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DOGS EMPLOYED FOR FIELD-AMBULANCE PURPOSES BY THE FRENCH ARMY : HIGHLY TRAINED ANIMALS AT WORK FINDING WOUNDED SOLDIERS. The photographs on the opposite page show the various types of dogs employed by the French Army t ¡ to i b hiidd bk Ph mans handkerchi —[Photos, by Branger.] t
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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DUMMY MEN AND GUNS ! AN ELABORATE " FAKE " POSITION MADE BY THE AUSTRIANS TO DECEIVE THE ENEMY ARTILLERY AND AIRMEN. g —[Photo, by C.N.] We Alústrate here yet another example of the use of dummy men and dummy guns to draw the enemy's fire and to deceive him generally. All the arm
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AN IDEAL POSITION : A GERMAN SNIPER'S LAIR IN A HOLLOW TREE. In the forest districts of the Vosges, the snipers on both sides hare little difficulty in find:ng wellconcealed lurking-places whence they can carry on their work as sharpshooters. The illustration above, reproduced fr
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A KOVNO GUNNERS' OBSERVATION-POST : GERMANS INSTALLED IN POSSESSION. Look-out posts up 4rees offer such obvious observation-facilities that they abound all over the war-area. That shown here, according to the German paper from which we reproduce the illustration, was a Russian po
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE GERMAN CAVALRY ON THE EASTERN FRONT : UHLANS ATTACKING A RUSSIAN BAGGAGE-CONVOY AT A FORD. id b Gid fi illtti i G f tiftil Odtd i tht ti thdli it The above mcident depicted by a German artist, and forming an illustration in a German paper, from which we reproduce it, is an in
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHERE "THERE WAS A GREAT ROUNDING UP OF PRISONERS FROM CELLARS AND DUG-OUTS": BRITISH INFANTRY OF THE NEW ARMIES STORMING THE VILLAGE OF LOOS d i Draw by Frédéric de Hahnen. Describing the recent British victory near Lens, where over 3000 Germans were captured, Mr. John Buchan wr
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AS IN BELGIUM DURING THE ADVANCE : GERMAN ARTILLERYMEN IN QUARTERS RUSHING TO HORSE THE GUNS ON A SUDDEN ALARM. i fa f G f The photograph, from a German paper, reproduced above, represents an incident " somewhere at the front "—the sudden giving of an alarm and the hasty turning-
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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GERMAN PRISONERS IN SOUTHAMPTON: 1100 OF THE 3000 CAPTURED IN THE RECENT VICTORY, ON THEIR WAY TO INTERNMENT. i ii Offi88 g —[PJiolo. by Ctnlral Prt^s.] In his first message announcing the victorious British advance on September 25 from Vermelles and Grenay to Hulluch and Loos, S
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
HOW IT WORKS : XXXVIII.—AEROPLANING AT NIGHT.

HOW IT WORKS : XXXVIII.—AEROPLANING AT NIGHT.

THE safe manipulation of an aeroplane in the darkness, particularly Jduring the operation of landing, requires considerable skill on the part of the pilot ; and even then serious risk is inevitable unless careful preparations be made at the landing-place, so that the pilot may h
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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■■■■a THE FRENCH ADVANCE IN CHAMPAGNE: GENERAL VILLARET CONGRATULATING CAVALRY. H ^'Ch ^ ""f ChanCe "ki g —{Photo, by Topical.} wH« ^ne'rCh| ^ -ChanCe "S skilfu"y ,h,! "c-nt advanc,. Here pagne Th" G«rm Tf t-"°P"S ^ ^ a a*ainst th<= enemy in Chamm!'< ? ' Seekmg t0 mm,mIS= th= vic
06 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England