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    Modern Munitions of War: III.—Poison-Gas and Incendiary Bombs

    Illustrated London News | Published: 31 Jul 1915 | Issue #3980

    ...ih ii i” lt in kl t ,i .c. it i i t nt its I t-ltll.u g In a p ilncu [us tIuantlls m. .uL ns l.hl’ra lh’ .t ua nI gas, nut illort th -t lI -cc th c c.Jlt ,hli tu i iil tIt1 I , t...
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    The Enemy on "Precedents for Poison-Gas"!

    Illustrated London News | Published: 7 Aug 1915 | Issue #3981

    ...of smoke and soot were developed. Then the sulphur also caught fire, and in its com- bustion formed a gas of very highly asphyxiating action- viz., sulphurous acid, which renders approach impossible and serves to expel the enemy from his position. Thus we are already coming near to the...
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    War by Noxious Gas: Possible Enemy Ways and Means

    Illustrated London News | Published: 1 May 1915 | Issue #3967

    STHE GAS THE GERMANS MAY BE USING: NITROGEN PEROXIDE PRODUCED IN GASEOUS FORM-A BULB OF LIQUEFIED NITROGEN PEROXIDE IS AT THE SIDE. ‘I USED AGAINST NOXIOUS FUMES IN THE TRENCHES ., A BRITISH TYPE OF RESPIRATOR , WITH AIR- VALVE ON TOP. THE GAS THE...
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    "This Unworthy Method of Making War": German Poison-Gas

    Illustrated London News | Published: 17 Jul 1915 | Issue #3978

    In his tseray puiWshed deipat, Sir John Freach speaks with digaed acern of ” this unwerthy method of manag wco “-the German use of poise gas. ” All the acietiun roeerse of Germeqy,” he says, ” have, appareaty, bee brought inte play to produce a gas of o virulest...
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    Goggles; Masks; and Bayonets: Defying the Enemy Poison-Gas

    Illustrated London News | Published: 24 Jul 1915 | Issue #3979

    THE APPROACH OF GERMAN POISON-FUMES: EQUIPPED AT ALL POINTS TO FACE BOTH GAS AND THE MEN BEHIND IT. AS THE ASPHYXIATING CLOUD CAME NEARER: FRENCH TERRITORIALS LOOKING THROUGH THE FUMES FOR THE CHARGING GERMANS. -:y 4r _ GAS AND THE MEN BEHIND IT. COMPLETELY PROTECTED...
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    Colossal Impudence: "Protection against English Gas-Bombs"

    Illustrated London News | Published: 3 Jul 1915 | Issue #3976

    i . : ,- *.k: ADDING INSULT TO INJURY ! A GERMAN ILLUSTRATION OF A GERMAN RED-CROSS MAN WEARING “PROTECTION AGAINST ENGIISH GAS-BOMBS” – A FACE-MASK, AND OXYGEN APPARATUS FOR RENDERING AID TO THE ASPHYXIATED.” After the German Army has for months been employing the devilish torture...
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    A Charge through the German Poison Gas: The British in Action on Hill 60

    Illustrated London News | Published: 22 May 1915 | Issue #3970

    ...on to discomfiture and destruction. Our illustration shows what happened one night after the Germans, by the instrumentality of the poison fumes, had been enabled to obtain a footing in a portion of the British trenches on Hill 60. Confident that the noxious gas had cleared the way before them,...
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    Hypo and Straw: When the Poison Gas-Cloud is Seen

    Illustrated London News | Published: 24 Jul 1915 | Issue #3979

    : .,. iT HYPO-SATURATED STRAW HELD OVER NOSE AN]) MOUTH: A FRENCH METHOD OF FIGHTING THE DEADLY GERMAN FUMES. IN THE BOIS LE PRTRE. -Ie French troops all along the front are well supplied with gas-masks and anti- asphyxiation respirators of approved patterns. Snapshot photographs of these,...
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    Rest

    Illustrated London News | Published: 19 Feb 1916 | Issue #4009

    Rest If you want rest–real rest-go and live in an all-gas house. They don’t carry coals in an all-gas house. WVhen they want to cook they strike a match and light the gas cooker. When they want hot water they light the gas water-heater. When they want a fire...
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    A German Shell as Tocsin: Giving the "Ware-Gas" Alarm in the British Trenches to Warn the Soldiers to Put on Their Respirators

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Jun 1915 | Issue #3975

    ...coming poison gas to all in the vicinity. One of the most usual we see here-an alarm-gong fashioned out of a used German shell-case which is sase;:ed so as to sound clear and loud on being struck near the trench look-out post. Immediately the tale-telling clang is heard, officers and...
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    Major Richardson's

    Illustrated London News | Published: 17 Jul 1915 | Issue #3978

    MAJOR RICHARDSON’S SENTRY DOGS (AIREDALES) as supplied Army in France. 5 as. POLICE DOGS (AIREDALES) for house and personal guards 5 gas.: pups. 2 gas. BLOODHOUNDS, from 20 gas.; pups. 5 gas. ABERDEEN, SCOTCH. FOX anid IRISH TERRIERS, 5 gas.; pups. 2 gas. GROVE END, HARROW. TeL 423....
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    "The Poisoning of Langemarck": A Scene of the Gassing

    Illustrated London News | Published: 22 May 1915 | Issue #3970

    WHERE TE GERANS GAINED A OENTARY ADVATAGE B THE USE OF POSOOUS GAS FIELD AT THE ENTRANCE TO LANEA ‘WHER THE GEIRMANS GA6IED A MOMENTAR ADVANTAGE BY THE USE OF POISONOS GAS: A SHELL-TORE FIELD AT THE ENTRANCE TO LANGEMA]CE. IN THE POISON-GAS AREA: THE WRECKED CHURCH...
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    En Avant in Anti-Gas Respirators and with Racket Hand-Grenades! a French Assault

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

    ” n / .-r 1′ – Ii PARMSTEAD FIGHTING: OUR ALLIES IN THE WEST STORMING A BUILDING f~OPHOLED AND FORTIFIED BY THE ENEMY. DURING THE GENERAL ADVANCE. .n sending us the sketch for this realistic drawing, grimly picturesque in its suggestion of the devastation in the...
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    "Not like Soldiers, but like Devils": Masked British Territorials Charging German Trenches at Loos

    Illustrated London News | Published: 30 Oct 1915 | Issue #3993

    ...great twin slag-heaps. First the troops had to dclear the intricate front line; nest, a small collection of fortified houses named “Valley Cross Roads,” and then the Loos Cemetery marked the limit of the ground to be covered. A cloud of gas and smoke screened the attacking force from the...
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    Science & Natural History

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

    >1 N) c Wryk~ SCIENCE JOTTINGS. GERMAN IRE -RAISING. Ni( If. the subject was last touched upon in this ( columnl, a ” Zeppelin ” raid on 1.ondon has serverd to show that the objectilve aim ed at by the...
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    Major Richardson's

    Illustrated London News | Published: 10 Jul 1915 | Issue #3977

    MAJOR RICHARDSON’S SENTRY DOGS “AIREDALES` as unnlled Army m France. 5 ps. POLICE DOGS (AIREDALES` for house and persona! wuards 5 gas.: pups. 2 gas. BLOODHOUNDS, from 20 gas.: pups. 5 gas. ABERDEEN, SCOTCH. FOX and IRISH TERRIERS, 5 ts. ; pps. 2 nus. GROVE END, HARROW. TI. p3....
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    Science and Natural History

    Illustrated London News | Published: 5 Jun 1915 | Issue #3972

    N) I. II SCIENCE JOTTINGS. I J l hII i ll I t A! lJ I1 III ‘” !l II” “· ltl ri·- ,·- ,’l 1 illlll 1ll 1h ‘iF . Ii , ‘, ll” ” i k’ i h Fin lI’Fll’...
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    Modern Munitions of War: I.—Guns and Propellants

    Illustrated London News | Published: 17 Jul 1915 | Issue #3978

    ...of the powder then should increase in rapidity so as to supply gas more and more rapidly to increase the pressure and the momentum of the shot, which should leave the muzzle of the gun with the maximum velocity. With such forms of powder as cubes or other large grain,...
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    Major Richardson's

    Illustrated London News | Published: 7 Aug 1915 | Issue #3981

    MAJOR RICHARDSON’S SENTRY DOGS (AIREDALES) as supplied Arny in France 5 ps. POLICE DOGS (AIREDALES) for house and personal awards 5 gas.: papa. 2 las. BLOODHOUNDS. froa 20 gasn.: paps, 5 gas. ABERDEEN. SCOTCH. FOX and IRISH TERRIERS. 5 gua: papa. 2 gas. GROVE END. HARROW. Tel.#r3....
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    Automatic Machine-Rifles

    Illustrated London News | Published: 10 Jul 1915 | Issue #3977

    ...unrc], undehr the nllhi+lence 1 the gas-pl ,turl , It n m e , a” iln]” Ul t]n n t, tilt’ barrel S It h it a’ lun- l ul hl . I m1 para ILL t itXL it, Land a port nII ” the I: li 1nto tI il...