Page 3, 12th March 1937

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Page 3, 12th March 1937 — Red Brutality in Andalusia
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People: Esteban
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Red Brutality in Andalusia

Cardinal Ilundain e Esteban, Archbishop of Seville, has issued an appeal to the Spanish people warning them that the peace and prosperity of their country depends upon the Christian restoration of their country.

In the course of the appeal he strongly protests against the brutality of the Reds in Andalusia.

In the villages of his diocese, he states, they killed twenty-seven priests, sacked and burnt 250 churches and destroyed all the religious objects which they could find.

It will be noted that in the interview of General Franco the General refers to the difficulties of establishing a base in Seville in the midst of a country infested with revolutionaries where there was no security of communications.




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