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    Facsimile Sketches by a Survivor of the "Lusitania"

    Illustrated London News | Published: 15 May 1915 | Issue #3969

    ...the well-known resident scenic artist of Covent Garden Opera, who happened to be among the saloon passengers on board the ill-fated ” Lusitania,” and, although unable to swim, had the good fortune to be saved. In these very vivid sketches he has reproduced the impressions of the great catastrophe as...
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    On the Face of the Waters: After the Sinking of the Great Liner "Lusitania"

    Illustrated London News | Published: 15 May 1915 | Issue #3969

    IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE “LUSITANIA” HAD GONE DOWN: THE STRUGGLE FOR LIFE. The scene on the face of the waters after the ” Lusitania ” had disappeared beggars description. It was too terrible for words in the heartrending pathos of the awful tragedy. We see depicted above, from material given...
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    1142 Lost; 764 Saved: Survivors from the Ill-Fated "Lusitania"

    Illustrated London News | Published: 15 May 1915 | Issue #3969

    ...moment of writing, the ” Lusitania’s ” death-roll is estimated officially at 143. The passengers aboard and the crew numbered 19o6. When every berth was full, the lnew would have 3150 souls aboard. It is understood that Lord Mersey, who conducted the inquury into the losses of the ” Titanic...
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    The Sinking of the "Lusitania": The Appalling Crime near the Old Head of Kinsale

    Illustrated London News | Published: 15 May 1915 | Issue #3969

    THE “LUSITANIA” GOING DOWN AFTER SHE HAD BEEN TORPEDOED BY A GERMAN SUBMARINE: WILFUL AND .WHOLESALE MURDER COMMITTED BY “THE OFFICERS OF THE SUBMARINE AND THE GERMAN EMPEROR AND GOVERNMENT OF GERMANY.” On the eve of the ” Lusitania ” sailing from New York, on May 1sr, the German...
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    Germany's Greatest Piracy: The Torpedoing of the "Lusitania"

    Illustrated London News | Published: 15 May 1915 | Issue #3969

    ...of the ” Lusitania” disaster which has aroused. wrath in the United States, whose Press, without important exception, declares that by sinking the unarmed liner, with nearly soo0 eiilias aboard, Germany has placed herself outside the pale of civiised nations. Whether the tragedy is ikely to lead the United States...
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    The Loss of the "Lusitania": Saved and Missing

    Illustrated London News | Published: 15 May 1915 | Issue #3969

    ...LADY MACKWORTH DAUGHIITER OF MR D, A. THOMAS (SAVEDI 13. CAPTAIN TURNER, OF THE ” LUSITANIA” (SAVED). 14. 3MR. CHARIES FROItMAN. THE WELL-KNOWN AMERICAN THEATRICAL MANAGER (LOST) is MME. PAPPAIDOPOULO (SAVED). 16, MR. E. M. COLLIN. MRS. WOLFENDEN. MRS. PLANK, MRS. rLniLn.N, EIEIC IIOnH N, u . .J. MILFORD...
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    The Camera as Recorder: News by Photography

    Illustrated London News | Published: 13 Feb 1915 | Issue #3956

    ...STARS AND STRIPES TO SAVE THE PASSENGERS FROM GERMAN ATTACK: THE CUNARD LINER ” LUSITANIA.” 1 M i A PLAIN HINT TO OUR OWN AUTHORITIES -THE DISPLAY OF GERMAN TROPHIES TO THE FRENCH PUBLIC: A TAUBE AT THE INVALIDES. The ” Oriole,” a new cargo and...
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    The Lost Liner: The Floating Hotel-Palace Sunk by the Germans

    Illustrated London News | Published: 15 May 1915 | Issue #3969

    ...was filled, it carried over three thousand souls. The number on board at the time of the tragedy was 9go6. The ” Lusitania ” cost £z,z5o,ooo to buid, and each voyage to New York and back cost ‘2o,ooo. The equipment of the vessel was faultless in every detail....
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    Italian Neutrality: And Civilian "War": Phases of the Hour

    Illustrated London News | Published: 15 May 1915 | Issue #3969

    ...at hand.— Our last two photographs show German-owned shops in the seamen’s quarter of Liverpool, where most of the crew of the ” Lusitania ” lived, after being wrecked by a local crowd, on the news arriving of the torpedoing of the liner by a German submarine....
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    The Great Liner Sunk by a German Submarine: And the Type of Craft Which Caused Her Loss

    Illustrated London News | Published: 15 May 1915 | Issue #3969

    ...ship drew 33 feet water, and her gross tonnage amounted to 3,50oo. There were nine decks in all, and accommodation was provided for 550 first-class passengers, 500oo second, and 13oo third, with a normal crew of 8oo officers and men, making a total of 3150 the ” Lusitania ” was...
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    The Force of a Torpedo of the Kind Which Sank the "Luistania": Damage Done to a Ship by a German Submarine

    Illustrated London News | Published: 15 May 1915 | Issue #3969

    +i. 4cc · .” r , . ;lrrslr rFJ. y 1.10 This photograph, showing the damage done to a ship’s side by a torpedo from a German submarine, makes it possible to realise the injuries which caused the sinking of the ” Lusitania.” The vessel shown in...