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MOONLIGHT RAID BY THE ENEMY.

MOONLIGHT RAID BY THE ENEMY.

Fugitives Blown Away Like Chaff Before the Wind.
6 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
A MURDEROUS FIRE.

A MURDEROUS FIRE.

' Then, as if by magic, two British machine guns in command of an officer. wit ii a dozen men, swing iuto the road. A sharp order, and the machine guns and rifle, blaze at short range into the Germans. The head of the German column disappears in the dust of the road. The main bo
6 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Achievement.

Achievement.

the Eases join Arm/. oafs . England's safety that t drives of France lordahip asks, " Whet and grandchildren iv hold t., thl - Iron% Daily " be .. are copyright*d in flu, hi s • v... .x i , ' states of y anbrica by tbbo Now dren a ou jeare to if out ' Daily Mail " Cable. Friday.
6 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
JAPAN'S SHARE.

JAPAN'S SHARE.

Saturday. The special session of the Diet opened today. Count Okuma. the Premier. said the Army and Navy were doing their full duty. He asked the Diet to pass the extraordinary Budget framed in connection with the war. Baron Kato, the Minister of Fore4gn Affairs, paid a tribute
6 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Our Troops.

Our Troops.

232 Hospitals Ready to Receive So great was the surprise sprung upon some wounded British soldiers who suddenly found the King and Queen standing in their midst watching them when, intent on " doing something to help:' they were sweeping out one of the wards in the London Hospit
6 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 

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6 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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6 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
PARIS DURING THE WINETRADECENTRE SIEGE OF 1870-71. AS WAR CAPITAL German Triumph After Four Months' Investment.

PARIS DURING THE WINETRADECENTRE SIEGE OF 1870-71. AS WAR CAPITAL German Triumph After Four Months' Investment.

TRlast great siege of Paris began on September 19, 1870, a little over a fortnight after the Battle of Sedan which ended in the surrender of Field- Marshal MacMahon and the Emperor Napoleon 111, with an army of 81,000 officers and men. Two days after this surrender the French .E
6 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
CUTTING OFF SUPPLY OF PRUSSIAN HORSES.

CUTTING OFF SUPPLY OF PRUSSIAN HORSES.

East Prussia, the province now being by Russia. is almost exactly as WS* as the whole of Switseiland. It is c..n-aiderably larger than Holland and considerably larger tlian Belgium, and it is nearly are. times as large as Alsace-Lorraine. it is inhabited by more than two million
6 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
AMENS CAPITULATES TO THE GERMANS. Another Bloodless Victory Falls to the Enemy. ON TO PARIS.

AMENS CAPITULATES TO THE GERMANS. Another Bloodless Victory Falls to the Enemy. ON TO PARIS.

Following closely on the news of the battle of Bapaume there came news of the fall of La Fere and the capitulation of • Amiens. Things were now moving quickly. There was no doubt about it—Amiens, with its magnificent Gothic cathedral and priceless art treasures, was in the hands
6 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England