TURKEY'S PART IN THE TRAGEDY
"WELHELM'S CRIMINAL DESIRES."
(London ' Times' and Sydney ' Sun' Services.)
The ' Novoe Vremya' (Pctrograd), commenting on the Kaiser's efforts to instigate a jehad against Christendom, says : " The Mussulmans have forestalled Wilhelm's criminal desires, and are now flocking to the standards of the Allies"."
ITALY WAKING LTP.
ROME. November 10.
Italy lias demanded that Germany and Turkey shall stop operations agaiust Italians in Tripoli. It is believed" here that Turkey will force a crisis with Italy by acts of aggression in the latter' 3 new colony.
PETROGRAD. November 10.
The Tsar has instituted operations for the capture of Constantinople at tho earliest date.
THE TURKS IN EGYPT.
(London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun'Services.!
LONDON, November 10.
Constantinople authorities assert that the Turks crossed the Egyptian frontier on Sunday.
ARMY COMPLETELY DISORGANISED
(London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun'Services.)
LONDON, November 11
Rome advices state that the Turkish anny is ; n a state of complete disorganisation. The majority of the men are without uniforms, and the military stores contain onbr ei£ht days* supplj..
SOMALIS WISH TO PARTICIPATE. ' (London ' Times ' and Sydney 'Sun* Services.) LONDON, November 11. The Somali chiefs at Jubiland have petitioned the King for permission to fight for England. A WONDERFUL MARCH. (London 'Times' and Sydney -Sun' Services.) LONDON, November 10. The Press, in reviewing the anti-Turkish operations, ch-ell upon the- wonderful foiccd march by Riusiun troope. averaging 6% versts (a vcrst is I,l7oyds) daily, over snow-covered mountain roads. The town of Van is besieged bv an Armenian band, while another band penetrated to the rear of tho Turkish arm v.
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TURKEY'S PART IN THE TRAGEDY, Evening Star, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914