Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 14 July 6, 1938
New Zealand's Precedent
New Zealand's Precedent.
Mr. Ongley pointed out that many of the authorities quoted by previous speakers had obviously been influenced by their personal views, and personal impressions of what they had seen in Spain. Franco was fully justified in rising, and a precedent for the use of foreign troops was New Zealand's participation in the Boer War.
Mr. McDonald appeared very upset by the actions of a gentleman in the military whom he referred to as "General Ashtray." and who had said "down with inelligence," also by he fact hat a cabaret in which more depraved members of the bourgeoise had been abandoning themselves to low pleasures had been owned and operated by Spanish clergy.