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ITALIAN "APOLOGIES" I FOR AUSTRIA'S BIGGEST I VICTORY." BLAMING THE TRIPLE I ENTENTE. ROME, Sunday. The Italian Pj ass is full of apologW for and explanations of the loss of Mount Lovchen, which an. Entente diplomatist describes as the greatest Austrian victory since the war began. Signer Barzilai, t.he Tries tine and Irredentist member of the Government, has been put up to explain that- the fall of Tvovchevi was inevitable after that of Serbia, and that it was an immense delusion to imagine tha,t Mount, Lovchen could he saved without savinz all Monte- rro. Gioinaie • [ d'Italia publish columns to prove that the capture of Mount Lowhen is of little per- m?n?nt importance, and that .'? any c.-?e the re?ponsibHity for its lo.% does not rest J on IbTv, but ? due to the mi'itary and pob?ca.! ?rors of th? Triple Eut?nte in the Baikana. against tb? warnings of Italy, and ?pecmUy to &r Ed-xrd Grey's b!ind and childlike fMth dn Bulg&ria and his delay in helping Serbia. After Serbia was sacrificed the sacrifioe of Montenegro necessariilv fol lowed. Therefore, thoso who were respon- sible for the former are responsible for the latter. The" GiornaJe concludes bv pointing out. the dangers of sending an expedition across 'the Adriatic to relieve Montenegro, and of provisioning it on its I arri val. The CoiTiero della Sera. .remarks that I the Anglo-French criticisms on Italy's I Conduct towards Montenegro oo not enhance Italian prestige, but depress that portion of Italian opinion, which desired all extension of i Italy's military operations. The "Corrierc" blames the Cabinet for not caring sufficiently what foreigners think of Italy, and for not informing the pubHc about Italy's real situa- tion." The Government, conclude* the Milanese journal, does not provide materials for its. defence. Colonel Bairone, the eminent military critic, deprecates pessimism, but ur^e? more vigorous action on the part of the Allies. Independent journals like the •' Massag- pero" remark that-Sienor Bai-zilai's jnstifi- ri.t'ons may serve to atimnish the Oabinet 's responsibility. Vat cannot 'destroy the hard fact that Austria has scored fj, valuable sue cess on the other shore of the Adriatic. "No one," gays the MMMggpro." "nd rlipriii the illusion that Montenegro can he saved W mvjst now think of Albania, which is t'l-, C., "eXt N p,

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