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IN POLAND.

FIGHT STILL RAGING, GERMANS LOSING HEAVILY. PETKOGRAD, November 30. Tho official report fctatea that stubborn ighting near Lodz continues, and the3ermans are suffering great losses. REARGUARD ACTION. GERMANS FIGHT* STUBBORNLY. SOME REINFORCEMENTS ARRIVE. PETROGRAD. November 50. The First Array messenger btates that rho Germans west of Lowicz are abandoning their wounded, rifles, ammunition, and transport in their retreat, but their rearguard are fighting stubbornly, defending prepared entrenchments. The German force endeavoring to ┬ęscape north of Koluszki was cut off, and is now -heltering in strong entrenchments. It has a!*o been reinforced bv two infantry divisions and one cavalry division. THE DASH FOR WARSAW. KAISER'rGAMBLE i TURNS OUT "bTsASTROUSLY. RETREAT SORELY HARRIED. LONDON, December 1. The 'Daily Mail' Fetrograd correspondent reports: " Under the inspiration of a misleading order from the Kaiser, promising that the war would be ended if Warsaw were taken, the entrapped Germans hurled themselves against the encircling wall of Russian troops with the desperation of maddened wild animals. The carnage was awful. The Germans were obliged to climb over heaps of dead com* rides to reach the Ruwian bayonets. "The Russians fought magnificently, but. were in insufficient numbers. The Germans, avoided a Sedan, but their retreat is perilous owing to the absence of roads. The Russian forces from Lodz and the Miazca River still threaten their flanks, and Cossacis persistently harry their retreat.* .

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IN POLAND., Evening Star, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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IN POLAND. Evening Star, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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