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Another Russian Retreat.

Abuse of the Red Cross Flasr.

London June 26 Oyama reports that for tha purpose of driving back the enemy, the Japanese, pn the 22nd, attacked m force, holding the high land 3 northwest ot Nausbtm and Chingtse, aud eastwards ot Yingching. The enemy soon wavered, and a portion began to retreat. The remainder obstinately clung to its position. The Japanese vigorously assaulted, and subsequently made a flank movement. The enemy, retreating under fire, suffered heavily. Infantry and cavalry availed themselves of the Red Cross flag 1, bub the Japanese continued the pursuit, driving the Russians north m great disorder. The enemy numbered 3,000, Sevwal guns were left and 50 dead. The Eassian total losses were 200, and the Japanese casualties two killed and 17 wounded.

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Another Russian Retreat., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6606, 27 June 1905

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Another Russian Retreat. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6606, 27 June 1905

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