Army & Navy: Mobster Abroad

In Italy the Army suddenly had a crime wave on its hands. Soldiers on leave in Rome swapped rumors of robbery and murder. Bandits had held up the chauffeur of Polish Lieut. General Wladyslaw Anders when he was returning in the general's super-Cadillac from delivering the general to the airport. Military supplies were stolen. A cafe owner was shot to death. Nervous citizens stayed out of alleys, wondered what would happen when the weather got colder and hungry desperadoes grew more desperate.

Allied military and Italian police rounded up one gang. It included seven Foreign Legion deserters, one deserter from the U.S....

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