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Little Lives of Great Men.

Little Lives of Great Men.

LIV.—LORD CHELMSFORD. -THE choice oí Lord Chelmsford as 1 successor to Lord Hardinge in the Viceroyalty of India has been hailed as singularly opportune at the present momelt. The Viceroy-elect is at oncean Imperial statesman and a soldier recent military service in India to h c
26 January 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SOMlToF THE E»EMï_WHOM THE ALLIES AT SALONIKA "IA." •»• ^I « ? i str s tiÄ' ^«saryÄJT i saryÄJT : E»EMïWHOM TH „ ». „ra™,.,—» —? Ä=rr2H= tiÄ'«• r,~ —1 * :—
26 January 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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FOLLOWING THE DETESTABLE GERMAN EXAMPLE : BULGARIAN SOLDIERS Evil communications corrupt good manners and may lk bd I if REMOVING STRAW AND MANURE FROM A SERBIAN SHOP USED AS A STABLE. dfi [Photo, by E V..-J manners, also make bad manners worse. In our issue of December 22 appear
26 January 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AT A TRENCH LOOPHOLE—READY î A BRITISH MACH MACHINE-GUN SNIPER SKETCHED IN THE ACT OPENING FI RH. OF For trench-defence, and, in particular, for the safeguarding of exposed points and dangerous lines of approach to the trenches, machine-guns, with their practically unlimited capa
26 January 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE HUN'S INSTINCT FOR DEMOLITION IN SPORT : GERMAN SOLDIERS ON THE EASTERN FRONT SET UP A TARGET FOR MISSILES. The psychology of the German soldier recalls Matthew Arnold's famous definition of the populace as composed of persons whose graver selves liked " bawling, hustling, an
26 January 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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NEW BIG GUN OF EXCEPTIONALLY THE HEAVY ARTILLERY THE RUSSIAN ARMY NEEDED FOR A FRESH OFFENSIVE: A d formidable calibre being galloped into action where similar pieces are firing.- -drawn BY r w kOEKKOEK £ That the Russian armies have received already an appreciable number of new
26 January 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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COME ON : WHILE WAITING FOR THE TURKS While awaiting the threatened Turkish attack the British defendef Et hi SOLDIERS' OPEN-AIR CLUB AT CAIRO. attack, defenders of Egypt are having a very different tune as regards weather conditions from that experienced everywhere else in the w
26 January 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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—==-—■ distress : hauling a drowning german on board one utmost hum.„it,. Som rrittsh seamen act towards enemies in k by conduct of our bluejackets to opponents in distress has Jn lfae attrition, men of » Briti Gn ^^ VL hd ^"*ted Ùl " l" hi The story of inhumanity to a oiVmL P^"*
26 January 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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"MACEDONIAN MUD AND BRITISH MILITARY Jf^ tbe trolches fl fltmthe "Ti" TO ONE OF OUR CAMPS A ^ thcy united ¡„ a common soldiers and mud-and they even form an ' .. Away on both side, oMhis main track ,ot" A long road leads from the town to *e M-dl«£■ ^ Everywhere the troop, £ .[PMo
26 January 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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" FLOODED OUT AND NOT MINDING A —M : SOME OF THE DISCOMFORTS OF CAMPAIGNING IN MESOPOTAMIA DURING BAD WEATHER. The operations on the Tigris hare been much impeded lately by heavy rains and consequent floods. That the British soldier has maintained his good humour despite these de
26 January 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England