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Where the U.S. once sought to train several divisions worth, the latest effort is for just 3,000 troops.

Many more German divisions would enter the fray over the next few days.

Soviet forces had deftly enveloped the German 4th and 9th Armies, annihilating some 28 divisions.

Credible accounts, including one by The New York Times, point to divisions within ABM.

It was now almost impossible to speak of individual divisions in relation to these actions, but only of corps.

Birdie has fairly taken the fighting edge off Liman von Sanders' two new Divisions: he has knocked them to bits.

For this purpose he obtained permission to hold a big camp of instruction, where all the divisions of his corps were massed.

These divisions represent, respectively: "Foundation," "wood wind," "string" and "brass."

Three days ago we asked the War Office to let us know the merits of the three new Divisions.

Meantime this fatal administrative weakness was greatly counterbalanced by the political divisions among the Scots.


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