WAR IN SPAIN: Three-Cornered

Instead of being plagued with just two armies fighting each other, Spain last week had three. Army No. 1, biggest and strongest, was that of Generalissimo Francisco Franco, who now holds three-fourths of Spain. Army No. 2 was commanded by famed old General José Miaja, president of the Madrid junta which last week ousted the Loyalist Government of Premier Negrin. Army No. 3 consisted of Communist "rebels" of the old Loyalist Army which revolted against the Miaja junta. The men of Armies No. 2 and 3, fortnight ago buddies in the same...

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