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GERMAN OFFENSIVE ATI HAND.

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FIRST SERVICE IN JERUSA LEJI CONDUCTED BY A WELSHMAN. Impressions of Jerusalem are con- tained in a letter written by the Rev. H: IL Frank Williams, M.C., vicar of St. Matthews, Pontypridd, who is serving as a chaplain with tho forces to one of the officers of his church. He adds:—"It will interest you to know I held the first service in Jerusalem after the British occupation. "I do hope and pruv we may not lose the prize when it is within our grasp by making a hurried and patched up peace. Better another tv*o years of this war than to end it now, and in tho next generation see our sons and daughters dragged into another such inferno. I am certain all the fighting men will say Amen to that. "The men are marvellous, and whnt you people at home forget is that they have been fighting and roughing it now for three months without a break. Here it is not like France, three days of hell, and then comforta ble billets, baths, change of clothes, etc. It is open fighting, no proteeting trenches. j True, tho artillery is wpak compared to what they have on the western front but tile small .arm fire is heavier. Think of all this—wet and oold, and the strain of war; often every rag soaked [ for two or three days, cjnthes and blankets, and no fire to dry them. And the poor fellows sometimes get letters from home in which 'their folks con- gratulate them on being out there in- I stead of in France j

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