Foreign News: Franco's Answer

When Leftists attacked Teruel they took it by a surprise movement which encircled the town from both flanks. When General Franco counterattacked Teruel he poured his army into a frontal assault and did not take it. Last week Leftist generals used their heads again. Franco's army before Teruel is supplied by a single road running north to Saragossa, parallel to the main Aragon front. Instead of trying to repulse Franco by pouring men into the town, Leftists launched four attacks at four separate points in an attempt to cut this road. If any...

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