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PUSHING ENEMY BACK. I

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PUSHING ENEMY BACK. I Paris, Tuesday.—As the l'ocevt com-1 muniques have shown, the fighting in i'rance and Belgium has lately been in- creasing in violence. It is etated on excellent authority that a general offensive was taken in earnest three or four days agD Taking advantage of the fact that the best Ger- man troops had been transports to the Polish frontier, the Allies decided on a bold forward movement. They have hitherto mad", exceedingly rood progress, though they may expect to encounter more formidable resistance in a week's time, when the Germans are Kpected to bring back their reinforce- agents from the East. Enemy Soldiers Breaking Down. I Amsterdam.—The Berlin correspondent of the Nieuwe Rotterdams* he Courant" described the serious effect of the war on the morale of German ofifcers. Cases of nervous breakdown are frequent. They are encountered everywhere—in hospitals among the wounded, and in the streets, and even, among the un uniformed public. In the cafee there are many oiffcers who have returned to Berlin to recover from exhaustion or wounds, and who re main hanging on there because their nervous condition does not allow of their return to the front. At this moment there are 3,000 officers fcn Berlin unable to return to the front. They were recently called together ami strongly admonished in the Emperor's uame to pull themselves together and act to allow themselves to remain too Long out of the service of the Fatherland. Complaints are also- made of negligence In dress, even by officers wearing the Iron Cross: The Kaiser insists on officers presenting a correct appearance.— "Times War Telegram.

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