>An English-speaking Italian in Calabria heard planes, looked up, and said to a British officer:
"Good. They are ours."
"No," the officer said, "they are British."
"Yes," said the Italian, "they are ours."
> The Germans seized Rome.
> At the port of Taranto, after the British occupied it last week, a correspondent asked an Italian merchant-marine captain and an Italian army lieutenant what they thought of their Government's surrender. "Ah," said the lieutenant, "we had not heard of that."
> At Salerno, below Naples, from positions behind one of the loveliest of coasts,...