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BRITISH WOMEN GOING TO HELP REFUGEES IN RUSSIA: THE WOMEN'S MATERNITY UNIT AT KING'S CROSS LEAVING FOR PETROGRAD. J» «National Union o, Women, « Societies for — the „eat „«a, How great . ^ — O — in the perils and hardships the great is help among the refugees "i Slt" f the Tim
02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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t . r . ....i™ v»T«p 11 LUSTRATED london News and sketch ltd., 17». Strand, alorcsaid ; LONDON: Published Weekly at .he Office. ■^S^d.in|he ^"sketch.* Ltd..' Millo,d Lane. W.C.-WHDNBSDAY. Feb. ». „.6.
02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
Advertisement: "THE SKETCH"

Advertisement: "THE SKETCH"

Send your " SKETCH " to the Trenches. EVERY SOLDIER AT THE FRONT SAYS : "What I want to see is something pretty and bright ; something to while away the time and to keep us amused. ag IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMMIIIII mm,........II Ill "» Ill""'"""""1"" """ always contains AMUSING PAG
09 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
Advertisement: THE Illustrated London News

Advertisement: THE Illustrated London News

m THE ^lluetrateb Xonöon 1Flew6 of FEBRUARY 5 contained, PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE DAMAGE DONE BY THE ZEPPELINS IN PARIS. LAST SCENES AT THE EVACUATION OF CALLIPOLI— FROM A SKETCH BY A BRITISH NAVAL OFFICER WHO WAS AN EYE-WITNESS. SEARCHING FOR BURIED UNEXPLODED SHELLS WITH AN INDUCTION
09 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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DISTINGUISHED PASSENGERS ON THE " APPAM " : THREE BRI ISH COLONIAL OFFICIALS WHO WERE ON BOARD THE CAPTURED LINER. —[Elliott :;;ui Fry.] Among the passengers on board the Elder Dempster liner " Appam " when she was captured by a disguised German raider were Sir Edward and Lady Me
09 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE ENEMY'S WINTER CAMPAIGN IN THE BALKANS : HUNGARIAN TROOPS MARCHING THROUGH SNOW ON THEIR WAY TO THE SEREIAN FRONT. filithitilld pcticlly every —[Photo, by Continphot.] It was not only the Serbians who suffered from the rigours of winter in the Balkans. The enemy s troops were
09 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SOLDIERS ¡X H THE ENEMY HELD UP BY THE SNOWS OF RUSSIAN POLAND : HUNGARIAN Th AtG THEIR POSITIONS BEHIND WIRE ENTANGLEMENTS. —[Photo, by Continphot.] The Austro-German troops have suffered severely from the hardships or the winter campaign in Poland and other parts of Russia, har
09 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE CARE OF BRITISH "CASUALTIES," AT SALONIKA: HOW OUR SICK ARE TRANSFERRED ON LIGHTERS TO THE HOSPITAL-SHIPS. Eliht hil lden but slogging steadily on against [Official , supplied by C.\.] Since the Franco-British forces took up their fresh positions nearer the coast at Salonika,
09 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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OUR FAR-FLUNG LINE OUTSIDE SALONIKA: BRITISH SOLDIERS CONSTRUCTING DUG-OUTS FOR THEIR OFFICERS IN THE HISTORIC SOIL OF MACEDONIA. —[Photo, by Topical.J J The Franco-British position a few miles north of Salonika occupies an arc of about fifty miles in length. The British force ho
09 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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LIKE AN OLD-FASHIOKED MILKMAN: AN INGENIOUS A.S.C. MAN IN THE BALKANS f iitinces for facilitating their work. .-^». * Topical.] OLDFA . » nf tb„ Army Service Corps are full of ingenious contrivances In Balkan, they have ^ ^ JET" ^ t apparent* with a roHel overcoat.-^».
09 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England