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AT THE M. HELM OF SERBIA'S STORM-TOSSED SHIP OF STATE : th! SerbUn Prtmiîr. «"» >»m ¡» '846. Ht entered the Government service as an engineer NICOLAS PASHITCH, PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS. Foreign Miit E t P —[Photo, by Tchtmoff.} lj engineer, and fought m the Turkish W
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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ROAD. OUR SCOTTISH REGIMENTS AT THE FRONT : A PICKET OF A HIGHLAND CORPS HOLDING N A Si bttli The Highland Light Infantry (Lanark Ayr and the Clyde districts) Scotland's famous regiments are renewing their historic renown all over the seat of war, in the West, and in the campaign
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
HOW IT WORKS: XXXIX.—AEROPLANES AND SEAPLANES.

HOW IT WORKS: XXXIX.—AEROPLANES AND SEAPLANES.

THE modern aeroplane is supported in the air by the same combination of forces as that employed in flying an ordinary kite (Fig. 5)—i.e., the pressure of the air on the underside of the sloping planes or wings. In the case of the kite a wind is necessary to enable it to remain i
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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MINISTERS OF MUNITIONS : M. ALBERT THOMAS AND MR. LLOYD GEORGE. g —[Photo. S. and G.] The meeting of the French Under-Secretary for Munitions and Mr. Lloyd George was most cordial ; and the address of M. Thomas to the representatives of Labour showed how readily Labour in France
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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" THE MOST EFFICIENT RECRUITING-SERGEANT IN ENGLAND " : THE EARL OF DERBY. i fh Th —[Photo. L.N.A.] Lord Derby, soldier, statesman, and " Director of Recruiting," is the right man for the post. The tact with which he formed the Dockers' Battalion will find opportunity in his new
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A SEEMINGLY ENDLESS STREAM !—A LONG COLUMN OF GERMAN PRISONERS TAKEN The victories of the French on September 25 and the following days in Champagne threw into the hands THE FRENCH ON THE MARCH IN CHAMPAGNE. thl i bthffi y, , held up their hands —[Photo, by Underwood a,td UtuUrwo
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
THE EXPLOIT OF GUY D'OYLY HUGHES.

THE EXPLOIT OF GUY D'OYLY HUGHES.

LIEUT. GUY D'OYLY HUGHES has been ap pointed a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order for an extraordinary feat on Aug. 21 of this year. The Admiralty has issued that part of the report of the com¬ manding officer of a submarine in the Sea of Marmora which bears on the ex¬
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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GERMAN "WIT": THE GRAND DUKE—" A GENERAL ON THE RETIRED LIST." These are illttd lf G A LIST. samples of German "wit" up to date, reproduced from a German paper. Tc the left, the Grand Duke Nicholas is seen, under the title of "A General on the Retired List," looking gloomily m to
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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im SCENE OF THE BRITISH VICTORY OF SEPTEMBER 25, A STREET .» LOOS AFTER THE ATTACK WAS OVER 1 nr. oUJir.E» ur An .. . » 4. __.-i.-i /=„«. r.f *Vip infantrv advance thev were unable to ïï3 «SÇ that at the critical first moment of the infantry advance they were unable to offer adeq
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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CONFIRMATION BY CAMERA : LOOS AND ITS '* TOWER BRIDGE The official photograph of the battered village of Loos (given opposite), affords exceptional confirmation f h DURING THE BATTLE, AS DRAWN BY A SPECIAL ARTIST. position of the viewpoints In the battl it th ldk Îwïs^cZZ S of th
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England