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OFFICIAL GERMAN DEFENCE OF THE MURDER. Put to Death "According to the Laws of War." "GUILTY OF TREACHERY."

OFFICIAL GERMAN DEFENCE OF THE MURDER. Put to Death "According to the Laws of War." "GUILTY OF TREACHERY."

AMISTLIDAW, Saturday. All that official Germany can say in defence of the execution of Nurse Cavell is to be found in an article published by the Sortie German Gazette (an official organ). It refers to a letter from a British officer, published in the Manchester Guardian of Octo
24 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
A WOMAN WITH WONDERFUL EYES.

A WOMAN WITH WONDERFUL EYES.

• '• Miss Bertha Bettiet Burleigls (daughter ai the ,s cerres spondent and sister of four soldier : brothers, one of whom has beets killed in the Dardanelles) met Miss Cavell she was in Brussels soon offer lac German occupation. Its an interview with a '' Weekly D. patch" repres
24 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE BRITISH GUNS AT BELGRADE. How They Held up the Enemy _ on the Danube.

THE BRITISH GUNS AT BELGRADE. How They Held up the Enemy _ on the Danube.

ZURU H, Saturday! - . When after a bombardment lasting nearly three days • from 42-centimetre (17-inch) guns, the Austrian troops succeeded in entering Belgrade the fiercest fighting took place in the streets, the inhabitants firing from the houses. Unable to discover where the
24 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
TWO HOURS' CONFERENCE.

TWO HOURS' CONFERENCE.

Sir lan Hamilton, who has just returned from the Dardanelles ' to make a report," visited the War Office yesterday and conferred with Lord Kitchener. Shortly before eleven o'clock Mr. Balfour, Lord Derby, and others arrived to take part in the conference. Sir lan was cheered by
24 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
WONDERFUL PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING HOW v-4i1=16- WOULD YOU PUT IN THEIR PLACE?

WONDERFUL PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING HOW v-4i1=16- WOULD YOU PUT IN THEIR PLACE?

WONDERFUL PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING HOW v WOULD YOU PUT IN THEIR PLACE? A Reply to Those Who See No Alternative to the Present Cabinet. How literal one has to be, and how very difficult it is to make oneself understood. Here is a letter of a kind I often get: I am as equally enamoured
24 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
BLOOD FOR POLITICIANS' BLUNDERIT-Bkitchford. REMEMBER THE MURDER OF NURSE CAVELL!

BLOOD FOR POLITICIANS' BLUNDERIT-Bkitchford. REMEMBER THE MURDER OF NURSE CAVELL!

Damning Report to Read as Answer to any Plea for Mercy for a Vile Race. One invaluable result of the air raidsa result which the Roches do not seem to have anticipated—is the awakening of the public not only to the reality of war but also to the bloodthirsty and vile character o
24 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
WHY THERE SHOULD BE REPRISALS A Reply to the Archbishop of York's Objection to Drastic Measures. By LORD

WHY THERE SHOULD BE REPRISALS A Reply to the Archbishop of York's Objection to Drastic Measures. By LORD

The Archbishop of York sae evidently much shocked at the resolutions demanding reprisals passed by a meeting of London eitizene. He is reported to have expressed the hope at Sunderland the other day that the nation will nerver countenance reprisals, which he does not like. No on
24 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
•., BALKAN POLITICS FROM Count Chedo Miyalovitch Describes serbia's Long Fight Against Germanism.

•., BALKAN POLITICS FROM Count Chedo Miyalovitch Describes serbia's Long Fight Against Germanism.

•., BALKAN POLITICS FROM Count Chedo Miyalovitch Describes s e rbia's Long Fight Against Germanism. _,,„__-17-
24 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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24 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England