SPAIN: Discouraged Celts

The armies of Generalissimo Francisco Franco contain approximately 100,000 volunteer Moors, Italians, Germans. Until last week there was also on his rolls another group of 1,400 men, hailed by neutral observers as the only group of honest volunteers among all the foreigners on the Rightist side: the Irish Brigade of General Owen O'Duffy.

A frustrated Irish Fascist. General O'Duffy was once a rural architect, joined the Irish Republican Army in 1917. Later he opposed Eamon de Valera with a blue-shirted Fascist army of his own (TIME, Oct. 16, 1933 et seq.), had recently...

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