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ROMANCES OF THE REGIMENTS : XCVI.—THE 43RD NATIVE INFANTRY.

ROMANCES OF THE REGIMENTS : XCVI.—THE 43RD NATIVE INFANTRY.

THE DEATH AND RESURRECTION OF MEER ALI. MEER ALI was one of the handsomest and best-behaved young men in the 43rd Madras Infantry. From the time when he had been only an orderly-boy he acted as personal servant tö a British Subaltern, whose liking for the Sepoy amounted to afiec
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Tibe Great Battle : Loading up Shells for Batteries, on Railway TTrucks, g —[Otfiou; .} trains AT AN WORK INCESSANTLY GOING ON —AS ' _ AS FAST A| well. ARRIVE AMMUNITION It is practically impossibl^from all accounts-that there can be any deficiency of shells h® holiday ? to 'make
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Qlith a Squadron of the Grand fleet at Sea. CRUISING IN LINE AHEAD : NEXT ASTERN," FROM THE TAFFRAIL OF HER IMMEDIATE LEADER. ffif the In the immediate foreground is seen the swirling wake of foaming, bubbling, white water, caused by the propellers of the ship from on board which
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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H Distinguished Guest of the ]Navy in Greek Cdaters. , a o the —[Photo. C.N.] ON BOARD A BRITISH WAR-SHIP AT SALONIKA : THE CHIEF RABBI OF THAT CITY. The Chief Rabbi of Salonika is, of course, head of the Jewish community there. Regarding the naval situation in Greek waters, Sir
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Qn the Palestine front of the Sg?pt expeditionary force. , —\Photos, by Topical.'] I WATER-SUPPLY : FILLING CAMEL 44 FANATIS " AT A WADI SPRING ; A CAMP ROAD TO A SPRING. \ The Palestine Front army has been fortunate throughout the war in being able to draw on an almost inexhaust
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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.D« Illustrated War Hews
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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tltc Official . I HE GREAT BATTLE : ONE OF THE BRITISH LONG-RANGE HEAVY GUNS CHECKING THE GERMAN ADVANCE AT A HALTING-PLACE ON A ROAD. GUN
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT WAR.

THE GREAT WAR.

THE STRUGGLE DAY BY DAY—A FATEFUL EASTERTIDE—STEMMING THE TORRENT—THE ALLIED POSITION STEADIED—BRILLIANT FRENCH AND BRITISH EXPLOITS—PARIS MASSACRE—THE KING AT THE FRONT—AMERICAN AID—THE ATTACK RENEWED. THE close of the most momentous Holy Week, save the first, in the history of
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Great Battle: Contrasting Scenes. —[Official Photos.) EFFECTS OF GERMAN FIRE : A " DUMP " BURNING ; WOUNDED MEN ENTRAINING—REFRESHMENTS. Bf f Before launching their great offensive against the British front the Germans opened a terrific artillery fire. " The bombardment of the fr
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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rbe Great Battle : Hm bulan ces and Stretcber-Bearers. ¿re —\Official BRITISH TROOPS AND FRENCH BRANCARDIERS; OUR AMBULANCE MEN WITH GERMAN WOUNDED. The great battle has meant grim and ceaseless toil for those whose duty it is to tend the wounded. The upper photograph shows Fren
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England