The War Illustrated, The Story of the Great European War, Volume IX, The Fourth Year 1917-1918

T A B L E OF C O N T E N T S -continued ¦9 h A The Fourth Year, 1917-18 PAGE British Soldiers on Leave Boat ...... 2801 The Burning Wreck of a German Aeroplane. . . . 2802 British Anti-Aircraft Guns In A c t io n ............................................ 2893 Spike-Proof Canadians............................................................................ 2894 Captured German Machine-Gun Emplacement . . . 2896 Wounded German in Machine-Gun Lair .... 2897 A Barrel-Borne F o o tbrid g e..................................................................2800 I hirci Battle of Ypres Britons Go Forward in the Battle of Flanders . . . 2008 Thrilling Scenes in the Third Battle of Ypres . . . 2000 “ Billets ” in Belgium : Barely Better Than None . . 2010 Vestiges of the Vandals Flying from Vengeance . . . 2011 Going Forward to the Firing-Line in Flanders . . . 2012 ITun Positions Beyond W hich the Line Advanced. . . 2013 Gallantry of the Guards at Poelcappelle .... 2914 M ight and Mercy Marching on the Menin Bond . . . 2015 Bridging the Ysor, and Well Away Beyond Ypres . . 2010 Forcing the Foe Eastward Through l'landers . . . 2017 Fine Flower of Valour in the Swamps of Flanders . . 2018 Moral Beats Mud Upon the Road to Broodseinde. . . 2010 How British Trooiw Stormed the Westhock Ridgo . . 2021 Victors and Vanquished in the Battle of the Ridges . . 2022 British Guns and Grit. Get Forward in Flanders . . . 2023 Through the Sloughs to Passchendaele........................................... 2024 P E R S O N A L IA OF T H E G REA T W A R — G E N E R A L SIB H E N R Y H . W ILS O N , K .C .B ..................................................... 2025 The Battle of Cambrai H .M . Landslips Outdo Hannibal's Elephants . . . 2020 Triumph of the Tanks in the Assault on Cambrai . . 2030 Arid Ruins and Green Ram parts in the Trail of War . . 2031 Delivered A t Last, from Long Tribulation .... 2032 Where tho Tanks W ent Forward towards Cambrai . . 2033 English County Troops W ho W ould N ot be Denied . . 2034 Inspiriting Incidents in the Cambrai Conflict . . . 2035 Heroes Who Held Up tho Onrush of the Huns . . . 2036 Gallantry at Guislain and Mercy at Masnieres . . . 2037 Victors and Vanquished from the Combat at Cambral . . 2038 Green and Orange Bravo it w ith Red, W hite and Blue . 2030 General Byng’s Great Battle for Bourlon Wood . . . 2040 Booty of the “ Bonnets” on the W ay to Bourlon . . 2041 Smashing the Hindcnburg Line at Cambrai .... 2042 The Mighty Battle for Amiens The Reserves Go Forward to the Battle .... 2040 Khaki and Horizon Blue as Foils to Field Grey . . . 2047 Dam m ing the First Flood of the H un Offensive . . . 2040 Hindering the Massed Offensive of Hindenburg . . . 2050 Where the Enemy was Encountered in the Oi^cn . . . 2051 Heroes W ho K ept the German Hordes At Bay . . . 2952 Men W ho K ept their Spirit and the Line Unbroken . . 2054 British and French Undivided and Undaunted . . . 2055 Parrying the Germans’ Most Stupendous Blow . . . 2950 Stopping the Swing of the H un Sledge-Hammer . . . 2057 Deeds of Great Daring that Averted Disaster . . . 2050 Boches Glad to be O ut of the Great Battle. . . . 2060 Whippets W ith W hich Nemes!s W ent Out Coursing . . 2061 King George W ith His Armies that Held the Huns . . 2062 The Fight for the Channel Ports Hell-Fire Corner.................................................................. Heroes W ho Met the Onslaught of the Offensive . Guns th at Fended tho Foe from the Channel S.ilving Holy Objects from the Sacrilegious H u n . British Outposts In the German Offensive . Fighting in tho Open on the Western Front Staying the Avalancho of Massed German Might- . Where the H un was Held and then Driven Back. P E R S O N A L IA O F T H K G R E A T W A R — T H E RT . H O N V ISCOU N T M IL N E R , G.C.B., G.C.M.G. Sons of Empire in the War Canadians in Contrast, with their H un Captures . Maple-Leaf Heroes W ho Held the Line at Lens . Spades and Clubs in W inning Hands in the West. R uin Wrought and Suffered by the H un Scenes After Victory Near the Hindenburg Line . Horsemen from Afar in the Saddle for Action Men of the Maple-Leaf R eady to Meet the Foe . Canadian Mobile Guns R eap Fame in Franco Gallant Charge of the Fort Garry Horse Australian Heroes of the Flanders Heights . Advanco, Australia I on the Ypres Battle Front . Magnificent Men from the Dauntless Dominions . Stemming tho Teuton Torrent M aking lor the Sea More Prized Positions Wrested from the Foe Britain’s Empire Effectives— and an Enem y “ D ud ’ Artillery that Aided the Australians' Advance Glimpses Through the Gateway to the Battlefield For the Glory of France Leaders of the Allies’ Linked Line in Flanders . On the French Front from Flanders to the Alsne ** Pill-Boxes ** and Gun-Posts that the Germans Lost Courage and Faith in France and Flanders . General Maistre’s Masterstroke at Malmaison French Generals W ho Stayed the German Attack M angin— Victor at Verdun and Master on the Marne French Infantry Advance in Battle Form ation Firing-Line and Supports Take a German Trench Steady and Courageous in the Supreme Crisis Three-Minute R aid by the French in Champagne. British Valour that Helped to Save Rhcim s Calm After Storm in Troubled Chateau-Thlerry . Hags of Enslaved Peoples F launt Free Anew British Gallantry Praised bv Grateful France Happy Heirs to the Future of F air France . On the Italian Front Austrians Dance to the “ M andolinisti M Tuno Pouring Help Into Italy in H er H our of Peril Men and Incidents on Ita ly ’s M ountain Fronts . Ita ly ’s Ram part of Rocks and Iron W ill— . — Against W hich Austria Advanced In Vain Arresting A ttlla’s Advance to the Adriatic . Coolness and Courage of Comrades In Arms Ready to Reckon w ith the Invaders of Italy Comrades In Arms Holding Converse Together . Where the Allies Aided the Intrepid Italians Intrepid Allies W ho W ent to Ita ly ’s Aid Pushing Back the Austrians Across the Plavo Under the Union Jack Among the Aslago Uplands P E R S O N A L IA O F T H E G R E A T W A R — LTEUT.-GEN E A R L OF CAVAN, K .P., K .C .B .. T ill tac.f. 2080 2081 2082 2083 2084 2086 2087 2988 2980 2000 2001 2002 2093 2001 2005 2007 2908 3000 3001 3002 3003 3004 3005 3000 3008 3000 3010 3011 3012 3013 3014 3015 3016 3019 3020 3021 3022 3023 302 4 3020 3027 3028 3029 8080 3031 3032 3033 2966 2967 2963 2969 2970 2971 2073 2074 2975 2078 Canadian Heroes W ho Captured H ill 70 . . . Canadians’ Care for their Equine W o u n d e d ....................................................... 2979 The Americans on Land and Sea Enemy Aircraft Sighted ^ 3035 America's Advance Arm y Nearing the Trenches . . *. 3036 Early Arrivals from America In Action Abroad . . . 3037 U.S. Troops in their French Training Cam p. . . . 3038 America’s Ardour A t Home, Abroad and Afloat . . . 3039 U.S. Troops Flowing Forward to the Front— . . . 3040 — Attain a Trium ph In Action a t Catigny .... 3041 American Engineers A id the British Guards . . . 3042 Men of America’s Arm y Try O n Teuton Armour. . . 3043 French Honours for American Fighting Heroes . . . 3044 American Soldiers Enter Sternly In to Action . . . 3045 America Prepared and Resourceful In tho W ar Zone . . 3046 German Ships Used by U nited States Soldiers . . . 3047 American Ingenuity Applied to M any W ar Ends . . . 3048 America’s Advent Brings New Hoi>e to Alsace . . .3019 America’s Activity on French Fighting F ront . . . 3050 Prussian Vainglory Abated by American Valour . . . 3051 U.S. Energy In the Battle-Line and Behind I t . . 3052 Progress in Mesopotamia Activity and M ethod in the Mesopotamian Advance . . 3054 W ith General Marshall's Men in Mesopotamia . . . 3055 Echoes from Eastern Whispering Galleries .... 3050 W ith Marshall's Troops Marching Towards Mosul ....... 3057
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