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From the Field-Marshal Commanding-in-Chiel the British Army in France. the Secretary of State for War, War Office, London, S.W, «..•* ■ General Headquarters, i6th June, 1915. •* Ijoud—l have the honour report that the date ray last despatch (sth April, 1915) the army in France u
3. On the night of Saturday, April, commanding hill, which afforded the enemy excellent artillery observation, towards the west and northwest, was successfully mined and captured. This hill,* known as Hill 60, lies opposite the northern extremity of the line held the 2nd Corps.
Pn the morning of the 29th I had another interview with General Foch, who informed that strong reinforcements were hourly arriving to support General Fufcz, and urged me to postpone issuing orders for any retirement until the result of his attack, which was timed to commence day