ITALY: Anti-Croat

A short time ago France and Jugoslavia solemnly signed a treaty of military alliance. For Jugoslavs it was a guarantee against aggression by Italy. Much relieved, they gave vent to open anti-Italian agitation. Long and loud were the cries that the treaty had "put Italy in her place" and had "shattered Mussolini's aggressive aims in the Balkans."

Last week the answer came from the other side of the Adriatic. In Rome, Naples, Padua; in Florence, Milan, Turin; in Bologna, Venice, Trieste and in many another city "Down with France!" and "Down with Jugoslavia!" resounded. In Rome...

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