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THE NEW BRITISH SECRETARY OF STATE FOR WAR : FIELD-MARSHAL LORD KITCHENER Th P s Army ha [photograph by Bassano.] ENER The Prime Minister having given up that office, Lord Kitchener has been appointed Secretary of State for War, his post in Egypt being kept open for him until the
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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IN WAR TIME MOSTLY ABSORBED INTO THE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE : CAVALRY OF THE BRITISH REGULAR ARMY STATIONED AT HOME. " blk f h Bii Rl A hbd ih 'Edii F' if l diii 6 diii "On mobilisation for war," as the "Statesman's Year-Book" points out, "the of the British Regular Army at home bec
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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/»r»**turiTT?rTAT MOTORS IN HYDE PARK AFTER BEING TAKEN FOR MILITARY PURPOSES. COMMANDEERED BY THE BRITISH ARMY ; PRIVATE AN ^ Aan Government for the national defence. As each warrant was signed, it was taken away by fihmmercial motorvehicles have had f li Th taken whether the ow
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE MOBILISATION OF THE TERRITORIALS : THE LONDON SCOTTISH MARCHING THROUGH THE STREETS OF LONDON TO THE SKIRL OF THE BAGPIPES. Th Titilll th Rl bililii Specially Taken for the " Illustrated War Ycts."1 MARCHI The Territorials as well as the Regulars began vigorously mobilising
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AN EFFECT OF THE WAR-FEVER IN PARIS : GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN COMMERCIAL PREMISES AND AN HOTEL WRECKED BY MOBS. lfft f thfer in Pris in thrly | Terminus in front of the Gare de t'Est ; No. 4 a W«r«, or beer-house. Many shop-keepers ,n Pans. :ra An unfortunate, but in the circumstance
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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MAKERS OF A MAGNIFICENT STAND AGAINST Nthi h bi t thtih THE GERMANS : BELGIAN INFANTRY (AT NAMUR). Nothing has been more encouraging to the nations who are resisting the aggression of Germany than the splendid stand made by the Belgian troops against the invaders, a stand which h
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE CITY WHICH HAS BORNE THE BRUNT OF THE GERMAN ONSLAUGHT AND MADE A HEROIC DEFENCE : LIEGETHE RIVER FRONT. —fPhotoeraph by C..V.] There is no doubt that the defence of Liège by the Belgians under General Leman will go down to history as one of the most heroic achievements of th
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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VE HAVE REFUSED T0 FORFEIT OUR HONOUR " : BELGIAN CAVALRY (A RECENT PHOTOGRAPH AT CHARLEROI) Some brilliant feats ol arms have been performed by the Blil d ^^ y , ecause fPh<UfraPh ftv Stuxfiaper Illustration.^ UR BELG Belgian cavalrv dnrmo th» n t a i which Belgium has opposed t
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE LINE OF LEAST RESISTANCE : BELGIUM—THE VALLEY OF THE SAMBRE, THE FAVOURED ROUTE OF MILITARY COMMANDERS. p [By Courtesy of the " Review of Reviews."] This map shows the hilly nature of the Franco-German boundaries, rendering the operations of an invading army difficult The Val
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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AUAiNM i-KAWLfc. : THE GERMAN CAVALRY — DRAGOONS For cavalry, the term of service in the First Line, or Active Army is seven years—three years in the (ON LEFT) AND LANCERS (ON RIGHT) ENGAGED ON MANOEUVRES. Landwehr o Sd Li A f th —[ fry TOlgmann.'] HE Army, ranks, and four in the
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England