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GENERAL JOFFRE

HOLDS TITER HAND. HISTLANS PERFECTED. PARIS. December 6. General Joffre, in a conversation with an officer, said that coining victory was a mathematical certainty. His first task been to forgo a weapon. Reliable generals had taken the place of those found •wanting, and the French military machine was now in such a state that the German attack could dash itself against it in vain. He was not anxious that the Germans should decrease their forces in the west, as the present position would enable tho Russians to advance at a greater rate. LORD KITCHENER. REGENT VISIT DENIED. LONDON, December 5. It is officially denied that Lord Kitchtner has been in France this week.

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GENERAL JOFFRE, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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GENERAL JOFFRE Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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