November 1935

Africa Speaks

Volume 19, Issue 4

* A discussion of political differences and the causes of the war between Italy and Ethiopia are inappropriate here, and beyond the scope of this article. However, military men everywhere are deeply interested in the strategy, tactics, and weapons being employed by opposing forces. The only news being received is, without doubt, strictly censored, or is the result of pure conjecture. It may be years before an official account of the operations in Ethiopia becomes available.

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Alfred R Pefley

P P Welch