By Frank Arthur Mumby
The tale of the good conflict.
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On the other still farther south, his resistance to stiff- what may not improbably have been throughout their chief objective the knot of railways and roads about Kolomea, Stanislau, and Halicz. It was because they had never thoroughly held this region in 1914-15 that their Carpathian campaign had been so unproductive. If — Reoro;anizino- the they could conquer it now they would establish themselves on solid rock; would continually threaten the Austrian communications with their main Hungarian bases, and they would have a base themselves for subsequent combined operations with Roumania.
Ever\- device had been adopted to make the In most sectors front Russian-proof there were five consecutive lines ot trenches; the dug-outs were made on the pattern of the Western front; the communications behind the trench lines were scientifically efficient; field railways were continually being extended; on the roads enforced labour In the marshy had been lavished. re-'ions of \'olhvni,i cordurov roads ol riie and Tsar rated. '\n the last-named asset the commanders held always a master-card. A German general once said that the nation with the strongest nerves would win.
Saving Kut for the relief force. this, as they learnt from the mander They done - in - Chief, was But Com- impossible. had, they were assured, already and having no a fight which could annihilation, they were their duty fully, strength left for further only mean ordered by the Commander-in-Chief of the army of which General Townshend's division formed a part, to negotiate for surrender. Proof of this is contained in General Townshend's limit of the comDumiqui the remainder of the gallant crew, including five wounded, to be prisoners of war.