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ALBANIAN ARMY LED BY YOUNG AMERICAN; Capt. Spencer, Adjutant of Prince William, Back from Troubled Balkan State. USED LORD BYRON'S CANNON Fought for Months Under Heavy Odds Against Greeks ;- Brings Decoration for Roosevelt.

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The landing of Italian marines at Avlona, or Vallona, in Albania, means that 150,000 Albanian refugee families will receive succor and that Italy will oust the Greek soldiers who have invaded Albania in the guise of Albanian rebels, according to Capt. H. Sherwood Spencer, a graduate of Annapolis, who was an Adjutant of Prince William of Wied, the Albanian Mpret.

October 23, 1914

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