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Page 1, 12th February 1937 — Taking Sides In The Spanish War
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Taking Sides In The Spanish War

The Rev. F. H. Drinkwater, who wrote to the Catholic Herald (January 29) questioning the right of the Catholic Press to side with the Nationalists in Spain, was invited last week by Mr. Alfred Denville, NI.P., to travel through Red Spain, at Mr. Denville's expense, and study the position.

Fr. Drinkwater has replied as follows: To the Editor of the Catholic Herald.

Sia.—Mr. Alfred Denville does not seem to have troubled to read my letter, and nothing that he says calls for any reply from me. As for going to Spain, I have other things to attend to.

F. H. DRINKWATER.

763, Coventry Road, Birmingham.

[Other letters on, this subject will be found on page 6.J




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