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29th November 1915





In todays' Daily Telegraph: G. Ward Price was able to report today on the British troops doing their bit for Serbia, with a report from that country about the troops’ experiences in Macedonia on page 9. However, G. J. Stevens from Athens gave the impression that it might be too little too late, given his claim on the same page that “the end of Serbia has come,” which suggested the “German boasts” over on page 10 might be justifiable. Also in today’s paper - The Government issues a bill prohibiting increases in rent and mortgage interest are prohibited in certain areas – page 7 - An article on page 10 shows that 462 Old Etonians have been killed since the outbreak of war; the institution’s St Andrew’s day sports are also deemed worthy of an article on page 11 - “Daring Parachute Descent” on page 7 and “Naval Airman’s Feat” on page 10 tell the same story, which isn’t very clever - The paper clearly has little time for peace groups in the USA, given the headline and tone to the report “Peacemongers in the United States” on page 11-



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