For 15 months little military activity has taken place on Spain's Madrid
front. Last week, at several points southeast of Madrid on the Jarama River,
Leftists repulsed small isolated Rightist punches. To some observers
these attacks were regarded as feelers preliminary to a new Rightist
offensive aimed at encircling Spain's former capital.
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