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state of panic

state of panic

Signs of this demoralisation became increas ingly apparent last week, but the culminating point was reached during the week end, when calamity mongers began to make the pure air of England hideous with cries of despair. If anything can awaken cowardly terror among the British pe
August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY’S WEATHER

TO-DAY’S WEATHER

Our special weather forecast for to-day is:— Continuing fine and very warm; hazy misty sunny ; light breezes. Lighting-up time: 7.49 p.m. High-water at London Bridge: 10.2 a.m. London Observations ; Holborn Circus. City. p.m.; Barometer, 30.23 in.. nearly steady ; temperature, 7
August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TREACHEROUS GERMAN’S FATE.

TREACHEROUS GERMAN’S FATE.

to intarfiiftS with thoir operation* in thie region. Paris, August 30.—The German Lieutenant Rudolph who has just died in hospital at Troyes, was the hero of a feat of arms scarcely redounding to his credit. Being sub a heavy fire, he ordered his men to hold their rifles in the
August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MINE-SWEEPING CASUALTIES.

MINE-SWEEPING CASUALTIES.

Th£ Secrotary of the Admiralty regrets announce that the following casualties occurred when the mine-sweeping trawlers Xos. 61 and 106 were sunk by mines:—
August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MISSING

MISSING

No. 61 (Thomas W. Irx’ine, of North Shields).—* George Crossley Norris, deckhand. Trawler Section* R.N.R.. D.A.; Henry Wood vine Millward, deckhand, Trawler Section, R.N.R., 365 D.A.; and RoJbert Henry Sadler, trimmer, Trawler Section, 92 T.S- No. I'B (Crathie, of Aberdeen).—Fra
August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
August 31, 1914

August 31, 1914

August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BARONESS NURSES WOUNDED: GERMANS DESTROY THE OXFORD OF BELGIUM. NOTHING is to .lien on tins except the d ilc and

BARONESS NURSES WOUNDED: GERMANS DESTROY THE OXFORD OF BELGIUM. NOTHING is to .lien on tins except the d ilc and

signature ol the sender Sentences net re:(Uircd may be erased anything else is added the post card will be destroyed l.tiler follow* at jii'kt oj/fjortuiuty. j n>u«t ut prepauj on »ny Ifttrr r the Bcnrler «■( this Posfrards with sentences printed upon them have been supplied to
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August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England