Foreign News: Italy Wins

The Italian Army last week scored a victory over the German Army—as might be expected, in a race. The goal was Corfu, the little Greek island at the mouth of the Adriatic, which, in their solo campaign, the Italians had pounded with bombs and been unable to take.

After the Greek surrender an Axis leaflet bombing told the Corfiotes it was time to give up. Corfu's civil, religious and military authorities conferred, decided to give themselves up to the Germans rather than the Italians. Their excellent reason: while the Germans might someday return the island to Greek control. Italy, once she had...

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