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Great War

Montag. 15. März 1915

Die Ausgabe von Brotkarten wird für das gesamte Deutsche Reich verbindlich vorgeschrieben.
Auf Anordnung des Bundesrates findet im Deutschen Reich eine Zählung des Schweinebestandes statt.
Im Deutschen Reich tritt eine Verordnung über eine Beschränkung des privaten Autoverkehrs in Kraft. Eine Fahrerlaubnis wird nur noch bei einem öffentlichen Interesse erteilt.

Kitchener discusses the war situation in House of Lords, he expresses anxiety over supply of war materials and blames labor unions and dram shops in part for the slow output; he praises the Canadian and Indian troops and the French Army; passport rules for persons going to France are made more stringent.
In his speech delivered in the House of Lords on March 15, 1915, Earl Kitchener calls upon the whole nation to work, not only in supplying the manhood of the country to serve in the ranks, but in supplying the necessary arms, ammunition, and equipment for successful operations in various parts of the world.
Großes Hauptquartier, 15. März

Westlicher Kriegsschauplatz: Westende-Bad wurde gestern von zwei feindlichen Kanonenbooten wirkungslos beschossen.
Ein Angriff auf eine von Engländern besetzte Höhe südlich von Ypern machte gute Fortschritte.
Französische Teilangriffe nördlich von Le Mesnil (Champagne) wurden unter schweren Verlusten für den Feind zurückgeschlagen.
In den Vogesen wird an einzelnen Stellen noch gekämpft.
Östlicher Kriegschauplatz: Die Anzahl der russischen Gefangenen aus den Kämpfen nördlich des Augustower Waldes hat sich auf 5400 erhöht.
Nördlich und nordöstlich von Prasznysz griffen die Russen mit starken Kräften an. Alle Angriffe scheiterten unter schweren Verlusten für den Feind.
Südlich der Weichsel keine Veränderung.
Oberste Heeresleitung.
Wien, 15. März, mittags. Amtlich wird verlautbart:
Im westlichen Abschnitt der Karpathenfront ist der gestrige Tag ruhig verlaufen. Nördlich des Uzsoker Passes kam es zu ernsteren Kämpfen. Starke russische Kräfte griffen hier mittags an und drangen bis nahe an unsere Stellungen vor, wo sie sich zunächst behaupteten. Ein nachmittags von unseren Truppen überraschend durchgeführter Gegenangriff warf den Feind an der ganzen Front nach heftigem Kampf zurück, wobei vier Offiziere und 500 Mann gefangen genommen wurden. Auch an den eigenen Stellungen beiderseits des Ovortales wurde erbittert gekämpft. Der Gegner, der am Stryj weitere Verstärkungen herangeführt hatte, griff seit einigen Tagen wiederholt mit starken Kräften im Tale und an den begleitenden Höhen an. Alle diese Versuche, gegen die Paßhöhen Raum zu gewinnen scheiterten unter den schwersten Verlusten. Der gestern erfolgte Angriff, der wieder in unserem Feuer völlig zusammenbrach, dürfte mit Rücksicht auf die großen Verluste, die der Gegner erlitt, kaum wiederholt werden. 1000 Gefangene brachten diese Kämpfe ein.
An den Stellungen südlich des Dnjestr wird gekämpft. Ein von unseren Truppen angesetzter Gegenangriff gewann Raum. Die Russen wurden in mehreren Frontabschnitten zurückgedrängt.
In Polen und Westgalizien fand nur Geschützkampf statt.
Der Stellvertreter des Chefs des Generalstabes. v. Hoefer, Feldmarschalleutnant.
Отъ штаба Верховнаго Главнокомандующаго 2 марта
 Между Неманом и Вислой бои ведутся лишь в долинах Омулева и Оржица и на праснышском направлении, в общем на фронте около 50-ти верст. Попытки неприятеля продвинуться всюду отражены. Наши войска, перейдя 28-го февраля в контратаку, овладели несколькими селениями.
  На прочих районах праваго берега Вислы — только огневой бой.
  В Карпатах сильная вьюга.
  В районе Лупковскаго перевала мы продвинулись вперёд и взяли свыше 600 пленных при 14-ти офицерах и 6-ти пулемётах.
  На фронте Раббе–Радзеюв–Студенне австрийцы продолжают попытки прервать наш фронт, но несут тяжёлыя потери.
В районе Козювки и Рожанки германцы вновь вели непрерывныя яростныя атаки на наши позиции. Атаки эти однако повсюду отражены с громадным для неприятеля уроном. При контратаке нами захвачено несколько сот пленных.
  В Восточной Галиции мы легко отбили повторныя атаки неприятеля близ селения Незвиска, на Днестре; при этом один австрийский батальон был совершенно рассеян нашей контратакой.
  Под Перемышлем мы овладели нечаянным нападением неприятельскими позициями у селения Малковице. Занимавший эти позиции австрийский батальон взят в плен.

Lundi 15 mars
Une escadrille anglaise a bombardé efficacement Westende en Flandre.
Les résultats des succès obtenus par les Anglais à Neuve-Chapelle sont plus considérables qu'on ne l’avait cru d’abord. Le nombre des prisonniers s’est encore accru. En Champagne, nous nous sommes fortement installés sur les lignes des crêtes enlevées à l’ennemi. En Argonne, nons avons pris 300 mètres de tranchées entre le Four-de-Paris et Bolante et repoussé deux contre-attaques. Une autre attaque a été refoulée aux Eparges, sur les Hauts-de-Meuse; une autre encore, au nord de Badonviller, en Lorraine.
La nouvelle tentative ébauchée par von Hindenburg dans la région de Prasznisch, en Pologne, n’a pas réussi.
Les forts de Gallipoli, dans les Dardanelles, ont été presque détruits par les obus du grand superdreadnought anglais, le Queen Elisabeth. Le bombardement de Smyrne est toujours très intense et le gouverneur de la ville a donné l’ordre de départ à tous les non-combattants.
On a acquis la conviction à Rome que l’Allemagne prêchait la révolte en Tripolitaine et vendait des fusils français aux Libyens. Cet acte de duplicité et de trahison irrite vivement les journaux de la Péninsule.
L’Eitel-Frédéric est réparé dans le port de Virginie où il est entré. Mais on ignore à quel moment et comment il en pourra sortir.
De nouvelles polémiques se sont ouvertes entre les journaux allemands au sujet des conditions de la paix.
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Russians opened a counter-offensive against German Armeegruppe Gallwitz along both banks of the Orzec River.

  Штаб III ак приказал 1-й гвард. кд занять и дефиле у Бомбеники, отчего туда 2.III. были отправлены кирасиры Ея В. с ротой пехоты и взводом 4-й батареи.
  Герм. командование после контр-удара его 10-й армией начало отвод её корпусов на исходные позиции.
  На участке дивизии воцарилось спокойствие.

  Телеграмма г. Янушкевича, от 2 (15) марта за № 8762… „Верховный Гл-щий просит доставить Ваши соображения по вопросу о том, какие конечные цели имеются ввиду Вами доставить армиям вверенного Вам фронта на правом берегу Вислы и какие районы Вы считаете необходимым закрепить за собою на фронте между Неманом и Вислою для достижения поставленной Вам задачи; по занятию выгодного положения для активной обороны p.p. Бобра и Нарева. Его Императорское Высочество считает, что в настоящее время мы не можем задаваться на правом берегу Вислы более широкими задачами, и что Вам необходимо, заняв избранные Вами районы, прочно закрепить таковые за Вами, собрать необходимые резервы для возможности соответствующих контр-манёвров в случае нового наступления противника и все силы и энергию обратить на укомплектование войск и восстановление тех из них, кои при отступлении десятой армии вышли из боев, сохранив состав едва достаточный в качестве кадров“.
  Ставка как бы сетует на неопределенность задачи, поставленной г.-ад. Рузским правобережным армиям в на неясность конечной цели их действий.

Russischer Durchbruchsversuch südlich des Dnjestr in Richtung Kolomea verlustreich gescheitert.
On the Southwest Front, Russian counter-attacks broke the Austro-Hungarian center near Smolnik in the Carpathians.
Russians capture the chief eastern defense of Przemysl, three miles from the heart of the defense system, Austrian troops which held the position leaving many guns in the snow; the siege ring is now drawn tighter; battle is on in Bukowina; there is fighting among the ice fields of the Carpathians.

At Petrograd, French Ambassador Paleologue was instructed by his government to inform the Russians on the compensation France expected to receive in Syria, Cilicia and Palestine when considering peace terms to be imposed on Turkey by the Allies in the event of their victory.

Georges Maurice Paléologue Понедельник, 15 марта 1915 года
  Французское правительство, обсудив условия мира, которые союзники должны будут предписать Турции, поручает мне сообщить русскому правительству о компенсациях, которые Франция желает получить в Сирии.
  Император, который находится в Ставке, приглашает меня там с ним встретиться, чтобы обсудить вопрос; он приглашает также Сазонова.

  Дело о производстве следствия о С.М. Блинкевич, обвиняемой в шпионаже. Имеется пропуск на выезд на имя Блинкевич из г. Плоцка /на нем. яз./ и записка со сведениями о военных позициях /на польс. яз./
  Дело о производстве следствия о Е.Д. Янишевской и А.Ф. Пендзинской, заподозренных в шпионаже

  Съёмка А.Г. Лембергом и А.О. Дранковым похорон С.Ю. Витте.
  АО «А.О. Дранков и Ко» выпустило двухсерийный фильм Ю.М. Юрьевского «Похождения знаменитого международного авантюриста корнета Н.Г. Савина, графа Тулуз де Лотрека». Главную роль в картине сыграл сам Савин.

Ники 2-го марта. Понедельник.
День простоял серый, по временам шёл снег, но таяло. В 10 час. пошёл в домик на доклад. Потом посидел с Георгием в его вагоне. Завтракали кроме других ещё Сазонов и ген. По, вернувшийся из Галиции. Сделал обычную прогулку вокруг леса. После чая принял Сазонова; читал и писал до обеда. Вечером поиграл в кости.

Tyneside Irish in training By March 1915 24th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers had 1737 men, they were now training in Alnwick, Northumberland. Nearly 70% of those were from mining communities in County Durham. [М-м-мдя-а, несладко было жить шахтёрам вылыкай амперии…]

6th London Brigade RFA Depart for France 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery, formerly 6th County of London Brigade RFA, Territorial Force. The Brigade left Hemel Hempstead by sections, starting with the 16th Battery at 2045, (15th March 1915). They departed at intervals of about 2 hours and entrained on arrival at Berkhamstead. Each section, on reaching Southampton, embarked forthwith.
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Sapper Wilfred Sellars, Royal Engineers, Service #29560.
Counter attack enabled us to gain back most of trenches but failed to re-take crossroads. Good reply to our Neuve-Chappelle victory.
Weather misty, consequently quiet.
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Sgt Bernard Joseph Brookes, ‘Queen’s Westminster Rifles’
Monday 15th March was a bright clear day, and I accepted an invitation of some artillery signallers to go to the artillery observation Post, (the position of which, for obvious reasons, I must refrain from stating), and with the aid of a powerful telescope managed to see many objects of interest. The observation station was very tall, and one could see over obstacles, and watch men working both in our and the Germs trenches.
We were shelling the Germs position and it was very interesting to watch the result of the explosion of the shells, whilst an officer corrected the range.
There was a large Germ party about 800 yards behind their line, and we were able to scatter them, leaving a few on the ground.
By this time the Germs had commenced defensive operations, and through the scope I counted no less than eight lines of trenches, with a great thickness of barbed wire in front, which shows what a big task it is to advance any long distance.
Carts, cycles, ambulances, etc were moving behind the Germs lines, and on my enquiring why we permitted this, I was informed that it was not worth while wasting a shell in the hope of catching one or two men, and another reason was that we could not afford to use the shells. This did not make me feel too comfortable, as an infantry man likes to think that the artillery has plenty of ammunition to “back him up” in the event of trouble. Thank goodness that this state of affairs has now been altered.
In the evening I repaired the wire in the reserve trench connecting us with the mountain battery.
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At three o’clock in the morning the British counter-attack was organised and dispatched. The night was misty, and the scene of the assault upon the village was one of the most picturesque that had been seen on the Western side. By the light of blazing houses great columns of men emerged from the darkness and flung themselves upon the barricades which the Germans had erected in the streets of St. Éloi itself. By daylight our men had retaken all they had lost, and the grey of dawn broke upon this terrible little village where dead men lay in every conceivable position, and where the dull, red glow of burning buildings spoke eloquently of that awful night’s work.
The British had retaken the village; they had re-occupied most of the trenches to the east of the village, and all those that were not re-occupied by us were either broken up or untenanted by the enemy. This German attack, which was delivered in considerable force and was designed to throw back the British line to where it had been before they advanced through Neuve Chapelle, had proved a costly failure.
Altogether the German losses in four days’ fighting were estimated at 18,000.

French capture trenches north of Arras; Germans drive back British south of Ypres; Germans meet reverse at Neuve Chapelle; it is announced that the French recently won a victory at Combres; French and British are preparing for a general offensive; the first installment is given out from French official sources of a historical review of the war, from the French viewpoint, covering the first six months.
Prussian losses to date (excluding Bavarian, Württemberg, Saxon, and naval losses) are 1,050,029 in killed, wounded, and missing.

Englische Höhenstellung bei St. Eloi genommen. Battle of St Eloi continues; British regain the village.

Flanders: British 27th Division regain lost ground at St Eloi, repulse fresh German attack on March 17.

Well-directed and vigorous counter-attacks, in which the troops of the Fifth Army Corps showed great bravery and determination, restored the situation by the evening of the 15th.

attaques françaises à Notre-Dame-de-Lorette
15-23 : avance française à Vauquois (Meuse)

Aisne: General Maunoury of Sixth Army severely wounded (partially blinded), aged 67, out of war except as military governor of Paris.

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Text made public of British Order in Council cutting off trade to and from Germany; British Government, replying to American note, refuses to permit foodstuffs to enter Germany for civilian population as suggested; British Government also replies to American note of inquiry as to particulars of embargo, Sir Edward Grey saying that object of Allies is, “succinctly stated, to establish a blockade to prevent vessels from carrying goods for or coming from Germany.”
Britain: Admiralty orders 15 Z Whaler type patrol craft, finished by November, based at Peterhead, Shetlands and Stornoway.
It is reported from Rio Janeiro that Kronprinz Wilhelm has sunk thirteen ships since she began her attack on Allies’ commerce.

The British Admiralty announced that since March 10 seven British merchant steamers have been torpedoed by submarines. The captain of the Indian City, which was sunk yesterday, said that he sighted what he thought was a periscope of a submarine. He said: “I kept the steamer going but the submarine caught up with it, and through a megaphone the commander of the submarine told me to put my flag up. I hoisted the German ensign. The submarine commander didn’t believe us, and told us to get into the boats, which we did, he then blew up the steamer.”
An eyewitness of the torpedoing of the Indian City says the submarine remained in the vicinity about an hour and was of keen interest to the Islanders. Immediately after the attack became known to patrol boats, they put to sea in the direction of the submarine, on which they opened fire. When the patrol boats approached the submarine, the latter submerged herself, but reappeared about two miles further west. The patrol boats resumed their chase of the submarine, but the were left behind by the speed of the submarine which was too great for them.
After evading the patrol boats, the submarine sighted the steamer Headlands and went in pursuit of that ship. The chase was brief. The German easily overtook the old steamer. Both vessels were seen to be constantly turning and maneuvering as a result of the merchantmen’s efforts to escape destruction.
Finally the steamer stopped and a few minutes later the crew was observed boarding lifeboats. Shortly thereafter an upward rush of black smoke was seen. The Headlands began to settle down by the stern. The submarine then went off to the westward and was pursuing a third steamer when she disappeared from view of those on shore.

UB 10 (строит. № 219, типа UB-I) AG Weser в Бремене 7 ноября 1914 — 20 февраля 1915 — 15 марта 1915.

Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Digby Glasgow to Sea to Tobermory. Patrol to 6 April
HMS Columbella, Armed Merchant Cruiser Liverpool to sea to 28 March

First merchant ship (S.S. Blonde) attacked by aircraft. Aviation war – start of German aircraft attacks on shipping in North Sea, 10 vessels bombed in March and April near North Hinder and Galloper LV’s
Blonde, 613grt, Mr A Milne, Cowes for Tyne in ballast, 3 miles E of North Foreland. Second mate on bridge noticed an aircraft flying from the east, five bombs dropped but just missed, ship went to full speed, zigzagged and sounded her whistle, armed trawler came up, fired one shot and the plane disappeared (ms – the only possible match is cargo steamship, 610/1863, disposal not listed) (+Mn/ms)

London, 15. März. (Priv.-Tel.)
Der englische Dampfer „Indian City“, eines der fünf von „U 29“ neuerdings versenkten Handelsschiffe, ist am 13. März morgens um 8 Uhr auf der Höhe von St. Marys, einer der Scilly-Inseln, angegriffen worden. Das deutsche Unterseeboot lief eine Stunde lang in der Nähe. Eine große Menge sah von der Küste aus dem Schauspiel zu. Das Unterseeboot hinderte die Besatzung nicht, sich in einem Ruderboot in Sicherheit zu bringen. Zwei Patrouillenboote verließen in aller Eile den Hafen und dampften auf das Unterseeboot zu, das sich auf zehn Meilen Abstand befand. Sie eröffneten das Feuer, worauf das Unterseeboot untertauchte, um ein paar Minuten später, zwei Meilen mehr westwärts, wieder an die Oberfläche zu kommen. Die Jagd wurde fortgesetzt, aber das Unterseeboot konnte bequem den Patrouillenbooten entschlüpfen. Darauf bemerkte das Unterseeboot den Dampfer „Headland“, der rasch eingeholt wurde. Das Unterseeboot verschwand in westlicher Richtung und machte Jagd auf ein drittes Schiff.
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FINGAL, passenger ship, 1,562/1894, London & Edinburgh Shipping, Leith-reg, sailing London for Leith with general cargo. Torpedoed by U.23 (Hans Schultess), sank 6 miles E by S of Coquet Is, off Amble (wi - in 55.21N, 01.21W); 6 lives lost, including 1 MN stewardess (+L/te/tr/un/wi)
Hyndford, cargo steamship, 4,286/1905, Scottish Shipowners’ Co (Robertson Paterson & Co), Glasgow, Mr John Horne, sailing Bahia Blanca for London with oats and wheat, steaming up-Channel at full speed, weather fine, sea smooth. Torpedoed by U.35 (Waldemar Kophamel) 12 miles S of Beachy Head (L/un – 12 miles S of Royal Sovereign LV), damaged, water in forehold, but No.2 dry, aft ballast tanks filled to trim down the ship which proceeded at full speed for The Downs, arrived there on 16th at 2330, towed to Gray’s Flats, beached for temporary repairs; one life lost, crew started to abandon ship without waiting for orders, master ordered them to stop but port lifeboat slipped throwing two men into the sea. Engine-room staff went below to stop engines, boat launched to rescue the men, but only one was saved (+L/Mn/ms/un)
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Fingal (UK): The cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the North Sea 6 nautical miles east by south of Coquet Island, Northumberland by SM U-23 (Kaiserliche Marine) with the loss of six crew.
William J. Quillin (US): The schooner collided with Laly (Norway) in the Atlantic Ocean off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina and sank
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Germany compensates the United States for the sinking of the W. P. Frye.

Light Cruiser, Arethusa-class HMS Phaeton At Marseilles to 16 March, then En route Toulon for Lemnos
Mediterranean: Germans decide to send coastal u-boats UB1 and UB8 in sections by rail to Austrian Pola naval base (assembled by c. April 10) and a large U-boat by sea to Dardanelles, U21 selected on March 17, Kaiser approves on March 30 (UB3 transferred by rail on April 15). Командование немецкого флота принимает решение об отправке UB 7 и UB 8 в Полу.

Poincare R. Понедельник, 15 марта 1915 г.
  Вивиани жалуется на Мильерана, говорит, что против него всё растёт враждебное настроение. Леон Буржуа подтвердил мне замечания Фрейсине. Он говорит, что кроме Клемансо и, возможно, также Думера, никто не желает вызвать ни министерского кризиса, ни кризиса в высшем командовании, но необходимо, чтобы Мильеран взял в руки работу своего министерства, ускользающую от его контроля.
  Как сообщил мне Пенелон, имеются новые трения между Жоффром и фельдмаршалом Френчем. Последний приостановил свое наступление, причём мы не знали в точности причины этого. Поэтому Фош должен был отказаться от своего наступления. Итак, на этом участке фронта всё приостановлено. Зато была произведена энергичная атака на Вакуа. Половина этой деревни была занята нашими войсками. Я больше кого-либо радуюсь этому успеху, т.к. это одна из дорогих моему сердцу небольших коммун в департаменте Маас. Но в печати появилось по этому поводу сообщение, составленное в таком дифирамбическом тоне, что я никак не могу одобрить эти преувеличения.

Italy. Exchange of telegraphic money orders with Austria is suspended; the traveling Post Offices on trains bound for the Austrian frontier are also stopped; it is denied that Austria has refused to cede any territory whatever, but that what she is willing to cede is far too little from the Italian viewpoint.
Army reservists assemble.
From the Stampa, March 15, 1915: There is surely no possibility of an Austro-Italian war without German intervention. If Italy attacks Austria, Germany will attack Italy; nor will Austria make concessions, for Austria, like Turkey, never changes her system, even when wrong.

Rumania’s war preparations are causing uneasiness in Austria-Hungary.

All Serbs and Montenegrins have been ordered to leave Constantinople within twenty-four hours.

US. Following a conference between the owners of the American freighter William P. Frey, which was sunk by the German raider Prinz Eitel Friedrich last week, the owners of the Frey expressed that if it were found that the sinking of the Frey was an aggravated case, punitive damages would be demanded in addition to the value of the ship and cargo.
In his defense, the Captain of the Prinz Eitel Friedrich said that he had been out of communication with his government and his only guide for these past few months while at sea was the Declaration of London which permits the destruction of a neutral prize if the cargo they are carrying could be proven to be contraband, provided it was impossible to take the vessel to a homeport without endangering the captor warship.
To demonstrate its neutrality, the US Navy invited the Captain of the Prinz Eitel Friedrich, onto the grandstand to watch the launching on the US dreadnought Pennsylvania, the largest engine of naval warfare in the world. The German commander, in full uniform, arrived on the launching platform early and mingled jovially with US officers.

Sitting day March 15, 1915
STATE WAR FACTORIES.  cc1845-94 COMPENSATION COMMISSION. 21,743 words
WELSH CHURCH ACT. 17,449 words
FOOD PRICES AND WAGES. 9,741 words
NATIONAL INSURANCE ACT. 1 205 words (Welsh Church Act. 689 words)
INOCULATION. 722 words
WAR OFFICE CONTRACTS. 602 words
ADMIRALTY TENDERS (SERVICE MARCHING BOOTS). 595 words
ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEWS (ADMIRALTY). 574 words
ARMY MEAT SUPPLIES. 419 words
PRIZE BOUNTIES. 399 words
ALIENS. 383 words
GERMANS AND AUSTRO- HUNGARIANS REPATRIATED. 375 words
ROYAL MALTA ARTILLERY. 334 words
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (PENSIONS AND ALLOWANCES). 278 words
VESSELS SUNK BY GERMAN CRUISERS (ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC). 277 words
NEUTRAL VESSELS. 269 words
Lords
DEFENCE OF THE REALM (AMENDMENT) (No. 2) BILL. 7,185 words
BRITISH PRISONERS IN GERMANY. 5,527 words

The Chicago, Indianapolis and Louisville Railway, later known as the Monon Railroad, acquires control of the Chicago and Wabash Valley Railroad

In Wien hat der Film „Der Traum eines österreichischen Reservisten“ von Louise Kolm und Jakob Fleck Premiere.

„Würdig und Schlicht, ernst und erhaben“ – mit diesen Worten wird ein einzigartiges Projekt zum Gedenken der Gefallenen beschrieben. Wie die neue Grabstätte aussehen soll, verrät die Frankfurter Zeitung am 15. März 1915.

Daily Telegraph March 15 1915 The Battle of Neuve Chapelle dominates the day’s news
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