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The race for the sea began after the battles of the Marne and Aisne. General Manoumy stood covering Paris. General De Castlenau cams Into lino between Lassigny and Peronne on September 20. General Mandhtiy prolonged the front near Arras and Lens on September 30. The British came Into action near Yprcs on October 20. On November 12 General Durbars army was established between the British and the sea.

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The race for the sea began after the battles of the Marne and Aisne. General Manoumy stood covering Paris. General De Castlenau cams Into lino between Lassigny and Peronne on September 20. General Mandhtiy prolonged the front near Arras and Lens on September 30. The British came Into action near Yprcs on October 20. On November 12 General Durbars army was established between the British and the sea., Evening Star, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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The race for the sea began after the battles of the Marne and Aisne. General Manoumy stood covering Paris. General De Castlenau cams Into lino between Lassigny and Peronne on September 20. General Mandhtiy prolonged the front near Arras and Lens on September 30. The British came Into action near Yprcs on October 20. On November 12 General Durbars army was established between the British and the sea. Evening Star, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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