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6th December 1915





In todays Daily Telegraph: Not  much of particular note in today’s paper, but stories include: - The Archbishop of Canterbury and Lord Derby exchange correspondence on the place of the Clergy in Derby’s recruiting scheme – page 7 - The Allies reaffirm their commitment not a conclude a separate peace – page 9 - The latest report from Mesopotamia admits to heavy British losses and a forced withdrawal – page 9 - A. Beaumont is hopeful that at least of Serbia’s army has survived the invasion of that country – page 9 - The Americans reveal just how much Germany has spent on plots on that continent on page 9, whilst on the same page the latest plotters receive a year and a half in prison - Another eyewitness account of Turkish atrocities in Armenia appears on page 10 - More derision is heaped on Henry Ford’s “Peace Ark” as it sets sail – page 10


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