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Money, Food, and Railways.

Money, Food, and Railways.

The most far-reaching changes in the ordinary current of life have taken place during the last fortnight, and not a dog has barked. A moratorium for a month has been declared, and nobody need pay his contract debts, with the exception of rates and taxes and a few other trifles.
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
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22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
The Citadel of Dinant.—The Germans in Belgium.

The Citadel of Dinant.—The Germans in Belgium.

A Belgian town on the Meuse, in the province of Namur. The population is about 7,500, though hundreds of years ago it was ten times that size. The citadel stands on a cliff 300 feet high. Dinant was attacked by a large German force on August 16th, but they were repulsed by the F
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
Coldstream Guards leaving for the Front.—The Transport of the German Army.

Coldstream Guards leaving for the Front.—The Transport of the German Army.

he transport of the Expeditionary Force to the Continent began some time ago, but the secret was so well e llt that no announcement of the fact was published till Tuesday, 18th inst. The photograph shows Queen Alexandra saying Good-bye to the Officers of the Coldstreams. . . . ,
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
Absolute Monarchy.

Absolute Monarchy.

Even as their dynastic pride, so is the absolutism of the Hohenzollern bred in the bone, and transmitted with the traditions of Prussian history. A Hohenzollern impatiently submits to constitutional checks. Most of the political difficulties and anomalies of the German Empire ar
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
German Fleet off Kiel.—German Infantry in the Trenches.

German Fleet off Kiel.—German Infantry in the Trenches.

Kiel is the chief German Naval Base. It lies at the Baltic end of the canal called the Kaiser Wilhelm Canal, but generally known as the Kiel or North Sea Canal. Begun in 1887, the Canal was opened in June 1895. It has since been deepened to accommodate the largest warships. Kiel
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
An Armed Camp.

An Armed Camp.

At the moment Great Britain is an armed camp. The grim realities of warfare are brought home to us as they never were before. Everywhere we see the soldier and signs of martial activity. Foreigners visiting this country have frequently expressed surprise that they could travel f
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
Russian Artillery.—Stores for Liege.

Russian Artillery.—Stores for Liege.

22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
THE WAR. [August 22, .1911. Belgian Cavalry.—Civil Guards.—Signalling Balloon.

THE WAR. [August 22, .1911. Belgian Cavalry.—Civil Guards.—Signalling Balloon.

THE WAR. [August 22, . 1 9 1 1. Belgian Cavalry.—Civil Guards.—Signalling Balloon.
22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
ank 14 st German Submarine destroyed in the War. s:Tower. Sh e carr i es n i ne 6-i nc

ank 14 st German Submarine destroyed in the War. s:Tower. Sh e carr i es n i ne 6-i nc

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22 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England