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li] • KEEP STEP THERE .'-KEEP THE LINE ! » FRENCH INFANTRY, IN THEIR PRESENT-DAY BATTLE-DRESS, ADVANCING UNDER FIRE. Very different does the French linesman of October 1915 look in his up-todate battlefield turnout from dt th hli Fh fFrovt a Drawing bv Georges Scott.} , the infan
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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• WHIPPING UP THE SEA LIKE RAINDROPS » : TURKISH SHRAPNEL BURSTING k thn the » Clacton were killed by shrapne imdthe Cgtam ncnn CLACTON" DURING AN AUSTRALIAN LANDING AT GABA TEPE. steam siren through the air, and a couple of shells burst like rockets in the air and whipped up the
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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IN ACTION ABOARD A BRITISH MONITOR OFF THE BELGIAN COAST • WATCHING THE SHELLING OF ENEMY AIRCRAFT. —[Photo, by Central News.] As recent German communiqués have stated, British monitors have made their reappearance off the I Belgian coast and have been at work bombarding the enem
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AN AUSTRALIAN V.C.: 2nd LIEUT. HUGO VIVIAN HOPE THROSSELL. f ived the recognition of the world at large : A The glorious work done by the « An*acs » has, of course, received nothing finer than their fighting at the Dardanelles has been done. For ttat to see that eight of the ten
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A GRAMOPHONE IN THE ' ANZAC " TRENCHES : WITH THE loth LIGHT HORSE (AUSTRALIAN). Iil F won his Cross during operations on Hill 60, Gallipoli. Although severely wounded he f -jPnotos. by C.r.\ T Force Xf to Ce his post or obtain medical assistance till danger was past, when he had
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SERBIA'S FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE AGAINST THE GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN INVADERS: OUR ALLY MAKING ff lhth tedf Sb t Orso AN ARTILLERY EFFORT TO BAR THE PASSAGE OF THE DANUBE, AND CAUSING THE ENEMY HEAVY LOSS. The Danube which opposite Belgrade is a mile wide, maintains that breadth on the
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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VARI-COLOURED SAND-BAGS BEATEN INTO SHAPE WITH 41 CLUBS " ; H i thkif G fi AND WIRE NETTING : A GERMAN FIRE-TRENCH UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Here we see in the making one of the German fire-trenches of the latest pattern. The wire-netting revetment, seen stretched across the face of th
20 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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?r"" THE GREEK PORT IN THE f i Sliifid Gk G bhh ii BALKANS WHERE ALLIED TROOPS HAVE LANDED TO ASSIST SERBIA : SALONICA— hi hlht t" Slithlld Thlifit b f i hit b J THE ANCIENT THESSALONICA OF ST. PAUL—TAKEN FROM stalling ^hcUfariam! 'rl^î ¡t ,surrende"<1 <° the Greeks, who just suc
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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CLOSE THE SCENE THE GERMAN CROSSING OF THE The Iron Gate (Eie T) f th Dbhih th Gli h i RIVER : THE FAMOUS " IRON GATE ' THE DANUBE. (Eiseraes of the Danube, near which the Germans claim to have crossed into Serbia, is a river gorge of world-wide celebrity. There the Danube is for
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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REPORTED TO BE IN COMMAND OF AUSTRO-GERMAN FORCES INVADING SERBIA : FIELD-MARSHAL VON MACKENSEN—REVIEWING AUSTRIAN TROOPS. 1 —[Photo, by Topical.] A German wireless message stated on October 7 that " the German and Austro-Hungarian troops have crossed the Drina, the Save, and the
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England