MORE ZEPPELINS . SAID TO BE MAKING INLAND. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, January 22. (Received January at. 1.35 p.m.) Some Zeppelins, the number of which is unknown, passed Cromer (Norfolk) at 10.30 a.m., proceeding inland. A MESSENGER OF PEACE. AGREE WITH (GERMANY AND LEAVE BRITAIN. LONDON, January 22. (Received January 25. at .1.1.5 p.m.) Router's Paris correspondent advises tha'; a. French, non-commissioned officer w!k- was taken prisoner at St. Milviel.was furnished with a forged Belgian pa-ssport, civilian clothes, and a large sum of money, and. then sent to France via. Switzerland to or2.ani.se a peace propaganda. Tho Socialist leader Ludekim interviewed liim, and argued that- France, was -wrong in serving Great Britain's interests. and that it would be better to arrange "for a separate- underetamlintr with Germany. He also thought, with the action «,f xh" Socialists in both countries, there, was a, possibility of fomenting a revolution, in Southern France. The oiiicer is- of opinion that other prisoners have been repatriated on tlie same errand. Miss Ang-elo has sent us lis for the Belgian relief fund.
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THE WAR, Evening Star, Issue 15708, 23 January 1915
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