(Australian Press Association).
The "'Daily Express" correspondent at Athens says that if the Italians re- main in undisputed possession of Corfu there will undoubtedly be ser- ious trouble ending possibly in an- other Ballcan war.
Serbian newspapers are already de- claring that Serbia will support Greece. Reports from Turkey show that a sec tion of opinion is already urging Ke- mal Pasha to seize the opportunity to
invade Western Thrace.
The "Daily Telegraph" diplomatic correspondent says "There is a grave phrase in Signor Mussolini's latest de- clarations. He threatens to remain in- definitely in Corfu if Greece does not yield to his every demand. The corres- pondent added "Corfu was for cen- turies a dependency of Venice. When a politician quotes history he is thinking not of the past but c,f the future."