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Her book might be called truly a companion volume to "A Hilltop on the Marne."
There, that's Paris, and the edge of the fender is the Marne.
The enemy had now been cleared from the southern bank of the Marne, but the battle was far from over.
Just when the battle of the Marne was at its turning-point Dick got his orders to go.
It occupies the plateau lying between the Seine and the bend in the Marne, just above the junction of the two rivers.
"They must be fighting on the line of the river Marne," said Frank.
To have heard the guns of the Marne was as though once one had listened to the high gods contending over our destiny.
A second terrific drive, coincident with the Marne, had likewise failed.
The Germans were stopped at the Marne—twenty miles from Paris.