Foreign News: Spectator

War-torn Spain became a mere spectator last week as both belligerent armies virtually halted their small-scale war to watch the deepening European crisis. Leftist authorities believed that both sides in Spain would be weakened by a general European war, the Rightists because Germany and Italy would withdraw their generous aid from Generalissimo Franco, the Leftists because not only would they have little chance of receiving further Soviet aid, but Britain and other maritime powers would commandeer for their own use the tramp steamers which now run food and gasoline to Barcelona...

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