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FRENCHMEN HOLDING CAPTURED GERMAN POSITION. TROOPS WHO HAVE PROVED AS GOOD IN TRENCH-WARFARE AS AT THE ASSAULT: — al T p, —[Photo, by J.C.] TH URED tT ¿ra'C r~' m th<! WarfarC of the lrenchcs—qualities of which few believed them r. L.J I ? P grr';,h' taken durin* their reMnt succ
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE GREAT SOLDIER WHO HAS CAPTURED WINDHOEK, THE CAPITAL Gl B GERMAN SOUTH-WEST AFRICA : GENERAL LOUIS BOTHA ; AND HIS FAMILY. y) [Photo, by Kodak (South Africa), Ltd., Capetown.J , Botha, his wife, daughter, and three sons, two of whom are serving the Empire, are of immense inte
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHERE THE UNION JACK IS FLYING OVER THE CAPITAL OF GERMAN SOUTH-WEST AFRICA : WINDHOEK, CAPTURED BY GENERAL BOTHA. —[Photos, by St. Stephen*a Bureau.] The campaign oí the British South African Forces reached a brilliant height in the capture of Windhoek, the cap .tal of German So
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE SHORT GERMAN ADVANCE NEAR YPRES : "ENEMY" PHOTOGRAPHS OF CAPTURED BRITISH POSITIONS AND PRISONERS. These photographs, from a German paper, show : (i) German ambulance men giving first aid to wounded m a captured position ; (2) A position taken by the Germans near Ypres ; (3)
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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LATEST AND THE GREATEST WEAPON OF TRENCH WARFARE : HAND-GRENADES OF THE Illtti Nd TYPES, BRITISH (LEFT RIGHT) AND FRENCH (CENTRE). —[Photo, by Topical.] Illustrations Nos. i and 3 show the very workmanlike type of hand-grenade with slinging-stkk the British troops in Flanders use
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE GREATEST WEAPON OF TRENCH WARFARE : THE HAND A GRENADE AS USED BY THE GERMANS—AN UP-TO-DATE TYPE. [Photo, by St. Stephen's Bureau.] As soon as the utility of the hand-grenade for trench-warfare and battlefield fighting at close quarters was realised by the Germans, designs fo
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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LEARNING TO BAYONET ENTRENCHED GERMANS : THE JUMP INTO THE ENEMY TRENCH. bi tid i the light of experience E It goes without saying that the soldiers of the new Army are being in gained during the Great War, in which an extraordinary amount of trench-fighting has taken place Here
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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NOW PURGED OF THE EMBLEMS OF RENEGADES : BANNERS OF KNIGHTS OF THE GARTER HUNG IN ST. GEORGE'S CHAPEL, WINDSOR. --[Photo, by H. A*. King ] By order of the King, there have been struck off the Roll of Knights of the Garter the Emperoi of Austria, the German Emperor, the King of Wu
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BRITISH PRISONERS IN GERMANY : SOME OF OUR " MISSING " MEN AT WORK AND AT DINNER AT TELTOW. It has been tld tl tht it hk —[Photos, by Sport atid General.] Staled recently *°mt improvement has taken p.ace in the treatment of British prisoners " ^J TTl 'ÜMT" 0f a RiU'.bUt' on the w
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BEFORE THE THE DEFENDER MUCH PUBLIC YPRES ; THE MASTER-GENERAL OF THE ORDNANCE; AND " THE TERROR OF THE DANUBE." Lieut-Gen Sir Herbert Plumer ( No i) so much commended in Sir John French's lat sred in the Suth African WarLieutCommand K RN DSO i ihf th Briih [Photos. 1 and 2 by La
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England