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Military asea of Crees: fln "O.pip." y —[Official photograph.] on the british front in france : a typical observation-post in a tall trefi. t The observation-post, or "0. Pip," as the artillerymen call It, is a common feature of modern wat fare. It varies considerably in form acc
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Che J^ever-Ceasíng 6imriery draining of tbe Grand fleet for Battle: Keeping the JYIagazinee full. , p —[Canadian War Records s.] .AS-í»' ON BOARD THE " LION " : HEAVY TURRET-GUN SHELLS, TAKEN I AT SEA, BEING TRUCKED FOR LOWERING TO THE MAGAZINE. h HEAV «hitting, at varying ranges
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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On the Track of the Retreating Germans. —[Official s.] ENEMY BRIDGE-WRECKING : THE SOMME RAILWAY BRIDGE, PÉRONNE ; A VIADUCT AT CHAULNES. Road and river bridges, railway viaducts, canal locks, and crossing swing bridges, have beer» blown up wholesale throughout the German retreat
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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J H Relic of the German Occupation Made dseful. —[Official s.] CONVERTED INTO A BRITISH SENTRY-BOX : As has been related bdtiiti B A GERMAN FORMERLY STOOD ON GUARD. WHERE by war-correspondents visiting Bapaumc and P<ronne after the enemy had fallen back, German sentry-boxes, pain
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
ROMANCES OF THE REGIMENTS : XLIII.—THE 20TH FOOT.

ROMANCES OF THE REGIMENTS : XLIII.—THE 20TH FOOT.

A NOBLE CAMP-FOLLOWER. IN our older campaigns the soldier's wife often won unofficial laurels for her devotion to campaigning. Lady Smith was a famous case in point, but many years before her time another gently bred woman earned fame by the courage and endurance she displayed i
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Red-faced ftlar has Rods of Steel and fire." [Official .] DESTRUCTION ON THE WEST FRONT IN FRANCE I ALL THAT LEFT AVENUE TREES. In the devastating war which is robbing fair France of its beauty not even Nature escapea destruction and desolation. The German Army leaves nothing unh
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
ROMANCES OF THE REGIMENTS: LXXII.—THE FRAZERS AGAIN.

ROMANCES OF THE REGIMENTS: LXXII.—THE FRAZERS AGAIN.

LEG-BAIL AT LEXINGTON. DURING the whole winter of 1776-77, the captured Frazer Highlanders remained on ' parole in Boston. For a time things were tolerable enough ; but, as the spring came on, at least two of the officers began to dream of liberty. Their parole made any attempt
24 October 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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On a flanders Battlefield: Hn Hmbush for "frítzea" N m-tralian Official -.] lurking in a shell-crater with lewis guns At f posted to bring down low-flying gothas. Apart from anti-aircraft guns, catuotifiagtd at fixed stations or prowl¬ ing along roads or across country, infantry
24 October 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Some of this Year's 60,000 German prisoners. sme —[MmlrnUnn Official s.} CAPTURED BY THE AUSTRALIANS : PRISONERS IN THE BIRDCAGE " AND ON THEIR WAY TO IT. housadf i housands of prisoners have been taken during the recent battles, and *he to'a' number of Germans captured by the Br
24 October 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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H Diestern front Instantaneous photograph. [Australian Official .] A DIRECT ENEMY HIT : A GERMAN SHELL THROWING UP A CASCADE OF STONES AND CLODS. Seen against the dark background of the earth surface, brown and bare and furrowed by rows of trench excavations, the smoke of a burst
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England