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AMETHYST'S DASH THROUGH THE NARROWS

the casualty list (Rec. March 18, 11,5 p.m.) , London, March 18. The Admiralty states that twentythrco were killed, nineteen severely injured, and eighteen slightly wounded on the cruiser Amethyst during her daring trip through The Narrows of tlio Dardanelles to Nagara. j TURKISH MOTOR BATTERIES AT. WORK. r Athens, March 17. searchlights assisted tho land batteries when shelling the mine-,sweepers m the Dardanelles. Motor-cars continually moved tho guns to different positions, retarding their location. After two hours' duel the batteries were silenced.

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AMETHYST'S DASH THROUGH THE NARROWS, Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2413, 19 March 1915

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AMETHYST'S DASH THROUGH THE NARROWS Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2413, 19 March 1915

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