WAR IN SPAIN: Something New . . . Different

"Something New . . . Different"

Spanish brown bears, frightened by the clash of Rightist and Leftist forces among the crags of the Pyrenees, came loping in large numbers over the frontier into France last week. Another refugee from North Leftist Spain was the Socialist who built its People's Army, famed Indalecio Prieto. Traveling by car with two women of his family and a secretary, Socialist Prieto said shortly to correspondents at the frontier: "Yes, we are driving up to Paris, but I have no mission."

In Barcelona, which had already gone...

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