Press: I Resign

Up to last week there were five Axis correspondents in Washington. Now there are four.

Still in Washington are Kurt Sell of Germany's D.N.B.; Masuo Kato and Clarke Kawakami of Japan's Domei; Kenji Kauno of the Tokyo and Osaka Asahi Shimbun. The little man who is no longer there is Count Leone Fumasoni-Biondi of Italy's Stefani Agency, stationed in Washington since 1932—a dark, soft-mannered gentleman whose ancestors have been Vatican officials for four centuries, whose uncle, Cardinal Fumasoni-Biondi, once Apostolic Delegate to the U.S., now holds the Vatican's Office for the Propagation of the Faith. The Count, in fact, is no Fascist...

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