World War, SOUTHERN THEATER: Won But Not Done

In Ethiopia the British have found that winning a campaign does not necessarily mean finishing it. The Italians have held out in isolated outposts, so as to pin down sizable British forces. Addis Ababa fell on April 6. Last week, twelve weeks later, the British took the stronghold of Jimma with 8,000 prisoners, including eleven generals. Still to be cleaned up: an area in the north, near Lake Tana, where there are 10,000 white Italians; two areas in the south, where there are altogether 6,000.


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