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In the ‘Queen,’ Miss Bertha Bcnnet Burloigh describes how she managed to travel 60 kilometres through the German lines from Bruges to Ghent, thence to Brussels, from there to Louvain, and back by tse sauna route. She undertook this journey in order to verify the tales that were told about fha treatment of non-com. batants. She says: “ Words cannot describe fully the terrible scenes I have seen. On the portal of one door (in Louvain) a German officer had written: ’There are four pretty girls staying here for the Germans/ And so one could go on giving numerous tales. From the things I have seen myself one would imagine that civilisation* amongst them had never existed, for they are worse than 1-easts of the Said .**

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ENTERPRISING WOMAN JOURNALIST., Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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ENTERPRISING WOMAN JOURNALIST. Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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