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" OXF. I\ KACJI CAMP." THE KAIi-KTTS PITTTRK. Corporal Rowlands. Army Scrvir* Oorpfi. writes to n friend : Tm writing this Iptmr in a bi's chateau in a very largo Kn-nch town. Within, a mile them's «i terrific battle going on, and us the- big guns tiro the housft shakes from foundation to roof; and what with tb<* rifle firft and Maxim guns at it all th« rime, the tioise is deafening. Our hoys lirivrt col, \hom in a. hit of a ho!<-\ T believe, but their numbers are so great that, as fast- n/i they are wiped out th<» devils come up again. The hospital? in this •town are. full up. French. Cfinian. and Knglish are. all together: the Hun? s;rt the same treatment as our fo.) }<■-•-' •> —no distinction when wounded. The mans have an enormous tnnnhcr of spies iihont, and ii. i« generally admitted thiit there is at ]ea,.sl one in every English tamp. Why. one of them dres««?d a* mi Ivuglisb nurse, and in a. motor with th« Tied Cross, on it- got through our lint*? FPVfiui times last wee!:. Our people, only (nm hied t-'i it when it. w;i.s too Jat<\ The. dovdV back in Berlin aitai'i now. I expert.

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SPIES EVERYWHERE, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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SPIES EVERYWHERE Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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