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FIGHTING ROUND SOISSONS.

STRUGGLE FOR VREGNY PLATEAU ARTiLLERY AND THE BAYONET. FRANCE'S IMITIAL GAIN. GEHiAMY'S ULTIMATE SUCCESS. Pres* Association—By Telegraph—Copyright.

AMSTERDAM. January 18. A Garman account of the battle of Soiseons states that I ieuera! A'on Locicw wa> m command. Prior to the battle the opposing trenches were near each other at the top of the wooded height overlooking Crony. The forces were also entrenched in trie quarries forming the western spurs ..*" tilt c k i\ ihi u ibFiuuli utill t\ i \ 11 p ) t"d o i th - * edge <t t 1 | l i i (i tn o i Uu: on th ti ! i) i d n ion i uliti iiw 11 tlu lint I i m ti \i ( t l 1 111 i n lln i m 1) \ \ u 111 11 ( -i ii in 1 i „ i \ i tint it b tli bo-runJn ri it t i ' ' On In n \ 7th lino hn_ 1 uid CvC i t en t' tiei i Hi aw li„ tin o' pile n i ,n i \ i ti i\ nil ill t Ull L ' _kt iw, ti i 1 Mtl lit 1 \ i * 1 \i\ \ \ 'he Geit ni i t' ' th it t ti ot at t . n, th ' d , t t ua 1 the 11 \ ition i JI " fii hj hj immi oi \ 1 < i ! ih t ni m n c fi ed 1 ) i hj tin i•■ t ro u i hj hj i i ip; it 1 f r * , in ! ti i tntl linn i ui \ it }, 11 ti )i„ nnt i' nit t b I nrs ii iii 1l" Cermi iii i l"t ii ho it <J "d Tic u I i n i n A upu < d t' -> tilt u x Th n 1 t in it in 1 t i * * ii t i t nin t i n tl i n i d li" ' i t th ptlo rmi It tii C 1 ,'t in w ear t i 1 1 o i tn tfe i ' t) ti I ( t t In ith id i*. ii. t ( in in ,hj i o t ) ' I't l iti^i c 1 Git litr 'ii Ii 't u tnnll f 1 1 k ti -i i t t u 1 i i t t >i a • nt li 1 i t i 1 r K et i a in ti batt't r 1 and O -) 1 -> 1 I ' \ 1 l It' tIL 0 rtr r - A! , TOAA'N BOMBARDED. ' Times ' nnc! Svtlnev ' Sun ' Services.) LOXl'lOX'; January 17. .nefiigees state'that lite German bombardment of S->i.--i>iis did not spare the ii'i!b:;!ances or hosnita'.-s. Seventy-live bio rhclU -truck the caliiediTi!. COST OP THE OFFENSIVE. AMSTERDAM. January IS. A comnr.mioiie. from Berlin states that in the four weeks since. General Jo fire published a general order U> attack the French lost, 26.G00 ni'.'-A and 17.560 prisoners, while 107.010 were v.-re.mded, exclusive fit" the sjei;, with..et any substantial tinvatitat;.? ociug gamed. The Germans lost a quarter as matiy in (he same period.

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FIGHTING ROUND SOISSONS., Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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FIGHTING ROUND SOISSONS. Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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