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CBS war correspondent Betty Wason (1912 - 2001) reported in a very chatty way about how the war was proceeding along the shores of the Southern Mediterranean Sea. Of particular interest was her observation regarding how thoroughly lame the Italian Army appeared to their opposite numbers in the Albanian Army. Rather than eliciting feelings of dread and hatred, the Italian soldiers were pitied for their poor skills - their bodies were plentiful on every battlefield.

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Reporter Under Fire (PM Tabloid, 1941)

Reporter Under Fire (PM Tabloid, 1941)

Reporter Under Fire (PM Tabloid, 1941)

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