POSITION AT SALONIKA.
AUSTRIA AND GERMANY,
Athens, February 20 A welUinformed message from Athens states the delayed advance an Salonika is due to Germany,B failure to reconcile tbe claims of Austria and Bulgaria, both of whom want the other to attack. Bulgaria will not do so unless given Salonika to kec p. Germany has not yet persuaded Austria to consent to this. . GERMANY'S POLICY. London, February 20 Tbe capture at Erzeroum included 150 Bin Kruppguna.
Germany's policy in Turkey, wifcb a view to controlling the centre of the Empire, was to weaken tbe despatch- ,- ing of Turkish troops to the furthest extremities, and the fall of Erzeroum irapties that Austro Germans must relj exclupively on themselves aid the Bulgarians in the Balkans, tkp Turks restricting themselves in tbe future to the defence of Turkey. THE MOEWE. It is stated from Liverpool that the Germans built the Fonga and her •aster ships for the banana trade io tbe Oameroons. Tbe Ponga wap afterwards renamed Moewe, and cep» tured the Appara.
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POSITION AT SALONIKA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3524, 22 February 1916
POSITION AT SALONIKA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3524, 22 February 1916
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