Foreign News: A Bar of Chocolate

A quick way for newspaper readers to follow the fortunes of Spain's war is to note on which side correspondents are allowed near the front, for neither Rightists nor Leftists like to let the press come near when they are losing. But last week's end Rightist chances in the Battle of Teruel were bright enough for them to allow five carloads of correspondents to approach the firing line.

As the press cars reached the little village of Caude, five miles northwest of Teruel, they stopped for one which had lagged behind. Cigarets were lit....

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