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CLOSELY IN TOUCH WITH EVERY' THING OCCURRING AT THE FRONT THE illustrated Condon news Guarantees that all its Drawings and Photographs are Authentic. THE » Illustrated Condon tteu)$ has the Finest Staff of War Artists in the World. . Publishing Office : 172, Strand. W.C. SIXPENCE
06 January 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SAVER, BY MAGNIFICENT SEAMANSHIP, OF SEVENTY OF THE FORMIDABLE'S " CREW: THE BRIXHAM FISHING-SMACK "PROVIDENT." —[Photo, by Dinham.] The Brixham fishing-smack "Provident," owned and skippered by William Pillar, did magnificent work in rescuing two officers and sixty-eight men of
06 January 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE SAVED AIRMAN : FLIGHT-COMMANDER FRANCIS E T. HEWLETT. Thdi E T Hlf M Mi Hlh — [Photo, by Birkett.] The news of the safety of Flight-Commander Francis E. T. Hewlett, son of Mr. Maurice Hewlett, the novelist, and Mrs. Maurice Hewlett, the intrepid airwoman, was very welcome. Af
06 January 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE DEATH OF A HERO : CAPTAIN ARTHUR N. LOXLEY, H.M.S " FORMIDABLE " —[Photo, by Sytnonds.] The sinking of the " Formidable " was one of the tragedies of the war, but was made memorable by the heroic conduct of the Captain and crew. When a survivor last saw the ship, Captain Loxl
06 January 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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GOOD TRAINING FOR THE CAMPAIGN OF MUD AND WATER ! CANADIAN TRANSPORT IN A FLOODED ROAD AT LARKHILL. — [Photo. Sport and General.} The Canadians encamped on Salisbury Plain—over 30,000 men—are divided among four main camps and several smaller ones ; including those at Westdown Nor
06 January 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 

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FIGHTING THEIR BATTLES OVER AGAIN RQUND THE CAMP FIRE : SERBIANS BIVOUACKING AFTER THEIR GREAT VICTORY OVER THE AUSTRIANS. p —[Photo, by Topical.] Their splendid victory over the Austrians will provide the Serbians with stories oí heroic deeds tor many I a long year. Round the ca
06 January 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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VICTIMS OF A FIERCE NIGHT BATTLE IN POLAND : DEAD ON THE FIELD AFTER THE RUSSIAN VICTORY AT KIELCE. —[Photo, by Illustrations Bureau.] Kielce, a town in Southern Poland, between Warsaw and Cracow, has been the scene of two battles. On August 15 there was a sharp cavalry set-to th
06 January 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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CONDUCTED BY A GERMAN PASTOR IN " MILITARY " UNIFORM The grim side of the great war brought home with so much poi i thf th " dd THE FUNERAL SERVICE OF AN OFFICER KILLED IN ACTION. ilii war, poignancy in the presence of those dead on the Field of Honour," is never more compelling
06 January 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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OPERATIONS THAT GAVE BACK TO LEMBERG ITS ANCIENT NAME OF LWOW : WITH THE VICTORIOUS RUSSIANS IN GALICIA. r in charge of Austa p ; —[Photos. by Slutbskain-Korsakoff.] The Russian official communique of December 30 said : victoriously. . . . We have repelled counter-attacks by the
06 January 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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RUSSIAN SOLDIERS SEEKING TO KNOW THE FUTURE : A GIPSY'S PARAKEET TELLING THE MEN'S FORTUNES AT THE FRONT. There is a grain of superstition in the nature of every Russian and judging by their pleased epi | ith hidd hh Russian, and, expression, these brave sons of our Ally anticipa
06 January 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England