Spain and Morocco

July 1909
America;7/17/1909, Vol. 1 Issue 14, p368
The article reports on the increasing political instability in Morocco. Spain has decided to sent 7,000 troops to protect its interest in the country. Spanish Prime Minister Antonio Maura says that the troop was sent to maintain order in the country and the war and conquest. According to report, the city of Fez was captured by the Moorish pretender.


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