WAR IN SPAIN: Reprieve

In every war on every side, there are two kinds of court martial. When a traitor or foreign agent of real importance has been caught he is tried briefly and behind closed doors and then taken out and quietly shot.

Valuable psychologically, is another type of court martial in which a minor offender whose guilt is unquestionable, or one whose arrest brings important foreign repercussions, is brought to trial in a full blaze of publicity complete with defense attorneys and sheafs of copy paper in the press box, to show that justice and...

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