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Diary July 22, 1915


 repulsed attack at the 'Red Gate'
The repulsed attack at the ‘Red Gate’, a French war paintings.
Diary for Thursday, July 22, 1915:

Western Front

Argonne: French advance near Bagatelle, Joffre sacks Sarrail from Third Army; Humbert replaces him for duration.
Alsace: German counterattack near Metzeral.

Neutrals

USA: Ex-President Roosevelt denounces Americans as accessories after the fact he believes to Germany’s crimes in Belgium.

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