Ten to One in Morocco

Last week the plump sausage-shaped area defended by Abd-el-Krim was severely French-fried on its convex southern exposure. Early in the week French confidence and enthusiasm, in both Paris and Morocco, reached extraordinary heights.

It was rumored that Maréchal Pétain, copying the strategy employed by Foch in his final drive against the Germans in 1918, had been concentrating his forces first at one point and then at another, and was now about to consolidate the points of vantage in a final drive upon the heights of Bribane, which...

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