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Algeciras American ammunition Antwerp arrived artillery Ashmead Ashmead-Bartlett attack battery battle bayonets Belgian army Belgium bombardment bombs bridge British Brussels bullets burst Bzura cannon Captain cathedral Churchill Colonel command correspondent crowd Daily Telegraph Dardanelles Davis Dinant dispatches Ellis enemy England English eyes face Falange fighting fire flame France Franco's French front German armies Harry Lawson heard horses Hotel Hotel du Nord infantry King Albert knew Lawson Lewis Liege Lieutenant London looked Lord Lord Northcliffe machine guns Madrid marching Meuse military Monsieur Morgan morning motor newspaper night Ostend Paris pass picture prison refugees regiment Rheims Rheims cathedral Richard Harding Davis Riff rifle river road rumble Russian shells ship shot shouted side smiled smoke Sochaczew soldiers Spain Spanish stood story streets submarine Suddenly talking tion town train troops Turkish turned Uhlans uniform voice walls watched wife window Winston Churchill women wounded