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THE GREAT WAR BLOG

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29th December 1915

Posted on 14 January, 2016 at 8:15










In todays Daily Telegraph: A very quiet day newswise today, so straight to the digest: - The correspondence concerning the serious shortage of medical men caused by the needs of the army comes on a close on page 9, with a leader on the subject on page 6 - A French liner is sunk by an Austrian submarine, whose crew jeer the survivors – page 7 - More on the havoc caused by the weather reported the previous day on page 7 - Gabriele d’Annunzio writes of his mine-laying adventures on page 8 - Germans shoot a Christmas pudding waved above a British trench – page 8 - A report on page 8 from British headquarters claims those sceptical that official reports are telling the truth would be convinced of their accuracy if they came out to the front. Well it would say that, wouldn’t it? It also relays the necessity for more military bands to provides stimulus

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