ITALY: What's the Matter?

What's the Matter

Three of southern Italy's antiroyalist parties proposed to call a ten-minute strike in Naples last week. Object: to protest once more against the British-U.S. alliance with dilapidated little King Vittorio Emanuele III and Marshal Pietro Badoglio. Specifcally, Italian antiFascists felt that Winston Churchill had let them down again in his recent declaration of Allied policy. Said Count Carlo Sforza : "In London they seem so busy mistrusting antiFascism that they forget . . . thousands of Fascists . . . eager to stab Britain and the U.S.A. in the back."...

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