SPAIN: Moroccan Affairs

Spanish troops in Morocco occupied themselves last week with the task of strengthening their grip upon Ajdir, onetime capital of Abd-el-Krim, and consolidating Spanish positions which now dominate practically the whole vicinity.

In Madrid, General Primo de Rivera was felicitated at the War Ministry by 20,000 admirers, upon his success in capturing Ajdir. Said he: "The Spanish Army has now wiped out the debt to itself incurred in a former generation's unhappy Cuban War" [i. e., the Spanish-American struggle].


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