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ARMY CORPS CAPTURED.

GERMAN RETREAT A ROUT. IMMENSE CAPTURES. LONDON, November 26. Ths 'Daily Tel graph's' perro-ad eor/espondonh favs tha', 45 trans, Lave been despatched to Lodz for Cue conveyance- of prisoners, indicating that at least an army corps has been eaptitiv.i vu i>-.;:>'.-■. The Gentians axo rhivating along the whole line, and the i-'ti\at :n ] laces i.- a panic-stricken -out. liowitj.ers., fi-Id toiiis, ammunition, and sto;es hav;* been abandoned in large quantities. , One account states that an entire army eorps has been <v:ph;re.l. with artillery and transport, va:i\ an'-tlisr t' at an army corps has been practically annihilated. The 'Daily Mail's' c ■ rr;-ppo::d'■nt sars that the Rtissiaiu ti.-lititg at Lodz *tirrounded a German divisi"'i of 15,000 men. ■which surrendered. Another hop t 'h's*!y placed, and it is exre-ied that it will be captured. Th : <s would -nake n t"tal of 50,000 if Russian stra(•■_•>• siu-< •■•eds—-the biggest news of the wh. ! ■ war. Thirty six trains have left. Warsaw to bring in the prisoners.

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ARMY CORPS CAPTURED., Evening Star, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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ARMY CORPS CAPTURED. Evening Star, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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