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GERMAN OFFENSIVE FAILS.

THOUSANDS OF ENEMY SURRENDER. THE WAR LORDS' ORDERS. NO SACRIFICE TOO GREAT. "THE NAVY INVINCIBLE." TURKEY'S FOLLY COMES HOME.

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GERMAN'S CAPTUR K > 1 ESS IX ES

-ALLIES TRIUMPH ELSEWHERI-

PARIS. November 2 levelling). Official: Despite the iviniinuance vf a violent German olfi nsiw, we have progressed slightly between Dixmmle and Ly«. except at ".Me-siuc*. which we !<\*t. "Great German attacks on the .-ului-.-bs <u -Anas, Lihous, ami 1.-e Qnesnoy failed. In the centre we pro£HV.--r.i in the direction of Treeyliha!, and on parts ot the right bank ui the Aisne, between Ilnre de 'Aisle and Soisscns. Tho enemy relentlessly bombarded the Allies between Argonne and tiw Moive heights. We recaptured the heights <,i Dcnujiaby Pass, at St. Marie, and occupied the enemy's position at Landespat. [M*ssin.'ti is six miles south <>f Ypres.l

BETWEEN NIEUrOKT AM) I)IXMUDE. HARASSED ENEMY SURRENDER IN THOUSANDS. LONDON, Novcmhr 7> iir^ruine). Renter's Calais correspondent state,; thnt the Germans between Neiuport and Dixmude'continue to sin vender, bcinz unable to endure life in the nvn.he:-. v.".ic;v the water id up to their thighs. ar,J :i;cy are >'v>d!'EJ3 end have uo rest. Thousands su.ren/jered - : n one day. - j jS a protection against the bayonet, the Germans are staffing their tuui.-s u ith shirts, clothing, and anything they can had. The Belgian bayonet is only lOin long, and sometimes iaiLs to roach the flesh. NORTH COAST OF FRANCE MUST BE CONQUERED. SO SAY THE WAU LORDS. AMSTERDAM. November 2. Copenhagen reports that- the Kaiser presided over a meeting of the War Council. at -which, the Kings of Saxony and Wurtemburg were present. hj was unanimously agreed that no sacrifice was too great in order to achieve the conquest of the north coast of France. After the council the Kings visited Antwerp and Brussels.

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GERMAN OFFENSIVE FAILS., Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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GERMAN OFFENSIVE FAILS. Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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