Foreign News: Sweet Partings

The people of Andalusia, in Southern Spain, who voted Leftist when Spain had elections, have usually been cool toward the Italian "volunteers" brought in by tens of thousands to help Rightist Generalissimo Francisco Franco in Spain's civil war. Last week, as some 12,000 Italian infantrymen prepared to return to Italy in a "token" withdrawal of Italian troops, controlled Rightist newspapers and spokesmen whooped up enthusiasm to show Rightist Spain's official gratitude to Fascist Italy.

Over the historic old waterfront of Cadiz, scene of one of Columbus's departures for the New World, Andalusians who had thrown few bouquets at the Italians when they...

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