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BRITISH WORKERS TO I I VISIT THE FRONT. J 300 TO BE TAKEN OUT EVERY I I WEEK. I The Secretary of the Wa.r Office makes the following announcement: During the past year arrangements were made for several parties repre- sentative of Labour to pay visits to the British front in France. This opportunity of seeing something of tiie magnitude of the task which is being tackled with so much success by the British Armies in France was greatly appreciated by these visitors, and it enabled them to give some ac- count of their oomrades at home to the immense organisation required to maintain a modern army in the tield and of the indomitable spirit shown by our men in the fighting line. Arrangements have now been made by which a largely increased number of these visitors can be accommodated in France, and a. committee of selec- tion has been appointed with repre- sentatives of all the departments con- cerned upon it. Two parties, each con- sisting of about 25, will proceed to France' for a tour of inspection on every day of the week,' Sundays ex- cepted. The two parties will be con- veyed to various places of interest in the British zone. Rest houses have been arranged at suitable points along the route, and the parties will spend the evenings at these. This scheme will allow of some 300 British workers visiting the front each week, ind they will be able from first-hand knowledge to tell their fel- low-workers at home of the spirit, the efficiency, the endurance, and the needs of our troops -n France.

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