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H.M.S. Goliath torpedoed in the Dardanelles, only 20 officers and about 160 men being saved. Anti-German demonstrations in London more serious than on previous days; and at Southend the military are called out. General Botha and the British South African forces occupy Windhuk, the capital of German South-West Africa. The Committee, of which Lord Bryce was chairman, appointed to report on outrages committed by German troops during the war finds that “Murder, lust, and pillage prevailed over many parts of Belgium on a scale unparalleled in any war between civilized nations during the last three centuries.”

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