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"Che Visit of the Cl.S. dar Secretary to Gurope. ), ^Official ^, IN PARIS : LEAVING THE U.S. HEADQUARTERS FOR A TOUR ; MR. I 'h BAKER AND PARTY. U.. Q In 'he upper illustration, Mr. Baker, the U.S. War Secretary, is "«i with General Pershing and others when leaving the War crctar
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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CCtttb the JSavy in dar-TTímc : Cleanliness—Coal. —[Photos. by C.N.) AT A CERTAIN SQUADRON STATION : BATHING ALONGSIDE IN THE SEA ; COALING SHIP AT SEA. In cruises in warm weather, and in the Mediterranean, West Indies, and elsewhere, during the dog-watches between 4 and 8 p.m.,
10 April 1918 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT WAR.

THE GREAT WAR.

'THE blockade of Great Britain continues with unabated monotony. X To the time of writing, seven or eight (if we count a mine victim) British vessels have been blown up in two precise spheres (off Sussex and off the Mersey) of activity ; and while those vessels were being sunk n
03 March 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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ir>-mr-h rrf-ffftfrfirr-"-* r mtmrngmmmmsmmMUk FRENCH SOLDIERS USING A CATAPULT (BRITISH FASHION) FOR FLINGING BOMBS : A CENTURIES'-OLD TYPE OF BATTLE-ENGINE AT THE FRONT. d diiil ihd bdiaeval —[Photo. Wytuttam.] Various antique weapons have been re-invented for emergency purpose
03 March 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WRECKED BY A SNOWSTORM AND BURNED BY HER CAPTAIN, ON A DANISH ISLAND : THE BROKEN-BACKED ZEPPELIN " L 3." f t b bid hr The German Zeppelin " L 3 " came to grief a few days ago on the Danish island of Fanoe. It is understood that she had left Hamburg at 4 a.m. ; and she had cruise
03 March 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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HEAVILY REPRESENTED IN RECENT CASUALTY LISTS, THROUGH THE MINING TRENCH OFFICERS OF THE I6TH (THE QUEEN'S) LANCERS. k d Lt R G Davis Lt E R Nash I1«11«*)' by Lafayette, Dublin.] The casualty lists dated February « contained the names of six officers of the ,6th Lancers killed or
03 March 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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" BIG WILLIE " AND " LITTLE WILLIE 1 TWO ARMOURED TRAINS AT THE FRONT SPECIALLY SO NICKNAMED BY TOMMY ATKINS. [Photo. Reproduced by Courtesy of the " Daily News."] These are a pair of the formidable armoured-trains mounting quick-firing, long-range guns, which have been doing, an
03 March 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BRITISH ARMY RECRUITS LEARN RIDING ON A WOODEN HORSE Th iihilldd hhbd h lid i WITH A HINGED THROAT : AN INGENIOUS DEVICE AT WOOLWICH. The ingenious, mechanically moved, wooden horse shown above, and the large-sized rocking-horse seen on the opposite page, are devices that are bei
03 March 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SIX TIMES THE LENGTH IN FRONT OF AN AEROPLANE ; AND AT THE In the official " Infantry Training " is the folloig : " Aift f diffilt t t fi NOSE OF A DIRIGIBLE : HOW INFANTRY MUST AIM TO HIT AIR-CRAFT. f form a very target to fire directed from the ground, and only a small proporti
03 March 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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MICHAEL O'LEARY, OF THE IRISH GUARDS, WINNING HIS V.C. : AN ENEMY'S POSITION TAKEN PRACTICALLY BY A SINGLE BRITISH SOLDIER. d irif Lpy p R. Caían WoodvilU from Maler,al Supplied by ^npany^mrierma^r-Ser^ J G Lorry, Insk Guards, who vas prest,,! at the act,on. Drawing Copynzhted ..
03 March 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England