WAR IN SPAIN: Teruel Nipped

In blinding snow & wind that sometimes reached a velocity of 50 miles an hour the Spanish war suddenly burst into action last week at Teruel, tip of the long Rightist finger which points down from Aragon at Leftist Valencia. While the world awaited a Rightist drive, Leftist troops under General Sebastian Pozas took the offensive. Surging forward through a blizzard in a surprise attack, the Leftists avoided a frontal assault on Teruel itself, heavily fortified by the Rightists for over a year. Instead they sent from north & south two columns...

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