In Spain last week the Leftist Army was estimated at 600,000 (including 10,000 non-Spanish), the Rightist Army at some 400,000 (including 50,000 non-Spanish whites, 30,000 Moors). Each side was busy with widely separated, half-hearted and ineffective offensives at the Leftist-held Ebro River salient and at Rightist-held Cordoba, but the bogged-down Spanish war made a spurt of news when at Geneva the League was suddenly told by Leftist Premier Dr. Juan Negrin that he will speed up and continue his recent evacuations of foreign volunteers from Leftist Spain until not a single...

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