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THE FIRST NAZI AIR RAID ON BRITISH SOIL: BOMBERS SWOOPING DOWN OVER THE FORTH BRIDGE BEING FIRED AT BY A. -A. GUNS; IN THE FOREGROUND HTM.S. MOHAWK RETURNING FROM CONVOY ESCORT WHILE TRAINS CONTINUE TO RUN OVER THE BRIDGE. (Specially Drawn for The Illustrated War News by C. E. Tu
1 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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ADOLF HITLER A PRIVATE IN THE LAST WAR, SUPREME WAR-LORD IN HIS OWN AN AMAZING TRANSFORMATION IN TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. (Wide World.) History can show no more astounding instance of change of fortune than that which in a quarter of a century has made a former Austrian builder's labou
1 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE ILLUSTRATED WAR NEWS j The World Copyright of all the Editorial Mattery both Illustrations and Letterpress, is Strictly Reserved. A
1 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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HOW A BATTLESHIP APPEARS TO THE BOMBER A SMALL TARGET, EXPLAINING THE ILL-SUCCESS OF GERMAN AIR ATTACKS. So far, aerial attacks on British warships have proved a success only for the latter in the number of Nasi 'planes brought down by naval A.-A. guns. This drawing shows the bom
1 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SUNK BY U-BOAT WITH A LOSS OF UPWARDS OF 800 LIVES WHILE AT ANCHOR IN SCAPA FLOW THE BATTLESHIP "ROYAL OAK." Wright and Logan, On October 14, at approximately 1.30 a.m., the battleship "Royal Oak" (29,150 tons) was sunk at anchor by a U-boat in Scapa Flow. Upwards of 800 lives we
1 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AFTER AN R.A.F. RECONNAISSANCE FLIGHT THE PILOT HANDING OVER HIS NEGATIVES WHICH WILL PROVIDE THE STAFF WITH INFORMATION OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE.
1 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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FOR HEAVY SHELLING OF GERMAN DEFENCES AND LINES OF COMMUNICATION FRENCH LONG-RANGE, HIGH-VELOCITY GUNS ON THE WESTERN FRONT WHICH WILL HELP TO HOLD UP ANY ENEMY OFFENSIVE INTENDED TO DRIVE ALLIED TROOPS OFF GERMAN SOIL. Photos., Planet and A. P.) The Allies will never in this war
1 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE R.A.F. RAID ON WILHELMSHAVEN-- THE MOST SUCCESSFUL AIR ATTACK OF THE WAR ON A CAPITAL SHIP. {Drawn by G. H. Davis.) As we write, the most successful air attack, so far, on a capital ship, or, indeed, any surface warship, has been that of the British raid on the German battles
1 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Printed in England by The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd., Milford Lane, London, W.C.2, and Published Weekly at the Office, 32-34 St. Bride Street London EC 4 Wednesday, November i, 1939.
1 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BEFORE AN R.A.F. RECONNAISSANCE FLIGHT ON THE WESTERN F.RONT: PILOTS STUDYING A MAP ON THEIR AERODROME Photos A. P.) Within a very short time of the outbreak of war the Royal Air Force demon strated its extraordinary daring and efficiency by a series of reconnaissance and leaflet
1 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England