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ITALY'S KRUPP-TYPE FIELD-HOWITZER : A TYPE OF Ill ff th b illi WEAPON WITH WHICH TWENTY BATTERIES ARE ARMED. —[Photos, by Bottini] In all four of the a bo re illustrations we eee specimens of the Italian Krupp-type field-howitzer, with I which, as well as with powerful position-g
02 June 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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ITALY'S EFFICIENT AND HIGHLY TRAINED ARTILLERY : AMMUNITION-WAGONS OF A FIELD BATTERY MOVING ACROSS COUNTRY. —[Photo, by Botlim.} Since the war in Tripoli, the Italian artillery has been reorganised and practically entirely rearmed. This is largely due to the initiative and energ
02 June 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
THE GERMAN INCENDIARY BOMB: ITS COMPOSITION; AND PRECAUTIONS AGAINST IT.

THE GERMAN INCENDIARY BOMB: ITS COMPOSITION; AND PRECAUTIONS AGAINST IT.

T N order to deal with fires from incendiary bombs, their make should be used— t00d' and the foUowing describes one of the types frequently (a) The bomb, as a rule, is conical, of ten inches diameter at the base corded round, and has a metal handle at the apex (see A), (b) The b
02 June 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHY MORE SHELLS ARE URGENTLY NEEDED AT THE FRONT: A DAY'S EXPENDITURE OF A SINGLE FRENCH BATTERY OF " 75's." The famous French field-piece, the " 75/' can discharge, it is stated, twenty-five rounds in a minute and keep up the amazing rate of firing as fast as shells are supplied
02 June 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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"The remains of a battalion of Saxons," wrote " Eye-Witness » recent^ "l^^ed T OWN COMRADES BEFORE THE EYES OF THE BRITISH INFANTRY": J ^ ri INFANTRY : SAXONS SURRENDERING UNDER PRUSSIAN FIRE—Di» mass i opened rapid fire from the flank enfilading th ®Y FRÉDÉR,C DE Haenen. mass i
02 June 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BROTHERS IN ARMS : AN ENEMY PHOTOGRAPH OF GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN SOLDIERS MARCHING SHOULDER-TO-SHOULDER AGAINST THE RUSSIANS. Ihihh fr In this photograph, from a German paper, of German and Austrian troops on the mardi together during recent operations against the Russians, the Germ
02 June 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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=J A SHRAPNEL SHELL AT THE MOMENT OF BURSTING : A The photographTJhtlken'm%idPrk' d^ * *i?apnel Sh'" looks like at the moment of bursting p t REMARKABLE PHOTOGRAPH FROM THE BATTLEFIELD :ïï °'C: ^P^TuL^Tj LL .d^h bursting. Whe„p tT'tr™~ tr Tapacl bursting — the ***» -r. its branch
02 June 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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GULLING THE GERMAN PUBLIC : 'CARRYING OFF A CAPTURED BRITISH HOWITZER NEAR YPRES "—AN ENEMY PICTURE. This illustration, reproduced from a German newspaper, purports to represent the carrying-off of a British howitzer " captured during the fighting near Ypres on April 22." April 2
02 June 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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jajÄÄi whe» •»>»».««»«■■«, ta dfta" » «* opposite pj. of screen-protection ¡3 provided "HE " cS 11 * ■ nN tNtM*. ¿ H ,ta Here we see at a glance the methods of action of the two classes of projectile. provided. ir '¿zttzïiïi á¿?£ (0r COmP,ete entrenChmCTt » » indispensable aJ'aga
02 June 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WINTER FASHIONS IN THE FRENCH TRENCHES : DUMANET S Th Fh W Miit h lkd ft thitf thll lh bllii EVERY-DAY WEAR DURING THE PAST FOUR MONTHS. The French War Ministry has looked after the winter wear of the troops all along the battle-line with continuous solicitude in the matter of he
28 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England