War: Mutiny

¶ Emperor Haile Selassie ordered 5.000 troops from Addis Ababa to suppress a mutiny in Gojjam, where the rumored death of Ras Hailu, deposed as Governor two years ago, was attributed to His Majesty. The Emperor's spokesmen said Gojjam's mutineers had been duped by Italian propaganda.

¶ Eight native soldiers killed their Italian officer in Libya, escaped over the border to Tunisia, surrendered to the French.

¶ Near Ravenna, Italian recruits mutinously objected to being shipped off to Ethiopia, according to a Rome dispatch followed by a Rome denial.

¶ British soldiers steaming from...

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