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September 5, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
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September 5, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
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September 5, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
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September 5, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
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October 10, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
THE RUIN OF GERMAN SHIPPING.

THE RUIN OF GERMAN SHIPPING.

October 10, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
THE WAR. [August 22, .1911. Belgian Cavalry.—Civil Guards.—Signalling Balloon.

THE WAR. [August 22, .1911. Belgian Cavalry.—Civil Guards.—Signalling Balloon.

THE WAR. [August 22, . 1 9 1 1. Belgian Cavalry.—Civil Guards.—Signalling Balloon.
August 22, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
ank 14 st German Submarine destroyed in the War. s:Tower. Sh e carr i es n i ne 6-i nc

ank 14 st German Submarine destroyed in the War. s:Tower. Sh e carr i es n i ne 6-i nc

h guns. Th e C apta i n o f t h e " Bi rm i ng h am "i s A. M. D u ff. 'he War Week by Week." _ . -- " I 1 ' I. t . , ~ ~ G ' , , t . , al ; . -o.rowersimilks.- 1 . 1. , . .. - 4 , 4 . , T 0 1 ,' : i , , k ,‘ . , f , 1 ; 4 i ''..'• . 1 • •:;., • • I L : ... , • - - - .. ~, , • .
August 22, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
October se eert ain special duties fall to them. It is a Marine who strikes the hours on the ship's

October se eert ain special duties fall to them. It is a Marine who strikes the hours on the ship's

bell; a m a ;Pile sentry is always on duty by the lifebuoy, he has to let go immediately the cry "Man e rboard ! "is raised. Marines, too, do sentry duty ot her parts of the ship, and if a man gives trouble b o file of Marines is promptly ordered to take him is W. Upon ceremonia
October 31, 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
man to be done away with, despite his somewhat anomalous amphibious position. In fact, it is the latter which constitutes

man to be done away with, despite his somewhat anomalous amphibious position. In fact, it is the latter which constitutes

one of the strongest claims for his retention. Being both soldier and sailor, and equally useful in either capacity, the Marine has an adaptability that neither the soldier nor the sailor possesses. For this reason Marines will be found taking part in all our land wars, both big
October 31, 1914 - The War - London, London, England