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18th November 1915


In todays' Daily Telegraph; Although the Serbs were making a heroic stand, offset by an article further down the page that the Bulgars had forced a pass, King George V expressed shock at the sinking of a hospital ship after hitting the mine, and a Swedish torpedo-boat came to the rescue of a British merchant ship under attack in Swedish waters from a German destroyer (all page 9), the fact that the banner headline on page 9 and leader on page 8 concentrate on the fact the Allies were having a war council in Paris demonstrated the relative paucity of anything particularly new or notable in today’s paper, despite a typically evocative article by Philip Gibbs on his visit to the French front on page 10..

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