Foreign News: The Record

The Rome radio called Fascismo a bygone thing. Premier Pietro Badoglio said nothing. But in the past he had spoken thus:

> In 1936, to French Journalist André Rabache: "What you [French] want is one man, one lone man, respected and paternal, who will canalize and coordinate your energies and harness them to the immense task already undertaken by Hitler and Mussolini."

> In 1937, in his book The War in Abyssinia: "The Fascist Nation . . . has understood and followed the course of the war with passion and faith. [The Fascist...

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