ITALIAN GENERAL KIDNAPPED AND IMPRISONED BY D'ANNUNZIO.
Poet Soldier Accused 3 f Beine Anti-British. I
Rec Feb. 2, evening.
' , A Milan, Feb."2. U-Annunzio kidnapped General ■lNigra, Commander of the Italian troops on the armistice line, outSl?f ??, v A me- N»gra is unpopular with v Annunzio's troops, owin^ to his vigilance. D'Annunzio placed an ambush on the road when Nigra was motoring towards Trieste. After his capture Wigra was compelled to walk to Fiume, where he was imprisoned in the government palace. Italian newspapers angrily denounce D JAnnunzio's impudence. The newspaper Corriere Delia Sera states thatD'Annunzio nourishes revolutionary ideas, championing every insurrection until a universal conflagration consumes the British Empire, after which the poet says " Italy will be great and prosperous." The Corriere Delia Sera's is the first public hint of D'Annunzio's anti British campaign.
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