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GERMANY'S FEET OF CLAY.

GERMANY'S FEET OF CLAY.

INCE the very start of military operations prophets have not been wanting in the Allied 11 / 4 -- countries to preach the early downfall of Germany owing to failure of supplies. Most of them have overlooked the fact that a country which has shown such amazing thoroughness in her
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
Ammunition.

Ammunition.

There are certain things, however, that are essential to any nation at war: petrol, rubber, and metal. Of all these , Germany had vast supplies when war broke out, and so far as rubber and petrol or its various substitutes are concerned there is no reliable evidence that these s
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
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27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
UNDER THE RED CROSS. How Civilians can Help.

UNDER THE RED CROSS. How Civilians can Help.

WITH the coming active intervention of the "New Army" in the field, the demand for voluntary detachments of civilians properly trained in first aid, ambulance, and nursing services will increase enormously. At the present time the resources of the regular members of the Royal Ar
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
Bottling up the Enemy.

Bottling up the Enemy.

The far more stringent blockade of Brest was essentially the same though the underlying idea was different. In the latter case the French Fleet had to be kept bottled up in Brest harbour in order to prevent it from convoying across the Channel the army camped at Boulogne for the
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
THEIR COMRADES ON FOREIGN FIELDS.

THEIR COMRADES ON FOREIGN FIELDS.

27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
Sergeant O'Leary, V.C.

Sergeant O'Leary, V.C.

Sergeant O'Leary, V.C . Not alone in Germany was it supposed, prior to this war, that physical courage was on the wane in Britain. There were many in this country to shake the head at the decadence of our young men, and to prophesy that the old virtue of valour had departed from
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
ASK YOUR BOOKSELLER FOR NELSON'S HISTORY OF THE WAR. VOLUME I. NOW ON SALE.

ASK YOUR BOOKSELLER FOR NELSON'S HISTORY OF THE WAR. VOLUME I. NOW ON SALE.

27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
This seaplane is one of the aerial fleet which recently made two very effective attacks on Ostend, Blankenberg-he, Middelkerke, and

This seaplane is one of the aerial fleet which recently made two very effective attacks on Ostend, Blankenberg-he, Middelkerke, and

Zeebrugge. Dutch reports declare that our bombs played havoc with the enemy's base at Ghistelles, where the lines of communication were seriously damaged. 1 - - 7 --- 1 - - . . , . _ ' . ' .-. A" . \ ' %...:'• .........,1 :','.........).:... ,:,,,.,..,, '..:.,.. '.•'..... r;4 •4
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
The Wilhelmina, a United States ship laden with grain for Hamburg, has been obliged to put into Falmouth under stress

The Wilhelmina, a United States ship laden with grain for Hamburg, has been obliged to put into Falmouth under stress

of weather. Prior to her sailing it was expected that her cargo would be seized by the British as contraband. She has saved trouble by entering a British port of her own free will. t 4 1 1 ' 8 • a ~,...._. ...., '.. t ,ors:: - , • - . • ... ---------- . ..... i• . _ . „,,,, -- -
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England