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THE. GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1916,
THE LATEST NEWS PICTURES
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The magnificent organization of the German nrmv keeps the nun well fed in all kinds of weather.
The picture shows some of them being fed with hot food at a field kitchen on the eastern front.
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AUSTRIAN TROOPS IN A GROTTO.
Many of the Austrian troops are placed in grottos and crevices in the mountain sides. This on
has been provided with a barricade in the front and the soldiers fire down on the approaching Italians
This position can be hrld with comparatively few men and the loss inflicted on the attacking party i)
Senegaiese troops before the railroad station at San Stafano, Alexandria, Egypt. In the back
ground is a red cresent train which has just brought in wounded Indians from Flanders.
Anticipating that Germany's next great drive will be into Egypt, with the captuie of the Suez
Canal as the objective point of the Kaiser's forces; Great Britain is concentrating men. ammunition, food
pnd supplies to block such a possibility.
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CAI'TURKD P.KITIS1I LINER AI'I'AM STKAMIX(! INTO NORFOLK WITH GERMAN FLAG FLY
ING AT STERN.
This interesting photograph shows the British passenger liner Appam as she looked-when &he stiil
ed into Hampton Roads, Va., Feb. 1st. The ship is flying the German naval ensign
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GENERAL WILLIAM CROZ
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In his recent testimonial before
the House Committee on Military
Affairs, General Crozier dealt a
' hard -blow to the plan of many
Congressmen for exclusive govern
ment manufacture of munitions.
He says that to build factories that
could supply the arms needed un
der the new army plan would cost
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HON. JAMES R. MANN OF IL
LINOIS, LEADER OF THE RE
PUBLICANS IN THE 1IOI SE OF
ONE OF THE LATEST WEAPONS OF THE FRENCH ARMY.
The calibre of this immense gun is 176 tuilimeters and the projectile weighs 800 pounds.