Monthly Archives: June, 2015

The Word from the Front, 25 June 1915

RUSSIANS HURL GERMANS BACK ON THE DNIESTER Some of Linsingen’s Army, After Terrific Four-Day Battle, Are Driven Across the River. LOSSES CALLED ENORMOUS Army from Lemberg Also Halted in Attempt at Great Flanking Movement. GERMANS ADMIT REVERSES Say Foe is Sacrificing Troops with Desperate Recklessness in Bessarabia as Well as Galicia Special Cable to THE […]

The Word From the Front, 23 June 2015

From the New York Times, 24 June 2015 FIRED THIRTY-SIX TONS OF SHOT INTO DUNKIRK But Germans’ Bombardment at 20-Mile Range Caused No Panic. DUNKIRK,  June 23.  (via Paris, June 24.)–Thirty-six  tons of explosives and metal ,were  fired into  Dunkirk yesterday from the German position somewhere behind Dixmude. Several  civilians  were  killed   or wounded, and […]