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TOMMY'S WAY WÍTH THE CHILDREN : IN A RECAPTURED FRENCH VILLAGE Official .
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT WAR.

THE GREAT WAR.

By W. DOUGLAS NEWTON. THE CRITICAL MOMENT ?—OUR CARDS YET TO BE PLAYED—THE HINDENBURG BOGIE. WE have the German Emperor's speech and a stiffening of the fighting along the Arras-Aisne line to help us arrive at the con¬ clusion that perhaps the great retreat of which the Kaiser i
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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One Reason CClby the British forward Chrust Succeeds. —[Official .] EXPLAINING THE NEXT MOVE WITH THE MAP : A SUBALTERN INSTRUCTING HIS MEN. Headlong Balaclava blunders are made impossible nowadays. "There, my lord, are y cur guns 1 " was all the hapless Captain Nolan, who brough
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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"Che Salonika Hir-Httach on the British Rospital. ma — [Official photographs.] WHERE BOMBS FELL : THE RED CROSS ANTI-AIRCRAFT GROUND-BADGE ; A BLOWN-UP WARD. With the customary callous German disregard of humanity and international convention, enemy airmen on the Balkan front hav
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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/Che Salonika flir HttacH on the British Hospital. —[Official s.] BOMBS DROPPED INDISCRIMINATELY : A SHELL-HOLE BETWEEN THE WARD TENTS ; SEEKING FUSES The British base-hospital at Salonika, which raiding enemy airmen attacked, stands at some distance from the other camps. Besides
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Á T Xn the Great pursuit: Cyclists and JViicUanders. db [Official s.] r n FOLLOWING UP THE GERMAN RETREAT : CYCLIST SCOUTS : NOTTS AND DERBY MEN ON THE MARCH, These photographs were taken on the British front in France during the pursuit of the retreating Germans. In the upper on
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Military asea of Crees: fln "O.pip." y —[Official photograph.] on the british front in france : a typical observation-post in a tall trefi. t The observation-post, or "0. Pip," as the artillerymen call It, is a common feature of modern wat fare. It varies considerably in form acc
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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Che J^ever-Ceasíng 6imriery draining of tbe Grand fleet for Battle: Keeping the JYIagazinee full. , p —[Canadian War Records s.] .AS-í»' ON BOARD THE " LION " : HEAVY TURRET-GUN SHELLS, TAKEN I AT SEA, BEING TRUCKED FOR LOWERING TO THE MAGAZINE. h HEAV «hitting, at varying ranges
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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On the Track of the Retreating Germans. —[Official s.] ENEMY BRIDGE-WRECKING : THE SOMME RAILWAY BRIDGE, PÉRONNE ; A VIADUCT AT CHAULNES. Road and river bridges, railway viaducts, canal locks, and crossing swing bridges, have beer» blown up wholesale throughout the German retreat
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England
 
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J H Relic of the German Occupation Made dseful. —[Official s.] CONVERTED INTO A BRITISH SENTRY-BOX : As has been related bdtiiti B A GERMAN FORMERLY STOOD ON GUARD. WHERE by war-correspondents visiting Bapaumc and P<ronne after the enemy had fallen back, German sentry-boxes, pain
04 April 1917 - Illustrated War News - London, London, England