FRANCE: Gentlemen of the Press

In woods near Bagnoles-de-1'Orne, French gendarmes stumbled last week on two dead Italians whose throats had been slashed, whose bodies were riddled with bullets. Investigation had scarcely begun when inspectors of the Sûreté Nationale (Scotland Yard) suddenly stepped in and took charge of the case. For the dead men were no mere murdered tourists but the famed exiled Italian anti-Fascist Brothers Carlo & Nello Roselli. For years in Paris they have published Giustizia e Libertá, organ of fugitive Italian liberals. To the Sûreté their killing had all the earmarks of a...

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