Excerpt from The Outlook, Vol. 122: An Illustrated Journal of Current Events; May-August, 1919 To listen to the discussions about Fiume and Dalmatia one might imagine that the Allies had forgotten that for over three years Italy fought for their cause and Croatians fought against it. There may have been pro-ally Croatians, but there were no Italians fighting against the Allies. Something is due to friends and partners, and, not the least, a measure of confidence.
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