WESTERN THEATRE: Information, Please

Humpty France and Dumpty Germany continued sitting on their walls last week. Neither had a great fall and neither required more horses or men. The French did some digging in and dragged up some heavy artillery back of Perl at their supposedly "weak" corner by the Luxembourg frontier, where the right flank of a German assault would be protected by neutral territory. They sent about 1,000 men charging up a hill southwest of Pirmasens beside the Hornbach salient, but the Germans counterattacked and the French, after using planes to strafe their assailants for the first time in this...

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