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BETTER NEWS FROM FLANDERS.

GERMAN ATTACKS FAILING. RENEWED ONSLAUGHTS IN FRANCE.

Fresa Association—By Telegraph—Copyright.

PARTS, November 14. Official: The German attacks between Tjvs and Yprea are becoming less keen. Tlte Allies at some points have resumed tbe offensive. The German attack on Nieuport failed, and thoir attempts to advance to the east of Ypres were checked. Ihe Prussian Guards* attack south of \ pres was reylilsed. "\Ve advanced a kilometre eastwards at Jtixschoote, and progressed between the La Bassee Canal and Arras. The struggle in the Argonne district has been fiercely renewed, hut the German attacks failed. German attacks at various points in the Lnssigny region and cn the Aisne were unsuccessful.

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BETTER NEWS FROM FLANDERS., Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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BETTER NEWS FROM FLANDERS. Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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