SPAIN: Again, Kleber

In the past month, Spain's civil war has briskly emerged from spring torpor. Once again Rightist shells screamed over Madrid in bombardments lasting several hours each week—and one night of shelling was the worst Madrid had suffered in seven months. Once again the Leftists launched counteroffensives of some consequence, and the one against Rightist positions in Huesca was still battering away last week. Anarchists at last had a Spanish war legend worthy of the highest traditions of Anarchism. They insist that the death of Rightist General Emilio Mola in an airplane crash...

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