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" ... biplanes. Like raging bulldogs the English now advance on their furiously swift Sopwiths against our airmen, engineers, artillery, and infantry. Nothing, absolutely nothing, avails. The enemy airmen are too numerous, the enemy's shells too many. Like... "
In the Side Shows - Page 218
by William Wedgwood Benn Stansgate (Viscount) - 1919 - 310 pages
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New York Times Current History: the European war, Volume 16

1918
...numerous, the enemy's shells too many. Like Sisyphus multiplied a hundred-fold the bridge builders work incessantly; they fall and disappear in the flood...footways completed, six times are they destroyed. The divisions yonder on the green tortoise of the Montello, which resembles so completely in situation...
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