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26th October 1915


In todays' Daily Telegraph;  The French Relief Fund appears to be proving a popular cause – a list of donors in the classified advertisements takes up over half of page 1 and all of page 2
- Certain publications of the Labour Party are ordered to be destroyed after a court hearing reported on page 4
- Philip Gibbs’ latest despatch form the front concerns the readying for another winter campaign – page 7
- An eyewitness account of the Armenian massacres appears on page 7 - An interview with the German Governor-General of Belgium in a German paper gives rise to some “remarkable claims” over what is happening there – page 7 - A good day for French troops on page 9, with “brilliant success” reported in the Champagne against the Germans, and a “severe check” inflicted on the Bulgarians in Serbia - George V pays a visit to his army in France, and the papers are authorised to report this fact – page 9 - Austria launches an air raid on Venice, but fortunately most of the bombs are reported to have fallen into the lagoons – page 9 - The German Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs defends its execution of Edith Cavell to an American journalist, as donations to the Shilling Fund more than double in one day – pages 9 and 10. He might also have to explain how a man attached to the Foreign Office staff has been arrested in the possession of explosives in America in due course (page 11)

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