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Queen of the Belgians.—German Cavalry on the March.

Queen of the Belgians.—German Cavalry on the March.

into a hospital immediately after the ol:tbreak of the war. to search out the enemy's positions. Terrible stories are told of the cruelty of these marauders. . .'",- , ' , , , . _ , - • 44 . 4 , s v I , ; I t , „ , , 4 lits. .. , . t , -, :re" - -..., ...... Queen Elizabeth is t
29 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
Belgian Troops at Louvain.

Belgian Troops at Louvain.

The Belgian forces were concentrated at Louvain until the evening of August 19. The advance of the Germans in great strength forced them to evacuate the town, and the Belgian headquarters were transferred to Antwerp. Lord Roberts's Message to the Publishers of this Magazine. I a
29 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
Is He the "Strong Man"? In many respects the Kaiser strikes us as a living anachronism. And this fact might

Is He the "Strong Man"? In many respects the Kaiser strikes us as a living anachronism. And this fact might

explain the frequent opposition he has roused. If that be so, the problem arises: Does this opposition express the substance of his character, and will that opposition not gather strength as the German people more fully realize how entirely their government is out of date and il
29 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
Modern Materialism.

Modern Materialism.

So far from being a medieval Holy Roman Emperor he is the most modern of rulers. This sovereign so often described as medieval is almost American in his tastes and sympathies. He delights in receiving African and Yankee millionaires like Cecil Rhodes and Mr. Pierpont Morgan. He
29 August 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
COLOURED PLATE IN THIS ISSUE

COLOURED PLATE IN THIS ISSUE

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19 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
give your Order To-day.

give your Order To-day.

THOMAS NELSON AND SONS, Parkside Works, Edinburgh.
19 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
telegraph and the telephone are almost universal, that our army should still adhere to its former custom of transmitting all

telegraph and the telephone are almost universal, that our army should still adhere to its former custom of transmitting all

dispatches from the Commanderin-Chief at the front to the military authorities at home by means of a specially appointed dispatch officer. It was by so doing that the official news of Waterloo was conveyed to the Prince Regent; while, in the case of Field-Marshal French's latest
19 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
e Peasants shown above are homeless. The . Fluns have burned down their houses and have destroyed their little •

e Peasants shown above are homeless. The . Fluns have burned down their houses and have destroyed their little •

They are here seen raking over the debris in . the hope of finding something which has escaped destruction. The sufferings of these poor peasants during the winter can be better imagined than described. •,......... A 4- . , ' * . , „ -,... . • -- i . -4, ' i . ' * --' - - ,/,• `
19 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
December 19, 1914.1

December 19, 1914.1

19 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
the A Winter War S t ß h i e t a te t r re co o l f

the A Winter War S t ß h i e t a te t r re co o l f

d w h a a r s . beeonurreicLnsttlyratoxnpersiheonwcesd British waretisitieerryn cene. moving along the snowy roads.
19 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England