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    A Scene of Assassination: Serajevo, the Damascus of the North

    Illustrated London News | Published: 4 Jul 1914 | Issue #3924

    ..._-: r. REMARKABLE TOMBS: THE SPANISH JEWS’ CEMETERY AT SERAJEVO. z. SEEN FROM THE RAILWAY: A VIEW OF SERAJEVO. 3. SHOWING THE TOWN HALL (X) NEAR WHICH THE ARCHDUKE FRANCIS FERDINAND AND HIS WIFE WERE MURDERED: SERAJEVO-A GENERAL VIEW OF THE PRINCIPAL BUILDINGS. 4. VERY ORIENTAL IN APPEARANCE:...
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    The Tragedy of Serajevo: The Arrest of the Assassins

    Illustrated London News | Published: 11 Jul 1914 | Issue #3925

    The first attempt on the lives of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife was made by Nedjeliko Cabrinovitch, aged twenty, a printer by trade, and a native of Herzegovina belonging to the Serb Orthodox faith. After throwing the bomb he jumped over the parapet into the river, and...
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    The Tragedy of Serajevo: Before the Fatal Shots Were Fired

    Illustrated London News | Published: 11 Jul 1914 | Issue #3925

    It will be recalled that the first attempt on the lives of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife was made soon after their arrival at Serajevo on June 28,  as their car was passing along the Appel Quay, just before reaching Ie Chumuria Bridge. Count Boos Waldeck, who...
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    Italy's War with Austria: Places Attacked or Threatened

    Illustrated London News | Published: 19 Jun 1915 | Issue #3974

    ...GAIN POSSESSION: “KAISER FRANZ JOSE’ I.” TRIESTE. 7. THREATENED BY THE ITALIAN ADVANCE ACROSS THE ISONZO: GORIZIA (GORZ)- 4. THE AUSTRIAN NAVAL PORT RAIDED BY ITALIAN AIRCRAFT: THE HARBOUR AT PART OF THE CASTLE. POLA, WITH SOME OBSOLETE AUSTRIAN WAR-SHIPS. POA, WITH SOME OBSOETE AUSTRIAN WAR-SHIPS 8. OCCUPIED BY THE...
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    War Prizes: Ships Taken from Germany by Great Britain

    Illustrated London News | Published: 15 Aug 1914 | Issue #3930

    SEIZED) IN FALM UHI HARBOUR THE HAMBURG- AMERIKA LINER, KRIONPRINZESSIN CECILIE” CAPTURED AND BROUGHT INTO DOVER THE FOUR-MASTED BARQUE ” PERKEO ” 13765 TONS). CAPTURED AND TAKEN TO GLASGOW. THE ” WIL- HELM BEHRENS AND THE “MARIE GLAESER. SEIZED IN THE THAMES...
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    The Most Tried Monarch: The Austro-Hungarian Ruler

    Illustrated London News | Published: 1 Aug 1914 | Issue #3928

    SPARED LITTLE IN THE WAY OF DOMESTIC AND NATIONAL TROUBLES : FRANCIS JOSEPH I., EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA, KING OF HUNGARY. Francis Joseph I. was prodlaimed Emperor of Austria on December z, 1848, after the abdication of his uncle, Ferdinand I. (in Huntary, V.), and the renunciation of...
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    Fallen to the Russians after a Long Siege: Przemysl

    Illustrated London News | Published: 27 Mar 1915 | Issue #3962

    FOUNDED BY CASIMIR THE GREAT, “THE PEASANTS’ KING”: PRZEMYSL A GENERAL VIEW OF THE CITY. JIE HEIR TO 1 E AUSTRIAN THRONE AT PRZEMYSL PRINCE CARL FRANZ JOSEPH ON LEFTr) IN THE FORTRESS GALLANTLY DEFENDED BY GENERAL KUSMCNEK: AUSTRIAN CFFICERS AT PRZEMYSL DISCUSSING DEFENCE PLANS....
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    The Composer of "Joseph": A Famous Writer of Music

    Illustrated London News | Published: 27 Jun 1914 | Issue #3923

    ...its first presentation in England, at Drry Lane, on Tuesday last, June 23, is the son of Franz Strauss, first horn-player in the royal orchestra at Munich, and is said to have composed a polka and to have played the piano when he was only four years old! He studied...
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    Publishers' Announcements

    Illustrated London News | Published: 10 Oct 1914 | Issue #3938

    ...2s. net. JENA OR SEDAN? ,th Impr.. FRANZ BEYERLEIN’S Great \ar Novel. s. net A thrilling .ar Novel pledicting German defeat n million sold In Germany. THE WAR GOD. Ir ISRAEL ZANGWILL. The Great I’l.a of the Anglo-German Confltct. Unifornl, with “The AMeling fPt,t” &. 2s. 6d. net, PHILIP THE...
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    Portraits and Personal Notes

    Illustrated London News | Published: 4 Jul 1914 | Issue #3924

    SIR JAMES CAIRD. WIo has glven~ P4,ooo to the Shaickkton Antarhc EopedAhon J }- ‘the rift of Shackleton Antarctic Expelditiln is 1no assuriiile! of a s1ct( s’ fl start 1i August Sir Jamns Cairl is a big pilee- Iimianufacturer sos I)unulhe, ind...
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    Art. Music & the Drama

    Illustrated London News | Published: 20 Jun 1914 | Issue #3922

    .1: ilII ~ ··[ C- 15 1r ~;:nnnfft MUSIC. ST may bIe ,dolltedl whether the Russians Iihave mounted any opera that gives more si ip to all ,Qunerned than liordin’s ” jrince Igor. Il ,omasters of muisic who were respnsil.le for the 11 MIl...
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    Ruined by German Shell-Fire: The Famous Salle Pauwels. Ypres

    Illustrated London News | Published: 16 Jan 1915 | Issue #3952

    ...early Gothic facades, dates back to the thirteenth century, and the famous Salle Pauwels, which we illustrate before and after the bombardment, was enriched by a series of twelve very fine mural paintings by Ferdinand Pauwels, representing salient events in the history of Ypres. The series began with...
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    The Death of Roumania's Ruler: The Late King and the New

    Illustrated London News | Published: 17 Oct 1914 | Issue #3939

    ...ROUMANIA y DAUGHTER OF THE LATE DUKE OF EDINBURGH AND GRAND-DAUGHTER OF THE 4. THE MAKER OF MODERN ROUMANIA THE LATE KIND CAROL. WHO DIED ON LATE QUEEN VICTORIA: THE NEW QUEEN OF ROUMANIA. OCTOBER so. The new ruler of Roumania, King Ferdinand, whose portrait we give, together...
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    A Weapon of the Protector of the Slavs: The Russian Army Preparing for War in Time of Peace

    Illustrated London News | Published: 1 Aug 1914 | Issue #3928

    The Austro-Hungarian Note to Servia, with regard to the assassination of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife, the Duchess of Hohenberg, brought home once more to the general Russia’s pronounced and unquestionable interest in the Slavs, whose great Protector she is, and behind Russia’s protection is much power....
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    Assassinated at Serajevo: The Archduke and Duchess

    Illustrated London News | Published: 4 Jul 1914 | Issue #3924

    The wedding of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand, Heir-Presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and Sophie Duchess of Hohenberg, who were both assassinated at Serajevo on June 28, took place at Reichstadt in Bohemia on July 1, 1900. The marriage was a morganatic one. They had three children, Princess Sophie, born...
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    The Archduke's Successor: The Heir to the Hapsburg Throne

    Illustrated London News | Published: 4 Jul 1914 | Issue #3924

    ...Francis Ferdinand, is the eldest son of the latter’s younger brother, the late Archduke Otto, and his wife, the Archduchess Maria Josepha, sister of the King of Saxony. The new Heir-Presumptive, who is twenty-six, has been in the army since he was eighteen, and is now a Major in the...
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    From the World's Scrap - Book

    Illustrated London News | Published: 11 Jul 1914 | Issue #3925

    WHERE NEARLY TWO HUNDRED MINERS PERISHED A RESCUE PARTY COMING UP FROM THE PIT-MOUTH IN THE HILLCRESI DISASTER. A te::Lhl,’ ,Ina l i1 disas!er o,, .red last nmonth I1t the Crow’+ Nest Pass, Canada, which runs from BEtih Co lmbi, to Alberta...
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    Before and after the Crime: Serajevo's Tragic Part in History

    Illustrated London News | Published: 11 Jul 1914 | Issue #3925

    ...Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife set out in their motor-car to the time when their dead bodies were conveyed from the town in their elaborate coffins. After the assassination, it was reported that Cabrinovitch, the bomb-thrower, had received the bomb from Belgrade; and that Prinz:p, the actual...