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t SHOWING THE MARKSMEN'S PLATFORM ON THE LEFT : IN A GERMAN FIRE-TRENCH. The chief features of a German fire-trench are disclosed here : its exceptional depth and narrowness, to gire cover from shell-fireThe high step on which the men stand when firing through the loopholes is sh
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AMIDST MULTI-COLOURED SAND-BAGS: A GERMAN OFFICER LEAVING HIS DUG-OUT. The German trenches in the neighbourhçod of the great advance in which the enemy were overwhelmed and in many cases buried alive by the terrific preliminary bombardment that preceded the victory of September,
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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VARI-COLOURED SAND-BAGS BEATEN INTO SHAPE WITH 41 CLUBS " ; H i thkif G fi AND WIRE NETTING : A GERMAN FIRE-TRENCH UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Here we see in the making one of the German fire-trenches of the latest pattern. The wire-netting revetment, seen stretched across the face of th
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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M.P.'S WHO HAVE FALLEN IN THE WAR : " ALL id i Mb fll i th W YOUNG MEN OF HIGH PROMISE."—(Mr. ASQU11H.) f Btd MP f Cdiff Capt Harold T Cawley was MP for the Heywood Division of Lancashire, —{Photos, bv F.UioU and Fry. Swairu, Topical, and BassanoJ Upon the reopening of Parliament
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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NAVY AS GOOD SAMARITAN : A NEUTRAL THE BRITISH DAMAGED BY THE ENEMY TAKING ON BOARD A NAVAL SURGEON. ) l b dd d In addition to their normal war-service duties of keeping watch and ward in dangerous waters, it occasionally (alb to the lot of our patrol-vessels to have to perform s
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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METHODS OF WAR FOR WHOSE INTRODUCTION GERMANY IS RESPONSIBLE : ASPHYXIATING-GAS SHELLS CAPTURED BY THE FRENCH IN CHAMPAGNE. g —[Photo. Topical.] The use of gas in war, forced on the Allies by the action of Germany, acquires a new interest from Sir John French's despatch of the 14
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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USING EXCEPTIONALLY THICK BARBED WIRE : A GERMAN ENGINEER PARTY SETTING AN ENTANGLEMENT IN FRONT OF A TRENCH. y 5 y —[Photo, by S. and G.] The enemy are stated to be employing now a much heavier and thicker qualityof barbed wire for trench-entanglements. In consequence, the thick
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WITH THE FAMOUS TWIN PITHEADS (NICKNAMED THE " TOWER BRIDGE") AND THE VILLAGE INTACT : LOOS AS IT WAS d htk f bildins and cultivated land Just to the y —{Photo, by Illustrations Bureau.) Many illustrations have appeared, since the great British victory there, of the wrecked villa
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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TIMBER AS MASK AND CHEVAVX-DE-FRISE IN ONE: AUSTRIAN TROOPS IN THEIR TRENCHES—AN "ENEMY" PHOTOGRAPH FROM TYROL. ih di dhiti itith tif th i th Rib The campaign in Tyrol, according to recent accounts, still goes in favour of our Italian Allies. An official Rome communiqué of the 13
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
HOW IT WORKS: XL.—FIELD-GUN RECOIL MECHANISM.

HOW IT WORKS: XL.—FIELD-GUN RECOIL MECHANISM.

THE greatest improvement in field-gnns of recent years is the intro¬ duction of a recoil-mounting that permits the gun to move freely during the recoil following the discharge, without altering the position of the carriage. The g mechanism re¬ turns the gun to its normal posi¬ t
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England