ITALY: Peace in Libya

With a flourish worthy of Scipio Africanus, Pietro Badoglio, Marshal of Italy and Governor of the colonies of Tripolitania and Cyrenaica (now known as Italian Libya), reported to II Duce last week that 20 years of warfare were at an end. "Completely and definitely" had the rebellion there been quashed and once more peace reigned in Libya.

Italy's troubles in North Africa started in 1911 when, to forestall the territorial hopes of Germany and France, she declared war on Turkey and seized the province of Tripoli. The Turks were easily dispatched but...

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