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8th November 1915


In todays' Daily Telegraph; - The Parliamentary Recruiting Committee now issues a leaflet in a form of a catechism for canvassers working on the Earl of Derby’s scheme – page 7
- A Serbian victory over Bulgaria in Macedonia, in which the country was assisted by British and French troops, is announced on page 9, which offsets the fall of its war capital
- The Government reiterates that Lord Kitchener has not resigned but is visiting the Eastern theatre or war – page 9, and a leader on page 8 has no truck with the rumour-mongers who have been saying otherwise
- As Greece gets a new Cabinet E. J. Dillon’s analysis of the situation in the country reveals that that their King, Constantine, is regarded there as the foremost military strategist in the world – page 9 - America sends a note to the Allied governments protesting over their blockade policies towards ships trading with Germany – pages 9 and 10 - Philip Gibbs feels able to write more on the Battle of Loos now Sir John French has published his official despatch on it – page 10 - Sarah Bernhardt returns to the Paris stage for the first time since her leg amputation – page 10

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