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D'ANNUNZIO

DEMAND FOR DALMATIA

POWERFUL FLEET HELPING,

CBMTKD PRESS AMSCIATION. -COFTRIBHT.I (AUSTKAHAN - NW BBAlAJfl) CABLE ASSOCIATION.) BOMB, 15th November.

D'Annunzio's Bersaglieri have captured Mount Luban, east of Fiume, and occupied all the villages assigned to Jugo-Slavia,^ except Pidagrec, where the F.crsaglieri "were forced to retire owing to the locd -resistance. The Islands of Arbe and VegLia have been seized in the Gulf of Quarnero; moreover, a powerful fleet, including the battleship Dante Alighieri, has"left the Gulf for an unknown destination. Although Admiral Jlillo gave an explicit pledge to support Signer Giqlitti when the latter allowed him to return to Fitune, D'Annunzio and Millo have now resumed the pact scaled last year. It ie evident that D'Anntmzio demands the whole of Dalmatia for Italy-

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D'ANNUNZIO, Evening Post, Volume C, Issue 119, 16 November 1920

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D'ANNUNZIO Evening Post, Volume C, Issue 119, 16 November 1920

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