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The Germans make heavy artillery attacks in the hope of retaking Hill 60. Keetmanshoop, a central position in German South-West Africa, occupied by Union forces. Mr. Asquith, speaking at Newcastle, said the supply of munitions required mutuality of sacrifice between men, masters, and taxpayers. Mr. Lloyd George (replying to questions in Parliament) says:-“The Government are not of opinion there is any ground for believing that the war will be more successfully prosecuted by means of conscription.”

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