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Little Lives of Great Men : XII.—Vice=Admiral de Robeck.

Little Lives of Great Men : XII.—Vice=Admiral de Robeck.

oc THE successor to Admiral Carden in command of the British Fleet in the jEgean is Rear-Admiral de Robeck, who assumed that post on March 16 with the acting rank of Vice-Admiral. Vice-Admiral Carden liihd h . cedmiral relinquished the command on ac¬ count of his health, after b
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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TORPEDOED IN THE DARDANELLES DURING THE LAND-AND-SEA ATTACK ON THE GALLIPOLI PENINSULA : THE BATTLE-SHIP Th bttlhi " Glith" th tdif hih GOLIATH." The battle-ship Goliath," the torpedoing of which in the Dardanelles, with the loss of over 500 lires, was made public in the House of
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A CRUCIAL MOMENT IN THE CONQUEST OF GERMAN SOUTH-WEST AFRICA : THE BURGOMASTER OF WINDHOEK YIELDS TO GENERAL BOTHA. Copyright of the '' Illustrated London News."
14 July 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE QUESTION OF MUNITIONS : OIL-HARDENING A 12-INCH GUN-TUBE. —[Dritten by S. Bigg.] The vertical metal towers are furnaces lined with brick, used for heating tubes for guns in the process of oil-hardening. The tubes are heated, then picked up by the crane, carried to a position
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BY WAR TRAIN GALICIA : AN ARMED AND ARMOURED GERMAN LOCOMOTIVE. Photo, by St. Stephens Bureau.] AN Except for the pulling-up of the track, or artillery-fire, an armoured train can ordinarily count on getting about with comparative impunity. In the illustration of a German armoure
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE QUESTION OF MUNITIONS : MASKED WORKMEN ROLLING OUT AN ARMOUR-PLATE FOR A AT KRUPP'S. BATTLE-SHIP, The annual output of war material from Krupp's is a jealously guarded secret, but it was publicly boasted three years ago that the capacity of Krupp's exceeded " the entire resou
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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TIIE QUESTION OF MUNITIONS: IN ONE OF THE STEEL-ROLLING MILLS AT KRUPP'S—GERMANY'S WAR ARSENAL. The Krupp gun-factories at Essen alone cover 250 acres of the 1200 that the entire establishment occupies. In July last, immediately previous to the German ultimatum to France and Russ
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BLESSING THE SOLDIERS IN THE TRENCHES DURING AN ACTION : A RUSSIAN PRIEST GIVING THE BENEDICTION OF THE CHURCH UNDER FIRE. From the Painting by Frédéric de H a en en. The Russian soldier, it has been said, is "the most extraordinary combination of fighting-man and religion that i
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE WAR IN WEST AFRICA: FRENCH AND SENEGALESE TROOPS DEFEATING A GERMAN FORCE AT EDEA, IN THE CAMEROONS i iidt ^ Z TJ£Z^l ITcupfed on^y "Z™ * Frédéric * ¿l.».. «. The officer from whose sUe.ch this drawing was mad., de,,ib« it thus: "The *,» of the Senega.es,: the defeat of Co,on
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England