Foreign News: Peace in Rome

Old journalistic hands in Rome can always tell the difference between a genuine Italian demonstration and one of organized "spontaneity." In the latter case each demonstrator has to bring to the scene a card which he received by mail, must give this to a Fascist Party official Censorship kills dispatches saying cards have been stamped, but last week Italian censors were delighted to pass cables in which correspondents vouched for the real enthusiasm of a huge Rome crowd screaming "CIANO! CIANO! CIANO!"

Benito Mussolini's son-in-law, Count Galeazzo Ciano, was busy inside the Chigi Palace (Foreign Office) signing the Mussolini-Chamberlain pact, text...

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