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Xn Rear of the British ]Main Offensive. [Official photographs. Crown Copyright Reserved.] — RED CROSS CANAL-BARGES : A STRETCHER CASE BEING BROUGHT ON BOARD—NURSES OFF DUTY. From early in the war, from almost immediately after the Allies' ▼ictory on the Marne, the network of cana
13 September 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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mm Like a Volcanic eruption : tTbe explosion a Huge JVIiric on the British Çdeeterti front. g gy —{Official photograph ] THE MOST TERRIBLE THING IN TRENCH-WARFARE : ENORMOUS CLOUD OFKE i II" ï AND EARTH AND HUMAN DÉBRIS ASCENDING ON THE EXPLOSION OF A MINE. tinns The underground
13 September 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Illustration

On the German ^Hestern front in flanders. WHERE A SHELL HAD BROKEN THE TELEGRAPH-LINE : ENGINEERS FILLING THE GAP. d b ths supports to the The scene is on the Western Front in a district in Flanders near where the present offensive is talcing place At the spot shown in the illust
13 September 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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TTbe Kaisers forlorn-Rope Hrvny leader . I VON HINDENBURG ; LIEUT.-GEN. VON LUUtNUUKi-r. i MARSHAL GERMAN GENERALISSIMO ; AND MENTOR : On the left is Marshal von Hindenburg—on the light, his Chief of the Staff and chief adviser, Lieut.-General von Ludendorff. Von Hindenburg was i
13 September 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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y..A-v On the frencb front: Hn €nemy Disaster [Photo, by Alfieri.1 GERMAN AMMUNITION-DEPOT BLOWN UP BY FRENCH SHELLS. LONG-RANGE SCORE : In the illustration, a German ammunition-depôt in rear of the fighting front is seen being blown up by long-range bombardment. It is a result o
13 September 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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H Comédie française Company at the front. —[French Official Motos.] ENTERTAINING THE TROOPS AT THE FRONT : WELL-KNOWN FRENCH ACTRESSES WHO TOOK PART. Some little time ago M. Emile Fabre, the temporary administrator of the Comédie Française, suggested to the-French Minister of War
13 September 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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H frencb theatre for "Croopa at the front. —[Official French s.] A COMÉDIE FRANÇAISE PERFORMANCE AT THE FRONT : SOME OF THE COMPANY, AND THE AUDIENCE. As mentioned on the opposite page, a company from the Comédie Française, the famous Paris theatre, was recently organised to visi
13 September 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WS -i: :: ; bounded Soldiers in the Mtchie Rospital. —[Photos, by Sport and General.] A GAME OF BILLIARDS AT QUEEN'S GATE ; AND THE COMMANDANT AT WORK. With generous sympathy, Mrs. James Coutts-Michie, the wealthy Australian lady, has equipped her house in Queen's Gate as a hospi
13 September 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
WOMEN AND THE WAR.

WOMEN AND THE WAR.

ONE can get used to anything, and the entry of women into one new field of work after another has become such a commonplace by this time that the announcement that this or that trade or profession has at last opened its doors to admit feminine workers, scarcely rouses com¬ ment.
13 September 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Gallantry Rewarded by fi.JVI. the King. Central Press ; No. 2, Lafayette ; No. 3, C.N. ; No. 4, Speaight.] AWARDED THE VICTORIA CROSS : HEROES OF THE WAR. (i) Private James Hutchinson, Lancashire Fusiliers, was the leading man in an attack on the enemy's position, and, after our
13 September 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England