War: Mutiny?

Stories of restiveness verging on mutiny aboard British ships sent into the Mediterranean to intimidate Il Duce have several times been carried by Italian papers, generally ignored as "Mussolini whistling to keep his people's courage up."

Last week London's "Augur." a respected news-pundit so close to His Majesty's Government that irate Italians have called him "the British Agent Augur" wrote off his own bat essentially what Il Duce has been whistling, served up the incipient mutiny of British tars in the Mediterranean to the British public as one reason for Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin's...

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