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————————— I I. UNTI__1917." 1 I KITCHENER'S REPORTED I PREDICTION. Lord Kitchener, on the occasion of his re- cent visit to Athens, repeated his prediction that the war will last for three years, accord- ing to a statement made for publication by M. Baluhchics, the Serbian Minister to Greece (says the Swiss correspondent of the Standard.") Lord Kitchener declared, says the Serbian diplomatist, that the preparations of the Allies will continue until the end of the second year of war, that is, until Aug-net, 1916, and that the third year of war, until the autumn of 1917, will be devoted to crush- ing the Germans and the Powers connected with them. M. Baluhchics added: "Perfect unity exists between the Allies regarding the Balkan cam- paign, which will not be abandoned; Lord Kitohener gave the most definite assurances on this point. England and France will give us all th?t we need in the way of guns and ammunition and other equipment. M, army, still a quarter of a million strong (50,000 by other accounts), will reform in the mountains, against which a German or Aus- trian or Bulgarian o.Tensive, if attempted, will break. Our Allies will continue their ,a at S-alor-ika for an concentration of troeps at Salonika for an advance from that direction. In a short time the Serbian army will move forward from its Albanian bases to co-operate in the liberation of Serbia:- I am an optimist. Our enemies cannot fight in all the theatres of war and still dominate the Balkans; their fantastic schsine for the conque-t of Egypt is likely to vanish into thin R. Th9 Russian M i-Illons Again. Lord Kitchener talked to me of the Kus- sian army. In the tprimg Russia, will have under arms no fewer than seven million men. Wait two or three more months and you will see. The Serbian army has lost all its field artillery, but its mountain artillery is intact, and nothing will be wanting in the way of equipment when the moment cornea to drive cur enemies out of Serbia. The Serbian nation is heroic and patient. Of all our enemies the Bulgarians are the most barbarous; they hare committed hor- rible and indescribable atrocities in occupy- ing Serbian territory

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