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Diary June 14, 1915

South African officers and soldiers at a folkloric presentation
South African officers and soldiers at a folkloric presentation in German South West Africa.
Diary for Monday, June 14, 1915:

African Fronts

Southwest Africa: Botha’s final advance to the north begins, occupies Omaruru on June 20 and detaches 2 mounted brigades to cut off the Germans by June 27.

Western Front

Artois: French novelist Jules Leroux disappears in action, aged 34, at Neuville St Vaast.

Eastern Front

Galicia: English novelist Hugh Walpole helps tend 800 wounded soldiers in 12 hours, develops dysentery by June 30.

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