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D'ANNUNZIO'S NEW MISSION.

TO SAVE ITALY FROM SOCIALISTS. WARSHIP CREWS JOIN HTM. •AuetrTitan and N.Z. Cable Aseoclai ion,! (Received Dec. 1, 9.5 a.m.) ' ROME, Nov. 27. A message from Fiume states that d'Annunzio addresesd the- Municipal Council, saying his mission was to Eave Italy from the Socialists. Italy was now m the same position as after Caporetto. A_ new battle must be fought from Fiume. , • . . The seriousness of the Adriatic situation* is increased by the Italian warships at Genoa and Smyrna joining d'Annunzio.

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D'ANNUNZIO'S NEW MISSION. Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLVI, Issue 15080, 1 December 1919

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