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GERMAN AFFAIRS.

EISNER'S MURDERER KILLED.

MUNICH April 25. It is reported that Spartacist soldiers dragged from the libspital and killed Archovalley, who assassinated Eisner. Thereupon Herr Aver, ex-Min-ister of the Interior, and Herr lioshauptes, ex-Minister of War, who were woiinded in the Diet at the time Eisner wa-s killed, fled from the hospital, owing to their lives being threatened. UERNE, April 27. The Bavarian People's Army, which is estimated at 35,000, is attacking Munich. Rapid enlistment continues. Outpost- fighting shows that the Soviets are plentifully supplied with artillery ammunition. A ''sanguinary buttle is expected, when the main attacking force closes in.

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GERMAN AFFAIRS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9597, 29 April 1919

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GERMAN AFFAIRS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9597, 29 April 1919

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