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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

*~~~~~~..~ If not:iin will. shne·m opai' hae Wesalhaefrth tr toe"i' ew - They quid' tiave no sejia" d -wawehui aisae Or tey'drathr i~ peiish iay itbdlme Thni~~k am~'1dttuannieIth cnn:~:

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The First French Prisoner to See the Kaiser [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

Te First French Prisoner to See he Kaiser From a hill overlooking the battlefield on which men are fightly fiercely-one side in defence of their homes and freedom, the other in determined effort to destroy them-a silent, solitary figure watches the struggle. It is the Kaiser. In the distance lies the fair city of Nancy, whose beauteous grandeur the modern Anttila would crush, whose sons and daughters he would have suffer the tortures, inflicted upon earlier victims. But Fate rnledother wise.. The men of Nancy:were victorious, and from his place of vantage 'the Kaiser saw the ftide of battle turn against him, and knew that be must retreat. SThe ' Kaiseir's disappointment is France's jubilation. The victory gained at Nancy was a sore set-back to German arrogance and pride; a tribute to French courage, strategy and loyalty. From the lips of an eye-witness, a special correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle," Mr. A. Bott, heard the glorious tale, told him during a train journey from Marsei...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUR DAYS ON SIX BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

ova111 DAYS ON SIx iS8CurIs.. Lanct-Corporal 1dmondom; o the: Royal Irlsh -rLancers, tello how .he came racrosa a mople of men of.,te'. Argyl od Sutherland. Hlglilnndera who bhad been cut off at the battle ,o Monos.' 'One 'nas baidly wAounded;. but- hls coimpanlon had -tuck by himn all the time in-a cohutry- aworming w-?ith eirmans. nod --thoueh" -they ehad only' aLeow bluculto between them .they?ianaged to pull througle until wre 'piked themi up., I pressed the, invwounided man to tell me? bow -they managed to get. through :the four days on-air blSetlta;. but hie alwiays" got-angry with mi?eanod told:me toashut upl. I faeie" he welit wit{hout :i~thing n?: d cnave thde biscuits to the wounded mon.: Teywere o-re"?effered ehel ter-many ttihde by ;Freheh-pesnuto, -but they werd"eo e farad" :?brluglug tirouble on these kind folk that they would-i never acceptb shel ter. One. nTght they lay out inthe open .all through ai heavy.~downpour; llough tthere -wao a'house at'.hand .where they .o...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Great Britain's Capacity to Pile Up National Debt [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

Great Brita ns Capaci tyo ei p Matioina eht Tihe-chorus t6 an old song eplains that "we don't want to fight, but if we do, in addition to men and ships, we've got the money, too." Now, money is an enormously important factor in war. Our prospects are so arcellent be cause in addition to the valor of our soldiers and the brain power of their leaders, we have a long purse, so long, indeed, that it is cal culated that we can, as a nation, add another thousand million pounds to our National Debt if necessary. Can the average citizen, the "man in the street," form any conception of such a sum as £ti,000,000,000? On paper_ it looks trivial But if you saw a thousand million sovereigns in a pile, you would be looking at a small moun tain. It is just a mountain of money like that the war would cost us if.it were to last four years, because .Britain is at present spending about five millions a week, that in, .261,l0,000 ayear. How it is spent is obvious enough; but It is not so easy to see wh...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNDER THE RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

vNDoIt THEIim ED CROSS. Bsrgeent Har4 i'.of' the Girerndler Guards. nys : 'I woqt ?all 1l t?ough the': etreat and. or-two-daysa on thelttirncalthe tlde:- Onthe. e?ebnd daI. ofl the-adiatnce When wo-were-tnak ling the offensiv'e somewhereeast '11rParls. -we took; posaessaldn, bf a?-littlb villig6e. attacking wilth the: Coidetream: Gdacr~do. It woo a brie gad-o?Gunrds, and-w -em?loyed the fronitl ohttack.'-.;At :tiie "end ot the wrood. loot beyond. tihe. ~llnlnzo;".w.re air maluhch gae-in fixed ' in nomo] if: thehloiises; Tho giins -were nll taoihe. anh theomen made prisonoe.-o Thore wero about ocventy of them, aind woe food that,tho-begg-o all??ha Red Cr-oos bhdges, on thelr arms.'° " .

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Character Sketch of General Sir John French [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

A Character Sketch of General Sir Johni French The Kaiser is not the greatest villain in the .orld. He is encelled it iniquity by a vener able old gentleman who wears a long grey beard and shoulders a scythe. Father Time has not dealt kindly withJacki French. When I first met the man of the hour (writes Major Darnley Stuart-Stephens) he was a captain in the 19th Hussars, sitting at the I Royal Barracks, Dublin, as member of a gene ral court-martial which was assembled to try certain of his troopers who took it into their foolish heads one Sturday morning to iun away from parade at the Curragh Camp..French was then a typical Ouidaesque cavalry officer, fair complexioned,, with big eyes, long fair moustache, square-shouldered, and slim-lipped, with legso that looked wall in shis-tight fitting overalls and patent-leather hussar top-boots- French in those days was the bean ideal of a light cavalry captain. Now he rides sixteen "stun ~ "His eyes have become heavy-lidded, and the moustach...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A COLD STEEL CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

A COa D STEEL CHa RGE. - - Private P:irkeir, -of the ~~i~1Ian&d- Llght in tayit. rwho ireturoed homeiow6unded, says:-' got .abiillet "inthe leg?nd my hand ~nas torn Rith shrapnel;-t thtnt is.only-a smifllm?t - ter. The retreating Germana had flung out U reiarguoard in order to enable their main bodl to get away, and It was our duty to harry tbb rearguaid as much as posialble, and we did it too. Then we were given the order to ad. vance; and when weo got to wivlthin about fifty yards.of their lines we b~id to charge them with the baydnet. I got four- Germans with cold steel before I was done in I got one German atick.on, my:bayouat.- and.could notrget hhn of;- then Iw..wan.ahot.-- Thi. wos one Monday night, and I lay all that night in the weoad be? fore I wai found." . -

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIAGRAMMATIC EXPLANATION OF THE ACTION OF SHRAPNEL SHELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

DIAGRAMMATIC EXPLANATION OF THE ACTION OF SHRAPNEL SHELL The shell, fired from gun at right against entrenched infantry, bursts about 80 yards in front of the latter. aid about 15 feet above the ground. The arrows indicate -the zone covered by the bullets. PERCUSSION: SHRAPNEL The shell, fired from gun at right against adv-nzing iufantry, bursts upon hitting the ground, throwing a shower of buligta at approaihing men It is also used against buildings, but is S inoeffetive on soft ground. CASE (SHRAPNEL) SHOT. - Used at short range against cavalry. The shell bursts inmediatei7 after leaving ts grun. At 200 yards' range :the lateral spread 1525 yards.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIED UNDER MOTOR CAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

TIED UNDER MIOTOR GAR. In a letter written home. Johbi Gallagher; of Bradford; 'gies'a a graphlc deacripttodn of his orperlenees in Frnce... He was taken prisondr - by: the Germans, and etriip'ed of -everything er cept his trosoere. His .hando and feet were then roped, and he.:was tied nudernehth a motor car. During the night he tried to nscape, and managed to free his hands and feetafter con sideralle difficulty. He crawled.outto see it . he could fInd any of.his eomrades and set; theni free, but stepped on something which made a noise, and had to mi~ke a dash for it. "The sentry fired at me," he sayso "but I ran as tes :(CONTINUED ON PAGE 18) Re ecord from gFighg Fron (CONTINUED FRDM PAGE 2) S"Madly incensed against 1. and tEe Englisshtongue, they have decided to expunge Sfrom their dictionary the word 'gentleman.' They are wise. a It is not a word that they are - likely to want for manya long i year to come." -"The London Daily Mail" . .I as I could in my bare feet until I got to...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Victories Brought Joy to Germany, but Defeats [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

Victories rought Joy io Ge y, but Defeats Writing :to the London "Daily Mail" last month, a traveller returned from Germany says : I have just emerged from the chaos prevail ing in Germany, where for one month I was the unwilling guest 'of a very disagreeable host. I emerge with the' conviction that whoever is responsible for the official war reports appear ing in the German Press is both a bad journa list and a poor psychologist. This may seem a very inconsequent convic tion at the present vital stage of the war, but if you had seen the change in the attitude of the German public which I have remarked in the oast fortnight a gradual but very perceptible change,, which is the direct outcome of a mis taken Press policy, you would agree that it q not in the least inconsequent. SDuring 'my month's enforced residence (or, rather, lack of residence) in Germany I have read repeated reports of a revolution in Paris and even throughout France, the assassination of President Poincare, civil ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FUSE THAT FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

THf fi SE THAT FAI D.L . ?Bpper .Wells,. of the. hbyal Eng??u eer, de aiebes a thillliog Ijcldont: :"Our ofiie? asked for anmn? to go ~with him to blow a brldge" up. .so that- 'the Gerains could 'not ollwt us, and I went wlith him. All our- men hid-retired. Well.: to blow a brIdge up we uao gtn-eotton and a wire fuse. .It Is f.e nouh if- you talkey ouro-Wre 'ell away, . :-Ut-thIs tlm It iwouldnet" work. The meu In unnI?ng baclk stepled-on the wire sb webhad to':go noareor the brldge"and try againi Thena It would not.bt.j so the officer s'lid to me, 'Go back, .Wells.'" I: anId; 'No, FI't 'go ywltb you.' We ,Y were 'the'odly two so thebridge/ and'the Germtas were' shooting at ua, bu our luck wae In. Well, we oth lay ·owsn, a.·d'l fired - .en' rounds wrlth ?y lfle; and'he did 'the. -sme . wlth-Plstol,_and: thenelt?t would not work.. If It - -lnd:~wq should beth hla~ ?'one upw.lth.t It, so .- - you. see. What a near shorve we had. -eo" made " . dlva back- on?.got seome mere-g lacett6n. ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Red Record from the Fighting Front "KEEP SMILING." [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

It may not exactly bde whatb ye s'~ll ~gay/ - nd a s.pree we'!~lllFoj ~en'~ifjonlyt~hey'icomze,~ But we manrage to keep alive. A welome wh For were waitin' for that there much talkediabout day - For well dose 'eT with pepper and ginger and tumn when well set Uncl Billy's brass music to play Till old Jonyb Trpiz w ill growdeaf and dmnb To the tune of the 13.5. At thberoar of thel3.5. he e Reor om he Fig i Front ? ..: ? ? u.- . . ... *EEP ..GING." Gunner T. Martin. with the Royal Garrisoni i yrtillery. nt..the front, irrites .as follow :- S'"Everythilng-Is going?. welj a-s can be ex. pected. We .have been flghting this last .four teen: anys. Tsieje Germanei hel a strong pesi totdn oh the ,hills; .ut they wll, -not hbe Ion before they.ar5 outof that. I oar n light in R t•xh nir the 'other adoy, Itwas.'good?.The 'Gr?: mani got, sway. but `Lhe w6i'Fas'h boghtdow the, nextday.. .Wo3ta aam O boYs will.be: glcd-whon it's all .over i-l not the w iar ' lt'x the -weather;'.Ithath been raunli:f...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIGHLANDERS SIDE-SADDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

mIGHLANDERS SIDE-SADbLE. 'Cbompbrae,"· tbe. Freuceh ·boxer wbo is ·on active s?erilce; tells bow he bhd just? left two Hibghlanders who. with 16 other DBritiSh ol diers,;: had been moide :prrsoners by the Go: mans .; ?After lockhig-the prisonors iL a bain the German' guards went to 'sleep,"bhe said, "and. thoBrltlsh eboldlers usnfastened thbe door and crepdt nout They each took a horse' and th'en staoted faklng -lancesobut thb "Gerejas" :awoke and theo.British soldiers rode for their' li?'s. 'Ihe ?Highlaidero went.'alde saddle :just likbe women."

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN NURSE'S TREACHERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

GERMAN NhURSE S WFREACHERYt A-n almost incredible story of thb:behavlour !of a German ambulance nurse on tlio: -ld of battle, iWhich Is. said?to be corioborsa~d by R uslan bhuooar asd lancer ofltce-rs from he front, ie told in a Petrgrad. neewIpaoer;- It sthtes thfat .a German Rod Cross soater came up tb :a woneim d iep:R?ol dodlorsitrt ?thefilght and drawa-..?knlit. to-nt d, hls-" ?n',f Th-. oa ar.de;wif aol nt.adlp ~~ii wUn-ded nd niotacln al ila remailnig streagtbh, rrnched theoknlf -away. He managed to dra~ the wo?anan to-? wards the Russiani lines', where ahi wasatakeae prisonor. .

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIGHLANDERS' REEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

SIHGHLANDRI1S' Writing tda'triteod·d: Inondon .a Frenebmon sertving ·id -tie Fiench Army~ en the e~notarn frontler says' "At Limoges there -weire abount 10' trounded English soldier, eand I had many chats with theni. it any of them had plcked up a good many French expressions, and they seemed· quite at. home. The ilghlonders are great favorites everywhere; and I sawi two of them (with wounded arms) danclng 8 Scotch reel on the railway platform whlch.made the crowPd laily-Bhrlek ~with` admiration:"

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HELPLESS FOR FIVE DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

- ELPLESBB .FOR FIM. DAYS • A .'remarkable series of escapes was:that ofI William Henry Galllmore, of the lst Loyal North Lancoaehlre regiment. -Gallimore woas flirt shot whileo? he wios lying in a cornfield, his t~eih. bilng fractured. An attempt to rescue hin proving' unsuccesfuhl, he reminained theo night 'in thoe flei; The neaxt.day: he received another wound, this tlme.In the left hnood. He then took shelter in a hole made by one of th~ big German shells.. 'Thiey. had,'c he says, "trained a.laxim on the, port of the cornfeld in which-,lay, and the bullots were ripping across the" tp of the hole ond hitting the op posdalte elde. I watched themi foir quite a time." The third dayhe.was shot-again, a bullet en terlng. thesolo of his foot. He succeeded in cratilini eighty yards oh thd fourth day, and also had the good fortune to find some rum in a dead German's water-bottlo.'~ On the follow-: ing day he had crawled 800 yards; when hd was rescued by a man;of.the WelhlhReglment who, i...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIVE V.C.'s RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

FIVE V.C.'s ECOMMENDED. Private A. Burrow, let King's Liverpool Re giment, Writing to his parents, deserlbes ?hlil expurtences I "We have iust come out of tbe firing lin lno na wood which- we hano bedn-in for elght days, wet through,' he wrltei. *SThe Gernmins are a cowardly :lo.. At oIe place. where we attacked them they ahowed the iibte flag; and when we went do capture them" they opened fire on us. but we captured 600,.and killed between 200 and 00.-" Of the long ye-. treat from Mons. Private Burrow s? : '"We marched back to within fifteen miles of Paris: Then we had to take up a position .between two hillis about flvo miles. apart.. We ..were stuck In a wood,.and our artillery were behind us, the 0th Brigade on our right,. and the French on our left- The Germans were ad vancing on our front, and we had .to stick to this position, anid not retire on.any .aecount. The first day we lost heavily. The German.ar tllery swept the wood with shells, and wen were JIyng therc..and conld do...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSHING A HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

RUSHING A HIL. - l1Yto Sullivan, of the King's Royal Rifles,. told an interviewer at -the West HRm. Hospl tal : At two o'clock in the morning of. Sep tember 14 we wore told we had to shift some. Germans who hold some ridges. At about three o'clock durIng, our. march we. were suddenly met .with a terrible rie fire Irem a hill The colonel in charge ordered us to 'At them with ba~onetes," and we did. We got to the top of the hill, with Germans flying in all dlrectidones. but all at once German machine guns began to fire on us. - A look around, and it ?as seen that they had two machino gons on top of a haystack, but two oft our boys crept forward and set fire to'them; had thoso Germans were soon .rboasted. Ten minutes after, that I was hit,- buht Imnaged. tot?i on for about three quarters ofa mile before I became dtiny., The fighting, added the soldier, isterrlfic and hard,' ond the German shelling is terrlble: but our boys are all' cool; chedrful, and calm. Every time a.:shell.comes ov...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIKE RABBIT-HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

IKB RABBIT-HUNTING. Gunner T. Hughes, of tho: oyal l~lod Artil lery, writes : "The Germans are getting up to all the tricks-of the trade, so far as making themuelves aecuro naglnst infantry or shell Bro is concerned. At frat they didn't neem to mind-whatithappened, aid were alwnaya on the move just to walk over us, but when they found that it took two to make .a bargtain in the walling-over line they began to get more cautious, and now they get into holes in the. gropund that 'would. mal:e you think you had gone out rabbit-hunting if it weren't for- the size of the game when you catch them. Their trenches are mighty deep, and you can't always say rightly what's in them. There was Schap onf the Warwics who went peeping THE PUNISHMENT ,OR DEI ENDING THEIR HOMES. A BELGIAN FARMHOUSE SET ON F HI E SBY .ERMA. S- sHELLS. - into one of these holes thor other-.doy, and before-he knew what to think he found himself looking down the muzzle of n Gei?nan riiie..He, got out of.the way with onlye...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TREACHEROUS "SQUAREHEADS." [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914

TREACHEROUS "SQUAREHEADS." Further evidence of German treachery Is pro vided by a corporal of the Guards,-who is fight ing on the Aisne. In a letter to a friend at J-eratham he says: "It is an insult to Zulus to compare these .squareheads with them for treachery. Near to the banks of the River Alsne they had attacked and been driven back, and they came again and again, but were brouoht- down by riles and machine guns. A small detachment of the.Ndrthamptons were in o trench, when 400 or 500 rof the Germans held up their hands. The Cobblers were ordered not to fire, and an officer shouted in French and English asking it theysurrendered. They came on in skulking manner, and some throw down their rifles. In every way they showed they were giving themselves up as prisoners. The Cobblers were priding themselves on the cap ture, and the omcfer said 'We have.na haul here' as they got near to the trench. t'Whend they were three or four yards away i they pbured a murderohs fire at the poor te...

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