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  5. THE WAR FROM DAY TO DAY

    After been and prolonged discussion, the British Cabinet has decided in favor of immediate legislation to compel single men to serve in the army. It is understood ...

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  7. PIRATES WORK

    Austrian naval men appear to have forgotten all the principles of chivalry upon which their nation once prided itself; and, like their allies and comrades in arms. ...

    Article : 423 words
  8. EGYPT'S MENAGE

    There have been many rumors that trouble was being caused in Egypt by rebellious tribesmen, and in some cases the outbreaks were magnified, especially by ...

    Article : 353 words
  9. THE DARDANELLES

    Although Anzac and Suvla have been evacuated, the British and French troops cling tenaciously to the southern end of the Gallipoli Peninsula, where they are ...

    Article : 264 words
  10. Winter at Gallipoli

    The feeling of bitter disappointment caused by the evacuation of Anzac and Suvla may be to some extent assuaged by the reflection that our men have been ...

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  11. The Retreat of the Serbs

    The horrors of the Serbs' retreat before the invading Austrians, Germans and Bulgarians make up one of the most terrible stories in the world's annals. ...

    Article : 223 words
  12. Surprises of the War

    The Earl of Rosebery, speaking at Edinburgh recently said that the war had two surprises. The Germans visited Great Britain with genial smiles and ...

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  13. NOT TASTED BREAD FOR WEEKS.

    A terrible picture of destitution has been presented in despatches received in Rome from Albania. One hundred and fifty thousand Albanians have died of ...

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  14. A FIERCE BLIZZARD.

    "It was no ordinary winter storm, First it rained in torrents for twelve hours, and the narrow trenches, cut through hard rock and tenacious clay, ...

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  15. Fighting in Arabia

    Fierce fighting took place at Kut-el-Amara, about sixty-five miles south-east of Baghdad, on December 24 and 25. The action was begun by the Turks opening ...

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  16. Christmas in the Trenches

    There was no christmas truce in the Flanders trenches this year. Mr. Phillip Gibbs. writing from the British front in Flanders, says: "The ...

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  17. Tired Turks at Anzac

    Mr. Henry Nevinson, war correspondent for the London "Daily News," writing on December 14th, said that Anzac and Suvla had been transformed by ten ...

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  18. DEAD AT THEIR POSTS.

    "Sentries watching at the loopholes in parapets were found dead at their posts when the relief came along. They were frozen rigid their stiff fingers still ...

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  19. WELL-ARMED ARABS.

    On December 11th (says an official message) a force under Colonel Gordon, operating near Mersamatruk, discovered a hostile Arab force commanded by Gania ...

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  20. INDIA'S ACTIVITY.

    Extraordinary activity is being manifested in the manufacture of munitions, and a list just published shows that sixty-five of the biggest firms in Calcutta have ...

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