THE SWISS MOBILISATION.
GERMAN PLANS FOILED.
London, September IS.
The Standard's Geneva correspondent shows that Germany intended to cross Swiss territory in order to turn the fortress of Belfort. This project was defeated by the extraordinary rapidity of the Swiss mobilisation, which was completed within 48 hours. LIST OF KILLED. NOTABLE NAMES. (Received September 20, 7.20 p.m.) London, September 18. Lord John Hamilton was killed when fighting with the Irish Guards. The list of the killed also includes the name of Captain D. Stewart, who was imprisoned some two years ago with Captain Trench for espionage in Germany.
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THE SWISS MOBILISATION., New Zealand Herald, Volume LI, Issue 15719, 21 September 1914
THE SWISS MOBILISATION. New Zealand Herald, Volume LI, Issue 15719, 21 September 1914
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