SPAIN: 125 Days

Madrid's tallest so-called skyscraper, the 14-story, U. S.-owned International Telephone & Telegraph Corp. building, received three of the famed German superincendiary thermite bombs on its roof last week, but after sizzling according to specifications "with a heat greater than that of molten iron," they finally sizzled out without setting fire. Downstairs the tall, sleek president of I. T. & T., Lieut.-Colonel Sosthenes Behn, an acquaintance of absent Alfonso XIII, remained very much present in Madrid, where he has chosen to stay during the whole of Spain's present civil war. Scores of panic-stricken Madrid...

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