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CADORNA TELLS WHY HUNS BROKE THROUGH

CADORNA TELLS WHY HUNS BROKE THROUGH

“Lack of Resistance by Some of Our Detachments”— Withdrawing Line According to Plan.
29 October 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TERRIFIC FIGHTS TO

TERRIFIC FIGHTS TO

THE LAST MAN. Splendid Incidents in Grim I:aiai Struggle. FOE'S 48 HOURS’ CHECK. Rome, Sunday. —The special correspondent of the Messaggcro on the Tolmino front describes the battle now proceeding as gigantic, terrible and bloody. The Italian defence on the Monte Nero Massif and
29 October 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY >MIRRor, OCTOBER 29, 1917

THE DAILY >MIRRor, OCTOBER 29, 1917

29 October 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A back dive at Torquay, icre spring-boards are provic TAKEN PRISONER. hare made their way into the French lines the

A back dive at Torquay, icre spring-boards are provic TAKEN PRISONER. hare made their way into the French lines the

stretcher-bearers. led at all the bathing stations ARMENIA FLAG DAY. im„^, m The Countess of Carnwath, who has helped to organise to-<lay’s Hag day in aid of the Armenian refugees.—(Swaine.) MAKING ROSES FOR ALEXANDRA DAY. Girls at the St. Giles Crippleage making roses for Alexa
13 June 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FRENCH OFFICIAL,

FRENCH OFFICIAL,

In Champagne we repulsed enemy raid in the Meisrns sector. In our turn raided German trench south of Forges (left hank of the Meuse) and brought back some prisoners.— 'tenter. Night.—To the north of the Aisne there was fairly great artillery activity the region of Pinon and Chav
29 October 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY UIHKOR. 13. 1917 ___ C£. ''B,7' * W "W * READ MR. BOTTOMLEY’S ARTICLE IN SUNDAY PICTORIAL” FIRE

THE DAILY UIHKOR. 13. 1917 ___ C£. ''B,7' * W "W * READ MR. BOTTOMLEY’S ARTICLE IN SUNDAY PICTORIAL” FIRE

CAUSES HAVOC IN - AMERICAN TOWN. terrible fire which broke out and the houses seen in the fore photograph was taken. Bei at Atlanta, U.S.A., destroyed the greater part of the negro quarters, ■ground \yere reduced to a heap of ashes thirty minutes after this ing built largely of
13 June 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

“IT’S THE WAR”: MY NIGHTMARE OF A DANGER FOR THE FUTURE. By CECIL HAMMERSLEY. night I had a horrible dream. I dreamt that the war was over. But the dove of peace was a bird of prey; it winged on to the abyss of a dreadful nightmare. There is an excuse that, for nearly three year
13 June 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAN GETS A CARD

MAN GETS A CARD

—Ho io to turn it into something; too Kim to the euro it meekly and with chastened mien. And yet, how often are the causes of the Mere Ordinary Person’s complaints as remote from the war as is Potsdam from the Poles? In the Britain of terrifying dream there was no more war. Yet
13 June 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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13 June 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A BETTER LONDON. WILL THERE BE A NEW CITY WITHOUT SLUMS AFTER THE WAR?

A BETTER LONDON. WILL THERE BE A NEW CITY WITHOUT SLUMS AFTER THE WAR?

13 June 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England