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THE ALLIED TROOPS SALONIKA : FRENCH LANDING The French forces, according to a correspondent of the "Petit Parisien" i Ath ldd INFANTRY ON THE MARCH—THE BAY OF SALONIKA IN THE BACKGROUND. —[Photo, by C.N.) S in Athens, some two and a-half miles from Salonika. The troops then march
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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GERMAN PRISONERS RUNNING OFF UNESCORTED, DURING ACTION, TO REPORT THEMSELVES TO FRENCH SUPPORTS : A UNIQUE BATTLE-PICTURE. In some ways, this is an extraordinary picture—quite a curiosity in battlefield photographs. It represents a crowd of Germans, who surrendered en masse to th
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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FIFTY YEARS A PRUSSIAN OFFICER: GENERAL VON KLUCK, NOW REPORTED READY FOR HIS "NEW DUTIES"—ON HIS SERVICE JUBILEE. Pi Wf 8d id th I C —[Koto, by X*rsp*i*r lUus.} 1 TOn in..—It who led the invasion of France last year, at the head of the German First Army, and was wounded by shrap
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SHIFTY ACTOR IN THE CAVELL TRAGEDY: BARON VON DER LANCKEN. Before the execution of Miss Carel! at Brussels, the American Minister there, Mr. Brand Whitlock, sent an eloquent plea for mercy, in identical terrrn, to Baron von'der Lancken, Head of the Political Depart¬ ment of the G
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AIDING SERBIA : GENERAL SARRAIL, COMMANDER OF THE FRENCH ARMY OF THE ORIENT. —[Photo, by Wyndham.] General Sarrail, who fought with much distinction at the Battle of the Marne, arrived in Serbia last week. He was the first to set foot on Greek soil when the French detachment land
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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IN BEGINNING, AMONG THEIR NATIVE HILLS, A CAREER HEROICALLY FOLLOWED f Si I Hilt Htre we GALLIPOLI : SWEARING-IN GURKHA RECRUITS AT ABBOTTABAD. (since awarded the D.S.O. in Gallipoli). He is seen in the central group towards the left, swearing-in N, The heroism of the Gurkhas in
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
HOW IT WORKS : XLI.—REFRIGERATING MACHINERY.

HOW IT WORKS : XLI.—REFRIGERATING MACHINERY.

THE provision of a continuous supply of fresh meat to troops in the most advanced positions has been made possible and finally attained by the use of refrigerating machinery, not only at the base where the animals are slaughtered and the depots (Fig. 5) near the front, but also
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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RELICS OF GERMAN AIR-RAIDS ON PARIS : THREE TYPES I' is a long tune since the Germans succeeded in doing any damage by airraids on Paris for it ¡ OF BOMBS DROPPED ON THE CITY BY ENEMY AIRMEN. bftii i y ge citys northwestern curvehas —[Official issued by the French War Office. Su
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AFTER A BATTLE IN CHAMPAGNE : A WOUNDED BAVARIAN CARRIED BY FELLOW-PRISONERS AND GUARDED BY A SLIGHTLY WOUNDED FRENCHMAN. dd itif fid th t thddl B A Bavarian soldier, wounded in the head, right arm, and legs, is here seen being carried to the rear by two other German prisoners, w
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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excavating to reach an unexploded german shell! 32 feet underground. Many photograph, hare been published to illustrate thif l! the enormous size of craters made by the explosion of the larger shells, and their devastating effects. The two reproduced above show their tremendous e
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England