Italians charged that Ethiopians were firing dumdum bullets from rifles and machine guns made in England, Belgium and the U. S. last week. The compliment was returned by U. S. Presbyterian Missionary Doctor Robert W. Hockman of Jijiga. Said he: "Even the use of dumdum bullets—and I am certain they are being used—does not affect the Ethiopian warriors, who by tradition are accustomed to all sorts of the most unspeakable barbarity. This country cannot be overcome by mechanized armies. It is remarkable to see thousands of warriors spring from the grass and come from behind rocky hills when a bugle...

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