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15th December 1915






In todays Daily Telegraph: Not much of note in today’s paper, but some of the more notable stories are: - British sailors pay a visit to the trenches, reports Philip Gibbs on page 8 - David Lloyd George hits back at the New Statesman for claiming he described munitions factory workers as drunkards and shirkers – page 9 - The British forces in East Africa get a new commander in the shape of General Sir Horace Smith Dorrien – page 9, with a photo of the man in question on page 3 - Bulgaria claims “Macedonia is free” but the Allies still claim to be inflicting heavy losses on them in their withdrawal – page 9 - Some relaxation on the sale of alcohol in the afternoon is to be permitted in Christmas week, but there will be some curtailment on the railways during the festive season – both page 10 - A missionary who has returned from Jerusalem reports the Turks under German direction are assembling there for a campaign against Egypt – page 10 - Yet more on Armenian suffering on page 11


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