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If he does employ this army. my own opinion is that he is more likely to do so south of the Caucasus, towards Turkey and Irak rather than towards the Balkans, because an advance in the Balkans would not be to the advantage of Germany and. secondly, It would antagonise Mussolini.
and at the same time help the Government's antiwhispering campaign. A Manchester cotton firm has designed a "Keep it dark" handkerchief which will be on sale in the North-east shortly. A percentage of the price of every handkerchief will be laid aside' for the War Comforts Fund,
(By COMMANDER H. PURSEY, R.N.) F INLAND'S decision to make peace Nvith Russia after three months of magnificent resistance has removed for the time being the Russian threat to Sweden and Norway. It is in this light that the decision of these two countries not to allow British an
Shanghai. Saturday. Two armed Chinese 'fried to shoot Mr Godfrey Phillips, Secretary-General of the Shanghai Municipal Council, as he was driving to his office to-day. Mr Phillips. whose home town is at Wooten-under-Edge. Gloucestershire, stated in an interview: " Two Chinese pu
DEAD Lune St Agnes. Cornwall, labourer ;he uo:ice wished to interview ionowing tile death of his wife Mr lit atriet• Laura Wills. was found dead this morning :n a garden half a mile from his home. \lr , WI wh.. 50. was found dead with head intin on Thursday in the two-monied hom
. border, the front is gmesally quiet, said the French andel wireless eonunentatsr to-day. French heavy artillery pounded German villages used as billeting centres and starting point for patrols. says M. Charles Morice, military correspondent of "Petit Parisien." They are betwee