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AERIAL SCOUTS. I A BRITISH SOLDIER'S INTERESTING EXPERIENCES. (PRESS ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL,) Paris.âIn the Boulevard St. Germain I yesterday, I had a few minutes' talk with n British soldier who had just come in i from the front. He borrowed a pencil in order to write a few -postcards to friends in England. He was dftlight^d to have an oppor- tunity to do so, at; he was returning al- most immediately to the fröht, ",he his military duties Iftave little time for cor- respondence, Though naturally reticent about the names of places and people, he vohmfeered the information' that the I Germans have Wge numbers of aeroplanes for scouting, but so have the British. A German aeroplane was brought down a few days ago by the British. He said that the Uhlans had been the chief opponents of the British forces, aud the losses of the former in the recent en- counter must have been terrible. He was much interested to hear about the Ger- man aeroplane which flew over Paris, the news of which had not reached the front. Like all the soldiers whom I have met since landing at Boulogne a few days ago, he was unaffectedly cheerful.

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