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Combat Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 23, 1943, 5th Army front, 5th Army front Tuesday november 28, 1943 the stars and stripes Page a French Hack warns Laval of terrorism Madrid nov. 22�?the Paris correspondent of the Spanish newspaper Abo says a mysterious emm Isaryk has arrived at Vichy with a bit of advice for Pierre Laval. Laval is said to have been urged to appoint a new minister of the Interior a Man capable of dealing with terrorism. Freed Moseley stirs angered. Note any terrorism with which Laval would have to Deal would be a terrorism directed against his own nazi fostered regime. It would be an organized rebellion against the forces of Hitler and against the economically fascist Structure of Vichy French government. The warning if indeed such a warning has been Given puts the Finger on but one group tile communists. They constitute the Only organized militant front against fascism through All of underground in wind Ankara nov. 22�?German troops and Supply trains Are passing southward along the Belgrade Nish railway at Tho rate of to to 13 per Day according to Neutral reports. Many of the troops Are said to be wearing the red ribbon awarded to soldiers who have fought on russian protests follow fascists release Behne nov. 22�?the Berne correspondent of a Stockholm newspaper says there is now a definite break Between Pierre Laval Arch Quisling of France and old marshal Petain. At tile same Birne Rumor in Switzerland Bas it that Petain a plans to arrest Laval miscarried and that Laval in saving his hide gained the top covering crime Spain explains Washington nov. 22�?Spain sent a note of congratulation to Senor Jose Laurel who was appointed by the japanese to be president of the Philippines. That aroused the Wrath of the state department of the United states and Spain was asked to furnish an explanation at once. Spain hastily furnished such an explanation. Today the state department announced that after serious study it has decided to accept Spain s explanation. The american ambassador to Spain Carlton Hayes was authorized to inform Spanish foreign minister count de Jordana that it considers the explanation to have been put Forward in Good Faith and that no Spanish recognition of the Laurel regime was intended and u. S. Is ready to let the matter drop. Moscow nov. 22�?kiev inhabitants say the germans burned 100,000 russian corpses including jews when the red army approached the City. According to russian sources the get in a r at mans Are showing signs of getting scared of i Xep amp in Lor Lio Ilg Wax their crimes on soviet soil and Are trying to Van xxx cover up their traces. T work nov. 22 British Amassa _ Dor lord Halifax said in a broadcast tonight a a we must at a Gill costs avoid the temptation of trying to fix an Early Date whew the War in Europe will be won. When that Day comes we United states and Britain will both be free to put our strength into the Job of finishing off Japan. Meanwhile we must wonk for the shortening of the War and go on preparing for a Long one. We May be closer than any of us expect but the enemy is still London nov. 22�?to quiet a British Public still violently protesting Over the release of fascist Leader sir Oswald Moseley from his cell in Holloway prison a statement out of commons is understood to be in preparation today. The London District Branch of the electrical trades Union has already demanded that Moseley and lady mo6eley be Given a trial before an International court on charge s of complicity with fascist enemies of Britain. Tile communist party holding conferences of shop stewards of London factories stated that strike Adion was contemplated in protest except that the party did not wish to play hitlers game. The storm of protest Over the Moseley reached such a height last night that London talked of a debate in commons. No debate on the release of the fascist Leader is Likely but some restrictions Oil his Freedom Are expected. He is expected to be kept under constant sur a veil Lance. Moscow nov. 22�?the entice soviet pros has carried reports on the release of sir Oswald Matelev. Commandos smash Semi Cairo nov. 22 a British commander carrying out a successful raid on the Hiland of Semi in the dodecanese group of the Aegean sea penetrated into town and overwhelmed 14 enemy soldiers destroying enemy Headquarters six barges ammunition and damaging a Power station. A a Austria demonstrates India discusses postwar Zurich nov. 22 a increased violence and anti German demonstrations in Austria have been reported by Neutral Swiss observers from Vienna. Demonstrators were dispersed after bitter clashes with German police. New Delhi nov. 22�?lord waved Viceroy of India presided at a conference on food problems attended by tile governors of la provinces. Talks on postwar reconstruction lasted five hours. De. Note the British Public has for a Long time been More aware of the dangerous activities of fascism in Britain than americana have of similar activity in the states. An organized and accredited communist party has railed against Moseley ceaselessly. In Moseley the British com Mon Man has come to too Guise As isolated exhibit number one the germ of the plague that is killing Many an englishman on the battlefields of the world. Their attitude a like the attitude of russians As reported from Moscow is that Moseley should be canned behind thicker bars in a deeper cell rather than be led from prison at a Tine when aft the Allied work is bleeding in the fight against the to Leys of Germany and Japan. Fear rules Bulgaria following Sofia bombing Rumania cries to have troops Home from Russia Zurich nov. 22 a bulgarians situation following the Sofia bombings continues to be tense. Bulgarian workers have refused to help repair the damaged part of the railway limes hoping to spare the City further air raids. The germans have caused part of the population to be evacuated and threaten to Deport to Lese bulgarian workers to War factories in Germany. The Budapest correspondent of Gazette de Lausanne says the rumanian evacuation of Crimea is proceeding and rumanian authorities have decreed that railways in Bessarabia Ruthenia and Bukovina must be held free for returning rumanian troops. Rumanian Hope to save half their troops now in the Crimea and a number have Bot a transferred to Odessa despite the russian fleets Sharp ships of Tampa ila., nov. 22 a the United states maritime commission has announced its acceptance of the first self propelled Concrete cargo ships. After completion of Fer Trail tuns including All tests customarily gel new Sehpp the commission said it expected to order More under bargains Rumania nov. 22�?reports from Neutral observers say that Gen. Antonee rumanian chief of staff has reached an agreement in tile past week committing Rumania to give Germany Large stocks of Grain and Oil and in return Hitler has consented to withdraw German troops from Rumania

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