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    The Great Battle of the Marne: Phases of the Fighting Which Caused the German Retreat

    Illustrated London News | Published: 19 Sep 1914 | Issue #3935

    i S”JL j DESTROYED BY THE FRENCH: THE REMAINS OF A STONE BRIDGE OVER THE MARNE. –· – — —~~~-II 1 11 lrý ii ° ,I ‘EN AVANT!”–WHAT THE FRENCH LIKE BESI INFANTRY GOING FORWARD TO THE ATTACK. ….._ ~ .__.__._… 1 I DETROED BY...
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    The Price of the War Lord's Ambition: German Dead after the Battle of the Marne

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Sep 1914 | Issue #3936

    ...These dead, lying in a corner of a field near Lizy in the Marne district, were soldiers of a famous German regiment, fine specimens of German manhood. Captured German officers all tell the same tale. ” In the first battalion of the First Guards Regiment.” said one, ” not a...
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    The Hougomont of the Battle of the Marne: The Great Struggle for the Château of Mondement

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Sep 1914 | Issue #3936

    As mentioned under the other drawing of the same subject elsewhere in this number, the beautiful old Chateau of Mondement, about four miles east of Sezanne, was the scene of some of the fiercest fighting in the Battle of the Marne. The French troops occupied it first, but were...
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    "The Turn of the Tide": The Great Retreat of the Germans at the Battle of the Marne

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Sep 1914 | Issue #3936

    ” As your lordships are aware,” said Lord Kitchener in his speech in the House of Lords on the 7th, “the tide has now turned, and for some days past we have received the gratifying intelligence of the forced retirement of the German armies.” The great retreat began...
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    In the Grim Track of the Invaders: Vandalism, Devastation, and Spoils of the German Retreat

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Sep 1914 | Issue #3936

    ...OF THE AISNE : A GERUMAN SHELL BURSTING OVER SOISSON ” ‘mss-.. ., F ON THE GERMAN LINE OF RETREAT FROM THE MARNE: WAYSIDE HAVOC SON A FRENCH COUNTRY ROAD. WHERE THE GERMANS SHOT THE MAYOR AND WRECKED THE TOWN : DEVASTATION AT SENLIS....
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    A Fight for a Chateau: French and Germans at Close Quarters

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Sep 1914 | Issue #3936

    A STRATEGIC POSITION TAKEN AND RETAKEN FOUR TIMES : THE DESPERATE STRUGGLE FOR THE CHATEAU DE MONDEMENT DURING THE GREAT BATTLE OF THE MARNE. ” One of the most startling and dramatic incidents of the Battle of the Marne.” writes Mr. Frederic Villiers on his sketch from...
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    The Hammer Which Became the Anvil! the General Who "Ignored."

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Sep 1914 | Issue #3936

    ...the invaders, it was he, from all accounts, who dealt the savagely reckless blows which failed to break the British lines at Mons and at Cambrai, as Sir John French stubbornly fell back, performing his allotted part in the great retirement, until behind the Marne. It was General von Kluck...
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    "Nothing, except a Battle Lost, Can Be Half as Melancholy as a Battle Won": Dead in France

    Illustrated London News | Published: 31 Oct 1914 | Issue #3941

    ...FIELD OF HONOUR, AT FERE CHAMPENOISE WHERE HALF OF A FRENCH ATTACKING FORCE WAS LEFT ON THE FIELD AFTER A CHARGE AT FERE CHAMPENOISE DURING THE BATTLE OF THE MARNE. 9 G c – % D 1 t AFTER A GREAT CHARGE BY THE TURCOS “GERMAN...
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    After the Turning of the Tide: Scenes and Incidents That Followed the German "Swerve" from Paris

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Sep 1914 | Issue #3936

    TAKEN BY THE BRITISH AT THE BATTLE OF THE MARNE: GERMAN PRISONERS ON THE WAY FOR SHIPMENT TO ENGLAND. A NOTEWORTHY LESSON IN HUMANITY : A FRENCH ” BLACK SOLDIER TENDING A WOUNDED GERMAN 1 f t· 1iT THE FRENCH SOLDIER IN HIS ELEMENT: INFANTRY...
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    Germany's Sacrifice to Bellona: A Holocaust of the Slain

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Sep 1914 | Issue #3936

    ...damaged beyond repair by the fire.” Esternay, where this wholesale cremation took place, is a village near Szanne, and only about nine miles from Paris. It formed one of the “pivots,” in the military sense, of the great battle of the Marne, and suffered severely in the struggle....
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    The Great War

    Illustrated London News | Published: 7 Nov 1914 | Issue #3942

    ...star can shine.” \’hat was the practical dilterence between the m’ntal mlootd of otur soldiers in their enforced retire- llnt agalnst iHve-toldi ot,dl froli onsl to the Marne, andi again ini their aggressive re-advance fromln the Alarne to the Aisne ? None whatever ; and it is this...
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    By Permission of General Joffre: French Battlefield Scenes

    Illustrated London News | Published: 7 Nov 1914 | Issue #3942

    ...our photographs were taken, comes to be written in detail, it will be found to yield nothing in the interest of its deeds of heroic endurance and devoted valour to anything recorded of even the soldiers of Napoleon’s Grand Army. Sompuis is a town in the Department of the Marne,...
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    The Field of Honour as It Is: Death on the Battlefield

    Illustrated London News | Published: 31 Oct 1914 | Issue #3941

    ...AT SOIZY-AUX-NOIS. 3. MACHINE-MADE DEATH ON THE BATTLEFIELD: HOW THE TURCOS HEROICALLY FACED THE GERMANS IN FIVE DESPERATE ATTACKS A GERMAN POINT OF VIEW The neighbourhood of Fi-re-Champenoise, a httle town of some 3000 inhabitants in the department of the Marne, twenty miles from Epernay, was the scene...
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    The Shell-Riddled Château of Mondement: The Damage Done

    Illustrated London News | Published: 3 Oct 1914 | Issue #3937

    ...which, occupying an important strategic position near Sezanne during the battle of the Marne, was the scene of fierce encounters between the French and the Germans, and was captured and recaptured no fewer than four times in four days. It was finally taken and held by the French....
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    The Great War

    Illustrated London News | Published: 24 Oct 1914 | Issue #3940

    ...French’s despatches— especially those recently published dealing first with the fighting on the Marne, and then on the Aisne-is that they reveal perfect harmony of action bet”. een him and his nominal chief, General Joffre, a French commander such as we have not had to admire for a long tunie,...
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    Scene of the Use of Secret Concrete Gun-Platforms?—Maubeuge

    Illustrated London News | Published: 24 Oct 1914 | Issue #3940

    ...a gallant resistance against the Germans. This contributed greatly to the victory of the Allies in the great Battle of the Marne by delaying large German forces E –Ni * – – -* * RENDERED USELESS BY THE REMOVAL OF THE BREECH-BLOCK: AN ABANDONED FRENCH GUN...
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    The Great War

    Illustrated London News | Published: 19 Sep 1914 | Issue #3935

    ý. . ,, t: “. €ý ý, . ý ý, ý Wý ” .* ýS RlI IllN( last week, Ibefore tic object of (;eneral o in Kluck’s new movemnnt to the Marne and the soutih-ast of Paris had become clear, I ventured to suggest, as an explanation...
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    The War: On the Line of the Retreat and Elsewhere

    Illustrated London News | Published: 19 Sep 1914 | Issue #3935

    — – , A.. 2 – I I – _ Our first two photographs tell more plainly than pages of description the plight of the German invaders near Meaux when the Allies suddenly turned on them near the Marne and the victoriou- advarice began. In one we...
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    The Camera as Correspondent: Photographs from the Front

    Illustrated London News | Published: 21 Nov 1914 | Issue #3944

    ...by the French, buried on a battlefield where the British Army fought during the advance from the Marne, and had been handed over to Sir John French by General. Joffre. According to another statement on November 16, two more German regimental flags have been found by the French in going...
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    British Surprises for Germans: A Monitor: And a 60-Punder

    Illustrated London News | Published: 31 Oct 1914 | Issue #3941

    ...position-gun. The precision and effectiveness of its fire has been repeatedly borne testimony to, not only in letters frcm our soldiers at the Front, but also by French officers, during the retreat after Ms, at the crossing of the Marne, and in the continuous bombardments of the Aisne valley fighting,...