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{Australian and N.Z. Cable Association (Received Nov. 6, 11.20 a.m.) LONDON, -Nov. 5. Practically- the wholes front between Guise and the Scheldt has advanced a 'mile to twoi miles. Fighting is proceeding at Le Quesnoy, where the position is obscure. The enemy is heavily coun-ter-attacking from Mormal forest, the southerp part whereof we penetrated for a mile. , . 1 Tlio French line now runs along the southern Ardennes canal. The FrancoA— Br i canß 4j. e within ten miles of the 1. . V u yon-Mezieres-Hirscai railway.

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BRITISH AND FRENCH FRONTS., Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLV, Issue 14754, 6 November 1918

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BRITISH AND FRENCH FRONTS. Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLV, Issue 14754, 6 November 1918

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