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    A Dominant Factor in Modern War: Artillery

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

    ...ii11 it.tis It is a -hort gunl 11,hu It thrm’, a shell high into the All, >u al, to come 101wn front the II IIit I Ill t11 l I hot ilI” llt m l lIell, but i the modern liel-howitzer ithe unnv111 t l i. 1 n 111: 1d...
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    A Dominant Factor in Modern War: Artillery

    Illustrated London News | Published: 5 Dec 1914 | Issue #3946

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    12.-In. High-Explosive Shells—Stages in Their Manufacture Devivering "Lloyd-Georges" in the Vickers Works

    Illustrated London News | Published: 14 Aug 1915 | Issue #3982

    ý .º a /!”fig jrr ii P 2a “N I i¢- ! : ,i 8. .-Zl . R ILLETS ,SOLID BLOCK.”’ OF STEEL) READY FOR THE FURNACE. 3. FORGING, OR “DRAWING”~ A 12-INICH SHELL IN A HYDRAULIC FRESS. S- TURNING THE RADIUS HREAD AND BODY OF SHELL. 7- VARNISHING...
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    Modern Munitions of War: II.—Shells and High Explosives

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

    ...declined to do the one thing that, more than any t iher, would shorten the war. The shells used in big guns and field artillery may be divuled into too main classes: shrapnel, which is utilised against troops in the field, and which is of but little use...
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    "Marmites": A Shell Bursting: A Shell-Made "Lunar Landscape"

    Illustrated London News | Published: 17 Apr 1915 | Issue #3965

    ...In connection with the first of our two photographs, it may be mentioned that ” marmite,” which means ” cauldron,” is” new French military slang for a heavy shell. Perhaps the best-known of the trench newspapers is called the ” Echo des Marmites.” This is produced somewhere near...
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    Making a Shrapnel Shell: Cutting Red-Hot Bars by "Hot" Saw

    Illustrated London News | Published: 14 Aug 1915 | Issue #3982

    IHOW THE MUNITION WORKERS ARE HELPING THE MEN AT THE FRONT BY MAKING “7FOOD” FOR THE GUNS: AN EARLY STAGE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF A BSHRAPNEL SHELL CASE, IN MESSRS. VICKERB’ WORKS AT EbRROW-IN-FURNESS. As our drawing shows, the making of cases for shrapnel shells is an...
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    Shell Motor Spirit

    Illustrated London News | Published: 2 Jan 1915 | Issue #3950

    ...is used as largely by our Forces is not in accordance with the facts. ” Shell ” is working for the Allies only, and there- fore for you. Be on the side of the Allies and use “Shell.” Refuse any other Spirit. 1 OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. GIJ-~r’ WrVR~...
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    Ranging—Its Theory: The Bracketing System with Shrapnel

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

    – – · – : l-~ R~ ~’- ~ -r~~~ K- — ,— – — Mi mi ýWlllj -p 111111, TARG~ET 4% — – – fl’O ydt an. yds. 4, FROIT VIEW. (FROM BATTERY POSITION SHOWING UP P SHOWING UP...
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    President Poincaré's Country House a Target for German Guns; Shell - Fire Ruin; and Other Scenes

    Illustrated London News | Published: 14 Nov 1914 | Issue #3943

    ir’ — ONE END OF THE NIEUPORT-DIXNUDE LINE ON WHICH THE GREAT BATTLE OF THE DONES BEGAN: A STREET IN NIEUPORT UNDER GERMAN SHELL-FIRE. *I I -i t THE TARGET OF FORTY-EIGHT GERMAN SHELLS iN TWO BOMBARDMENTS LE CLOG-PRESIDEN POINCARE’S HOUSE AT SAMPIGhY. – “,’ …… .....
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    Proof That the Gigantic German 42-Cm. Howitzer Does Exist

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

    : ++ : + – w X . .. l + ,+ ,S 777 rr~* `:4- ‘ – cam , V – – . ++ +. i. ‘+ + -+ – i § A SHELL FROM AN ENEMY 42-CM. GUN ; FLANKED BY A FRENCH 75-MM SHELL AND A...
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    'Shell'

    Illustrated London News | Published: 12 Dec 1914 | Issue #3947

    ...haulage, armoured car raids, aerial reconnaissance, Red Cross Ambulance work, etc., “Shell” spirit is being used more extensively by our Forces at Home and Abroad than any other petrol. The AILIESRE Be on the side O A B of the Allies- OBTAINABLE and use ‘ Shell.’ EVERYWHERE....
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    The Shell-Riddled Château of Mondement: The Damage Done

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

    ...FRENCH STORMED THE CHATEAU: BREACHES IN THE WALLS MADE BY BURIED: PART OF THE GARDENS OF THE WRECKED CHATEAU OF MONDEMENT. SHELL-FIRE. 3. SHOWING SIGNS OF THE DESPERATE ENCOUNTER: THE SHOT AND SHELL-RIDDLED CHATEAU OF MONOEMENT. 4 A CORNER OF THE CHATEAU AFTER THE FIGHT: SHATTERED TREES, A CRUMBLED 5....
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    Trench-Strengthening: And Seeking Cover as a Shell Burst

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

    ...of Senegalese and light blue infantry charging forward, then recoiling . only to renew the attack a few minutes later.” I JUST AS AN ENEMY SHELL BURST: BRITISH TROOPS PRESSING AGAINST THE CLIFF SIDE FOR SAFETY AT A LANDING-PLACE, JUST NORTH OF CAPE HELLES, WHICH WAS TAKEN BY...
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    'Shell' Motor Spirit

    Illustrated London News | Published: 30 Jan 1915 | Issue #3954

    The wounded Never in history has better or more skilful at- tention been given to the wounded than during the present great war, and the petrol-driven motor ambulance and hospital have given invaluable aid in the great work of mercy. Throughout the war-swept area red-cross conveyances of the...
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    The Siege of Antwerp: Blazing Oil and the Fall of a Shell

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

    SET ALIGHT BY THE BELGIANS TO PREVENT THE GERMANS USING THEM: PETROL-TANKS BY THE SCHELDT ABLAZE NEAR ANTWERP. PHOTOGRAPHED WITHIN HALF A MINUTE OF BEING HIT: A HOUSE IN A STREET CLOSE TO ANTWERP CATHEDRAL STRUCK BY A GERMAN SHELL. A day or two before...
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    A Gun Whose Shell Weighs 1000 Lb.: The Enemy 12-Inch Howitzer

    Illustrated London News | Published: 27 Feb 1915 | Issue #3958

    A PROJECTILE WHICH WEIGHS 1000 LB.: A SHELL BEING WHIEELED TO ONE OF THE AUSTRIAN 30″5-CM. 12-INCH) SIEGE-HOWITZERS. THE GREAT SIEGE – HOWITZER USED BY AUSTRIA AND GERMANY WHEN SEEKING TO REDUCE FORTRESSES: PREPARING THE HUGE 12-INCH FOR ACTION, :} ii ;I ·i’ ” i;’·,~~i...
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    Peppered with Shell-Craters: A Battle-Ground from the Air

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

    ...the airmen’s view that compels attention the queer, pitted look of the surface, peppered over, as it were, by heavy, high-explosive shell-holes, the crater-like .vates made tm the ground where howatzer-projectiles of the “Jack Johnson ” order have been dropped. Our photograph emphasises the extraordinary appearance of such a bombarded...
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    Flood and Shell-Fire: Ypres and the Inundations

    Illustrated London News | Published: 28 Nov 1914 | Issue #3945

    ...NIGHT DUTY. LEFT BEHIND BY THE GERMANS IN ABANDONING THEIR FLOODED TRENCHES : TWO MUD-COVERED MORTARS. it iii I iS 1 WHERE THE GERMANS WERE ‘ WASHED OUT ” : INSPECTINGC A WATER-FILLED TRENCH. 7 ai .-.– . SHELL HAVOC IN MUCH-BOMBARDED YPRES. WRECKED...
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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

    ...of munitions of war has increased to an unparalleled extent. Aneg his pronouncements will be remembered : ” Everybody must do what he can, and there are two reasons for that The first is that we want to produce as much shell as we can possibly get, because the more...
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    The Splash of a Turkish Howitzer Shell in the Dardanelles

    Illustrated London News | Published: 17 Apr 1915 | Issue #3965

    ~f 97 ýý T ý ý ý: … : “. ý a?ý-Tý 1ý I I Bi-:·. A REMARKABLE AND EXCLUSIVE PHOTOGRAPH: THE MOMENT AFTER ONE OF THE MANY TURKISH SHELLS WHICH WENT WIDE OF THE SHIPS, AND FELL HARMLESSLY INTO THE SEA, STRUCK THE WATER. During the...