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WHERE BRITAIN AND ALLIES FACE THE GERMANISED TURKS: WAR-PHOTOGRAPHS FROM EGYPT AND THE SYRIAN COAST. Th fit hth thihih f Cih Mj [Photo. No 3 by Underwood and Underwood ; No. 4 fry L.N. A I The photograph on this page, which comes to us from Cairo, shows Major Lord Howard de Waide
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
Illustration

Illustration

A "PREPARATORY BOMBARDMENT" BY HAND-GRENADE: A GERMAN PATROL PREPARING FOR A This drawing, which it should be mentioned is from a German paper illustrt thtf th SURPRISE BAYONET-ATTACK IN THE ARGONNE. bt f which, mentioned, paper, illustrates the nature of the fighting that has be
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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ENEMY HUSSARS IN ACTION WITH A BRITISH DETACHMENT : THE BELGIAN FRONTIER. A GERMAN ARTIST'S SKETCH ON Our illustration, from a German paper, shows a patrol oí German Hussars in a street engagement with a British detachment in Rousselare. one of the small townships near the Belgia
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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3 THE DAWN OF A NEW DAY FOR EUROPEAN TURKEY: THE SUN RISING BEHIND THE GALLIPOLI PENINSULA dË DURING THE LANDING OF AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND TROOPS.— — From the Painting by Charles Pears. The scene during the landing of troops on the shores of the Gallipoii Peninsula was one of
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
Little Lives of Great Men.

Little Lives of Great Men.

XVIII.—CAPTAIN MURRAY SUETER, R.N.A.S. 'T'HE mainspring of the Royal Naval J. Air Service, which has done such remarkable work in this war, is Captain Murray F. Sueter, C.B., R.N. As head of the Air Department at the Admi¬ ralty, he is the man behind the scenes, and there, as fa
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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" IN CHAMPAGNE GROUND WAS GAINED BY AN INFANTRY ATTACK FOLLOWING A BOMBARDMENT " : FRENCH TROOPS CHARGING FROM A SAP. I —[Drawn by Georges Scoll.] In this dramatic drawing, M. Georges Scott, the well-known French war-artist, represents a typical incident during the sharp fighting
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Photograph

AFTER A SUCCESSFUL BAYONET-CHARGE AGAINST THE ENEMY'S LINES : FRENCH TROOPS IN A CAPTURED TRENCH AMONG GERMAN DEAD —I Photo, by ]. C.J The grim realities of war are strikingly illustrated in this photograph of a German trench, piled with the bodies of its late defenders, beside w
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
HOW IT WORKS : XII.—THE DEMOLITION OF BRIDGES.

HOW IT WORKS : XII.—THE DEMOLITION OF BRIDGES.

IX modern warfare the maintenance of rapid and uninterrupted transport of its troops, guns, ammunition, etc., frequently enables art attacking force to put such pressure on its adversary as to give it very material advantage. It becomes, therefore, a matter of extreme importance
07 April 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
Photograph

Photograph

FRENCHMEN HOLDING CAPTURED GERMAN POSITION. TROOPS WHO HAVE PROVED AS GOOD IN TRENCH-WARFARE AS AT THE ASSAULT: — al T p, —[Photo, by J.C.] TH URED tT ¿ra'C r~' m th<! WarfarC of the lrenchcs—qualities of which few believed them r. L.J I ? P grr';,h' taken durin* their reMnt succ
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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THE GREAT SOLDIER WHO HAS CAPTURED WINDHOEK, THE CAPITAL Gl B GERMAN SOUTH-WEST AFRICA : GENERAL LOUIS BOTHA ; AND HIS FAMILY. y) [Photo, by Kodak (South Africa), Ltd., Capetown.J , Botha, his wife, daughter, and three sons, two of whom are serving the Empire, are of immense inte
19 May 1915 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England