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ATTACK ON THE HEART OF TURKEY

LAND FORCES FOR THE DARDANELLES Paris, March 12. . Official: Apart from General d'Aniade's force concentrated in North Africa, a portion of the. landing force is' already en route to the Dardanelles. THE TURKISH ADVANCE ON EGYPT. ENEMY CO ™W, MILITARY RAILWAY. (Rec. March 14, 4.45 p.m.) . London, March 14. The "Jlorning Post's". Alexandria ■correspondent, telegraphs that a stea* i'i'ew K,*fl» tepeHs that the 6#r«' i»wu «« still soß&teustifls tfw ni&

tary railway towards Egypt, indicating that the proposed attack has not been abandoned. Tho "Daily Telegraph" correspondent reports that air reconnaissances have shown that there are no Turks within a fortnight's march of tho Suez Canal.

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ATTACK ON THE HEART OF TURKEY, Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2409, 15 March 1915

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ATTACK ON THE HEART OF TURKEY Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2409, 15 March 1915

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