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IN THE VERY CLOSE FORMATION IN WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN TRAINED TO FIGHT : GERMAN INFANTRY ENTRENCHED AND CHARGING *E ih Libilit to EN OF THE KAISER'S ENORMOUS ARMY, WHOSE FIGHTING STRENGTH HAS PEEN ESTIMATED AT ABOUT TWO AND A-HALF MILLIONS. into th h df f k [ br Oscar TeUgmann* ] T
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SUNK BY A SYSTEM OF MINE-LAYING "NEW IN WARFARE," THAT " fh G SHOULD BE CONSIDERED BY THE CIVILISED WORLD": THE "AMPHION." Gilrihd The captain 16 officers and 135 men were saved In connection of Germany in laying —[ by C.N.~] It was announced on August 7 by the Admiralty that, in
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE NAVY'S FIRST VICTIM AND CAUSE OF HER FIRST LOSS Atid dhthf HMS "Ahi" it d b th Adil IN THE WAR: THE GERMAN MINE-LAYER "KÖNIGIN LUISE." ihih dtd h " g —[ by Chandler]. As mentioned under our photographs of H.M.S. "Amphion," was announced by the Admiralty on the 6th that the Ge
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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SUNK AFTER THE FIRST BRITISH NAVAL SUCCESS OF THE WAR ~ T"" THE BRITISH LIGHT CRUISER "AMPHION" AMONG DESTROYERS. The " Amphion " was a light cruiser of 3360 tons displacement, casing ten 4-i"ch gun, (3-Pound^ cr: » « BR n.M., " Amphlon," — has heen -* Wpart in gaining the first
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE PRINCE OF WALES ON TRAINING FITTING HIM FOR HIS COMMISSION IN THE GRENADIERS: HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS WITH THE OXFORD O.T.C. —[ by L.N.A.', The danger that has come upon the nation has revealed the young Heir to the Throne, who not long ago seemed just a light-hearted Oxford under
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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MEN WHO ARE LEADING OUR FLEETS AT SEA : NAVAL OFFICERS HOLDING HIGH COMMANDS DURING THE PRESENT WAR. {s by Russell (Southaea), and LafayctU.] The photographs on this page are those of (i) Rear-Admiral C. E. Madden, Chief of Staff to the Commander-in-Chief of the Home Fleets, Sir
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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MEN WHO ARE LEADING OUR FLEETS AT SEA : NAVAL OFF] T iS HOLDING HIGH COMMANDS DURING THE PRESENT WAR. — [Photos, by Swame, Russeli {Southssa), and Speatgkt,) The above photographs are those of (i) Rear-Admiral Sir Christopher Cradock, Commanding the Fourth Cruiser Squadron ; (2)
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE DEPARTURE OF THE GERMAN AMBASSADOR FROM LONDON : PRINCE AND PRINCESS LICHNOWSKY LEAVING CARLTON HOUSE TERRACE. dhif At 6 ! ii th Hi Hb ht b thh the window at the back Th Pis {After a b\> L.N.A.] The German Ambassador, Prince Lichnowsky, and his wife left London on the mornin
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WAR PRECAUTIONS IN THE STREETS OF LONDON : SENTRIES AT THE STRAND ENTRANCE OF SOMERSET HOUSE. It ii f Ld blld ih i f by PAotof>re&s."i is a new experience for London to be so closely concerned with a war in which the country is engaged as to find its own public buildings (other t
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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STRANDED IN PARIS : A QUEUE OF ANXIOUS INQUIRERS WAITING OUTSIDE THE BRITISH CONSULATE. hlli [ by C.N.] Thousands of British tourists in France at the time of the outbreak of war found themselves in difficulties as to the means of return. Immediately after the mobilisation of the
12 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England