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THE GREAT WAR.

THE GREAT WAR.

-THE Whole of the war is concentrated for the moment in the East_ L The rear sphere of intense activity is at present enclosed m that enormous zone which includes the Alps of Trent no less than Jhehiy ' the northern Serbian line, as well as the country of Strumnitza and bli th S
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BY AN ENEMY SUBMARINE : THE SHELLED, TORPEDOED, AND SUNK ITALIAN EMIGRANT LINER " ANCONA," WHICH HAD AMERICANS ABOARD. i i fhili G p —[Phcto. by PJíotoprcs.'1 According to Italian advices, based on information from the Emigration Bureau, of 5C7 parsengers (Greek and Italian emigr
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AND DEVICE BY THE IN' ONE ! NEW HAMMOCK AND STRETCHER INGENIOUS ADOPTED BELGIAN GOVERNMENT. ihih i —[Photos. Illustrations Bureau J] The comfort of troops at the fror^ csnnot be too carefully considered, and that this fact is understood by the Allies receives proof in our illustr
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AN " ANZAC " COUNTERPART OF THE "BIRKENHEAD DRILL": HEROES OF THE BRITISH TRANSPORT "SOUTHLAND," TORPEDOED IN THE jEGEAN. l hi N p ; () —[Photos. Topical.\ The War Office announced on November n that on September 2 the transport "Southland," from Alexandria, was torpedoed in the
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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STEEL-HELMETED AND " TEDDY-BEAR "-COATED BRITISH OFFICERS: READY FOR THE GERMANS AND FOR WINTER' en more than usually numero dri thi t th thfihid i g g —{Photo, by illustrations,Bureau.] Head-wouHds have been numerous during the war, owing to the trench-fighting, and , more than
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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GERMANY'S NEW SUBMARINE TACTICS: A "LAKE" BOAT ENTERING A MINE-FIELD^ LA^ ri-r r-^rivi rJ >■ », r«r, i.ts It is built to lay min« and not, apparently, to décharge torpeo«. Ships ttm class A SUBMARINE LAYING MINES UNDER -hh r* tr i z rrr*. ^ wate^ typt "which could lay these ^dead
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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IN. hauling FOR winch THE WITH PARTIALLY INFLATED ; ----^ ^^ ohlongi and was fùst «perimen tally introduced m e e ^ {of ktcping it steady and head to w d blln with a special attachmen "Si" (sausage) is on board its ship: a » kite » balloon tachment at tne rcax r 4 „ (sausagc) is
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
Little Lives of Great Men.

Little Lives of Great Men.

XLIV.—SIR JOHN NIXON. K.C.B. THE leader of the least known, but not the least remarkable, of our numerous campaigns, that in Mesopo¬ tamia, is an officer of great experience in Indian Frontier fighting, and especially distinguished as a cavalry commander lohn Eccles Nixon was bo
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE COUNTRY THE RUSSIANS ARE FIGHTING THROUGH IN THE CAUCASUS : ONE OF THE TURKISH POSITIONS THEY HAVE TAKEN. London News " in the Caucasus.] ...J! Owing to the infrequent reports from the Russian front in the Caucasus, less attention than it deserves has been paid to that campai
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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RV THE FRENCH • THE SERBIAN TOWN OF VELES (OR KUPRULU). . . t v , • a town 0f „me 15,000 inhabitants, situated on th by French troops on the 8th mst. Ve. beCn the scene o REPORTED TO "HAVE BEEN RECAPTURED FROM THE BULGARIANS, Dv rtniui uwira v.»« — L..L Vdbt twentyseven miles sou
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England