British General Haig's bulletin provides little but the prospect of more of the same: "Positions unchanged. The battle continues." The Washington Times (D.C.) has numerous reports claiming and questioning whether the Germans possess a gun possible of bombing Paris from 70 miles away. The editorial column finishes quoting an old newspaperman: "Whats the use of talking about anything except the war? And whats the use of talking about that?"
Source: "Haigs Bulletin," Washington Times, Washington, District of Columbia, March 24, 1918. Page 1, Column 6.