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Excerpt from Stead's Review, Vol. 49: April 6, 1918

As far as the object of the offensive is concerned. That should have disclosed itself before these lines appear. The fact that the hostile forces are driving towards Amiens shows. Of course. That the immediate goal is to div... Læs mere

Excerpt from Stead's Review, Vol. 49: April 6, 1918

As far as the object of the offensive is concerned. That should have disclosed itself bef... Læs mere

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Excerpt from Stead's Review, Vol. 49: April 6, 1918

As far as the object of the offensive is concerned. That should have disclosed itself before these lines appear. The fact that the hostile forces are driving towards Amiens shows. Of course. That the immediate goal is to divide the British and French armies. But as such a division would not end the war it can only be regarded as a preliminary move. Assuming it successful what will follow? Haxe the enemy strength enough to latmch a terrific offensive against the French. Whilst holding up the British and preventing them from sending help to their Ally? It is difficult to say. But that the enemy object is to deal a heavy blow at the French seems certain. It may be that this will be directed at Paris. But it is more likely to be aimed against the field army. The Germans always try to put an army out of action rather than capture towns, for only by destroying its power of resistance can a nation be crushed. The Allied answer to the German advance is hourly expected. But thus far it has not been given. The: reported drive against Arras proves that despite their terrific efforts the Germans are still strong and formid able, are able to continue their advance. And at the same time organise new drives against the British in the north and the French in the south. Our papers naturally minimise the German success, but are obliged to admit the gravity of the posi tlon.

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