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WAR- CHRONICLE WAR JOURNAL SOLDIERS' LETTERS PICTURES OF THE WAR AUGUST* SEPTEMBER* OCTOBER 1914

  • Page 2 and 3: Printed and published by M. Berg, B
  • Page 4 and 5: 4 in the interior of Africa for giv
  • Page 6 and 7: 6 England wanted War. A Diplomatic
  • Page 8 and 9: 8 In conclusion we wish to mention
  • Page 10 and 11: 10 Tuesday', August 25 th . Entranc
  • Page 12 and 13: 12 Message of the Imperial Chancell
  • Page 14 and 15: 14 clined to assure him of England'
  • Page 16 and 17: 16 The idea of a manœuvre to surro
  • Page 18 and 19: 18 chaplain taken prisoner and trea
  • Page 20 and 21: 20 battlefield zigzag and I saw the
  • Page 22 and 23: 22 Maltreatment of a German Army Ch
  • Page 24 and 25: 24 Murder of a German Physician. Re
  • Page 26 and 27: Fort Loucin after its destruction.
  • Page 28 and 29: The City-Hall at Louvain not destro
  • Page 30 and 31: Individual Dum-Dum bullets and pack
  • Page 32 and 33: ÉTUIS TE.4.97 B E - S TE POUDRE BF
  • Page 34 and 35: The British armoured cruiser "Abou
  • Page 36 and 37: E Explanation of the Maps. After th
  • Page 38 and 39: Effect of a single 42 cm shell at A
  • Page 40 and 41: fi Hi 1^ SBÊÊà Ws vç •' '•
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  • Page 44 and 45: Scene in Antwerp after the Siege. T
  • Page 46 and 47: *«MA»1 fcPSJ _i»C"-_i ^*'' nftk^
  • Page 48 and 49: War Journal. August 1. Mobilization
  • Page 50 and 51: 28 A Russian Cavalry Division repul
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    30 Revolution against Russia in the

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    32 The Austrians give fierce.battle

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    34 September 6. The Kaiser at the a

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    36 September 17. The Austrians assu

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    38 September 27. Conditions on the

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    40 October 8. At Antwerp an English

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    42 October 20. Battle at Nieuport.

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    44 October 30. The Russian cruiser

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    46 Confidence in the General Staff

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    48 September 30 th , 1914. Many tha

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    Printed and published by M. Berg, B

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    4 The translation of General Ducarm

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    6 At another interview Col. Barnard

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    8 Here we see clearly, that the Eng

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    12 *++*féaU" **Zf&+6yC ft***-*.***

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    L'Attaché lilitaire anglais a dema

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    16 "The Belgian Neutrality." The "N

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    18 German Return-Measures against H

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    20 German Mines in the North Sea. T

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    22 The German government is convinc

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    24 A German cruiser squadron is see

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    26 The English try to palliate the

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    ^^^^^t0^^^^E a^SSBH 4jgNP"< 1 I* *

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    A French army doctor, who has been

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    «A*i*i«. a/*cdoe,iA

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    Firing off a heavy howitzer, from a

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    The Cathedral of Reims after being

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    Captured Russian Ammunition after t

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    S, M. Armoured Cruiser " Scbarnhors

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    l..-Vr •nv •I '•fË 5 A |' J

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    28 The French defeated in Morocco.

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    German Soldiers Letters published i

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    32 Huns. The Social Oemocr. " Frank

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    34 Treatment of the English in Germ

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    36 hour, then got our supper and ha

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    38 You cannot think how comparative

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    40 the canal was occupied by the en

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    42 The storming of Vailly. A 19 yea

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    44 though the French must have wast

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    46 thing they could find in East Pr

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    48 Our reception in this place was

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    50 Suddenly a blue patch of sky pee

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    52 ing only that my task is to help

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    Fringed and JDublishfed by M.'Rer^,

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    4 head with, impunity. (Enormous ap

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    6 Gentlemen, when I was called to t

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    8 France hopes with all the strengt

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    10 which we are waging it. Now that

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    12 (in 2 parts), and Vol. IV in 191

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    14 communicating between South Afri

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    16 direct negotiations presented mo

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    18 by the Russian Minister of War a

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    20 his Government, is not correct.

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    22 These facts, added to that conta

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    24: have noted something else, whic

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    26 orders for extensive military me

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    War..Journal 1 st December. A Germa

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    WÉÊSË9BIBKF&ÊIBÊÊ£ ^fL£% ^a

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    Scarborough; town and fortification

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    Church in Neidenburg. destroyed by

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    Church in Suwalki, which was occupi

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    German airmen reporting the Russian

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    Russian troops taken prisoners at L

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    „,,,gg0ïi "ilÉK. ; -^TI Differe

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    In the Canteen—Sale of food and n

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    9 th December. French attacks repul

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    33 17 th December. Fiïrst Biilow a

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    25 th December. Reichskanzler von B

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    German Soldiers Letters published i

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    39 bother about God before. The men

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    41 visited. The Protestant soldiers

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    43 years, mostly in the Colonies, w

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    45 Tod . . ." Which of us would be

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    47 so torn up by the heat and heavy

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    the enemies with the broad shining

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    2. From the Eastern Seat of War. 51

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    How we cut the Russian Ring. V near

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    55 cessantly caused. Some of them d

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    57 14 fll October 1914. 1 was inter

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    Captain We took the course towards

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    Printed and published by M. Berg.

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    4 the Imperial Government would be

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    6 pectation of an advance from this

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    8 commenced to the East and West of

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    10 did not desist from their origin

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    12 slowly, and as soon as the withd

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    14 stationed on the East Prussian f

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    16 co-operation. The history of coa

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    18 air-ships, has elapsed in its pr

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    20 subjected by members of the unit

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    00 liave been fighting, such disgra

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    24 5îîi January. A French attack

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    26 15iîi January. Excitement in En

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    •—-^—tJtpff.V •fat *

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    w'-f

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    The French flag ship "Courbet" that

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    The English battle ship "Formidable

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    Picture of a wounded French prisone

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    German troops in the dug-outs evacu

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    Position of a heavy artillery batte

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    Poor population before a church in

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    A French prisoner's (sculptor's) at

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    tins ere 9efanaenen Ftanzosen TUann

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    28 25^ January. Lively artillery du

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    German Soldiers' Letters published

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    33 greatly fatigued me—I was on m

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    She light of the Christmas tree had

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    How a German "Hun" saved an English

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    39 Dear Father . . . ., I know what

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    3 years. We very soon put all in or

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    The contents of the letter publishe

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    45 direction of the compass. When w

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    47 At the end of four months Englan

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    Press'' I was under fire at Wirball

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    None of the armies in the field use

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    Printed and published by M. Berg.

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    4 the Italian people will now decid

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    6 had the courage to undertake the

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    8 Servia was supported by Russia. W

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    10 rately be ascertained whether th

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    12 under the hardest privations in

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    14 blocked up by a wall. The prison

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    16 acquaintance of the prisons in S

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    18 badly chosen, as Herr von Knorri

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    20 by a Hooligan armed with a knife

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    22 as to the German prisoners' camp

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    24 plan were given up, the British

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    26 Height. The centre forces had no

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    28 beasts of burden, while the colu

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    thought on 4th May, to bring the of

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    M inaugurated with the object of st

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    36 heavy guns. The Guards alone had

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    :jhJ[---f.-'.BBfc I M B^9 mButi&Sà

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    m ^"^W?3*8i 1 fifth i »' 9 1 Ti-Hl

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    German soldiers at Divine Service.

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    w^m s*^ Èfai^ F:m 3htf -i I JB •

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    German soldiers with hand-grenades

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    ;, ?L'' , t">m "' V.iVf ••• , >;, ?L'' , t

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    Turkish artillery leaving Jerusalem

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    38 considered on the whole. It is n

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    40 observance is only possible from

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    42 recognition of the fact that fro

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    44 course of which our troops gaine

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    46 de le poursuivre avec une ténac

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    48 From the air war. A German air f

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    50 The enemy landing force driven b

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    52 May 14. Further ground won in th

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    54 May 19. North of Ypres, fighting

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    56 In the East, weak enemy night at

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    58 May 31. French attacks to break

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    60 The German Victory at Ypres. The

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    62 saw to our astonishment that we

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    64 The damaged waggon is enveloped

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    66 have it. What we had considered

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    68 The aerodrome of our half air-sq

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    70 which manoeuvre he repeats in an

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    WAR-*"" CHRONICLE WAR JOURNAL SOLDI

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    Interchange of Notes between the Un

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    what should be a well-justified con

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    the German Government, this Governm

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    y its willingness to consider these

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    Whatever may be the contention of t

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    The Russian Defeats in Galicia. l.

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    them and transferred them to the ma

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    Fort 11, which the enemy defended o

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    on the Jaworow-Niemirow road on il6

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    v " * SawùmiSi MaBstab o ta ao M w

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    23 direct threatening of Warsaw, th

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    25 orders attendant thereupon, dema

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    of the railway or the requirements

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    1. % i ' ,*VJ_if Siv .jjf, « Jr '

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    The King of Saxony's visit to the e

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    German artillery crossing a newly e

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    . V""*"^25 MHS** r<' 'QAjftnlf^M^

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    Russian prisoners at a German dress

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    The same after the process and supp

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    Germany's food supplies: View of a

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    '/I "% d s jÉL- JE .--' ——-"

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    29 net of light rail-field and forw

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    31 supplied with ten shells, each w

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    33 have not been included in the Co

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    35 practiced by the Belgian volunte

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    the prisoners-of-war have succumbed

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    Martyrdom of German Prisoners. Berl

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    June 6. 41 French attacks on the ea

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    43 Italian attacks at Tolmien and P

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    The wooded territory of Ilza crosse

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    German Soldiers' Letters published

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    49 But the crafty Indians tried the

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    How our Troops received the News of

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    53 Przemysl." This command had the

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