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Diary September 25, 1914

Stable of German cavalry in St. Mihiel, Lorraine
Stable of German cavalry near St. Mihiel, Lorraine. Almost a million of the faithful four-legged friends are involved in the Western Campaign – alone on the German side.
War Diary of World War One for Friday, September 25, 1914:

Western Front

Meuse: Bavarians enter St Mihiel; after storming French Camp-des-Romains. Dubail soon drives them back to outskirts.
Aisne: ­German II Corps recaptures Noyon.
Somme: Battle of Albert begins: Castelnau driven out of Lassigny-Noyon.

Home Fronts

Italy: Italian COS Cadorna recognizes no offensive possible before March 1915.

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