ITALY: Rickett Lashed

With a section of London's Press busily encouraging Italians to rise against Benito Mussolini and insisting that Italy's Royal Family is opposed to the Ethiopian campaign (TIME, Sept. 30), King Vittorio Emanuele's cousin the Duke of Bergamo sailed this week for war service and the latter's brother the Duke of Pistoia volunteered. Meanwhile the Englishman to whom Ethiopia's Emperor granted a vast concession intended for "Standard Oil'' (TIME, Sept. 9 et seq.) was lashed last week in a most unusual dispatch from London by the New York Times's leading correspondent, Frederick...

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