SPAIN: El Principe de Jazz

Who rouse the shirtless patriots of Spain?


Young, debonair Britons of democratic leanings, such as Edward of Wales, have seldom been popular in Spain, a country where the aristocracy is, and is expected to be, punctilious. Therefore, last week, as Edward of Wales continued his sojourn with the Spanish Royal Family (TIME, May 9), Spanish journalists of the more independent stamp bestowed on him a nickname: El Principe de Jazz— the Jazz Prince. To make the nickname stick they chronicled against H.R.H. the following...

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