TIME FOR ZEPPELIN RAID ON ENGLAND IS PAST.
BIG FIGHTING ON SEABOARD. OUR WARSHIPS TAKE PART. GENERAL ADVANCE BY ALLIES IN BELGIUM. PORTUGAL SENDING 90,000 MEN. Press Association —By Telegraph—Copyright.
EFFECTS OF THE AISNE BATTLE. STOPPED THE IDEA OF INVADING ENGLAND. TIME FOR ZEPPELIN RAID IS PAST. AMSTERDAM, October 21. i Received October 22, at 9 a.m.) The ■TydV Berlin correspondent says that the Germans are depressed by the influence of the Aisne struggle, and that the capture of Antwerp failed, to neutralise that influence. ’they are unable to disguise the fact, that the opportunity for a Zeppelin raid on England has jia.-sed. owing to the approach of winter storms. The battle on the Aisne crippled the idea of an invasion of England. The health of the Gentian troops in France is increasingly bad. ENEMY LOST 5.000 AT XIKUPORT. AMSTERDAM. October 21. ißeceived October 22. at 9 a.m.) The German losses at Nieuport were about 5.000. Ostend is full of wounded. Reinfoivenients totalling 60.000. with many batteries, have arrived at Ghent, The Germans, when retreating, had a battery annihilated.
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TIME FOR ZEPPELIN RAID ON ENGLAND IS PAST., Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
TIME FOR ZEPPELIN RAID ON ENGLAND IS PAST. Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
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