GREECE: Mere Murder

Forty miles southeast of Addis Ababa at Mojjo last week a Greek named Yani Tchanokos said in the hearing of Ethiopians, "It would be a fine thing if the Italians did conquer this country."

When word was flashed to Athens that the indiscreet Greek was straightway murdered and that his home was in Crete, no attention was paid by Greek Royalist Dictator Kondylis (see p. 21). The Greek island of Crete is notoriously a hotbed of Republicans.


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