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THE HORROR OF THE TRENCHES.

THE HORROR OF THE TRENCHES.

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larch 6, 1915.1 ag& tire. Like a flash a lightning he is ticking out this message to the admiral, and

larch 6, 1915.1 ag& tire. Like a flash a lightning he is ticking out this message to the admiral, and

probably exchanging compliments with his fellow operator on the flagship because the latter is not keeping in touch with him as quickly as he desires. Presently a warning hand goes up. "Messages being tapped," he explains to his comrade. "Be careful and change code." Here it may
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~...... ians were istration leave their wounded to the care of the enemy. The Serbians, into whose hands they fell, uniformly treated them with (evertheless trbian women bringing wounded Austrians in ox-drawn transport to the hospitals. The Serbians are a race of r e animated by
06 March 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
FORMER WAR DEVICES.

FORMER WAR DEVICES.

THERE have been many striking revivals of ancient weapons and methods of fighting since the commencement of the present war, such as hand grenades and small mortars, but none are more remarkable than " fire-ships " and "devilships." Official communiqués from Paris show that the
06 March 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
The Situation in the West.

The Situation in the West.

Nothing has happened of any importance in the western field. Both French and British are massing their new armies, and though there have been slight advances in North Flanders, in North Champagne, and in the Vosges, these do not constitute a serious forward movement. If the Germ
06 March 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
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ookl o •-•••••$,' "".41, 11111 01 .. ' 34 lllMilii" • Probably the most remarkable battle scene ever photographed—the Bluecher in the act of capsizing after the terrible punishment which she received at the battle of the Dogger Bank. At the moment when the photograph was taken t
06 March 1915 - The War - London, London, England