ITALY: A Bluff Called ?

The dispute between Italy and Yugo-Slavia over Fiume— (TIME, Sept. 3, Sept. 17) varied in ratio last week to the temperature of the respective national temperaments.

Premier Mussolini had given the Belgrade Government until Sept. 15 to ratify an agreement reached by the Italo-Yugo-Slavian Commission on Fiume, whereby the political and administrative Government of Fiume is entrusted to Italy, Sussak and Porto Barros to Yugo-Slavia, with the proviso that both places are attached to Fiume for 99 years; the Free State to be governed by a mixed supreme...

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