SPAIN: Riot & Rebellion

Most embarrassing of all Generalissimo Francisco Franco's followers is the famed "Radio General," hoarse-voiced, bibulous General Gonzalo Queipo de Llano y Sierra, commander of the Rightist southern armies. Once such an ardent Republican that he was exiled by Alfonso XIII, Queipo de Llano quickly turned to fascism, was an active leader in the present civil war when Francisco Franco was still in Morocco. A violent self-advertiser, Queipo de Llano's frequent personal broadcasts have become one of the high spots of the war. When his language grows too indiscreet his own electricians sometimes cut him off the air but his broadcasts,...

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