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27th November 1915



In todays' Daily Telegraph:- According to the acting secretary of the Boy Scouts’ Association, between 15 and 20 thousand of their number are now serving in the forces – page 5
- The Serbs make an appeal to the Americans with the claim that three million of their number are suffering from starvation (page 6) and “shocking atrocities” are claimed to have been perpetrated upon them in an article on page 7
- The Bechstein Hall in London loses its music licence on the grounds its proprietors are alien enemies – page 6
- “Salonika today must be a sort of paradise for spies” claims an article on page 7 - Queen Mary and two of her children (including the future George VI) visit a factory manufacturing equipment for the army – page 8 - The British are back on the advance towards Baghdad – page 9 - More evidence for Turkish massacres of the Armenians appears on pages 9 and 10 - The number of marriages in the second quarter of 1915 is the highest quarterly figure since records began in 1837, but the number of births in the third quarter is the lowest-ever – page 10 - Plenty more on the resistance to increased drinking restrictions in London on page 10, with a leader on page 8 showing sympathy with the protestors, if not always their methods - The Prussian War Minister plans to ban Christmas greetings home from soldiers at the front, allegedly so they can’t express a wish for an early termination of the war – page 11 .

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