Foreign News: War Won, ''Franco Crushed

Last week Rightist troops were able to bite off 170 more square miles of Leftist territory, and Leftists in turn nibbled away three square miles from the Right. The Left advance was in the vague, poorly held line northwest of Cordoba in the south, while the Rightist bite, close to the Pyrenees near Jaca, included a rich plum, the strategically important San Pedro Hill, one of the key points in the long delayed, highly advertised Rightist offensive on the Aragon front that was to end the war before winter.

The days clicked off, winter...

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