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CUXHAVEN RAID.

EFFECT ON GERMANY. SEARCHINGS.OF HEART CONCERNING THE NAVY. ADMINISTRATIVE CHANCES. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. AMSTERDAM. Defomivr 30. Advices from P>erlin state that the Kaiser summoned Prince Henry "i Prussia a;d Admiral You Tirpitz to Headquarters, ard discussed for several hours the damage done at C'ltshaven. It is understood that Prince Henry was z'tven supienit' command of the battle tWts. [Admiral Von Tirpitz has of r«\ent years held tho office of Secretary of the "imperial Admiralty. Prince Henry of Prussia it ho-. Kaiser's brother) succeeding him a? Admiral t 'ommaudiug in-Chief. Apparently Prince Demy ;- ic-v. to .ninbine the dur.i «-tli e. | BRITISH PRECAUTIONS IN CASE OF REPRISALS. LONDON", December 30. The military authorities have ordered all Germans ar.d'Austrians, including naturalised subjects, also their Rritisii-born descendants, including the second generation, front Sunderland and the. io.u-1 towns near tho Tyne. HAZARDOUS WORK. LONDON. December ?0. A trawler engaged iu mine-sweeping was blown up by a mine. One man was tilled, and five otheis are missiu.'.

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CUXHAVEN RAID., Evening Star, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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CUXHAVEN RAID. Evening Star, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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