ITALY: Two Proteges

From Britain and from Austria, two tall, handsome, rich young aristocrats called on their Fascist mentor in Rome the same day last week. Just before Britain's No. 1 Fascist Sir Oswald Mosley set out for Rome he blurted: "For the first time I openly and publicly challenge Jewish interests in this country." Since Benito Mussolini pointedly ignores antiSemitism, this outburst last week earned Sir Oswald his mentor's displeasure.

The visit of Austria's No. 1 Fascist Prince Ernest Rüdiger von Starhemberg, however, last week furnished Mussolini with an opportunity to advertise his opinion that...

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