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BATTLE OF MILLIONS. Tha far-flung battle lino In Belgium, France, and Lorraine Is spread over a front of 300 miles or *™ r f• it I s a :million men could not be crowded Into It shoulder to shoulder, for such a number In line would take ue a’bout' 330 miles cf ground. At a moderate estimate, 6,500,000 men may be engaged on both sides **!? battle from Belfort to tho sea—a commentary cn the depth of the reserves and the long time which must elapse boforo a decision can bo obtained. Tho namos of commanders at some of the chief points are given.

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BATTLE OF MILLIONS. Tha far-flung battle lino In Belgium, France, and Lorraine Is spread over a front of 300 miles or *™rf• it Is a :million men could not be crowded Into It shoulder to shoulder, for such a number In line would take ue a’bout' 330 miles cf ground. At a moderate estimate, 6,500,000 men may be engaged on both sides **!? battle from Belfort to tho sea—a commentary cn the depth of the reserves and the long time which must elapse boforo a decision can bo obtained. Tho namos of commanders at some of the chief points are given., Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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BATTLE OF MILLIONS. Tha far-flung battle lino In Belgium, France, and Lorraine Is spread over a front of 300 miles or *™rf• it Is a :million men could not be crowded Into It shoulder to shoulder, for such a number In line would take ue a’bout' 330 miles cf ground. At a moderate estimate, 6,500,000 men may be engaged on both sides **!? battle from Belfort to tho sea—a commentary cn the depth of the reserves and the long time which must elapse boforo a decision can bo obtained. Tho namos of commanders at some of the chief points are given. Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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