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Creator of the German Navy.

Creator of the German Navy.

The Emperor may certainly claim a large share in the promotion of the naval expansion of modern Germany. It might almost be said that although love for the army is traditional in his house, that love is even surpassed by his love for the navy. It seems as if there were something
August 29, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
[Au,;ust 29, 1914' palities and powers to stop the strife, but in vain. Probably the bitterest blow of all was

[Au,;ust 29, 1914' palities and powers to stop the strife, but in vain. Probably the bitterest blow of all was

his failure to influence the aged Franz Josef, who celebrate s . his 85th birthday this week, and himself must, 10 the course of mortality, soon go down to his grave mourning. This is not the place in which t° discuss the character and p9licy of the dead Pope but all men, of wha
August 29, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
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December 19, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
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December 19, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
CONTENTS

CONTENTS

1. A Royal Progress. 2. Liege, the City of Honour. 3. The Vise Bridge. 4. The Destruction of Vise. 5. On the Way to the Firing Line. 6. Belgian Cavalry watering their Horses. 7. German Cavalry entering Mou'and 8. Cavalry on the March. 9. A Ruined Village. 10. A German Encampment
November 28, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
A LETTER FROM THE FRONT.

A LETTER FROM THE FRONT.

Somewhere in France. HERE is much to write about, but I may not I write what the Censor will stop. battho, Our work here is much the same as at the of the Aisne. I think what impresses me Is not the valour of our troops, but the" cheery Th e eri rless " with which they stick to
November 28, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
LAYS OF THE FLEET.

LAYS OF THE FLEET.

1.-SONG OF THE SAILOR MEN. THIS is the song of the sailor men— We sail the cold North Sea; Day in, day out, We steam about, And devil a foe we see." This is the song of the sailor men"We watch for the submarine; No periscopes To raise our hopes, For devil a one is seen." This is
November 28, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
[De(ember 5, 191'

[De(ember 5, 191'

December 5, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
ENTHUSIASM AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE.

ENTHUSIASM AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE.

December 5, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
5, 19 , 4. ] THE Spent most of his time an anging the various events of which the flagship

5, 19 , 4. ] THE Spent most of his time an anging the various events of which the flagship

is the centre. as c T• however, he has to be an expert in signals, oth d liough him go the orders to the boatswain and ei rnemberq of the signal staff. O n the Signal Bridge. gnalmen are stationed on the ship's bridges, ‘c f , (l consequently at times have to face very rough C.,
December 5, 1914 - The War - London, London, England