ALLIES EARN RESPITE. MANY MEN RESTED. FLANDERS FAIRLY QUIET. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright LONDON, November 21. * The Times’s ’ correspondent in Northern Franco states that the position of the Allies was never more secure than to-dav. It has been found possible to grant holiday leave to many officers and men after weeks of arduous service. ISOLATED ATTACKS. ALLIES’ ARTILLERY TELLS. PARIS. November 21. Official: There is no noteworthy incident to report. . . . , The enemy’s activity at Rheims is slacke"lt!’is mainly an artillery duel in the north. , , .. . . We repulsed two infantry attacks at Hollcbekc. The superiority of our artillery at the Aisne has been accentuated by its preventing tho Germans from completing their new trenches. Our artillery has also destroyed the Iterman trenches in tho Argonne. _ We have progressed near Verdun, and also in tho Vosges. November 22. Official : The day has been very quiet except in the Woevrt, where five massed attacks on Kpargnos were made within two hours. The French artillery repulsed tho attacks.
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BREATHING SPACE., Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914