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Admiral Sir George A. Callaghan to be Commander-in-Chief at the Nore. Capture of more German trenches. The French Parliament meets, and M. Viviani, the Prime Minister, reviews the causes and course of the war, and reaffirms the policy of the Allies–” the prosecution of the war until the liberation of Europe is secured by a completely victorious peace.”