man, name unpublished, had been sentenced to death by a military court martial.

A general strike was proclaimed at Corufia in Spain as a protest against the war in Morocco. All stores were closed, tramways suspended service. To prevent disorders, police and civil guards...

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