TURKEY: Attack

A cloud of censorship hangs over the view of Turkey. . . .

A rift: The Grand National Assembly at Angora extended for a month martial law declared in the vilayets occupied by the rebellious Kurds (TIME, Mar. 9, 16). The General Staff of the Army warned the inhabitants against aiding in any manner whatsoever the revolt against the authority of the republican government. The clouds grew dense. . . .

Another rift: Three days after, the Turkish Army moved against the Kurds, who were occupying the fastnesses of the hills to the...

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