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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
 
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
 
THE STRUGGLE IN THE EAST.

THE STRUGGLE IN THE EAST.

INTEREST this week is chiefly centred upon the new offensive which the Germans have taken in the east. Its reason is obvious. They know that Russia will presently have large reinforcements in the field, and they know that the same thing will happen in the west. But they have the
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
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11.111.P` :ion 0: The exercise illustrated above is by no means so easy as it looks' ..ct the Welsh Fusiliers, who are in training in that old university city. The undergraduates, who in normal ore zealously to the work of war than they usually do to the studies of the "schools.
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
The Scottish Branch of the Red Cross Society has recently presented the War Office with fifty motor ambulances. Our photograph

The Scottish Branch of the Red Cross Society has recently presented the War Office with fifty motor ambulances. Our photograph

shows representatives of the War Office, Scottish Members of Parliament, and others who were present when the gift was made. Right to left Messrs. Harry Watt, M. P., Scott Dickson, M.P., W. H. Cowan, M .P., D. T. Holmes, M. P., Colonel Holden, General Russell, Sir George Beatscn
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
 
This seaplane is one of the aerial fleet which recently made two very effective attacks on Ostend, Blankenberg-he, Middelkerke, and

This seaplane is one of the aerial fleet which recently made two very effective attacks on Ostend, Blankenberg-he, Middelkerke, and

Zeebrugge. Dutch reports declare that our bombs played havoc with the enemy's base at Ghistelles, where the lines of communication were seriously damaged. 1 - - 7 --- 1 - - . . , . _ ' . ' .-. A" . \ ' %...:'• .........,1 :','.........).:... ,:,,,.,..,, '..:.,.. '.•'..... r;4 •4
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
The Wilhelmina, a United States ship laden with grain for Hamburg, has been obliged to put into Falmouth under stress

The Wilhelmina, a United States ship laden with grain for Hamburg, has been obliged to put into Falmouth under stress

of weather. Prior to her sailing it was expected that her cargo would be seized by the British as contraband. She has saved trouble by entering a British port of her own free will. t 4 1 1 ' 8 • a ~,...._. ...., '.. t ,ors:: - , • - . • ... ---------- . ..... i• . _ . „,,,, -- -
27 February 1915 - The War - London, London, England