PERU: Tailor-Made

Last Sunday, at dawn, revolt exploded in Peru's chief port city of Callao. It was the restless country's second uprising in less than three months. Last time (TIME, July 19) it had been the army; now it was the navy. Rebel sailors and officers seized five warships, locked up or shot their commanders, sent landing parties ashore under cover of a ragged bombardment. Shore-based sailors quickly took over the Naval Academy and the naval armory, moved on to occupy an army barracks and the ancient, star-shaped fortress, Real Felipe.

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