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NOW IN SAFE KEEPING IN SPECIAL DETENTION CENTRES-- PART OF A U-BOAT CREW LINED UP ON BEING LANDED ON THE ENGLISH COAST. (Topical.) The number of prisoners captured from U-boat and aeroplane and now lodged in England is constantly on the increase an increase which goes on in a qui
15 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A NEW MENACE AGAINST WHOSE DANGERS THE COMMAND IN FRANCE IS ON ITS GUARD ATTACK BY PARACHUTE-- A RUSSIAN DEMONSTRATION. As yet the possibilities of attack by parachute have not been seriously tested between evenly-matched contestants. The Germans, however, used this method with c
15 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AN INFORMAL PHOTOGRAPH FROM DOWNING STREET SOME MEMBERS OF BRITAIN'S WAR CABINET, WITH THE PRIME MINISTER (THIRD ON LEFT). {A.P.) Three members of Britain's War Cabinet (which consists of nine) are absent from our photograph Mr. Churchill, Sir John Simon, and Sir Samuel Hoare. Le
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE R.A.F. "LINK" TRAINER, IN USE-- SAVING TIME BY ENABLING BLIND-FLYING INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN ON THE GROUND. The Link trainer illustrated on these pages is an American invention adopted by the Air Ministry as a standard method of instruction, which faithfully repro duces condi
22 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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HOW THE NAVY IS EQUIPPED FOR WINTER SERVICE-- THE BLOCKADE WORK OFTEN TAKING THE SHIPS ALMOST INTO THE ARCTIC MEN ATTENDING TO THE ANCHOR CHAIN AT NIGHT IN HEAVY CLOAKS WITH HOODS ONE LOOSENING A PIN WITH A HAMMER. U-.N.A.)
22 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
01 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
01 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
01 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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INEFFECTIVE AGAINST THE BOMBERS OF THE R.A.F. A GERMAN ANTI-AIRCRAFT BATTERY PUTTING UP A CURTAIN OF SHELLS AT NIGHT. [Fox.) This striking photograph showing German 8'8-cm. anti-aircraft guns firing at night indicates that the method employed to repel an attack from the air is th
08 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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ONE OF THE SUCCESSFUL ESCAPES BY COLLAPSIBLE BOATS FROM STRICKEN GERMAN AIRCRAFT-HERE FROM A Do. 18 FLYING-BOAT FORCED DOWN IN THE ABORTIVE NORTH SEA RAID ON BRITISH WARSHIPS AND (RIGHT) AN R-A.F. TYPE OF COLLAPSIBLE RUBBER BDAT [Phvtos. by Ceitral Press and Charles E. Ilro&n.) O
08 November 1939 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England