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BITING WITH ALL HER TEETH AT ONCE : THE TREMENDOUS POWER OF A GREAT MODERN BATTLE-SHIP'S BROADSIDE. —[Drawn by Charles J. de Lacy.] The naval battles of the Falkland Islands and the North Sea have shown the enormous power of the British Navy's heavy guns, and suggest some idea of
10 February 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHY THE " LION " BEGAN TO HIT AT A RANGE OF 17,000 YARDS ! A TARGET DURING BATTLE-PRACTICE BY BRITISH SHIPS. ihifd fhhild i dldf The recent fine fight in the North Sea gave further demonstration of the magnificent gunnery of the British Navy. Did not Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty
10 February 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE NEW 2s. BRITISH " WADERS " : A PROTECTION AGAINST FLOODS AND FROST-BITE. The late Major-General Sir Luke O'Connor, who was in the trenches at Sebastopol, said, as Colonel F. N. Maude has recalled : " Men don't so much mind the chance of getting killed : what they cannot stand
10 February 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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1 HE JAPANESE ANTICIPATING KRUPP : AN EASILY CARRIED BAMBOO TRENCH-MORTAR USED IN APPROACH-TRENCHES. Of the ingenuities of warfare' there is of course, no end. Also, as some of the special illustrations we have published from time to time have shown, there are many repetitions of
10 February 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
Little Lives of Great Men.

Little Lives of Great Men.

IV.—SIR DAVID HENDERSON. AT the beginning of the war there were gloomy pessimists who vowed that our military air-service had been neglected, and that it would not prove surprisingly efficient. Their forebodings have been dispelled by events to which remarkable testimony is born
10 February 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 

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ISLANDS BACK IN THE VICTOR OF THE FALKLAND ENGLAND : VICE-ADMIRAL SIR DOVETON STURDEE AT ADMIRALTY HOUSE, PLYMOUTH. —[Photo, by Newspaper Illustrations.1 Vice-Admiral Sir Doveton Sturdee, who commanded the British squadron in the victory oft the Falkland Islands, recently landed
10 February 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE TURKISH INVASION OF EGYPT : THE SUEZ CANAL—SHOWING THE SCENES OF THE ACTIONS AT EL KANTARA, TOUSSOUM, SERAPEUM, AND ISMAILIA. p —[Drawn by W. B. Robinson.] The attempted invasion of Egypt by the Turks began on February 3. Summarising the events of the first two days' fighting
10 February 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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MEN WHO ARE KEEPING THE FLAG FLYING IN EGYPT : SNAPSHOTS AMONG THE AUSTRALIANS AND THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. These are some of the troops who are keeping the fl fli f th Ei i E Ph flag flying for the Empire in Egypt No. I shows Australian artillerymen undergoing instructi
10 February 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHY MAY W£ NOT SEE THE TROPHIES. OUR SOLDIERS HAVE WON ?—HOW CAPTURED GERMAN GUNS ARE DISPLAYED IN PARIS. —IPholo. by C.N.] It seems inexplicable that the public may not see the captured German guns—stated to number over 150— which hare reached England, and are being kept in secl
10 February 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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HHHHHI OF THE NÂVY THE AEMY s Nos. i and 3 by J. Russell and Sons: No. ondon Stereoscopic Co.. Ltd. ; and No. 4 by R. Hainf.s. ADMIRAL SIR JOHN JELLICOE, K.C.B., K.C.V.O Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Fleet. FIELD-MARSHAL EARL KITCHENER OF KHARTUM, P.C., K.P., G.C.B,, O.M., etc.
10 February 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England