Foreign News: Algiers to Alsace

Unlike beefeating Britishers, an average Frenchman is not acutely Empire-minded, but last week Frenchmen from Algiers to Alsace took to the streets to protest against giving one square mile of French territory to Italy. This was France's answer to the "spontaneous" outcry in Rome's Chamber of Deputies fortnight ago that the French possessions of Tunisia, Corsica, Nice and Savoy be given to Italy.

On. Most of the French demonstrators, and many of the Italians in private, refused to take seriously Premier Mussolini's "unofficial" campaign for French lands. In Paris some 6,000 non-serious Sorbonne students...

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