YUGOSLAVIA: Swine Judged

There were hot Slavic words in the Skupshtina, Jugoslavia's Parliament in Belgrade. Again, after three years of debate, the Treaty of Nettuno which would permit "peaceful penetration" into Dalmatia by Italian colonists was being fiercely attacked by Stefan Raditch, Croatian leader of the Opposition. Leader Raditch, a gypsy, a lover of freedom, saw in the impending "penetration" the dangerous colonizing hand of Benito Mussolini, whose land is just across the Adriatic from Dalmatia and neighboring Croatia. Croat Raditch shouted in furious, wild speech. Supporting him...

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