SPAIN: Saint's Day

Nothing of significance disturbed the fratricidal Spanish war last week, as the cold weather further congealed the stalemate. It was of passing interest that on the Saint's Day of Alfonso XIII, which fell last week, observances were celebrated all over the White half of Spain. "He was made to walk the Via Dolorosa carrying the burden of all of us," sentimentally observed San Sebastian's typical Dvario Vasco. "He cannot walk back along this thorny path; but, a Spaniard before a Monarch, he will be the first to rejoice in a free,...

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