The Illustrated War News, Number 15, Nov. 18, 1914 by Various | Project Gutenberg

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18th November 1914 edition of The Illustrated War News, published from the beginning of the conflict by the Illustrated London News.

Illustrations:
1. AS USED IN THE GERMAN TRENCHES: A GERMAN BAND PLAYING ON THE MARCH DURING THE WAR.
2. COMMANDER OF THE BRITISH CRUISER WHICH “IMPRISONED” THE “KÖNIGSBERG”: CAPTAIN SIDNEY R. DRURY-LOWE, R.N.
3. COMMANDER OF THE AUSTRALIAN CRUISER WHICH DESTROYED THE “EMDEN”: CAPTAIN JOHN C.T. GLOSSOP, R.N.
4. ONE OF THE VESSELS CONCERNED IN “THE LARGE COMBINED OPERATION” AGAINST THE “EMDEN” H.M.A.S. “MELBOURNE.”
5. SYBARITISM IN THE TRENCHES! A HOT SHOWER-BATH ESTABLISHMENT INSTALLED BY AN INGENIOUS FRENCH ENGINEER.
6. SIMILAR TO THE KAISER’S AERIAL BODYGUARD: A ZEPPELIN WITH A GUN ON TOP FIRING AT HOSTILE AEROPLANES–A GERMAN PICTURE.
7. HE WAS A MAN: FIELD-MARSHALL EARL ROBERTS, THE WORLD-FAMOUS SOLDIER, WHO DIED AT SIR JOHN FRENCH’S HEADQUARTERS.
8. THE “NIGER’S” CAPTAIN, WHO STAYED ON THE BRIDGE TO THE LAST THOUGH BADLY WOUNDED: LIEUT.-COMMANDER A.P. MUIR.
9. SUNK BY A GERMAN SUBMARINE IN THE DOWNS: H.M.S. “NIGER.”
10. A WAIST-DEEP SHELL-HOLE IN A BELGIAN STREET: IN A WAR-WRECKED WEST FLANDERS TOWNSHIP.
11. TOURING IN GERMANY WITH THE PRINCE OF WALES: THE LATE MAJOR CADOGAN, THE PRINCE’S EQUERRY, WHO HAS BEEN KILLED IN ACTION.
12. THE VICTORIOUS RUSSIAN CAVALRY IN ACTION: A CHARGE BY THE GALLANT FORCE WHICH CROSSED THE CARPATHIANS INTO HUNGARY.
13. IN CAPTURED DIXMUDE: THE CHURCH OF ST. JEAN AFTER BOMBARDMENT.
14. WRECKED BY GERMAN SHELL-FIRE: THE CHURCH OF ST. JEAN, DIXMUDE.
15. THE LITTLE BELGIAN TOWN TAKEN BY THE GERMANS AFTER THREE WEEKS: DIXMUDE–THE HOTEL DE VILLE AND CHURCH TOWER.
16. AFTER BOMBARDMENT BY “AN INFURIATED GERMAN ARMY CORPS”: THE RUINS OF THE MAIN STREET OF DIXMUDE.
17. WRECKED IN THE MODERN, AND GREATER, BATTLE OF THE DUNES: IN THE RUINS OF THE FIFTEENTH-CENTURY CHURCH AT NIEUPORT.
18. BURSTING SHRAPNEL MARKING THE GERMAN “DOVE’S” TRACK: SHELLING A TAUBE.
19. BIPLANE FIGHTS BIPLANE: THE FATE OF A VANQUISHED GERMAN “AVIATIK.”
20. “MISSING AND WOUNDED,” AT BRUGES: STRICKEN BELGIANS IN CHARGE OF GERMAN RED CROSS MEN.
21. NOT EVEN THE DEAD LEFT IN PEACE! GERMAN SHELLS UNEARTH GRAVES AND SCATTER THEIR CONTENTS IN A VILLAGE CHURCHYARD.
22. A GERMAN SAW-EDGE BAYONET IN ACTUAL USE IN THE WAR: WHEN THE GERMAN FLAG WAS PLANTED ON A CAPTURED POSITION.
23. WHERE FRENCH SAILORS FOUGHT AT DIXMUDE: NAVAL-BRIGADE DEFENCES.
24. WHERE FRENCH SAILORS FOUGHT AT DIXMUDE: THE NAVAL DEFENCES–FRONT VIEW.
25. THE COWHERDS OF WAR: ARMED GERMAN MARINES ROUNDING UP CATTLE FOR FOOD FOR THE ARMY IN THE FIELD.
26. THE ATTACK ON THE “PEGASUS” BY THE “KÖNIGSBERG” (NOW “IMPRISONED”): TRANSHIPPING WOUNDED TO THE HOSPITAL-SHIP “GASCON.”
27. THE DUEL OF THE ARMED LINERS: THE SHATTERED BRIDGE OF THE “CARMANIA” AFTER HER VICTORY OVER THE “CAP TRAFALGAR.”
28. THE GERMAN SCIENCE OF ARSON: INCENDIARY DISKS CARRIED BY THE KAISER’S SOLDIERS–A SPECIMEN BEFORE AND DURING IGNITION.
29. “BLACK MARIA’S” LITTLE BROTHER: ONE OF THE GERMAN 15-CENTIMETRE HEAVY POSITION-GUNS IN THE ACT OF FIRING.
30. CHARGING ON FOOT WITH THE LANCE: BENGAL LANCERS ATTACK GERMAN TRENCHES.–From the Painting by R. Caton Woodville.
31. CHARGING ON FOOT WITH THE LANCE: BENGAL LANCERS ATTACK GERMAN TRENCHES.–From the Painting by R. Caton Woodville.
32. FOR GALLANTRY ON THE FIELD OF HONOUR: A FRENCH OFFICER RECEIVES THE ACCOLADE.
33. THE MUCH-DISCUSSED IRON CROSS: A GERMAN OFFICER DECORATED
34. A HOLLOW SQUARE OF WRECKAGE: THE REMAINS OF A GERMAN MOTOR-TRANSPORT CONVOY GROUPED ROUND THE SOLDIERS’ GRAVE.
35. TELLING THE TALE IN GERMANY!–PRINCE EITEL FRITZ AS A DRUMMER.
36. TELLING THE TALE IN GERMANY!–SEARCHING FOR THE BRITISH FLEET.
37. TELLING THE TALE IN GERMANY!–A GERMAN BATTLE-PICTURE SHOWING PRINCE HEINRICH OF BAVARIA LEADING A CAVALRY ASSAULT.
38. GERMANY’S EASTERN STRONGHOLD WHICH SUFFERED THE FATE OF LIÉGE AND ANTWERP: MEN OF THE GERMAN GARRISON AT TSING-TAU.
39. SOME OF THE 2500 GERMANS CAPTURED AT TSING-TAU: MEN OF THE THIRD SEA BATTALION WITH A MACHINE-GUN DURING THE SIEGE.
40. A ZEPPELIN BROUGHT DOWN: REMAINS OF ONE OF THE MUCH-DISCUSSED GERMAN AIR-SHIPS HIT AND DESTROYED NEAR BELFORT.
41. BRITISH SOLDIERS AS CAVE-DWELLERS: THE UNDERGROUND, SHELL-PROOF QUARTERS OF “A CERTAIN HIGHLAND REGIMENT” AT THE FRONT.
42. MEN OF “THE GALLANT ARMY AND NAVY OF JAPAN” WHO CAPTURED TSING-TAU: JAPANESE TROOPS LANDING IN LAO-SHAN BAY.
43. WATCHED WITH INTEREST BY THEIR “GALLANT JAPANESE COMRADES”: BRITISH TROOPS LANDED TO CO-OPERATE AGAINST TSING-TAU.
44. THE CHIEF GERMAN COMMERCE-RAIDER DESTROYED: WHERE THE “EMDEN” MET HER FATE; THE CRUISER; AND HER CAPTAIN.
45. THE DESTRUCTION OF THE “EMDEN” AND THE BOTTLING-UP OF THE “KÖNIGSBERG”: H.M.A.S. “SYDNEY” AND H.M.S. “CHATHAM.”
46. THE GERMAN TRENCH-MORTAR JUST INTRODUCED TO THE BRITISH: A WEAPON WHICH THROWS A 187-LB. MINE-SHELL.
47. WHERE ANTI-AIRCRAFT GUNS ARE NOT: GERMAN MACHINE-GUNS, ON TEMPORARY MOUNTINGS, FOR USE AGAINST WAR-PLANES.
48. FRENCH COLONIAL TROOPS WHOSE DARK COMPLEXIONS MAKE THEM “INVISIBLE” IN NIGHT ATTACKS! SENEGALESE ON THE DEFENSIVE AT PERVYSE.
49. MARTIAL LAW IN EGYPT: EXAMINING PASSPORTS AT PORT SAID SINCE TURKEY FORMALLY DECLARED WAR.
50. KING ALBERT’S FÊTE-DAY: THE ROYAL BELGIAN CHILDREN AT WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL FOR THE SOLEMN MASS.
51. THE KING AS GIVER OF WAR-MASCOTS: THE GOAT PRESENTED BY HIS MAJESTY TO THE 7TH ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS.
52. “SIX GERMAN SHELLS TO EVERY FRENCH SOLDIER”–SHRAPNEL AND HIGH-EXPLOSIVE BOMBS BURSTING IN THE OPEN: A PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN DURING A BATTLE IN THE ARGONNE.
53. “SIX GERMAN SHELLS TO EVERY FRENCH SOLDIER”–SHRAPNEL AND HIGH-EXPLOSIVE BOMBS BURSTING IN THE OPEN: A PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN DURING A BATTLE IN THE ARGONNE.
56. HOME AFTER A GERMAN VISITATION: A ROOM IN A HOUSE AT NIEUPORT AFTER A SHELL HAD BURST.
57. WHAT IT MEANS TO VILLAGERS TO HAVE GERMANS BILLETED UPON THEM: MOTOR-CORPS OFFICERS ASLEEP IN A COTTAGE.
58. AT YPRES, WITH THE BRITISH: THE FRENCH NAVAL BRIGADE CHARGING.
59. NEWS FROM THE FRONT: THE KAISER’S BAD QUARTER OF AN HOUR.

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