Foreign News: Shadow Boxing

A bloody Rightist attack west of Toledo beaten off, and another that captured several hundred yards of dugouts and trenches on the Aragon front near Olivan, were the only actions of importance on the ground last week. No qualified observers would admit that the winter's stalemate for which all Spanish noncombatants were devoutly praying, had yet set in.

Shelling of Madrid, resumed fortnight ago after a six weeks' respite, continued heavy, an apparent prelude to another attack on the city. Bombers and pursuit planes of both sides were busy raiding concentration points, troop...

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