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2nd Nvember 1915


In todays' Daily Telegraph;was a day of looking back today, with Sir John French’s despatch concerning the Battle of Loos on page 12 the major article, followed by Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett revisiting the naval side of the Dardanelles campaign on pages 9 and 10 (and there was another report from the Anzac troops there on page 11), whilst the sum raised by street collections on “Our Day” in London on October 21 was announced to have raised £32,000 (page 11). In the current situation more advances for the Central Powers in Serbia took second fiddle to a recovering King George V’s return from France (both page 9). Also in today’s paper
- If readers weren’t quite up to speed over the destroyed Tiepolo in Venice (see October 28) Sir Claude Phillips provides assistance on page 7
- The “chief conspirator in the judicial murder of Nurse Cavell,” whose policy in Belgium is described as one of “super-frightfulness and terrorism” leaves the country – page 9
- A reader laments in a letter on page 10 Wandsworth council banning the lending of fiction from its libraries for the duration of the war
- A letter on page 11 calls for better facilities to be arranged for soldiers detrained at London Victoria in the middle of the night


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