IS GERMANY DISHEARTENED?
OVERTURES TO RUSSIA ON THE BATTLEFIELD. Frets Association—By Telegraph—Copyright LONDON', January 14. V Petwrad message savs that the feature of tho Polish situation is the increasing practice of the Germans to wage wa.r bv -proclamation. *l:ie Russians recently, on occupying a position, found posters on wire entanglements* asking them to become- inends, a* the German* were treat-in i; the- Russians kindlv, stipohinj work and o-iiabling them co earn money- ; 'also oSTerirjp for e-vorv rifle dtkvered to the Germans. A number M Germans came to the Russian trench-es vnth boxes c; smokes a,;d printed vffusioT.s declaring; that the war was duo to .i t.-rribe misimde -s'.vuh ig. Captured (iem:a:i officers were_ found m possession of proclamations asking tne Russians to end tho war. 'PRESSURE TELLING. r.ER-M AN REINFORCEMENTS GOING TO EAST FRONT. AMSTERDAM. January 13. Tho German railways are praet: rally jeserved until the ISt-h. irtst. for the tiv.ns-l-n-: of ti.tops. F-orei-n mibtacy attaches with the CrrTmans on tho i'.-vnt A SUPERFLUOUS THREAT. LONDON, January 14. Amsterdam r..".vsn,iwrs report that a G-rman orf.ccr said tliat if the G-man fops had to retire from their present coitions Belgium, would be devastated, because the men bad got beyor.d control. SLOW REALISATION. ENGLAND NOT EFFETE. •London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun' Serviws.) LONDON, January 13. Maximilian Harden, the well-known Berlin journalist, writing in 'Die Zuktinfit,' declares: '■Tommy has amazed ns all. Wo thought at first that he. was something funny from England : now wo all take him seriously." Ho comments bitterly on Britain's mastery of the sea and swallow ins Germany's lar.ee colonial terri-
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IS GERMANY DISHEARTENED?, Evening Star, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915
IS GERMANY DISHEARTENED? Evening Star, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915
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