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LATEST FROM EUROPE

The battleship Bulwark was sunk by an internal explosion in three minutes yesterday morning in Sheerness Harbor. Only 12 man I were saved out of 780. j Russian military authorities dapreoate the publication of Incomplete accounts of the Vistula-Warta battle. The evidence points to a severe Carman defeat. Further south the Crown Prince of Germany is engaged in a retreat that differs little from a rout. Calicla Is In a pitiful condition. Wholesale pillage and murder are common, ant! tho Austrians are demoralised. * The Times ' says editorially that we must expect another formidable battle immediately, with fresh and menacing activity In other directions. In tho House of Lords, Lord Kitchener stated that the Cermans had made no advance since he test Gpoko on the war. Recruits wsro coming in at the rato of 30,000 a week, but he added that tha time was coming when more men would be nesd&d. MORE MEN STILL WILL YET BE NEEDED. SPEECH BY LORD KITCHENER. LONDON, November 26. Lord Kitchener, in the Houfc of Lords, emphasised the fact that the Germans had not made any advance since he last addressed the hfcuse. Tho arrival of the Indian troops had been of the greatest assistance. Our losses were naturally heavy, but slight when compared with those oi the enemy. British forces were now in touch with tha Turkish forces 30 miles oast of the Suez Canal. Thirty thousand recruits were enrolling weekly, besides regiments which, were heins formed locally. The time was coming, however, when more recruits would be required. AMERICAN SPECULATION. IF GERMANY WON AT SEA. CANADIAN INVASION POSSIBLE. NEW YORK, November 26. (Peceived November 27. at 1.40 p.m.) Prof. B. Wendell, of Harvard University, hag published an article which is attractinc great interest. He advances the thesis that if Germany cripples the British Navy an invasion of Canada through New England would be quite conceivable. American neutrality need prove no obstacle, as the Germans "found no difliculty in dealing with it in Belgium's case.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE, Evening Star, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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LATEST FROM EUROPE Evening Star, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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