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February 27, 1915.] under the terms of the Geneva Convention—that is, in theory at least, since the enemy have violated

February 27, 1915.] under the terms of the Geneva Convention—that is, in theory at least, since the enemy have violated

so many of the laws of warfare since the war started that it is by no means certain how far they would respect this one. The official badge of the Red Cross Society is of very handsome design, and consists of a circular pendant of gilt and white enamel, bearing the name of the s
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
THE WAR WEEK BY WEEK. By Sir Edward Parrott.

THE WAR WEEK BY WEEK. By Sir Edward Parrott.

Forcing the Dardanelles. SURPRISE has been frequently expressed that no determined attempt has hitherto been made by the Allies to force a right-of-way from the Mediterranean to the Black Sea. The advantages which would accrue to them from an ever-open sea road uniting the easte
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
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27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
AGERMAN scout captured by the Russians in Poland being brought into the lines. The Germans have recently claimed a great

AGERMAN scout captured by the Russians in Poland being brought into the lines. The Germans have recently claimed a great

victory in East Prussia, where the number of prisoners is said to be 64,000. The Kaiser has reported that the "sacred land" of the Junkers is now free of the enemy.
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
 
BLOCKADES PAST AND PRESENT.

BLOCKADES PAST AND PRESENT.

THERE is no need for us to worry unduly over Germany's latest attempt to make our flesh creep by her threatened submarine blockade. Her bark has up to the present been worse than her bite, and, to put it plainly, she cannot possibly carry out such a blockade. In the first place,
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
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27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
THE MOST READABLE AND AUTHORITATIVE :: ACCOUNT OF THE WAR YET PUBLISHED :: NELSON'S HISTORY OF THE WAR. By JOHN BUCHAN.

THE MOST READABLE AND AUTHORITATIVE :: ACCOUNT OF THE WAR YET PUBLISHED :: NELSON'S HISTORY OF THE WAR. By JOHN BUCHAN.

VOLUME I. From the Beginning of the War to the Fall of Namur. With 23 Maps and Plans, and a Preface by the Earl of Rosebery, K.G. Now Ready. Price ONE SHILLING. CONTENTS OF THE FIRST VOLUME. V. The Beginning of the War at Sea. VI. The Stand of Belgium. VII. The Eastern Theatre o
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
'ICTUR E WEEKLY GISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER

'ICTUR E WEEKLY GISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER

27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
No Blockade possible by Submarines.

No Blockade possible by Submarines.

An inferior fleet cannot possibly blockade even a single harbour unless it has first disposed of the opposing squadron. That is, of course, provided the enemy does not remain quietly in his ports without making an attempt to break out. Togo contained the Russians at Port Arthur,
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England