ENEMY DRIVEN AWAY.
Paris, Sept. 13.
Iv the forest at Crecy, a French forco cut th N e trees and line after line of infantry, each man armed with a thickly foliaged branch moved towards the enemy, while behind, amid tbe lopped tree trunks, 13 pounders were posted for the purpose of covering the slow moving forest. The quick fierce attack which followed proved a great success. The walking forest snarled flame and spat bullets, while overhead shells from the French and British artillery sped screaming to their mark. By evening the Marne was clear of the ensmy.
GERMAN LINES CUT. Antwerp, Sept. 13. The German lines of communication at Wurtenburg have been cut in three directions. Many big Creusot guns brought from Antwerp have done good work. RUSSIAN ADVANCE.
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ENEMY DRIVEN AWAY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4429, 15 September 1914
ENEMY DRIVEN AWAY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4429, 15 September 1914
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