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LIKE DEVILS NOT BUT APPEARED TO WHEN BRITISH GERMAN LIKE SOLDIERS, GAS-MASKED TERRITORIALS CHARGING. Th G hld thi bt ld hk hih lll C Rd BRI L During the battle of Loos, a certain London regiment of Territorials had as its objective the second-line G-rman trench, running along a c
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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GERM Ali Y LOOKS TO THE EAST—TO " STRAFE " ENGLAND! Hri tldbii f CARICATURES BEARING ON THE MUCH-DISCUSSED SUBJECT. Here we give two more would-be comic pictures from German papers. That on the left shows Sir Edward Grey shivering in the blast from a door opened by a German soldi
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WHERE THE BULGARIANS CLAIM VICTORIES : USKUB, AN IMPORTANT JUNCTION ON THF. SALONIKA-NISH LINE ; AND EGRIE PAL A.NKA. ii Ri Vdhih i thtime forty miles to the southwest of Uskub and thence —[PAotoi. by Alfen.] U ... . ... th. n,il«mans are stated to have captured, is of notable im
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE FRENCH SECOND-IN-COMMAND IN SERBIA : GENERAL BAILLOUD. —[Photo, by C..V.] General Bailloud, who was previously with the French forces in Gallipoli, took command there after General Gouraud was wounded until General Sarrail succecded the latter. Now General Sarrail has been tr
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AFTER THE ALLIED LANDING AT SALONIKA : A BRITISH STRETCHER-PARTY PASSING FRENCH TROOPS HALTED AT THE ROADSIDE. —[Photo, by C.N. 1 'France and England," said M. Viviani, the French Premier, in a recent speech on the situation in the Balkans, " in agreement with their Allies, have
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AFTER STORMING A TRENCH-SECTION : GERMANS RECONNOITRING THE GROUND ADJOINING, IN ANTICIPATION OF A COUNTER-ATTACK. The actual capture of a trench or line of trenches (for the sections mostly connect with one another and intersect with zig-zagged communication-ways and auxiliary p
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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■p.— =~ THE EARS OF THE ENEMY IN THICK WEATHER AND AT NIGHT : A GERMAN TRENCH LISTENING-PATROL ON DUTY. ii t bt th thd li t thround Stealthy footfalls EAS Listening-patrols are indispensable in trench-warfare, and they have a vitally important part to fulfil. On their alertness i
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BULGARIA'S FIRST MOVE IN THE NEW BALKAN WAR: AN ATTACK ON SERBIAN TRENCHES GUARDING THE RAILWAY FROM SALONIKA TO NISH TO PREVENT ALLIED REINFORCEMENTS REACHING THE MAIN SERBIAN ARMY.- -DRAVN BY F. DE Haenen. According to the plan of campaign followed since the Austro-German-Bulga
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A GERMAN SHELL-EXPLOSION PHOTOGRAPHED BY ITSELF! AN EXTRAORDINARY SNAPSHOT MADE IN THE MOST CURIOUS MANNER. l hd tt th tie somewhat overcast when of a sudden a German shell fell and burst just m front of htm. SHELLEXPOS . 4. K „Krttr.crra«»! ;♦ i« «mrelv to A more realistic photo
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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HOW THE HORSES WERE LANDED AT SALONIKA : AN INVOLUNTARY PEGASUS. —[Photo, by C.N.] A common method of embarking or disembarking horses is to hoist them up by a crane and deposit them on board the transport, or on the quay, as the case may be. Here an unwilling Pegasus is seen bei
27 October 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England