WAR IN SPAIN: The Big Push?

Three days of rain and bird-walking weather last week gave the battered seaboard towns of Loyalist Spain their first respite in three weeks from incessant, systematic bombings by Insurgent Generalissimo Franco's airplanes. Late last month, infuriated by the refusal of Britain and France to grant him belligerent rights. Franco listed 100 Loyalist towns and 58 villages as "legitimate objectives." announced that they would be ceaselessly bombed in ''retaliation." A fleet of Italian Savoia and German Junkers bombing planes, based at Majorca, was ordered to blast the towns in shifts. At last reports...

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