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ACCLAIMING THE GREAT WAR OF LIBERATION WHICH HAS " UNITED THE WHOLE POPULATION OF RUSSIA " : PATRIOTISM IN PETROGRAD. [JV/r./o. lltus. Bureau.] Just as Germany counted on Irish disaffection, so she made a similar mistake about Russia, expecting that war would cause a revolution.
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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PRAYER BEFORE BATTLE: IRISH GUARDS MAKING SUPPLICATION BEFORE A DESPERATE BAYONET-CHARGE.— From the Painting by R. Caton 'Woodville. To die with a prayer on the lips, and faith in the justice of the cause for which life is being laid down, is an ideal death for a soldier. Even in
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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HO RSEMEN WHO " CAN PERFORM FEATS WHICH WOULD TURN A COW-BOY GREEN WITH ENVY " : COSSACKS k lld " Th Ri A f USING THEIR STEEDS AS BREAST-WORKS WHILE THEY FIRE UPON MEN OF THE ENEMY'S CAVALRY. —[Drawn by Fr4:iéri<: De Haciten.] In previous issues we have illustrated the wonderful
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE SPY AT WORK : AN APPARENTLY INNOCENT LANDSCAPE i THAT IS REALLY A PLAN OF A HARBOUR AND ITS FORTS. h bd Ldith t ictorial code known to the Government in whose interest The illustration on the first oí these two pages (that on the left) shows an apparently innocent drawing of
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE USELESSNESS OF THE MODERN FORT AGAINST HEAVY SIEGE-GUNS : ARMOUR AND CONCRETE WORKS AT NAMUR SHATTERED BY GERMAN SHELLS. lh The fact that Namur, which was regarded as stronger than Liège, and had been expected to hold out for weeks, fell almost at the first assault, demonstra
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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HOW THE CLERGY GO TO BATTLE : A PRIEST WITH THE BELGIANS. — Pkc to graph by Nc^í'i'papcr 1 lhi!¡fT(iticns.} The priest in this photograph is the Rev. J. Chandcrlon, of Antwerp, who accompanies the Btlgim Cavalry, and has been often under fire. He wears a sword, but it is not stat
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A SCLDIER OF THE RED CRCSS : A PRIEST WITH THE BELGIAN FORCES. —[ by Alfitri.] This photograph shows a Belgian priest, whose name is not mentioned by our correspondent, riding with the troops on the road between Wetteren and Alost. As the Red Cross armlet he is wearing indicates,
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE POWER OF THE TORPEDO : THE EFFECT OF A TEST SHOT AGAINST THE ROCKS OF THE CORNISH COAST. gg — [ by a A'ami Offitcr. The disaster to the three British cruisers torpedoed by German submarines has once more drawn attention to the torpedo's terrible destructive power, a power man
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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GIANT FORT-WRECKER WHOSE BURSTING PROJECTILES TOMMY ATKINS CALLS " JACK JOHNSONS," "BLACK MARIAS," AND "COAL aiu Qv Th PnV'c " »v»ti/itn<»«c " in one of his summaries A i dibd b Si Jh Fh's " ywitness " in one of his summsms INTO BOXES": ONE OF THE 1C0-TON SIEGE-GUNS WHICH HAVE TO
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A SEARCHLIGHT USED BY THE ENEMY ON THE BATTLEFIELD : A GREAT ELECTRIC PROJECTOR TOWED BY A MOTOR. —[ by News-paper lllus. !t is particularly as an auxiliary to the heavy artillery that the Germans have been using the searchlight on the battlefield. As letters from the front descr
07 October 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England