PORTUGAL: Liquidated in Blood

Tight as a cocklebur Dictator-President Antonio Oscar de Fragoso Carmona stuck to the saddle of the restless Republic of Portugal last week, a saddle in which he has ridden for the past five years.

For the 23rd time since King Manoel was driven from his throne in 1910, revolution flared. The igniting spark was the removal from office of Minister of War Col. Schiappa de Azevedo. who had refused to sign deportation orders against the army officers accused of participating in the last Portuguese revolution, the ruckus in April...

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