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The map shows positions of the armies at a glance. The Belgians are nearest Nieuport. The British line* begins near Vpres ant! extends to La Bassee. Tile French armies prolong the allied line south of C'oinpiegne, then oast to Verdun, am! south to Belfort. The positions of the armies of the chief German commanders are also indicated.

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The map shows positions of the armies at a glance. The Belgians are nearest Nieuport. The British line* begins near Vpres ant! extends to La Bassee. Tile French armies prolong the allied line south of C'oinpiegne, then oast to Verdun, am! south to Belfort. The positions of the armies of the chief German commanders are also indicated., Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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The map shows positions of the armies at a glance. The Belgians are nearest Nieuport. The British line* begins near Vpres ant! extends to La Bassee. Tile French armies prolong the allied line south of C'oinpiegne, then oast to Verdun, am! south to Belfort. The positions of the armies of the chief German commanders are also indicated. Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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