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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
 
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ON ITS WAY TO A RUSSIAN ARSENAL AND FOR DISPLAY BEFORE THE PUBLIC AS A TROPHY WON BY THEIR Idii COUNTRYMEN : A CAPTURED GERMAN HEAVY HOWITZER BEING CARRIED OFF UNDER ESCORT OF RUSSIAN SOLDIERS. —[Drawn by H. C. Seppings-Wright, " Illustrated London News " Artist with the Russians
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A FINE CHARGE DURING THE VICTORIOUS BRITISH ADVANCE AT LOOS: THE ATTACK ON THE f Biih bliih f bb idhd th iti bt th Bitih d th fitü G th Thittk SOUTHERN SAP.— — Drawn by John de G. Bryan from Material Supplied by an Officer Present at the Action. Part of one British battalion, wit
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
BATHS FOR BRITISH TROOPS AT THE FRONT.

BATHS FOR BRITISH TROOPS AT THE FRONT.

MR. ARNOLD BENNETT, writing in the Illustrated 'London News the other day of his impressions during a visit to the front, gave the following description of a bathing establishment for the troops : " Once I did get the sensation of fighting-men existing in bulk. It was h bhf g at
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BEER-VATS FILLED WITH HOT WATER—AND BRITISH SOLDIERS hJriÏ1hbTfMrArn0W Bennett °n thC °PPOSite Page' ^ -Porta,, part in mate"T l ' «h. troo^ at th. front Vi l bildi A BREWERY AS A BATHING ESTABLISHMENT AT THE FRONT 'J1: T7" T; hmtr 1Ï Í: OT i : linni , front. Various large buildi
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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MEN ür AN TO BE OFFICERED BY ARMY SAID GERMAN SERGEANTS : The Austrian Army has not made a very brilliant record in the war It suffered heavy defeats from AUSTRIAN INFANTRY RESERVES MARCHING THROUGH A POLISH VILLAGE. the command of Geth hd b —[Photo, by Topical.} war. the Russian
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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ONE OF THE 121 TAKEN BY THE FRENCH IN CHAMPAGNE : A The full extent of the war material captured by the French in Champagne was not at once known the GERMAN HEAVY GUN PASSING THROUGH HILAIRE. CAPTURED at a more complete estimate of thbf k '~T¡ {/Violo, by ileuriss. GE known, firs
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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FOLLOWING UP THE GREAT ADVANCE IN CHAMPAGNE : FRENCH SOLDIERS WATCHING ONE OF THEIR BIG GUNS SHATTERING GERMAN TRENCHES. gpg —[Photo, by Meurisst.] The French have not rested content with the initial victory gained by their great offensive movement in Champagne, but are vigorousl
13 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England