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IN POLAND.

ENEMY STRUGGLE HARD,

REPULSED NEAR LODZ

PETROORAD, December 2. Official: The fighting in the Lowicz district is lesa intense.

Towards midnight the enemy, marching in closo order, violently attacked the Russian positions northward of Lodz, but were repulsed.

A RUMOR.

LODZ BATTLE OVER.

ROME, December 3.

A Petrograd message in the 'Giornale dTtalia' says it is reported that the battle of Lodz ended in the Germans retiring, after losing 300,000 men. [This message is issued with all reserve.]

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IN POLAND., Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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IN POLAND. Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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