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How Germany will Keep the Rhine and the Meuse [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

How nerany eed tR 'n.e ese When the Germans ar driven out of France, and Belgium the real tug-of-war will com mence. -We have heard, that they are feverishly strengthening the--Rhine fortresses, and .it is important that we should' realise what a formidable barrier this is. Behind the fortresses of the Meuse the Ger man defensive must rest upon the fortresses of the Rhine, which compose the real fortified frontier of the German Empire. These fort resses, which are of modern -construction, al though they occupy positions traditional in European warfare, lie in two groups. An.ad-. vanced group lies in. Lorraine . upon the Mosele -between Metz andc Thionville,- and the princital group is aligned ?long the course of the Rhine from Switzerland to the Dutch frontier. VWhen the fortress-engineer ap-t proaches the problem of; fortifying the iine of ariver, he selectsfor protection-.anumber of points.of militay value, which derive that value from the presence of junctions of eril ways or wat...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAVED BY CRUCIFIX HIDDEN IN HAVERSACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

SAVED x CRUCIFIx HIDDEN Ilf ISAVERSACK. Saved from death on the battleheld by- a crucifir! That was the -wonderful -asperiece f f a young lance-corporal of the Kings Royal' hides, who is noemin London recovering irom a wound received almost at the very begin ning of the war.-- But for the crucifix, which. hiddei in his haversack, .diverted--a Geana -. bullet, h-eprobably would not'bc-hive to-day; 'and the shattered symboP which. he acquired; as it seeinmed at the time, by'mere chance, is igoi onie of his most cherished possessions.; .- found thi~crucifix in a deerted-and prac-.-, h#ically empty. house u in 'hicH we were billete'. for a night at the' beginnig. oUth.'canmpafgn," . . he said: to a" Press. representative. Some?--..-: thing-'made me pick'up the crucifix just- as' a. _ . souvenir of the place. I ,put it us my _haver sack, andti'oucghteno- meaornt it.- The ner " ?' day was. fearful. We were outnumbered and?d, retreating: and-the -Germans' shrapnc fire twasn mrurderous. .He...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOVE ALL, A BELGIAN BRAVE KING'S REPLY TO KAISER [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

ABOVE ALL, A BELGIAN BRAVE KING'S REPLY. TQ KAISER.' .The London "Daily IfSailo diplomatic car respondent. describing the famous interview bo. tween thie Kaiser and King Albert of. Belgiop, details of which were given by M. Cambon.?j the -Yellow Book published a few days-ago0 tate.s that. the Kaiser finally said to King AIl bert :. "Some ?day you will reimember you- are. a Coburg." ,?'. . ". Kin Albiertre e ed h 'Chetainly.: I am aIso ant i0 lcan?b uit above ?o l l be an. leutemiaap 'Sc`ldlio who' `smd away with' 'a. subriych beitaging to Ifsli /atf other d sla - nosr dtiaust r aoienioio 't h navy $ut tho attllicdi'bf'the Frirnll Q6,irment N m'p eucol rdgfdg. 'Re `has bddoih e!z 'popular . 'hut iWh.}ed'r~tuiorotod liningft' will 11,·be sarily' obl± to' a.talt `In' ildlfdtýe e dbI i te elua'a_ to hls' ultlmato' fat. • . . . . . . . . , . . ,

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW THE FUND STANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

.HOWTHE FUND STANDS. "Thn eferee?". "' e Sunday T smes - : aid "The Globe' ProprIetorse.. .. 20 000 0 Previoully.acmir noved : e . ;..a... ak95n 1. " -E.A.G (nd-- weekly - iurts.) TLAC.o Annondale. -. ........1 -0" Mrs.a. Harris, "Inglebrae, ..Roaselnle 20 0" . N.S.W? - Railway Gas Employees (lst ... instalment) . . . 8 0-. Immaterial': .0 Herbert NLcs e. . Leli Grace IL Lesale . . .. . 1 0 T. A:L Rchaird, "Hethcrdene., Coogee 5 0 3..G. Dalley .... ... .- . - 0 20 W.VP.?. Windsor-'- ..'; 1 0: Prom K' and KR... : . 0 A Sympathiser.,Cedaville ... .. .? 2 0 JV.Y K. D. Brlggo. Drunim yno:.. ... 6' 0 State ohldres'? ellerr n?. ..-'C..r. 10ei 0. IQ.A.G. (rdElweekl?lInstalment) ;.-,. 0 , Moore Park Destructors Constructore SLst donioon, per H. A. Sharp) .. .- :-i': "Mac," (weekly-cont) .. . . -0 H. A. Jacksobn. Canterbury. .... 3--0 A Sympathlaer, Klhgaville .. .. . g - 0. Frank. Hawesr (wbekly o) .. ..) 10 0 N. -end R.B.,- Summer, Hill (weekly - coont)... . Miother and Dick, Chatewood .. ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Possibility of a British Naval Failure [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

e°ossibity of a ritisl aval Failure Park Benjamin, whom the.New York-"Inde pendent" claim as their naval expert, is worried about the possibility of a British naval failure. He thinks our seamen are not what they were. :He claims that naval work is 'mch~inical.work, - -and:that'ithe.Gerans are- just-as good engi eCers as .we :are. Here are his views on-the subject :- .- . :. - - "There is a note of almost complacent opti .mism in the outgivings of the British journals concerning the future prowess of the fleet. 'That it willt crush the German armada is treated as a foregone conclusion; and there is even a growing restiveness at the. delay in _ieginning the c.-uhsbng operations, which-has: fount expression in Mr. Winston "Churchill's gasconade abouit .diggihg the-Teutons out like rats.' NJ'vertel4ss, there are some peoplewho , (having no fea; of interrupted food 'outes and nverhanging, epplins) -are 'noh so-sure -that " the task .o€;c~earing~th 'Germaiiieistid North A?iwill be.altogb...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
France Praises Australia for her Liberality to Soldiers BIARRITZ, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

rane Praises Aus alia for her Liberal tyto Soldiers By Madge Donohou BIARRITZ, October 22. It is surrigsing what a large amount of spare the French. newspapers manage to devote in these days-to the doings of Anstralia. As pos sibly-I- have alieady told you,.the regulation war size of our dailies is one single sheet, and that sheet of soch small dimensions- as to 'be capable of containing only what the "Sunday -Times" puts .into its ordinary page of news. "Nevertheless,- scarcely a day passes without a long paragraph about-the liberality of yol mll l?ionaires la-bas on the other -side of the globe, and flattering allusions-most gratifying read -'ing to an Australian, such asI at;?away-_ro.s 'at aiotheratiniesi accointnf tIe concert give( .b. Melba in- Syidn oii ?ade 'of the -War [und, and flieinmanello"spnti ces re-ilisedat the suib Sshuent-auicion ("Ofetlfousand francsm for' a little-Jaipanese flagIE'.a:4ench oman 'quoted: td ie':in awe-etruck accenthL ) ; Or again; thes recital :of...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIRELESS DISTRESS SIGNALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

WIRELESS DISTRESS SIGNALS: The report that the Germans have adopted a trick of trapping our merchant vessels by means of distress signals, if true, is dastardly, but it does not seem to sound right When it-is re membered'that the whole aocans are entircled by wireless from our atrolling ships, any neesj: sages·of distress "sent out by the'enemy's mer chantment would' be'ihtercepted. 'One result of .such a trick would be to bring a crop. oii hostile cruisers dowih.tpon the offender'...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CARE OF THE WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

THE CARE OF THE WOUNDED. A grim feature of therafter-effects 'of the en gagement between -the Sydney and the. Emden was the difficulty of dealing with the woutded, and it- is a matter for consolation that it is only possible for such a state of things to occur in isolated instances such as this one., In an action which neay be fought in either the, Me diterranean or the North Sea, the fleets .hve special hospital. ships fitted " with the latest. appliances, and. well upplied with medical men and sick. berth staffs. Either :of these: localities, too, would make the 'landing" of'-"wounded mulch easier. The ships themselves also have an elnormous ipace below the water line allotted as Ssik- qurters during action, though theostaff of deictors carried by the ships i.i?ither inadequate' to deal with a large number of. wounded. The climatic- conditions. obtaining- in the waters where' the Emden met her-fain are such as sot to warrant having sick tmen on' deck, because of the heat, as-was t...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICE-ADMIRAL SIR FREDERICK STURDEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

VICE-ADMIRAL SIIR FREDERICK SSURDEE.' .. This capable and easy-going officer Is of the "Charlie Beresford" type. On varioius occa sions (one as Chief oi'.Staff). he has r?evcd under. Lord Charles. When "Jacky" Fisher was in command of the Medi:erranean-Fleet, with Lord Charles-as his-seasnd in.command. these two were always eexrciaing tactics against each other, and "Charlie" often came out on top,. so that it is not surpriing that Lord Fisher (who would- be the first to admit being beaten by ..uperior tactics) should have" Sgiven an Officer of -'Charlie's" school-an imn-` portant. commanonanloaot. As . an officer. Cap tain Sturdee is .oni who, having had: -to fighthis wy. up by sheer merit, recognises-tha. among the.lowerratings every encosragewenc should be given to any man who wishes to'gain Hiher ratig by hard "'plugging 'and as the' 'i?cers' under his command.ate well aware of. this, the fact of.being-nad a warrant or'petty offSicer whilo:in- his cship is:to know. that the pers...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HELIGOLAND DESPATCHE [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

HELIGOLAND DESPATrHE How nkiceli theM 'paona for the ,Heligoland said were? lail ha "been discloed- in th, dif frefrct.despatches from .the severel command ing officers. They also show how. very near they were to ?ecoming undone owing to. the id "clemency-of the-weather, wvhich made-?he-lo= cation of thel smaller craft- by lthe ibattle cruiser squadrou rather difficult. One cannot bnu admire the splendid "fighta"put up 'by then enemy up to their arrival" Bu it twould ap- i pear that' the manoueuringeot'Gur' bo'ats ."wan mor skidlful than theirs,-:more especially" so after the Aiethis'a' speed was forcibly-re duced. .In the offcial-reports. too, in addition to Individual wb-rks o merit -whiic'-have re ceived special m-nention, -the handiness of the nren as a :whole is easily;discerned. -'Fo-in stnce, we read that at 8.30 all the- guns- in the Arethusa -excepting 'one 6-inch-was: cia alted, and in less, than an-hour and a-half the whole were again:ini workingorder. How they were disab...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IS THE MINE DANGER LESSENING? [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

IS THE MINE DANGER LESENING ? wof the German preconceived scheme, but they mo? t be very disappointed inits utter' failure. Ii was only to :be expected in the early days ofi the war thatr innocent ships should -meet their doom-by these mners. In'-only one in? stance, however, did this barbaric method of warfare serve the, purpose` for. which it? 'Was.intcnded 'against cur fighting 'ships. As t'me wears on, thougheldetails of mine dilins ter are getting scarcer, and the.question.natio Nrally arises,-is the danger lessening ?.. In m .opinion the answer is.decidedly yea. My re; suns as :.That thistiethod, beingth'primary idea" of warfare, -the.: Germans would haves manufactured wht . they considered a." snufficient .,'quantity. ..of mines" before they eommenced hostilities, atnd at qnew launched as manp.yas,possible in th shortest space of tme.: As their explosives factories are doubtless being kept .working at top speedifn. the provision:ol, other form of ammuiition, -th ,manufacture ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HARD WEATHER FOR PATROLLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

HARD WEATHER ,-O.-?iATROLLING: In' carrying outt patrol :dutias. it niest :be. remembered that each ship has what may be. called its own distrlict to covers-. At one 0o=0 merut these vestls nre going in the. teeth of a - gale'-and the next'drifting hback again to the? position from? ?hichtlhey, rommenceiL Although the uelessness of "submarins in ha'd weather .causes a certain'amountot reliaxation on hoard the patrol ships, the-'dcstroyers of the-presenlt period are quite seaworthy enough'to- carry,: -uoat 'an attackin practically any.kind of wea-' the; and .to carry it out succesotafully. too; anll'then-same. it would he unsafe to withdraw .any- vesosels from patirol :duties. However,'-as .I'have pointed oit Lefore, manoeuivres are al?' 'woys carried out regardless of weather ?cond~i tions, so that- during: the 'unisually, severe weather reported last week in.'the North Sea'. it,;was not surprising , thait we should ircei?? glowing tributes .of, our. officers- in. handling their shi...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Four Armored Cruisers. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

Four -Armored Cruisers-The Arethusa, An rora, Galatea, and Undaunted. These vessels displace 3750 tons, 'have aspeed of twenty nine knots, and each mounts two 6in and eight Ain guns - - ' - Three Armored Gmnoats, or. Monitors. -Humber, Miersey. and Severn. These vessels were purchased- from the Brazilian Government on-the outbreak- of war. : They. represent a type unique in the Royal Navy. Displacing 1260 tons, these gunboats can steaar at-eleven and a half-knots.---.They, are designed to ope rate? in shallow water, and drayw only Sift. at full load. The: armament of each. vessel con= sists of twol'in guns, two-4.7in howitzers, and fouro3prs. .' - Two -' Flotilla ? Leaders-The - Broke and Faulknor.-These :very big destroyeas have-a displacement of 160) tons, a- speed' of -thirty one knots, and carry six 4in guns in addition to three torpedo tubes:- - Eight Large 'Detroyera-The.Lance, Lave rock, Leonidas, Look-outn Lucifer, Meteor, I inos, and. Miranda. - The vessels of the "L" class...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH NAVAL REINFORCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

BRITISH. NAVAL. R~NFORCEMENTS. The, following list; of.ships commissioned since warbegan was .published-in the Londor. "Daily Telegraph" on October. 21,- 1914 : Four Battleships of the "Dreadnought".Type. -The -Agincourt (of 27,500 tons) :the 'Benbow (of 25,000 tons) the Emperor of India (of 25,000. tons),. and the Erin (of 23,000 tons). Thes?e' vessels= embody all.the latest oscnsive aendil defensive powers., ..They. moatt 'thirty 135n guns;'throwing a 1400mb prjcctile, foer teen 12lin guns.-using' aii?0S01b prsojetttie, 'an siity 6in ?uns.-with a Dll0b-shell .-:. . ',One -Batle-Cruiser of "the "Dretdnought' Type. Tle Tiger. 'This vessel of. 28,0 tons, `carrle eight. 13;5 and. twelve Sin guns. '"ainkxaising the 'aggregate number 'of! nesw bnattle-gm toi fiftty-v, with eevys-4our" 0?n gone.-" - " . .. ._ -. - '.. . . . . .

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOWITZERS AFLOAT [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

HOWITZERS AFLOAT.;' The possibility of the Germans' mounting some of their howitzers and ,iege gins- on1 board" their battleships has been under discus. sion-in. IEngland recently. 'There seems little Iicelihood _of anything of. the hind. being at tempted (says the .'Army and- Navy Gazette'), and certainly not on the scalelwhich some people have suggested. 1 In war. it may, -be said that all things are possible and. o doubt there are a few vessels in the German -Navy which could be fitfed to mount a: eiege-gounor howitzer' of large calibre- - They would' re seible the' bbmb ketches, of sailing-ship' days. It is another thing; lowever. for the Germans to be able to fit out-a io.ge number of such craft,-nd. even'; f therm were ?mrany of'-thins they could, not: be ditcut-to- deafl :with. - To take the- naval guns-out" of' -.theirbattleships and replarcethem with siege-guns isaout of the question.. In the first place,- it-ris.lardly-pos sible that thera?are enough siege guns'for the pur...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEFENCE FOR HARBOR ENTRANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

PLEFENCEr FOR HIIARBOR ENTRANCES _ There seem~ to b a niumber of thieeories as ;to how theientorances to harbors are protected. I.i.garrisoned .hirbois which are fitted with -boom defences' the Jtter.will- naturally be erm •ployed. They conisst of large booms spiked inoall directins .with '18-inch. spikes; from which nets are sitsivended?-similar .to torpedo. nets and-chaips. :.Thin method,-completely blocks the entrance to any.harb-;. and render: it impiacticable for any. vesso. above or. under water to enter,-even if they''succeed in passing the outer mnine defences. At-the present time, perhaps;'wc areemore directly, concerned with uauiliary 'defedces 'which- could- bc ermployed where the'entrance to the .iarbor was too large for oirdinary boom defences. It would-be more "iansliklely-that It ;woud :be behind, such de: fences that our fleet would be :lying, as. few harbors on the- -st coast of Britain are.fitted Swith boom defenaces. Theeouter defeceso-would consist -of destroyer ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hope to Make an Ally of France LONDON, Oct. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

p akan Ally Thhat Gerany'anltiaame-hope. is .toha.bvde -u iancc _ as .an "ally t wairing against 'Great BritaIn is the declaration oftbhe :Berlin-corres pondent of-the. "Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Con rant," Eolland' leading paper. le asisrts that -since 1870 Sthe German's dnflentce-iun the infallibility of- the generiral sitaff offils army hasbeenas firn asa rocl., This, he.says, gave'the people,, stne the pre sent war-began, strong self-confidence,-whichi has been very- good for their terves: -Anxiety about the result has not got the upper-hand for a moment,'and the people are waiting for'vic tosy with a calmnesas whith b might satisfy even -an Englisainian of the genrnei Mnd. -.The overwhelming series ifireports of vic tortes," he says,. has not drawn forth any det "mOnstrations of importance, and even less does .theidea /that they might be pirchased at thhe price; of terrible uffering makeo aiy-possible impression. Even victory In sorely tried East Prnsiia: which' .was' greeted by, Go...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
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An Interior View of the British News Filter [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

Ieri -Viewft. e rit ewss £ilr :-, _ P~ v_ s ,F ie On tho rig mhndf a lde' of Ghaing Croe , ing. toSarns Weninster theo e are am e. .a hop-wind .- et.eena-tb> ot.t o ot thesu there is a door: vhDh. oa never clesed-. lpooL it a salsconawer haa s p~ait thIs -ineeripion; raamilty and.Was :Ofcice itowBareas." - b shy-wlsdos "aroe- Bnrm a ed?-by - blackened -oodwork at Georgian times relieved by- flat -apperanee rof tba-hsstflrset-Op Government" oepartment from wahch Mr. Churchill s??i there would proceed a teoady stream of ?l? ael ant rolatbleoinaomatlon.o . u As-body may look atihe ouitside of the O11 cla-Nolwn Bureau (says ~`T.P.' Weakly). -Few? are pr.vileged to entepthOe building. There is no Igovernment department more rigorously goarde fagai st intrusloa `.esides iLd.e FE. H Smitl (now -resigned): the ofmcial 'censor. and. his staff and- representatives of the Press. mone ia allowed' to ester. ?And whatr is thes reiisn-Loi this-exclusion of all but the chosen "fnt r Whiat Is the...

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