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Diary March 23, 1915

Arab tribes are attacking British soldiers
For the Turks fighting Arab tribes are attacking British soldiers near the Suez Canal.
Diary for Tuesday, March 23, 1915:

Middle East

Sinai: 2,000 British soldiers inflict 50 casualties on Turk raiders 10 miles (ca. 16 km) east of the Suez Canal.

Western Front

Flanders: Belgian landing on east bank of river Yser.
Alsace: ­French 1st Chasseur Brigade reaches German 2nd line on Hartmannsweilerkopf, taking 200 PoWs until next day.
Champagne: French attacks finally slacken.


China: Secret Sino-Japanese Agreement (4 demands) on Southern Manchuria.

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