WAR IN SPAIN: Behind the Lines

Some 1,500 grim-faced prisoners in the Rightists' San Cristóbal fortress at Pamplona, 30 miles from the French border, suddenly attacked a few of their guards, connived with the others, and last week succeeded in executing a mass jailbreak. In a few days, posses of Rightist Civil Guards rounded up 600 fugitives, killed scores more in clashes in the dense thickets of the Navarre border territory. A few prisoners managed to escape to France and there revealed that many of those who took part in the escape were not Leftist prisoners of war but Rightists,...

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