BULGARIA: Atrocities

Despatches from Sofia announced the murder of Danoso Tzankov, brother of the Bulgarian Premier, Alexander Tzankov. The two Tzankovs are known to have been estranged, and Alexander's reputation for ruthlessness was recalled. Danoso was "shot while walking in the street with his wife"; his murderer is said to be "unidentified"; and the object of the crime, "unestablished."

It was reported that in the sectors of Bulgarian territory evacuated by the Greeks, last week (see GREECE) there had been "no atrocities." Late cables asserted that "only one untrustworthy woman" had claimed to have...

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