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HARASSED SERVIA.

A BULGARIAN REPORT

Amsterdam, December 8

A Bulgarian communique states :— "The French troopa are retiring along both banks of the Yardar. and our pursuit continues.

"We have occupied the town of Resna and also Dibra, following upon sanguinary battle s"

It transpires tbat tbe Serbian defeat at Kulalum, near Prizarend, was a catastrophe. Tbe Serbians lost all their artillery, automobiles, the Royal carriage and 320 omnibusses. We find abandoned guns at every step

Tbe Albanians are revolting and falling xin Serbian bands who are wan dering about Mount Ains The Maltissell are parttculary hostile.

Tbe latest Bulgar German reports indicate that there is harrowing misery amongst tbe Serbians, who were compelled to abandon almost everything when the pursuit caught up with tbern.

A correspondent states that tbe Bui garians behaved ferociously, and that Hungarian patrols intervened at Nish to prevent outrages on women Street fighting followed in which several were killed

The Germans are invading Albania

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HARASSED SERVIA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 10 December 1915

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HARASSED SERVIA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 10 December 1915

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