WAR IN SPAIN: 1,000 Miles

In the midst of the Pyrenees only 15 mi. south of the French border lies the town of Jaca, which has been in Rightist hands for the past 15 months. Furiously soldiers were digging in Jaca last week, building pill boxes, establishing munition dumps. After nearly a week's methodical advance, Leftist troops were less than two miles away, and Jaca is a key point on one of the three railroads from France into Spain.

Capture of Jaca would not only give the Leftists control of two of these lines, tremendous advantage should France...

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