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BRITISH TRENCHES IN THE DESERT : TROOPS DIGGING THEMSELVES IN. In whatever portion of the globe fighting is going on—East and West, from Belgium to Poland, from Serbia to the Persian Gulf—digging-in tactics are a primary necessity owing to the wholesale slaughter produced by the
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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TURKISH " ONE-MAN TRENCHES " : TO GIVE COVER FROM ENFILADE FIRE. i —[Photo, by Underwood and Underwood.] This fa a type of trench which the Turks employ largely—particularly in the Mesopotamia campaign— the "one-man trench," or, as they used to be called in the Crimean War, where
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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1 HE COMMITTEE FIVE : THE THE NEW WAR COUNCIL OF THE MEMBERS OF f rii BRITISH CABINET. pgys sho —[Photos, by Thomson, Swine, Ufaydlt, Russell and Bassano.i rhe new War Council, or Committee of Five, whose names the Prime Minister announced in Parliament on November 11, practicall
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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RIVER. IN UP BRUSH AND THE TOILETTE OF THE " 75 " : A FRENCH BATTERY tl HAVING A "WASH hare to do in addition fa worse ; every kind of soD, from stiff, clayey ploughl As can be understood, the wheels and bodies of vehicles at the ^become constantly plastered with mud, for the « m
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHERE THE GUARDS WON FRESH LAURELS : THE STORMING OF CHALK-PIT SLOPES AT THE BATTLE OF LOOS. [Drawn by F. Je Hamen.] Irish and Scots Guards, and Coldstreamers, forming the Second Brigade, Guards Division^ carried out the storming of the Chalk Pit, near Loos, on the first day of t
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
HOW IT WORKS : XLIV.—ARTIFICIAL LIMBS.

HOW IT WORKS : XLIV.—ARTIFICIAL LIMBS.

T HE special branch of mechanics dealing with the in\ ention and T construction of artificial limbs has been brought very much to the front by the appalling number of cases in which men wounded h lt e or y pp present war have lost one more limbs as a consequence of their wounds.
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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FIELD AND WITH THE FRENCH FORCE AT THE DARDANELLES: WATER-SUPPLY; AN OFFICER'S FUNERAL; • tír^ntio in a atrial reconnaissances. Although, as regai DRESSING-STATION. i Gllili It ttd cently m a aerial reconnaissances Although, as regards infantry attacks, the fighting has been at a
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHEN BRITISH TROOPS WERE LEARNING TO FIGHT GAS : A PRACTICE BATTLE -A SMOKE-BOMB (LEFT) AND A MINE (kiGHI) EXPLODING is photograph was taken when British troops were learning to combat the enemy's use f bb th riht thli á ' S PRACTIC This of gas-bombs, a form of warfare which, sur
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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TROOPS PRACTISING BLOWING UP ENEMY TRENCHES : BRITISH hli it tnlooker at no very great distance is EXPLODE A MINE WHILE LEARNING THE BUSINESS OF MODERN WARFARE. parcel of the every-day training of troops, even when not immediately face to face with the enemy i The blowing up of a
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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PRACTISING WITH NEW BOMB-THROWER FOR TRENCH WARFARE : USE IN BRITISH TROOPS TESTS WITH CATAPULT end to the resourcefulness and ingenuity our soldiers display on every opportunity in regard havef t b th There is no to bomb-throwing methods and, in particular, in the inventing and
17 November 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England