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Illustration

GERMANY AND THE COMPULSION BILL : " A LITTLE LATE, MY LORDS ! " By implication, although the crude sense of humorr natural to the enemy does not recognise it, this caricature of British "My Lords" drilling "a little late," is hopelessly wide of the mark, as the Germans will disco
02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
HOW IT WORKS : LIV.—THE MOUNTAIN GUN AND MULE TEAM.

HOW IT WORKS : LIV.—THE MOUNTAIN GUN AND MULE TEAM.

i » äs the question. To meet > rapidly taken to pieces and the weapon being so designed that * canbemrap V from individual parts loaded on the backs of a numoe The t ÎÎ example p?, ». 4». «T2ÏÏÏ, known 'as «he » gun-mute." cartes the gu.-b^e!, " h" with its details ; an¬ kn or c
02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
Illustration

Illustration

LTV. — THE WORKS : HOW IT h MOUNTAIN BATTERY MULE-TEAM. I ld lyig stores etc Fig 1 shows the order of a sub-section of a " gun line when " Pack Artillery " is another name for Mountain Artillery, the meaning of which is explained by the illustration above. A mountain battery is d
02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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WITH THE HIGH ALTAR SAND-BAGGED AGAINST GERMAN SHELLS : SOISSONS CATHEDRAL. Si ht ffd so much as the town The destruction there has been yg g -[French Army Official Photograph; supplied by Newspaper s.] ALTA The Cathedral at Soisscns has not suffered town. compared by Pierre Loti
02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
Photograph

Photograph

F RHEIMS CATHEDRAL TO-DAY : THE SMALL DOOR IN THE NORTH TOWER (FROM WITHIN). Ik, Our readers will remember that in our last Number a recent visit to Rheims was described by Mr. Frank Hedges Butler. " The Cathedral," he writes, " is still standing, with its fine stone roof, huge w
02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Photograph

A SOLID SUBSTITUTE FOR TENTS : A SERBIAN OFFICER'S MUD-HUT ROOFED WITH TWIGS The lull in the fighting in the Balk h btilid b th Sbi iiihi f TRENCHES THE BULGARIAN FRONT. U Balkans has been utilised by the Serbians in reorganising their forces Ü: which escaped from the enemy's gra
02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
Photograph

Photograph

" WAR NOW A GRUBBING KIND OF BUSINESS": GERMAN SOLDIERS if hf Bitih tillfficer on the Western IN TRAINING NEAR BERLIN PRACTISE MAKING BOMB-PROOF DUG-OUTS. photograph shows how German recruits destined to replace those who fall at the front, are trained at —[Photo, by St. Stephen'
02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Illustration

STAR-SHELLS AS INCENDIARY PROJECTILES ! STAMPING OUT il ik t BLAZING BRUSHWOOD FIRED BY THE ENEMY AS A TRAP. kh iltt " d uply to throw their starshells over our trenches into the In the above sketch sent to us from the front we have an instance of a cunning nocturnal trick to whi
02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Illustration

SKETCH THE REPORTS ON RETURN FROM DUTY—AN FROM FRONT : HANDING-IN TRENCH Trench reports are ordinarily a matter oí everyday army routine prosaic business returns on the fce EVERY-DAY INCIDENT. t thii i g s ot —[-4 Skdck by an Officer.] E zn routine, of them, chronicling incidents
02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Photograph

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02 February 1916 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England