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This map and the letterpress explain how Von Mackensen drove in the wedge and was afterwards hemmed In in the region Lowicz, Brezlny, Koluszki, Lodz, Szadek, Zglers, Clowno, and Strykow, The position of tha German reserves, as sketched, makes It clear why Mackensen desired to break out to the north via Strykow.

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This map and the letterpress explain how Von Mackensen drove in the wedge and was afterwards hemmed In in the region Lowicz, Brezlny, Koluszki, Lodz, Szadek, Zglers, Clowno, and Strykow, The position of tha German reserves, as sketched, makes It clear why Mackensen desired to break out to the north via Strykow., Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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This map and the letterpress explain how Von Mackensen drove in the wedge and was afterwards hemmed In in the region Lowicz, Brezlny, Koluszki, Lodz, Szadek, Zglers, Clowno, and Strykow, The position of tha German reserves, as sketched, makes It clear why Mackensen desired to break out to the north via Strykow. Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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