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    "The More Shell the Surer the Victory and the Speedier the Victory": The Minister for Munitions

    Illustrated London News | Published: 2 Oct 1915 | Issue #3989

    When it was announced that there was to be established in this country a Ministry of Munitions of War, the move was hailed with much satisfaction, and that stisfaction was increased when Mr. Lloyd George was appointed to the Ministry in question, for e, above all other poHticians, s...
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    "I Do Not Know Whether I Am in Order, Mr. Speaker, in Showing This Article": Mr. Lloyd George, the Minister of Munitions, Exhibits in the House of Commons a High-Explosive Fuse

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

    There was a dramatic moment during Mr. Lloyd George’s speech in Parliament intro- ducing the Munitions Bill. He was explaining the difficulties of suddenly and enormously increasing the output of complicated mechanism. To point his words he held up an object. “I do not know whether I am in...
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    Modern Munitions of War: I.—Guns and Propellants

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

    `iTtal BY PROFESSOR VIVIAN B LEWES. ~ii ji THE teaching of the first six months of the war Swas tersely summed up by General French when he said last February: ” The problem set is a comparatively simple one-munitions, more muni- tions, always more munitions “; the...
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    Where the Kaiser Would Be in Other Company: French and British Ministers and Generals at Calais

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

    iiI I~ I’, FRENCH STATESMEN AND THE FRENCH GENERALISSIMO: M. VIVIANI, PREMIER (ON SEXTREME LEFT), GENERAL JOFFRE, AND M. MILLERAND, MINISTER OF WAR (RIGHT) I :.p_ r”~W” FRENCH WAR LEADERS IN CONCLAVE: (LEFT TO RIGHT) M. VIVIANI, M. ALBERT THOMAS (UNDER – SECRETARY FOR WAR), GENERAL JOFFRE,...
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    Modern Munitions of War: II.—Shells and High Explosives

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

    ...more than compensate for this difference. Not being of an acid nature, trinitrotoluol-or T.N.T., as it is termed-cannot accidentally form more sensitive salts; it is without action on metals, and is perfectly stable. (Cf”i-ud on Pa S o8. MODERN MUNITIONS OF WAR. Continued from Pase 108.,...
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    "Everything Depends on the Workshops of Britain": Scottish Girls Making Shells

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

    of women workers for the war, which wins new recruits every day. It is well known that at krupp’s great factory at Essen the labour is increasing and carried on at high pressure, and our own statesmen, the Prime Minister and Minister of Munitions, have urged upon the nation the...
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    An Interesting Presentation to the Retiring Belgian Minister

    Illustrated London News | Published: 13 Mar 1915 | Issue #3960

    which united the colony to their representative. Count de Lalamng, in a charming speech, thanked the donors , and, by a happy oincidence, during the presentation news arrived that H.M. King Albert had been pleased to bestow upon the retiring Minister the Ribbon of the Crown Order....
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    Modern Naval Warfare: New Munitions and Appliances

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

    ..., . l th . N, II n I I> ti t 5111: hi ln lt l l· L S im INN “[ssh il ntii th ] 7bl, iI, I:h tIl 11 advet ofll )I tlin plllc – Ii-ll1 v l. esel Jlos led to all lholn III’,...
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    Modern Munitions of War: III.—Poison-Gas and Incendiary Bombs

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

    ...i I~ 1 1 rIt l i thc r-i l lli , like su[phuii d luttrc, Slit .1rl haulinn, uOi. .: t 1′ rt Ls per: luting asphy’xiatton. u of ,nphIll/l· I ng4 11 I b no m:ss hs nuIm Cple pr, L, ci , I the ul t i...
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    Modern Munitions of War: Guns and Propellants

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

    W ITH reference to the article under the above heading on another page of this Issue, by Professor Vivian B. Lewes, we should like to mention that it is a con- densation by Professor Lewes of the first of the extra- ordinarily interesting series of lectures he is giving...
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    The King and Munitions: A Great Rodin: The Drum-Head Service

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

    _ I THE KING AMONG MUNITION-WORKERS AND WOUNDED: HIS MAJESTY TALKING TO WOUNDED FROM HIGHBURY HOSPITAL DURING HIS VISIT TO THE MIDLANDS. s r : UNWRAPPED WITHOUT CEREMONY, OWING TO THE GREAT WAN: RODIN’S “BURGHERS OF CALAIS” IN THE VICTORIA EMBANKMENT GARDENS. i i i...
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    An Ex-Prime-Minister's Wife in the Dock for Murder: Madame Caillaux Making Her Dramatic Speech

    Illustrated London News | Published: 25 Jul 1914 | Issue #3927

    DEFENCE: MADAME CAILLAUX MAKING A THREE-HOURS STATEMENT AT HER TRIAL IN PARIS. A REPLY TO AN INTERROGATORY WHICH RESOLVED ITSELF INTO A LONG SPEECH FOR THE The sensational trial of Mme. Caillaux for shooting M. Gaston Calmette, late Editor of the ” Figaro,” began in Paris on...
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    The Greatest War Cloud That Has Hung over Europe since 1870: Prominent Personalities of the Moment

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

    9– … . A te ” ‘- ~a M BOSHKOVITCH, SERVIAN CHARG&I D’AFFAIRES IN GREAT BRITAIN. 4. N. PASHITCH. SERVIA’S GREAT MAN AND HER PRIME MINISTER &. GENERAL. NICHOLAS JANUSCHIEVITCH, CHIEF OF THE IMPERIAL RUSSIAN GENERAL STAFF. IL THE MARQUIS DI SAN GIULIANO, ITALIAN MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND...
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    The Great War

    Illustrated London News | Published: 6 Feb 1915 | Issue #3955

    THE NEW AUSTRIAN MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Baron de Burian, recently appointed Austrsan Foreign Minister, is in the strongest of lime- light this week, thanks, more especially, to the “Daily Mail’s” remarkable story of an appeal said to have been made by him to the German Emperor that the two...
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    The Great War

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

    ...Cg ii 111v I’ sil,thiti n I ,i1i 1lll i t t t 1 ,)d ‘ rll ‘ i ll’ I l ; Itit 11 ci n , I ti l, t iti ptti io’ii t ‘ I r n h \I , ]ill of a Islnd very Il elolnt...
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    Defining Great Britains Policy: One of the Most Historic Moments in the History of Parliament

    Illustrated London News | Published: 8 Aug 1914 | Issue #3929

    THE BRITISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNOUNCING HIS COUNTRY’S ATTITUDE: SIR EDWARD GREY TAKING HIS GREAT PRONOUNCEMENT WITH REGARD TO THE SUPPORT OF FRANCE BY. THE BRITISH FY,F,’ AND TN, QIIFSTION jPF BELGIAN NEUTRAYYTY.   In the House of Commons on Monday, August 3 (Bank Holiday), Sir Edward Grey, the Foreign...
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    The Woman's Right-To-Serve Demonstration: A Great Procession

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

    IN A NEIGHBOURHOOD NOTED BEFORE THE WAR FOR MILrANT SUFFRAGETTE DEMONSTRATIONS I THE PROCESSION IN THE SHADOW OF THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. e.2 FLORAL EFFECTS: THE “DEPUTATION TO THE MUNITIONS MINISTER” BANNER AND OTHER DEVICES IN THE GREAT PROCESSION DEMANDING THE RIGHT TO SERVE. IN...
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    At Parades: Lord Kitchener at Liverpool and Manchester

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

    Sexton, the General Secretary of the National Union of Dock Labourers. With characteristic firnness and tairness, the Secretary for War said of the strikers : “I feel sure that these men can hardly realise that their action in thus congesting the docks and delaying munitions of war and food required...
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    An Unannounced Visit: Lord Kitchener in France

    Illustrated London News | Published: 10 Apr 1915 | Issue #3964

    an. M. Millerand, the French War Minister. Attention has of late concentrated more than ever upon Lord Kitchener, inasmuch as, with characteristic decision and promptitude, he was the first public man to prohibit in unqualified terms the use of alcohol in his household, immediately ft ‘owing the suggestion...
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    The French Mission of Ministers in Rome: A Popular Welcome

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Feb 1916 | Issue #4010

    Thomas, the French Minister of Munitions ; and General Pell, Chief of the French Headquarters Staff, has been paying an official visit to the Italian Front. Everywhere they received the heartiest acclamation, in particular in Rome. where their arrival at the outset was welcomed by immense crowds with shouts of...