WAR IN SPAIN: After the War

United Pressman James I. Miller managed to buttonhole Rightist Spain's Francisco Franco last week at his field headquarters on the Ebro Front (see col. 2), asked him if he thought the war can now be ended by mediation. The General snapped: "There will be no mediation, because criminals and their victims cannot live together. ... I do not like to prognosticate when the fighting will cease. . . .We have already won the war."

In Spain after fighting ceases, according to General Franco, every Spaniard in the new National State will have equal rights so long as his interests...

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