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DUELLING IN THE GERMAN I ARMY.

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DUELLING IN THE GERMAN I ARMY. Berlin, Sunday.—An incident is reported from Saxony which has aroused great interest in military circles. A young lieutenant attached to a regi- ment stationed in the country, while under the in- fluence of drink, struck an officer belonging to the same regiment. The following day the aggrieved officer sent a comrade to ask why the blow had been struck. The young lieutenant, who remem- bered nothing of the incident, tendered his apolo- gies, which were accepted. Nevertheless, the matter was referred to the decision of the officers df another regiment, composing a court of honour, and the officer who was struck and accepted the apologies offered was dismissed from the Army on the ground that he had sent a comrade to the offender with an intimation that a peaceful settle- ment would be welcome. The colonel of the regi- ment, m announcing the decision of the court to the officers, appeared much agitated, and said, "I can only advise you, gentlemen, in all cases, to challenge, at any rate, to a duel with swords." -» ——————

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