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KILL THOSE “CUNNING ENGLISH”

Tim Crown Prince Rupert of Bavaria (hrotlmi of ilie Queen of the Belgians), who rommends the 6tk dennan 'Army Covps, has issued the following Aitov Order : -- Soldiers of the Sixth Army, we are fortunate in having opposed to no Englush troopa—troops of that people whore envy lias been at. work for years to t,urround ns with enemie.- tn order to strangle u.= , and to whom we owe the present, bloody war. Now that we meet them, take reprisals for the cunning of the enemy and for all our sacrifices. Show them that it .is not so easy to wipe out- de’Tnans, now that we are far- to face with the enemy who is (ho greatest obstacle to peace. It may he recalled that the Kaiser said ; " [ should like- the Kngli.sh to meet the Bavarians just i lie."

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KILL THOSE “CUNNING ENGLISH”, Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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KILL THOSE “CUNNING ENGLISH” Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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