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WHY HAS LONDON NO SIMILAR EXHIBITION ? ALL PARIS FLOCKS TO SEE GERMAN GUNS CAPTURED DURING THE ADVANCE. sr il* x Jït -,**, * » «* . «. .. ». •_»>. *. j-! the utmost interest and enthusiasm among Parisians. These proofs of the magnitude of f . I rtï ÄltÄÄÄS I m."rí z xf] ^uare or
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHY NOT SIMILAR TROPHIES IN LONDON? CAPTURED GERMAN GUNS, AND A SEARCHLIGHT, ON VIEW AT THE INVALIDES, IN PARIS. y gp —[PAotos. by Topical.] Paris, unlike London, possesses many outward and visible signs of the great victories on the Western I front, in the shape of a large numbe
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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ON THEIR WAY TO DEFEND THEIR COUNTRY AGAINST ITS NEW INVADERS : SERBIAN ARTILLERY ON THE SALONICA-NISH RAILWAY. bhih l dd —[Photo, by Topical.] The gallant Serbian Army is offering a heroic resistance to the German, Aus tro-Hungarian, and Bulgarian invaders. In this new campaign
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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OX-DRAWN BRITISH GUNS IN SERBIA : OUR ARTILLERYMEN WITH Th Bii A PATRIARCHAL-LOOKING TEAM IN THE NEW THEATRE OF WAR. [PAufo. by Topical.] The British Army is having many new experiences of terrain and conditions in the present war, and is making many new friends. Our photograph,
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
Little Lives of Great Men.

Little Lives of Great Men.

XL.—KING PETER OF SERBIA. PETER L, by the Grace of God and the will of the Nation, King of Serbia, Majesty (such is the official title of the reigning member of the House of Karageorge), is a peculiarly interesting figure among European Sovereigns. For many years he seemed littl
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SERBIA'S ARRANGEMENTS FOR A STUBBORN FRONTIER DEFENCE : ONE Thiih hih h Si OF THE FORTIFIED AND EFFECTIVELY BARRICADED BATTLE-POSITIONS. y [Photo, by Topical.] The tenacity with which the Serbians have been able to hold on to their positions at places along the southern bank of t
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE SERBIAN THEATRE OF WAR : A CONTOUR MAP SHOWING AT A GLANCE THE MOUNTAINOUS NATURE OF THE COUNTRY. The Serbian theatre of war, with its main physical characteristics, is displayed at a glance in the map • aboveThe Save and Drina rivers, which form the north-western frontier-li
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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That • • IN VERMIN-PR00F DRESS: "TROUSERED" AND SANDALLED 1^of -the NURSES LADY PAGET'S HOSPITAL AT USKUB ntTrkñd ' 00F TROUSERED" SANDALL a utilising th-ir ability and devotion in this direction t . . J" «cognised, and the Great War ^ ,hr" 'he nurees — to M, SITAL ntsTrktr añ0;d
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
THE GERMAN BASE AGAINST SERBIA.

THE GERMAN BASE AGAINST SERBIA.

RUGGED, precipitous hills, swift-rushing streams in narrow, tortuous valleys, roads few in number and with two exceptions poor in quality, two railway lines with little siding-spâce and with their final stages torn up by Serbian shells, a total lack of a deploying front on the D
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHERE THE AUSTRO-GERMAN INVASION OF SERBIA IS TAKING PLACE : SERBIAN HILLS SEEN ACROSS THE DANUBE, FROM ORSOVA. The above photograph illustrates that part of Mr. Darn ton-F raser 's article, on the opposite and following pages, where he writes : " To your left is the swiftly flow
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England