Paris, Vicente Blasco Ibanez, Spanish novelist, published his much
advertised attack upon the King of Spain (TIME, Oct. 20). In a pamphlet
entitled Alfonso Unmasked, Ibanez accused the King of remaining "a
precocious child, without becoming a man," of being lightheaded, a
German spy during the War, the sole cause of the Moroccan disaster of
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