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ONEFROMTAESFRrFAMST FWT"T^EIMMV F?pcMAnccL1A-? ATTACKS: THE HAND-GRENADE, SHOWING (LEFT) A DETACHMENT RECEIVING INSTRUCTION FROM A SERGEANT WITH DUMMY GRENADES AT A LONDON BARRACKS; AND (RIGHT) THREE PHASES OF THE METHOD OF THROWING IT. (Keystone.) 1 he hand-grenade is essentiall
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR: A DIARY OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS.

THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR: A DIARY OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS.

THE Busier National Zeitung reported on Nov. 5 that German engineers were trying to divert tributaries of the upper Rhine, with the idea, presumably, of lowering the level of the river. It was suggested that such a move might have two objects: either operations against the Frenc
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BEFORE AN R.A.F. RECONNAISSANCE FLIGHT ON THE WESTERN F.RONT: PILOTS STUDYING A MAP ON THEIR AERODROME Photos A. P.) Within a very short time of the outbreak of war the Royal Air Force demon strated its extraordinary daring and efficiency by a series of reconnaissance and leaflet
01 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AFFORDING CONVINCING PROOF OF BRITAIN'S AMPLE MARGIN OF SECURITY IN ALL CLASSES OF WARSHIP: A PANORA AA OF THE TYPES OF VESSELS IN THE ROYAL NAVY, AND IN THE OTHER NAVIES OF THE BRITISH COMMONWEALTH. (Drawing by Oscar Parkes, O.B.h.) vessel wh" h S^ea .ln^ ln x e Mouse on the sin
01 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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TEN SECONDS AFTER THE RECEPTION OF THE AIR-RAID ALARM AN A. -A. GUN IN POSITION, READY TO REPEL ENEMY RAIDERS. \Fox. i The scene illustrated above, of one of Britain's powerful new anti-aircraft guns manned and ready to fire at any German bomber attempting to penetrate our defenc
01 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE ONLY CONCRETE RESULT OF THE FIRST GERMAN AIR RAIDS CAPTURED GERMAN AIRMEN IN LONDON. (GJ>.U.) Although, according to reports from neutral countries, Hitler has been debating with his generals the possibilities of a joint land and air attack on Eastern Britain, and, in ^n Engl
08 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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15 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A CHECK AGAINST A^OURED CARS AND A HINDRANCE TO THE TANK: GIGANTIC COILS OF "FRENCH" WIRE, WHICH ENTWINES ITSELF AROUND ANY VEHICLE HAVING EXPOSED AXLES, THUS BRINGING IT TO A COMPLETE STOP-- BLOCKING A ROAD. {Topical.) j {Topical.)
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE FLAGSHIP OF BRITAIN'S HOME FLEET-- H.M.S. NELSON (33,950 TONS), WHICH MOUNTS THE HUGE ARMAMENT OF NINE 16-IN. GUNS. (Charles E. Brown.) H.M.S. Nelson," 33,950 tons, is the flagship of Britain's Home Fleet, according to the last Navy List issued. She was laid down with her sis
01 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WITH THE CAVALRY IN 1916-- A SUCCESSFUL DAWN PATROL NEAR BAZENTIN-LE-GRAND The contrast between the cavalry of to-day and yesterday is well borne out in the drawings reproduced on these pages. That on the left (from The Illustrated London News of September 23, 1916) shows the fir
08 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England