Foreign News: Marty's Mutiny

Recently a weary crew of French soldiers, repatriated from Spain, paraded from a Paris railroad station to the Bastille. At their head was a stocky, popeyed member of the Chamber of Deputies, André Marty, who had been away in Spain most of the last two years fighting with Leftist International Brigades.

After the parade, Marty resumed his seat in the Chamber, expected to resume his post on the Chamber's Army Committee. But last week a petition with 50 signatures was produced which denied him the Committee post. Deputy Marty's military record, not in...

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