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USING EXCEPTIONALLY THICK BARBED WIRE : A GERMAN ENGINEER PARTY SETTING AN ENTANGLEMENT IN FRONT OF A TRENCH. y 5 y —[Photo, by S. and G.] The enemy are stated to be employing now a much heavier and thicker qualityof barbed wire for trench-entanglements. In consequence, the thick
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WITH THE FAMOUS TWIN PITHEADS (NICKNAMED THE " TOWER BRIDGE") AND THE VILLAGE INTACT : LOOS AS IT WAS d htk f bildins and cultivated land Just to the y —{Photo, by Illustrations Bureau.) Many illustrations have appeared, since the great British victory there, of the wrecked villa
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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TIMBER AS MASK AND CHEVAVX-DE-FRISE IN ONE: AUSTRIAN TROOPS IN THEIR TRENCHES—AN "ENEMY" PHOTOGRAPH FROM TYROL. ih di dhiti itith tif th i th Rib The campaign in Tyrol, according to recent accounts, still goes in favour of our Italian Allies. An official Rome communiqué of the 13
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
HOW IT WORKS: XL.—FIELD-GUN RECOIL MECHANISM.

HOW IT WORKS: XL.—FIELD-GUN RECOIL MECHANISM.

THE greatest improvement in field-gnns of recent years is the intro¬ duction of a recoil-mounting that permits the gun to move freely during the recoil following the discharge, without altering the position of the carriage. The g mechanism re¬ turns the gun to its normal posi¬ t
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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MACHINE-GUNS IN THE TIGRIS CAMPAIGN : AN INDIAN SECTION READY FOR ACTION IN THE OPEN. i As elsewhere all over the war area in Europe, machine-guns are doing their part and proving of the itmost value in the Tigris valley operations. Both Turks and British are using them freely an
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHEN SHALL WE SEE IT ?—IF EVER. A KRUPP GUN CAPTURED BY THE One of the twenty-three-odd captured G:rman guns—the numbers still continue to grow in later despatches 1 doubt be td BRITISH AT LOOS ON THE WAY TO ENGLAND. itil " pp g, —[Photo, by L.N.A.] as reports come in to Headquar
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A GAME BRITISH SUBMARINES CAN PLAY IN THE BALTIC : A GERMAN " U " BOAT DESTROYING A MERCHANTMAN. This is a game, of course, at which two can play, as the enemy are learning just now in the Baltic from the activities of certain British submarines operating in that quarter, which,
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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li] • KEEP STEP THERE .'-KEEP THE LINE ! » FRENCH INFANTRY, IN THEIR PRESENT-DAY BATTLE-DRESS, ADVANCING UNDER FIRE. Very different does the French linesman of October 1915 look in his up-todate battlefield turnout from dt th hli Fh fFrovt a Drawing bv Georges Scott.} , the infan
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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• WHIPPING UP THE SEA LIKE RAINDROPS » : TURKISH SHRAPNEL BURSTING k thn the » Clacton were killed by shrapne imdthe Cgtam ncnn CLACTON" DURING AN AUSTRALIAN LANDING AT GABA TEPE. steam siren through the air, and a couple of shells burst like rockets in the air and whipped up the
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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IN ACTION ABOARD A BRITISH MONITOR OFF THE BELGIAN COAST • WATCHING THE SHELLING OF ENEMY AIRCRAFT. —[Photo, by Central News.] As recent German communiqués have stated, British monitors have made their reappearance off the I Belgian coast and have been at work bombarding the enem
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England