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WHERE THE FRENCH AND GERMANS MET IN ONE OF THEIR FIRST IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENTS IN BELGIUM : DINANT, ON THE MEUSE. —[ by Payne Jennings.] At the picturesque town of Dinant, on the right bank of the Meuse, about eighteen miles south of Namur, was fought, on August 15, one of the firs
19 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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'■m..THE. KING'S NAME"-THE HOUSEHOLDER'S SHARE IN THE WAR : " BILLETING " TROOPS IN AN ENGLISH VILLAGE. 31X1 districts both in town and (v»m(n> ««a »1j» »* *, i Householders fa certain districts both in town and country are now billd tid ■... N »1-j ». country, being called upon
19 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE ENEMY'S HANDS : THE GERMAN CAMP OUTSIDE VISE ; A PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN AFTER THE FIRST FIGHTING IN BELGIUM. f WITH BELGIANS IN Gi i Bli —[ by Newspaper Illustrations.) Visé was one of the first towns attacked by the Germans on their entry into Belgium, and severe fighting took pla
19 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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ON THE MARCH TO ATTACK LIÈGE : PRUSSIAN CUIRASSIERS ON ACTIVE SERVICE IN BELGIUM. —[ by Newspaper Illustrationa.] The photograph shows Prussian cuirassiers entering Mouland, near Visé, on the way to Liège, immediately after the first crossing of the Belgian frontier by the German
19 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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MOSTLY WEARING SABOTS AND LOOKING NOT UNHAPPY : GERMAN PRISONERS OF WAR AT BRUGES, —[Phniostatoh bv Illustrations Bureau.) The fact that many of the German pi i oners seen in this photograph are wearing sabots recalls the rumour circulated in the early days of the war, that the n
19 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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BELGIUM'S MINISTERING ANGELS ld t LADIES OF BRUSSELS TENDING WOUNDED SOLDIERS. . . __ w-ital Hotels and public institutions, schools and private Brussels, irora all accounts, is one g serrice of the Red Cross Society. The wounded as they dwellings indiscriminately have been p a t
19 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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ON AN ERRAND OF MERCY TO HER HUSBAND'S WOUNDED SOLDIERS : THE QUEEN-NURSE OF THE BELGIANS VISITS A BASE HOSPITAL, [ by Newspaper Illustrations.] The Queen of the Belgians has been taking a very active interest in the arrangements made at the Belgian capital for the reception of t
19 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Btó hve had the Ball-room of the Royal Palace at Brussels fitted up Bl FOR USE. D IJN1U a nuonim. . ***— — . as is noted on another page, the Belgian Queen has long possessed a professional trammg as a hosprtal hih f her father the Duke Charles of Bavaria, who hmwU[held a medical
19 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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"VIVENT LES ANGLAISES!" HOW THE BELGIAN SOLDIERS WELCOME BRITISH NURSES. h tht k ll the city One of the latest parties to leave —[ by C.S.] There are a number of trained British nurses at the seat of war in Belgium. Some went privately as voluntary helpers, crossing singly or in
19 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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A BRITISH RED CROSS NURSE PLACES A UNION JACK ON A PORTRAIT OF BELGIUM'S QUEEN. h t Bli t help in tending the sick Many British nurses, as mentioned elsewhere, have gone over to Belgium to and wounded, and have been warmly welcomed. The above photograph, which was taken at a temp
19 August 1914 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England