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PRISONERS AND I GUNS.

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PRISONERS AND I GUNS. Welcome Russian Success. Enemy Driven Back Southwards. Heavy Firing Near Ypres. TWO ZEPPELINS DESTROYED. (Press Association War Special.) PARIS, Thursday Afternoon. The night was calm on the whole of the trout. BRITISH GENERAL HEAD- QUARTERS, 0 FRANCE, 8.47 p.m. In the neighbourhood of Souchez and in the southern half of the Ypres salient the enemy artillery was very active dur- ing the morning. Elsewhere intermittent artillery activ- ity has continued on both sides. GERMAN REPORT. I. (Admiralty, per Wireless Press.) BERLIN, Wednesday, Jan. 3. j With the improving light lively art.il-1 lery activity developed in the afternoon in the Meuse region. In Bois-de-Pretre patrols of the 93rd Landwehr Infantry Regiment penetrated as far as the third line of French trenches, and returned with twelve prisoners after having destroyed the defensive works.

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