ITALY: Most Solemn Moment

"This is the highest and most solemn moment of our war," Italy's chief labor newspaper, Lavoro Fascista, said last week. "The time has come to say to our open and hidden enemies that we have never been prouder of being Italians and Fascisti. . . . That goes also for those Italians who are falser than Greek money and, doubly bastardized, who have not the heart to hold out to victory and who are not worthy of it. With them, fortunately, the accounting is near."

In such passages as this, rather than in the censored dispatches of foreign correspondents, could be...

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