Foreign News Notes, Nov. 26, 1923

On King Victor's birthday, Signor Benito Mussolini, Italian Premier, distributed the Medal of Italian Unity to some ex-service men in Rome. Said he to them: " If not in my capacity as head of the Government, certainly as an Italian and a Fascist, I believe it is my duty to declare that Italian unity is not yet complete. The medal, therefore, relates to that unity which was reached after the victory at Vittorio Veneto."*

Il Corriere della Sera, Milanese journal, has had a hard row to hoe since Fascism came into vogue. Although it has...

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