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Tho enemy remain on tho defensive in Belgium, and fighting has resolved itself into outpost affairs. King George left England for the front on Sunday.
Protests from a German Socialist paper against the treatment of British In Germany result in tho suppression of the paper. General Von Moltke is said to have been imprisoned by the Kaiser’s orders for daring to Interfere with the Crown Prince. ' Rome advises that the Gorman losses in Poland were tremendous, amounting to one-fourth of their effective forces. Russia Is said to bo bombarding Cracow, a suburb of which Is on fire.
Fanatics in Beirut are exhorting the populace to massacre Christians when the Allies’ warships appear.
Gorman intrigues in Afghanistan and Abyssinia meet with no success. Tho latter has offered a contingent to Britain. Lord Charles Beresford tells tho House of Commons to ‘‘trust in the Navy and you wlil be fully repaid.”
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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914
LATEST FROM EUROPE. Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914
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