ITALY: B for Balkans

Three tentacles of Italian statecraft linked Rome, last week, with the three "B" capitals of Eastern Europe. ¶ "B" stood for Belgrade. There the Jugoslavian Government was reminded of Italian enmity, last week, by tidings that the newspapers of Rome, ever subservient to Dictator Benito Mussolini, were por-tentiously in frenzy over a Jugoslavian pamphlet entitled, What Every Jugoslavian Soldier Ought To Know.

II Giornale d' Italia, blatant Fascist organ, charged that the pamphlet is of "almost official" character and is being distributed to all Jugoslav soldiers and sailors. Pamphlet excerpts:

"Our external enemies...

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