WAR IN SPAIN: Los Dinamiteros

Some days after the Rightist capture of Gijón two months ago an extraordinary story reached foreign correspondents in Madrid and Valencia: several hundred Dinamiteros, bomb-throwing Asturian miners—whom Rightists hate so much that they are executed whenever captured—had slipped through the mountains by night, wormed their way through 300 miles of Rightist territory, and through another battle line, to reassemble with their officers, safe in Leftist territory.

Able U. S. correspondent on the field in the final Leftist assault on Teruel last week was the New York Tiniest much favored Herbert L. Matthews...

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