german name of .
historical examples

the russians have been over this ground already, and fell back from it after their defeat between osterode and allenstein.
the new york times current history of the european war, vol 1, issue 4, january 23, 1915 various

the russian commander, samsonoff, with his army running from allenstein southwards, was facing towards the west.
a general sketch of the european war hilaire belloc

in the meantime the russians had evacuated allenstein, feeling the imperative need of shortening their front.
the story of the great war, volume ii (of viii) various

this gave to the russians command of one more railroad to knigsberg, that from allenstein.
the story of the great war, volume ii (of viii) various

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