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THE GREAT WAR.

THE GREAT WAR.

NAVAL MATTERS—SUBMARINE RETURNS HIGHER—THE "MARY ROSE "—THE RUSSIAN PEACE PUZZLE FOR THE HUNS — BOLSHEVIKS AND MR. WILSON ; NOTABLE PARALLEL—BOLO TO DIE. rT",HE returns of losses by submarine again JL showed an upward trend. Of larger vessels sunk, 13 were on the list ; but two
20 February 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Ris JMajesty's kand-Sbip ** Sic 're HU In It." —[Official photographs.] ON THE BRITISH FRONT IN FRANCE : A CORNER OF THE BATTLEFIELD ; A TIRED TANK. For some time the wintry weather imposed a comparative lull upon operations tfri the Western Front. "It is six weeks," wrote Mr. Ph
23 January 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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George Robey on a TTanh (not in "Trafalgar Square). "—[Official Photos.] ' THESE NEW INSTRUMENTS PROVED THEIR WORTH " : TANKS—A MASCOT j A DERELICT. On the side of the Tank seen in the upper photograph has been depicted a caricature of Mr. George Robey, whose efforts on behalf of
23 January 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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3 8tril""g 6rouP of Men^and^ Munitions on « .A-«"; -xC W^tcrn front in franee : Row <Harö are (Hon. -tO^tó PMogr^As]5 ° Th . AN °BJECT-LESS0N FR0M FRANCE, WHERE OUR TROOPS ARE FIGHTING FOR THE EMPIRE • Í ^"^^H^í^Í1 >F THE MEN AND MATERIAL BY WHICH THE GREAT WAR IS BEING FOUGHT TO
23 January 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
THE NEW WARRIORS: XVI.—THE CLAN OF MUD.

THE NEW WARRIORS: XVI.—THE CLAN OF MUD.

imu— TT)AUL tells me that his job is twenty-four hours •1 a day, and mainly mud. He says that, as far as he can see, he is a B.A. in Mud. If there is ever a Chair of Mud at any of the European universities, he, by earthy flavour, will be the first choice. He is a pundit in soppy
23 January 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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3 T^e™ Zealand Officer's funeral on the Diestern front. —[New Zealand Government Official s.] " PIKO NEI TE MATENGA": MAORI SOLDIERS SINGING AT THE GRAVE OF LIEUT.-COL. G. KING, D.S.O. Very brave, as evidenced by the award of the D.S.O., and idolised by the men of the New Zealand
23 January 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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-TT" ¿•O«*« H Battlefield Light Railway in din ter. ö —[Official .) ON THE BRITISH WESTERN FRONT IN FRANCE : A WORKING-PARTY ON A LIGHT RAILWAY. Light railways play an ever-increasing part in modern war, especially in the preparation of an offensive. "Nobody," says a writer in th
23 January 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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H pantomime Rehearsal on the Cdestern front. "— [Official s.] " DULCE EST DESIPERE LOCO " : THE PRINCE AND CINDERELLA AT REHEARSAL. There is classic authority for the belief that it is pleasant at times to forget the graver side of life and indulge in recreation, even in circumst
23 January 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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m H pantomime Rehearsal on the Western front. —[Official s.] REMINISCENT OF "THE LANE" ON BOXING NIGHT: "THE UGLY SISTERS" AND CINDERELLA. Despite the prevalence of "war's alarms," even at Christmastide, old customs and old amusements were not forgotten by our brave troops on the
23 January 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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TTbe Deliverer of 7erusalem in the Roly City. .. and the offi —[Photo. by the American Colony in Jerusalem.] "i:ir!jr:i:,rr:H,ioFp'cEM: •—1 — «> »» ™™» iC" th1 Cit7'" "id General Mlmby m hibl i:ir!jr:i:,rr:i: L dipaC.ch"fr„ Cit7,'" his memorable despatch from Jerusalem on Decembe
23 January 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England