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A Hmerícan Independence Day in parís. 5 c [French Official Photo¡.¡ J INCIDENTS : AMERICANS ARRIVING ; THE FLAG OF THE FOREIGN LEGION AT THE INVALIDES. As representative oí the American forces landed in France, a single battalion was selected to proceed to Paris for the special c
11 July 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Hmerican Independence Day in pans. œb [Fttmk Official l-holntraph.* IN FRONT OF GENERAL PERSHING'S QUARTERS : VISIT OF THE BAND OF THE GARDE RÉPUBLICAINE. The adve» f Ai 0f American Independence Day. in Paris, July 4, was »«raided by a social and very approbate ce.remony in the e
11 July 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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fei Che JVtaeter JVlove in Grecce : Q Q landing of HUted XTroops at the pirgua, 1er—V ON THE WAY TO OCCUPY THE PIR.CUS WITH THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE GR« M ministry : the first detachment of french troops entering the harbour. Early on the afternoon of June iz, exactly an hour a
11 July 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER, AND PRIVY COUNCILLOR : THE RIGHT HON. W. M. HUGHES. aiona defence, for the p —\Ploto. by Ffl»iv£.] The Prime Minister of Australia has been sworn of His Majesty's Privy Council. Mr. Hughes says of the Imperial ideal : "Quite apart from the idea of a sel
22 March 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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=TÎ THE SALONIKA LINES BECOMING MORE AND MORE FORMIDABLE : BLUEJACKETS TAKING A BIG GUN TO ITS PLACE. Ii i hh gg —[Photo, by Topical.] The difficulties confronting the enemy's army in the Balkans, should the German-Bulgarian forces eventually make a move to attack the Allied entr
22 March 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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ONE OF THE RUSES ADOPTED TO DELAY THE ENEMY DUMMY HEAVY GUN IN IN THE SERBIAN CAMPAIGN, Dummy guns moutd t did if ibl dl bf POSITION. to deceive, and, possible, delay, an enemy before a weakly-held position or one not occupied at all. are, of course, a time-honoured trick in land
22 March 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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«M AT SALONIKA—A FIELD-HOSPITAL REHEARSAL FOR THE DAY OF BATTLE : THE TRANSPORT OF LESS SEVERELY WOUNDED MEN IN MULE CACOLETS. —\Official Press Bureau Phctogrcfh ; supplied by A ¡fieri.] 1 I The general position of affairs with the Allied army at Salonika is, in some ways, not di
22 March 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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FOR THE MEN IN THE TRENCHES : ONE OF THE FRENCH WATER-SUPPLY TRAINS WAITING ON A LIGHT RAILWAY. DRINKING-WATER y —[Photo, by C.N.] y Supplying drinking-water to the men in the trenches is a work that has required special organisation, and regular consignments of casks are forward
22 March 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE BOIS DES CAURES. HEROIC ZOUAVES NEAR VERDUN : PART OF A COMPANY HOLDING AN ADVANCED FRENCH POSITION ill i tht bttlf Vd elsewhere during the war These force a much-tried infantry regiment resisted repeateJ attacks in the night. In the morning they The Zouaves have fought heroi
22 March 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A SNIPER'S "NEST"—USED BY THE RUSSIANS ON THE EASTERN FRONT. b NEST—USED No means of concealment comes amiss to the sniper when selecting his quarters, whether on the ground or above ground. The illustration here reproduces a Russian photograph, from the Eastern front, of one of
22 March 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England