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RUSSIA'S BLOW

FALLS HEAVILY IN POLAND. VISTULA-WARTA BATTLE GOES STRONGLY AGAINST GERMANY. Pres» Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. PETItOORAD, November 25. Official: Fighting near Lodz i oiitinu.es. The masses of Germans who made an incursion east of Lodz are hard preyed, and are making a supremo effort to break through northward,. We captured south of Koruszki (17 mile* ea*t of L.wlz) prisoners and heavy artillery and lielcl guns. We were vieixiens in th.-; .Lowicz district, and have the advantage of tin position on the Czenstoehowu-O.aoou- hue. In Hungary wo have a''so enveloped considerable Austrian fore*-* Ixyond the. Carpathians, near M«-:-a Labrsz, capturing a general, 40 otiicer-. 2.500 men, 3 railway trains, and machine guns. We have occupied Komo"a. Thero was a popular demonstration on the announcement, being mad ■ that tho Russians had taken as prbonuv an army torp* at Lrd«.

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RUSSIA'S BLOW, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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RUSSIA'S BLOW Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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