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POWERFUL WEAPONS DESIGNED TO HIT HARD AT LONG RANGE : A RUSSIAN HEAVY GUN IN ACTION. y py —[Phcto. by CJV.] OS The Russian artillery has been entirely reorgan sed and practically completely re-armed during the past ten years, profiting by the experience gained during the war with
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BY THE RUSSIANS : THE GERMAN CRUISER, WITH FLAG HALF-WAY DOWN, AGROUND ON GOTHLAND. THE "ALBATROSS" FORCED ASHORE The Russian official statement regarding the naval action in the Baltic on July 2 said : " This morning, parallel with the Oestergarn lighthouse on the east coast of
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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GERMAN WOUNDED AND SURVIVORS OF THE /»ALBATROSS" AFTER THE BALTIC FIGHT: ASHORE, AMONG SWEDISH SOLDIERS AND PEASANTS. The German Admiralty stated in its account of the naval action in the Baltic on July 2, when the German mine-laying cruiser " Albatross " had to run ashore in a s
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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T"~ HOMER GHOST STIRRED THE MAY HAVE MEN OF "THE BY ONE OF THE DEEDS AT THE DARDANELLES, IMMORTAL 29TH DIVISION," THAT f h SING THEIR VALOUR": THE 5TH ROYAL SCOTS AND THE WORCESTERS RECAPTURING T tll thf TRENCH, WHEN THE ENEMY FOUGHT EVEN WITH STONES. —[Dratrn by R. Caton Woodcii
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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FATEFUL MOMENTS OF IAN HAMILTON'S " ILIAD " : THE " RIVER CLYDE " RUNNING ASHORE, AND LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS BEING TOWED TO " W " BEACH. Sir Ian Hamilton has described vividly the beaching of the " River Clyde," and the landing of the J Lancashire Fusiliers, than which "no finer fe
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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• J"!. U"LE DARK THINGS ARE DEAD TÜRKS": A CORPSE-STREWN BATTLEFIELD IN GALLIPOLI BEFORE AN ALLIED TRENCH. dk In their attacks upon the British and French lines in Gallipoli the Turks have suffed hil Th CORP Gallipoli, heavily. The sender of this photograph (a member of the Allie
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A TURK'S KINDNESS TO " THE HARMLESS, NECESSARY CAT" : FEEDING AFTER THE BOMBARDMENT. HOMELESS PUSSIES IN CHANAK Some Turks, it appears, have a soft spot in their hearts for animals, notwithstanding the treatment meted out some years ago to the pariah dogs of Constantinople. This
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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I F0R, Tr E"'m " ™ ». DuduJuo! ' h™ . r 5"™ "»"»'•>•* ».« t, . Orm,n „ ¿sí ACTION WITH A KRUPP number of 14-inch Knipps firing shells of ih " 'JL ^ COAST-DEFENCE GUN. ¿sí. r " *■,"• -™* (0r'"gUn3 "C °' 9"-mCh Md "-inch -»»™. «*« shell, weighing 420 lb.' 'and 66c" 1K ZZtZtl Knipps
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
HOW IT WORKS : XXVI.—THE MACHINE RIFLE.

HOW IT WORKS : XXVI.—THE MACHINE RIFLE.

H rpHP extraordinary efficiency of the best machine-guns has encouraged THLentors^to investigate the possibilities of a lighter form to be easily carried and operated by one man. placed the f this type now in use may be placed t opy Amongst the best weapons of Lewis Automatic Ma
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHERE NEW GUNS FOR THE FRENCH ARTILLERY ARE TESTED MESSRS. SCHNEIDER'S ORDNANCE PRACTICE-GROUND AT HARFLEUR. these four practice-bounds, some ,0.000 cannon-shots are fired „er, year. The Harfieur , ""f ä all m one place. Messrs. Schnerder y ordnance practice-grounds-two near £ s
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England