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Tiie map shows Zecbrugge. On December 16 a German officer informer} a ' Daily Mews • correspondent that the Germans considered Zeebrugge the key to t«i2 attack on England. He added that not until the KaiS3r's evacuated Zecbrugga would the projsc t of invading England be abandoned. One of tlte c.'def functions of the place was io use it as a submarine and air base to attack British transports which would bo crossing the Channel in tha spring. Admiral Von Tirpitz thought that suitable craft oouid proceed from Wllhelmshavcn to Zecbrugge undisturbed. (Cabin item.)

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Tiie map shows Zecbrugge. On December 16 a German officer informer} a ' Daily Mews • correspondent that the Germans considered Zeebrugge the key to t«i2 attack on England. He added that not until the KaiS3r's evacuated Zecbrugga would the projsc t of invading England be abandoned. One of tlte c.'def functions of the place was io use it as a submarine and air base to attack British transports which would bo crossing the Channel in tha spring. Admiral Von Tirpitz thought that suitable craft oouid proceed from Wllhelmshavcn to Zecbrugge undisturbed. (Cabin item.), Evening Star, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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Tiie map shows Zecbrugge. On December 16 a German officer informer} a ' Daily Mews • correspondent that the Germans considered Zeebrugge the key to t«i2 attack on England. He added that not until the KaiS3r's evacuated Zecbrugga would the projsc t of invading England be abandoned. One of tlte c.'def functions of the place was io use it as a submarine and air base to attack British transports which would bo crossing the Channel in tha spring. Admiral Von Tirpitz thought that suitable craft oouid proceed from Wllhelmshavcn to Zecbrugge undisturbed. (Cabin item.) Evening Star, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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