Foreign News: 7 Weeks to Go

On the Madrid front last week there was little fighting beyond the customary Rightist shelling of the centre of the city. But there was no loafing on either side. New dugouts were going up, fitted with heat and electric light, drainage ditches were being dug on trench lines and supplies of food and clothing were being rushed into the city. To the east hundreds of workmen were driving spikes and laying rails for two new sections of track to bring Madrid into direct rail connection with Valencia again, for winter was coming on, and...

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