Elephind.com contains 12,797 items from Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
THE CAMEL CORPS MARCHES PAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
;·-.·.··A1A; COP MARCRE PASTi~. ~.1~Ii ~t 0 ~aa~5se13~a cmtl ~o~'o!u~ hve oiu~rcdhow ~n~i ~u~d~ibtkCioue When M"thrxgore wel: B~iav ed fa Cop :o na culy on t h a a1~w±1/tahevn eaekeool wiitti the iropz cuse. :a:el froneweltaeiuee ititb~~~~;·a~; c~~~~b~i'~oi lir.adag~~'ai ~-hi·fp~;"~ di beia~~~ o~qp1ete loss :toi envuonge a~i h;.the poioibtut~cs thc' nitui~tlon Th4 :- Labjlve phototakeu-~t a EXgyppt. of na~-it~ivE Caoriisf" z uiarcing ~ii:~pool a a~revq v at ttebi;st.~iijopjiddi~ .idea of ~inine oucih :a foretb reially looks-ike. ·The roop~set -se lin~ing tlugarae grundare seu& Egptin- 4tacnie
A French Impression of British Soldiers under Fire [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
A _ r-enc resid ntis So rs -.. "o e . i ·time or-asot~er that prm~id aoi all as we -areofj thec feats of· oari~nto m ! ·:p, rasire itmay b-b+that aim. bocamO they are wr -mm that we are-so preoe- pmcto vlewthtzrom t hrqon~;~ottgh~o rosc-lro Ctt spe '~ictcles.s; It ·is iorqtestlog.: t h ~erjfoin, to~have sli -- teview o .one p~of otir Allm sipentr. he~Ciooiitt] of on-ur. mao So get tamaic dtji f ~bE:jhii`ttSd~loo la··~-~ ke to the, other~ fellow -~;-Tlie-fllo'~ .vitig~ at-; c·:ount ms taken fremd a recent tssudibf tIie6atj M,~fLa~lito winch patter at was o!~~ctoo'i~letfnto yin of .-r~the wtll-known Breatlh wa5~r csonespoota Bleary- Laoe atugiiiii~ thie front.5j~ i i- --j Bythe moot wonderful thiade-k(kewdiea)-Z : happened to be tattheL Britith 2imnra etgiifsp i- just wahen ~the grea battlei o!f ·;begnno-i a fih i that wbill esteem toorcriheti m infr toti nhirrloTtah: .theocroll of historil'i wis't~ie-'only -war cOr- -resp.ondent present at themactual theatre df war. at the. time; and...
Children who Played while the Guns were Booming [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
Chiden who Ilayed whe te Gun &lt;ere 00o One of the most striking phasea of the c.am paign in Belgium. hnsbeen the felllty with. whleh the population- accept the business of war as a part of their ordinary life. - Women who neverheard a gun fired until a few months ago now go about their household duties 'with 'je thunder aoF'artillery sbakilng the windown and a-file of wdunded soldiers pass ing the front door, on their way to a flrt aid hospital (vrites Percwal Philllps In the "El press"). Chldren play about among th'e 'gun'lmbers that are drawn up under cover, of a hedge, while -the battery of which they are a part in v?igorously shelling the advancing Germans from a feld. near by. . I have nevier been .able folly to accuston mnself to these ahari cotrauts betweee peace and war. They abound on all sfdes. One mo naont you are.almost convinced that the Ger?em'i uenace is a myth and that the ,soldiers -w·ho pase are merely taking part ? anoee esr .. ou come upson. achofd Ug s...
Mothers and Wives' Pitiful Battle against Poverty [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
-. and Wives Pitif Battle agat Poverty "It's not for.myself that I want help. Jt's lot even for my children; most of them can look after themselves, young as-thej-are It'i for Mrs. " .that I am asking; She has been more than good to us, since my boy left for New Guinea. The home, such as it is, costs no more than a'few shillings a week It was the clothes and the food aihd doctor's bill that swallowed tip our small savings, and one has totie -h "Yes, she has kept us in nearly everything, while I have been trying to pay 'o. hack ac counts. And we-have not been the only ones she h'as- helped. Sh is an old woman too; nearly eighty years ofage. She keeps a little store If she lives my herself.she by no means lives fur hrietf.- ,Ddn't we kitowit: ' If you can only pay her ivhat we owe her, and she will not think of charging us for more than one-halfthe things we haverhad from her, yoe will relieve me of a burden of debt of-money, but never of that greater debt of gratitude which I ewe her...
Graphic Account of a Night Russian Bayonet Charge [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
Graphic Account of a Night Russian Bayonet Charge When:the lussians decided to take the city Sof! Sandomlr, -their -method of attack by night bayonet charpe was one of the most spectacular in the history of their whole campaign. One of-the men who took part In the charge writes to LIeuL-Colonel Bek, of the London EIxpress -?s $ollows :-- - "The night was rainy and cold. The ground w nso so soft and. elippery that we could move our artillery only with great.dffiLculty, meeting at every step .ruts and holes fill of water. The cold wind blowing from the Vistula be came intolerahble, but still we adivanced and ad vanced.- - .. 'It was two o'clock in the morning when we discovered In a fog-that we were quite close. to a strong entrenchment of thb A.satrian posi tions.. We stonned. - W"ith the first slimmer of daylight I could nec them through thle fog ; like l.ickl hills-they were. and on the right and the left of them the Vistula, enveloped .in white clouds of fog, sent the vapor to the...
"Blue Bird" Author Talks of the Ego Maniac Kaiser [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
Blue Bir "iAhr Talks of e Ego Maniac Kaiser The-cornBeld was a pleasant slght. Areaper drawn by two-horses which an old peasant drove was finishing off the last patch of stand lng corn. A late afternoon sun lit up the sheaves the yellow stubble and the woods that covered the hill beyond. Close by flowed tne shining Seine, wide and tranqull through Its rich valley. Tlie villagers were getting In the'harvest.as Lest. they could. When all the men between 20 and 45 are called away to battle or for garrison duty, it .is -the women and the boys and the old men who must turn to and do the necessary work. With good will and energy they were tying. up and carrying and building s'tooks. The farmer eincouraged them. "It Is well, my children," he said, nodding approval "AllI are doing their best, and as fornmonsleur, we' cannot thank him enough." ."Monsleur" was a strongly-framed man ol r) or so, in knlcherbockers and putteea. One glance at hls magnificeent head would have told us hbe. was Some...
IS THE ENEMY COMING OUT? [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
IS THE ENEMIY COMING OUT? Reports describing the movenents ol the German Fleet should be accepted with great reserve,, as it is more than likely that they are of German origin, eligineired with the in tention of deceiving hot only Admiral Jellicoe, but.the population of- Germany itself, who are beginning tO ask questions about their-navy. In any case, should, theie, be any reliable in :formation that might be given 's at any time concerning the disposition of the enemy s fleet, it is certain that that information will not be allowed to reach us unti its strategic inopor tance has passed. When the Germans leave t.he shelter of their defended harbor, it will be to - . .give straight-out battle, -because to come out would- occupy at most only a few hours, and if they remained at anchor outside their .main defences they would run-considerable risk of " eing attacsked by our submarines and -des troyers. We must give the German Admiral credit for- possessing sufieicist. knowledge of our d...
Questions of All Descriptions Answered LEGAL WINE LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
- --~ . · ·- -· - i;r -·3··-·· ,~~ ...;. -- 5.-·,II;..~.:~. ---; O akulR~-·: ~': t ir ·i ;·-;~-..,- ..-~·..i-; -,·- -·; ·----- WINE. LICENSE. GROCER (Balmain)' The following extract shoiuld answer your enquiruy The number of Colpnial wipe licenses in an electorate shall not, except as spccially providedxcediCe, number .obtained by adding (a) the ni ~er of •:wine licenses in the electorate on Janlh 1, 19056.- and. (b)- the -.number" o4 applictipns :'? pending for licenis?s?of pnises in. resp~ct ofi which wine licenses we?e - e?d. within - four ...monthsof Jan. 1, 1905, and subtracting fromnthe total thus obtained ; (c) the numbcr of wine licenses .in .- that anrea which a spiejl Court ~ is, after. the vqte of the electors; d-terepined shall cease:to. be in. force. For the rest, one cannot possibly gire you the detailed infor mation in these columns. -
ADDITIONS TO THE GERMAN FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
S ADDITIONS:TO THE GERMAN PLEET. "Petrogad advcles state that?. 150 guns. have keen deljvrerd attantig. uid the surihise that hey are or-ships under constauction -there is doubtless correct. Two of these vessels are good. capital ships, and it-is only to'be ex pected that their construction should have been urried along, with, the intention ofijolning the ernnan" High 'Sealmet " soon as possib'e. But there should be no need for worry, bov this fact; because in, or-estimates'we 'ad sli of the Queen Elliabtth class of ships, sehlch% if pused 4alongi-would Tprobabfy be added to Admiral Jellicoe's -leet"at the 'present time.'As our ships mount eiht.lS-'Min g-uas eac (whic. is the tame as -the-fargeit- German addition). our increased trength in Dreadnoughts'fiilf- in the ratio of six;to two.'- We rnay'also place reliaice in the stateinft of Mr. Churchill hat oer fleet' is continu.lfy-rincreasingin on a mserctseeperiofric.t ^.-"''"'*"'*''.. _'*
"Society Butterflies" Regenerated by War BIARRITZ, October 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
..1 ..rf Regenerate__d"by*- - War :(By IAD.GEDONOHOE). BIARRITZ; October 6, 191 4. No place in France could well be further re moved from. the centre of -the stoem Which is to-day shaing Europe than this-little iieasidle resor, -whe' I, hove- tken temporary -iruge . "Most Adti-alians :wIl ;have heard :ofB-lrit The' will remeber :the' ?aftection '-EIng Ed ward, like Queen Victoria before hini, ba for this beautiful spbot situated iii the- extreme -outh-westernr-corenr. oL.Frencth "tereitory, on the wild hores"bf rhat?We call -the Bay-.of Biscay ind'the. Fre.ih'-thU i Guilf of ,Gascony: (Golfe de Gascogne, to be literally-correct). . "Fastinating and pictererque :iso Tarrete frbo m the croVn" of its hbead of rocky bouiders-snany more than 120ft high--sni -to h sole of its foot ofellow saunds. (iHet let-me Swhispcr c s ausride tht these: latter though at tractct - einugh, are not for one moment to be coim pared withi the white beaches oothe' Atitilian ceat aI fandcymy untrade end copat...
The Gallant Action of the Burgomaster of Brussels [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
The Gallant Act ofhe Burgomaster of Bussels When the history of the.war comes to be -written, Monsieur Max, the -Burgomaster of Brussels, ,will. hold:.a, high. plact" among .its heroes. . For many. a weary day he upheld the honor of his town in such difficmufies as never before lay in the path of an honest citizen. By the mere-cxercise of his. tact he. preserved the peace and beauty of Brussels. To his lestraining influence-is .due the;safety of the Belgian capital.. . The trust. which his com patriots have reposed in him is absolute. He seemed to have tamed, fqr a while at least .. the savagery of the Germans, 'anmd he achieved such a triumph as is won by few'either in -. -peace or war, Unfortunately we know but little of.this great ian.s. VWe ?re, forced to construct his character frem hints and rumom. One or two traits may indisputably be-ascr?bed "to him. He has never fallen for-a moment Sbelow, the dignity of -his office. He recog S- ised at once that he -was tle first'citizen ...
WINTER IN THE NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
rTIAWeliTEr i~ RENAVY. It is onlr natural that Irith -the advent of Winteri ilitairy opra?tions on" the Continn should'beto a certain eatent curtailed, bhut the same event wilt tend to bring -about an in crased. activity·on-water, ". Though" the condi tions under which onrs navy .will :work .-will reader theirduties more diffic?lt, it must be rememtered that-the German fleet will be af fected iccordingy. ItJ'rwas reported redenty that a number-of Rssian shipsjoined-up wih a German- squadron during a fog,- 'sunk and damaged the Germanis, and got away unscathed; also tat-the -Russians -caught the -G0benm napp?g in'the Black Sea. Our oitpn flo tilas -alo got'.the better ao. their opponents off Heligolaud in thick weather.- It thr__ cases bcan "he taken as any cri erion of-the Germans' abilities in Ioggy weather, swe need-- have no qualms regarding asy operations on the part of the enemy. 'In the North Sea eaanoseires, nightat tacks and:all other war tactics are even more fconstangly pr...
GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
GAME. * e follovring galOn wa playtd iln tbh E iFer D. "Ji01« Clt.ampionwhip 1ttwO,-n 3.rt. (G. L.' I.-3 d A. U. ttlIjtt. (Xotes ItoI "Weitm- Wieekly tle rc."). Ilatck-G. Larid. Wit-il-. Ii. Glojn. .9-13 r -11 (C) 10-15 11-"- • h - 23-18 .15- !N-22 1B-Jl 1- I 4-9 (t 4-11. 1-16 19-21 c--10 18-15 (b) ,---1 21-20 10-!3 11-8 (t] 10-19 l-G (d) 1G-19 21--23 -1 21-15 25-22 O---G 23-3. -2- U1-18 &-10 7-10 (e) 1--11 4 lite xit 2!-15 22-13 2 0-16 S- (ai T1s appear to be weak. Autloritlics gite 5?1 12-16. Ia - 1-15 as the liot. the two Iortr Ibonag preferable. (b) White ihmcdioely takes adtralta and gets 3 (e) Thcr' .em o n eed for this excharc, 12-13. looking better. (d) T Il det-eolIopmOint latdos Ilotek in hopelos oloudloo . (c) BlacG' only lhope appear. to ., lty waoy ol 1.--, butt X 11 tlU idldilOU-d. oand 2-- ltooh 9gooJ° ,,A (f- Xeat and deci0ve.
BRITISH VERSUS GERMAN GUNMAKERS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
;:BlirrISH VERSUS GERMAN;'` i-:' GUNMAKERS -ibM~s This war ought amnong other things, to de side which is the beiter rysteut of manufactnr. ing big'lums. .In the British Navy they are manufactured on the. wire-wound system; which originated ::nl 1850 in America': although it. waris' ot' ittil 18'l92 tiliat the Arimstrong fi?:-. - after aprevious: trial, inade such a success with it as led to its-adution by the Governiment. In : :: Germany. the built-up principle is sti;i.favored. ::: The methiod. of winding.wire on to the barrel . of the gun gives bh:ter circumferential:strecnigth than can be obtained for the same weight .with hoops; w:hile the strain upon the 'wire, and : therefore the support to the barrel, can be e-7 gulated to the smailest extent. O tee othtr - hand, the .Germans claim that their system of : solid built g~mns makes for longitudinal or girder -:'. strength,: and. iesists the tendency to benl ?. Their guns are.made in sections or hoop, . which are blocked do welde...
BOOKS FOR CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
BOOKS FOR CHILDREN l1rom tMessrs. Ward. Lock and Co. we has. received two splendid books for chilrem "'Our Soldiers and Sailors.' which is full of interest ing information about the Army and Navy., and is liberally illustrated, will form a meagr.iincnt present at a time like this, when there is so much that the little ones want to know about our fighting forces. There are 22 colored plates and over ff1 illdstrations in the work. The pictures of warshlps and the different fighting units of ouir Army now at the front are well reproduced. and coverevery phase of the work now being done on the frontiers of the Em pire. The colored plates for the most part deal with great British -feats of arms, hut in cluded are plates giving in correct color the uniforms of famous British regiments, as well as Empire units, The other publication for the little, ones is the now famous "Wonder Book," which is just as entertaining as erer. Our 'copies come frem the poblishers.
Thrilling Story of a British Aerial Raid [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
Thllg Sto of& gritish Aerial Rai WhatIoseaoili the mosotdaring erial ra-id i the history of thie .irar-that mddie by three Brltlah airmen. Into rixsseldort., in.'Germany, somrne low veens ago.' iln whlch tent bombs were dropped on the heds: in which-were housed~ GerOman alrshlpa--is toll- by, the :editor: ef t?o""Aeroplaneo in a irecent Issue. of the "Daily Express."' The wlotdr states : The thred ofitcers-told, olf :for tlho. Jobwer-e *P-quadron-Commander Spenser .t Grey. Fllght Lieutenant Marl. and Fllght-Lieutenant Slppo. -On the Wednesday eveing. :deomparied by - - erlad of- marine'san"d alr-mochanlc g to .looh atter the 'mnaclilnes, they went off to the Bel :glan Flyllig Corps ground to: thi easet of nt". -werp. Whesn they arrived there.they 'ound. that the German heavy guns were nlready ast " worh, and were actually- firing over.tho nero drome' at- 'tieo "drta b'hehlnd" so that'they had to land practecally under fire. At that time, how ever, the guns were not-troubllng...
Why the Allied Line in France Does Not Waver [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
yi s it cE·e4 e e i.. What are, the oues and ieans of providing artificlal cover mand protectionfor the fighting lines of an armty P This is the question that the following article and illustrations wilt endeavor-to answer n. a marthe' that. should be readily comprehended by-the ordinary n?-oimiitarytj ad.i.r. r -ad - Fortifications mauty, ie roiighly divided into two classes-~ermneanentand- field. Of the for mer there has already '.leeni 'said mcliin~'pre vions issnes-and it is therefore of field: forsfi? cations thatn most- will be- said. The f.orner css are such as are- fouind about certaipiuInts of strategic lemipdrtanei- around the capitalof- a - , .qointry,- for- inta_ nce .or a.ouud bhorder."and.: (muid tter towRns: whose- topographi~cal situiationl w 7 T isARDOuBT; LOOKS LIKE. S: The main illustration here showsdithe typp of fieldicasements and bob-]proofi.'-hb ' :h " small insets indicate the moreno:r. sual types of obsta?cleos. employed in the defen_ of redoubts. The arrow...
The Development of the Teachings of Nietzsche [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
The Developo entofte:seac s f Nietzsche The moral decadelicen of Germany, which` has made it.a menace to the rest.of Europe, may be traced tb .the teachings of Nletzsche. "Nietzsech's teaching ins ntterly damnable, and the fact that he himsel! recognlsed that Chris-. tianlty was the great enemy of his gospel is its sufllcfient condemnation.~ Bult there- i an elevation and a cold, deached dignity In Nletzsche that is eertanly absent from the mnon who have popularlsed his doctrines and fro?ni the men who have put them into practice. Bernhardl paraphrased Nleteache for the or 'dinary Germans, leaving out its anti-national ism and Ignoring his anti-Christianity. Treit aschke, the recognised prophet of modein Ger-j many,'for whom Nletzsche had a whole-hearted contempt as boledly borrowed his ideas without - acknowledgment. " .. - Treitschke was a remarkable person. He was i Saxon, but in his early manhood he became convinced thaat l tIi'ton.could onl- come from .JACK -BOOW OF THE PRUSSIA...
The Naval Side of the World Wide Struggle GERMAN CLAIM OF UNDER WATER SUPERIORITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
me NavaSideof te worl idesrge By " R.N.R." GERMAN CLAIM OF UNDER WATER SUPERIORITY. . The claim of under water supeiriority mad by the eiemy would appear to.be so inuch hot air. It is quite possible: that the.number of German submarincs far exceeds that provided ior in the original estanatm,-but it would be .beyond the powerrdi. Krupps to construct so r.any vessels of this tjpe.as .would.give enemy an advaet?,ge.over even the nriginal Bn. • : tbh: estimat.- Even ifisuch were.the case, the Germans mtst not '-run away with the idea that our own original.estimates have not been extended;. As we pointegd outbefore, the whole oL oir shipbuilding yards are working ts had as possible, and we' can remain confident in the knowledge that as in the case of the Dread Snoughlts our nume?ic?l superiority rin'sub marines is advancing at a much more -rapid rate than the enemy' s.
Soldier Tells of a Rush into the Jaws of Death [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
Soldi Ter -l TOfa Rush ite-o aws ofDea One of the most thrilling accounts of the fighting Id the advance to tie liie of the ??ine that has'yt' beenf received ba? hseen written by Sergeant O. W. jachisozi. -* The sergeani-,-who was'promoted from cor pnralduring the lobg- iatiiaehlad haiidreadthi escapes in engagements in which. the regiment uiffered terrbly, but he lived to lead aiabnet charge after many omrers had blen inmapacl toted. He is now in hospital in France, esi lering fromre "an old complaint." I He writes i: - I have been in four engagementa-one was ai 'days 'and nightsl-but amnot wounde d.I have h~adnam miracuba escapee,· my path b 'log blowf elf my back . " ;. ..,.... " . h ave been made sergeant, -ut wan broueat _to hospital before-it'camao out in battallon .orders. so I sill coall H?ysif y corporal imtil they notifSyme; , i had a paekful of German curio--ofleer'a helmet and revolv·er, badges," eta., and alao relies of my own idt thuit saved;mcy life, an? now I bave.lo...