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MAKING BLANKETS OUT OF NEWSPAPERS, FOR SOLDIERS hi if ild i AT THE FRONT : WORK ON WAR-COMFORTS IN BERLIN. The Germans are nothing not practical, and, in the stress of war-need, are leaving nothing unutilised, from stray gold pieces and copper pans to back numbers of r .-wspapers
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE BRITISH FORCING OF THE DARDANELLES IN 1807 : WHEN THE TURKISH FORTS AT THE NARROWS FIRED " HUGE STONE SHOT." 7 How in 1807 a British fleet forced the Dardanelles, is told by the author of " The Dardanelles : Their Story and Their Significance in the Great War." After mentioni
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
THE CANINE AIDE: DOGS IN WAR.

THE CANINE AIDE: DOGS IN WAR.

DOGS have been extensively employed on both sides in the Great War for Red Cross work, for sentry duty and scouting, and, as in the Belgian Army, for drawing machine-guns. Quite recently, too, there was an instance of their being used, by the Turks, for attacking purposes. In th
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SOME OF THE GERMAN ARMY'S 2000 AMBULANCE DOGS : FINDING WOUNDED IN A WOLF'S LAIR, AND IN THE SNOW. As mentioned in our article on the opposite page, there are 2000 dogs serving as ambulance helpers with the German forces. A neutral correspondent of the "Times," describing the ene
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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QUEEN WILHELMINA AMONG HER SOLDIERS : IN HOLLAND, THE BENEFACTOR OF MULTITUDES OF BELGIAN REFUGEES, AND OF INTERNED BRITISH. lif y —[Photo, by Continphot.] Jueen Wflhelmina of the Netherlands is seen in the centre of the illustration while attending a field-day display of Dutch t
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THEATRE OF WAR : GERMAN AND AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN GENERALS COMMAND!) T HE FNEMY'S LEADERS ;n THE EASTERN AGAINST THE RUSSIANS IN GALICIA, POLAND, AND THE BALTIC PROVINCES PORTRAITS FROM A GERMAN PAPER. At the end of September it was reported that von Hirwienburg, disregarding the Fran
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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GERMANS CAPTURED IN THE RECENT THE LARGEST OF YET VICTORY MARCHED THROUGH SOUTHAMPTON : BATCH PRISONERS LANDED HERE. hdd Gith lt b ldd Elih i y —[Photos. by Central Press.) Eleven German prisoners—the largest number yet at an English port since the beginning of the war—arrived at
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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FOR WHAT USE ? AN ELECTRIC VENTILATOR IN A GERMAN TRENCH—FOR DISSIPATING ERRANT GAS-FUMES OR DRYING THE TRENCH ? appUanCK ,or ,ht ^frtf thth i th p -[PAoto. by Wyndham.] TREN ^mforts of the weather in the trenches hare, from »/T UPO° m , G?™nK b0th 1,7 0Ur OWn men and the French'
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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captured by the french in the great victory of september 25 b Fh d and following days : typical specimens of the german prisoners. tk b the French numbering over 20000 according to the latest published estimate up to b —[Photo, by Newspaper Illustrations.] LJ f A sullen-looking l
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WEARING THEIR SHRAPNEL-PROOF STEEL HELMETS : FRENCH SOLDIERS The steel helmet for tti th hd it hlblld TAKING A WELL-EARNED REST AFTER THE FIGHTING IN CHAMPAGNE. —[Photo, by Topical.] protecting the against shrapnel-bullets and shell-splinters has now become a familiar part of the
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England