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HOW WAR-SHIPS MOVE AT NIGHT: " LIGHTS OUT" AND "FOLLOW THE GLEAM.' pp —1 Draum by Norvtnn M' ilkitwon.) In changing positions at night war-ships following each other in line each have a shcded electric-lam? suspended over the water, low down at the stern. The next ship keeps her
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHAT THE AERIAL LOOK-OUTS OF THE GRAND FLEET MAY SEE : A SUBMARINE REVEALED TO AN AEROPLANE. —[Drawn by Norman Wilkinson. That air-craft can on occasion detect submarines when submerged was known before the war from experiments at naval manoeuvres. Certain conditions affect the o
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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TYPICAL OF THE NATURAL OBSTACLES IMPEDING THE RUSSIANS IN EAST PRUSSIA : LAKE MISPELSEE, THE SCENE OF HEAVY FIGHTING. —[ by Newspaper Illustrations.] East Prussia, as a glance at the map shows, is a country of many lakes and marshes, which greatly impede an invading army. Lake Mi
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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PIGEONS AS PRISONERS OF WAR : BASKETS OF FEATHERED BELGIAN " DESPATCH-BEARERS Ath idlh h INTERNED IN BRUSSELS BY GERMANY, —[ by Newspaper Illustrations.] Among other ideals, the war has destroyed the phrase, " Harmless as doves." The deadly " Taube " and the dainty pigeon are use
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE FRENCH DEVOTION TO THE FLAG : A FORM OF PATRIOTISM THAT BRITISH SOLDIERS CANNOT NOW EXERCISE —[s by Augustin Kischlitz., His flag has ever been the soldier's pride, and countless deeds of heroism have been performed to save this patriotic symbol from falling into the hands of
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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MEN OF "A DISTANT ALIEN RACE " FIGHTING FOR THE " MIGHTY Th Idi MOTHER " : SIKHS, OF THE INDIAN ARMY IN FRANCE. q j, —[ by Illustrations Bureau. The Indian troops were received with intense enthusiasm when they landed recently at Marseilles, Prominent among them were the stalwart
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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TO UPHOLD THE IZZAT OF THE BRITISH RAJ AGAINST A RUTHLESS ENEMY : INDIAN TROOPS ENCAMPED IN FRANCE. id i F Hi j f btU shoulder to shoulder with their comrades fromjill parts rfjto Empir^ Res assure a —[ by Illustrations Bureau.] lndian lroops wh„ „ill fight for the ICing-Emperor
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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" AND THE SONS OF IND BEAR WITNESS": KHAKI-CLAD INDIAN WARRIORS IN FRANCE, READY TO " SHARE OUR RIGHTEOUS WAR.5, —[Photos, by Illustrations Bureau., The arrival in France of the splendid force from India was a wonderful tribute to British rule. In Ihe words of Mr. Harold Begbie :
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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INEFFECTIVE GERMAN SHELLS WHICH BURST STRAIGHT UPWARD ON IMPACT WITH THE GROUND : BRITISH ARTILLERYMEN WORKING THEIR BONS UNCONCERNEDLY AMID HAIL OF PROTECTILES DO COMPARATIVE! V LITTLE THAT DAMAGE. by H. H'. Koekkoek. from a Sketch by Fredcri ViVic*>. In his note accompanying th
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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HOW ANTWERP CAN USE FLOODING TO IMPEDE THE GERMANS : A PICTORIAL MAP SHOWING THE AREAS WHICH CAN BE INUNDATED. —[Drawn by W. B. Robinson.] It was stated on the 3rd that the Germans attacking Antwerp's outer defences had failed to break through the Belgian lines, or to silence any
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England