Last week the old-line generals of Spain showed signs of banding together once again to repel an invader of their ancient rights and privileges. Fortnight ago General Gonzalo Queipo de Llano, little "tsar" of Andalusia, and General Juan Yagüe, commander of the Moroccan Army Corps, were dismissed from their posts, presumably because of too ardent opposition to the Fascist notions of the youthful, fiery Ramón Serrano Suñer, Generalissimo Francisco Franco's Minister of the Interior and, next to the Generalissimo, Spain's most powerful figure. Last week the list of Señor Serrano Suñer's...
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