WAR,BELGIUM,GREAT BRITAIN: One Capital, One Throne

WAR

In Ethiopia, after the great Italian victory of Marshal Badoglio on the North Front (TIME, Feb. 24), the routed Ethiopian army of Ras Mulugheta was retreating in moderately good order across Tigre Province last week, but the fate of stragglers was hard.

Tigre tribesmen apparently considered that the authority of Emperor Haile Selassie in their province had been shattered and that any of his soldiers not natives of Tigre were fair game. As an exhausted straggler would stumble into a village last week, angry spearmen would rush out to ask "Ane men?...

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