THE KING OF ENGLAND
HOW IN FRANCE.
VISITS BRITISH HEADQUARTERS. LONDON, November 30. (Received December 1, at 1.25 p.m.) Official: His Majesty King George sailed on Sunday to visit the British headquarters in Francs.
THE GERMANS SURPRISED BY ALLIES' NIGHT ATTACK. ■SIX MILES OF TRENCHES WON. MUCH AMMUNITION CAPTURED. PARIS, November 30. (Received December 1, at 1.5 p.m.) The Allies caught the Germans napping at night in the legion of Anas. They attacked the enemy’s front in different sections. and captured six miles of trenches, several qmck-fi ers, and a huge store of ammunition hidden in a hillside. Next roo.ning the French aitillcry, after their aviators" had effected a reconnoiseanco, landed n number of shells in a chimp of trees covering a motor camp. A series of explosions followed, and many care wore destroyed. The artillery also put four of the enemy’s guns out of action.
THE IRON CROSS
FOR POLISH NOBLEMAN
AMSTERDAM, November 50.
(Re C e : ved D c'lrbcr 1, at 1.5 p.m.)
Count Miol/.ynski has been awarded the Iron Cross if tne first cla-ss for bravery against the Russians. "[Count Mtelzynski, a Polish nobleman, shot his wife and his nephew dead in tho countess’s room of their castle near Grat/.. in Posen, on 20th December, 1913, as bis susp : cions of their intimacy proved correct.]
PATROL THE ATLANTIC.
A “WIRELESS” GRIEVANCE
NEW YORK, November 30.
(Received December 1, at 12.50 p.m.)
Twelve British ships arc now patrolling tho Atlantic between New Y’ork and Panama. Wireless operators complain that it is impossible to despatch coastwise messages, owing to the warships constantly despatching and receiving messages.
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THE KING OF ENGLAND, Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914