Army & Navy - Worst Yet

The U.S. Army was having trouble enough with the Italian prisoners it had put to work in many a U.S. community as labor troops on "modified parole." There had been fisticuffs in Boston, criticism everywhere from citizens who could not forget that the Italians had once fought against U.S. troops. Last week the Army had more Italian trouble—the worst yet.

In some U.S. ports Italian prisoners do stevedore duty. In Seattle it is done in part by a Negro battalion stationed at Fort Lawton; the paroled Italians work as gardeners and orderlies in the camp. They also have long had the run...

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