ITALY: Retreat to Games

Back from the Austrian frontier last week Benito Mussolini withdrew the 50,000 troops, the tanks and field guns that he sent to prevent an Austrian Nazi Putsch after the murder of Engelbert Dollfuss (TIME, Aug. 6). Prince Ernst von Starhemberg, Austrian Vice Chancellor, had just reported in Rome to Il Duce that Austria is now quiet. This week the new Austrian Chancellor, Dr. Kurt Schuschnigg, is due in Italy to attend the annual war games as Premier Mussolini's guest. Last week the Italian troops which marched away...

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