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ROMANCES OF THE REGIMENTS : XCV.—THE 11TH LIGHT DRAGOONS.

ROMANCES OF THE REGIMENTS : XCV.—THE 11TH LIGHT DRAGOONS.

THE TRAGEDY OF SERGEANT TURNER. SERGEANT TURNER was one oí the best fellows in the nth, but he had a temper which, when it got badly out of hand, threw him iiito a state hardly to be distinguished from insanity. In the end, there can be no doubt that it utterly unhinged his mind
03 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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During the Closing Stage of the Bast Hfrican Campaign ty&xf NATIVE SEN1RV ARAB SHANTY ; PICKET AT WITH ONE OF OUR COLUMNS : f i blk Aki Military operations in German East Africa proper,. within the frontiers of the former enemy colony, came to an end, as far as the colonial terri
03 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Rome front ?Har-Cttorkcrs ir» the Midlands. —[Photos, by Newspaper IUus. 1 THE ON " T.N.T. MAKING : FITTING EMERGENCY GAS-MASKS—ONE, OPEN, IS SEEN RIGHT. hih t before the war Its ingredients and action, and explos .N The factory where men-workers are seen here is one of those whi
03 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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In "Cwo Departments at Birmingham Mumtion-CClorks. p —[Photos, by Newspaper Illustrations.J WOMEN'S WORK: CAMOu r Í.AGING GUN-CARRIAGES AND RIB LIMBERS ; AEROPLANE-WING MAKING. The guns and artillery matériel, sent out from England to all fronts, leaves the country in a completel
03 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Ht the Manufacturing Capital of the Midlands. —[PJutos. by Newspaper Illustrations.] SHELL PARTS : FORGING CASES FOR 4*5-INCH HOWITZER PROJECTILES : BRASS FOR FUSES. The works at which these photographs were taken are among the new munition-factories " creatcd " at Birmingham dur
03 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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trench Machine-Gunners and British mounded. g y —[Official Photo.] THE GREAT BATTLE : BRITISH STRETCHER-BEARERS BRINGING A MAN THROUGH FRENCH LINES, As mentioned on other pages in this number, British and French troops have fought side by side in certain sections of the great bat
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Cdar in the Hir: Observation-Balloon "Carget practice —[Official .] DOWN—THE LAST OF THE BURNING "GAS-BAG": THE SMOKING MASS; SOLDIERS LOOKING ROUND. In these two photographs we see the spectacle presented on the ground after an aircraft marksman has delivered a successful attacl
27 February 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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db Slomen's üttorfc at a Birmingham Munition-factory gg g [Photos, by Scwspaper Illustrations.] MAKING GAS-MASKS: MACHINES FOR BREATHING-TUBES AND FOR OTHER PARTS. '''T In addition to doing their »hare in regard to various pro«,»« in the making oí .hells, Tank part, and sections,
03 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
ROMANCES OF THE REGIMENTS : XCVI.—THE 43RD NATIVE INFANTRY.

ROMANCES OF THE REGIMENTS : XCVI.—THE 43RD NATIVE INFANTRY.

THE DEATH AND RESURRECTION OF MEER ALI. MEER ALI was one of the handsomest and best-behaved young men in the 43rd Madras Infantry. From the time when he had been only an orderly-boy he acted as personal servant tö a British Subaltern, whose liking for the Sepoy amounted to afiec
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
WOMEN AND THE WAR.

WOMEN AND THE WAR.

" i, f, for recruits to the " Waacs •• the Wrens," the " Peneuins " / ' +, ' who serve with the Air f . le women known), and the Wol^TaÍ T **?*}» cessant, and will increase as Z 7 18 "" W StSritratlHg the Worle^J0by tW at Harrod's re¬ tl cently, gave a clear idea of the kind of
27 February 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England