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A cheerful (>) group from the German delegation at Versailles: Herr Leinert, President of the Prvasil
Carl Melchior, financial expert; Herr Geisberts, Minister of Posts; Count Brockdorff-Rantzau, Foreign |
of the delegation; Dr. Landsberg, Minister of Justice; Professor Schucking? authority on international law 1
\ The vast demonstration in London which greeted Harry Hawker (upper insert) and Macken
l zie Grieve (lower insert), driving through the s'.reets to the music of the Australian band after
I their rescue at sea. (Left)?Mrs. Hawker and Miss Pamela have a private celebration of their
own, waving the Union Jack, after receiving the good news of Hawker's safety. (Bclorp, left)
??The remains of the Sopwith 'plane in which Hawker and Grieve made their gallant attempt
to fly the Atlantic, salvaged by the U. S. S. Lake Charlottesville.
The crew of the navy's submanne chaser1
fire department of the waterfront at the
U. S. Embarkation Camp at Brest, which
has saved Uncle Sam many a costly fire
among the wharves and the army warer
houses. /? i' s
Sergt. Alvin York, greatest of Yank heroes, greets
his mother at their mountain home in Tennessee.
Many notables attended Sergt. York's recent mar?
riage to his boyhood sweetheart. vndcrtoooi
is to be i
An old and ragged woman at Pirot, Serbia, sur?
vivor of the hardships of the war, receives her
allowance of rice from the American Red Cross?
the only barrier between her and starvation. ? /. s
Armenian women in an American rew
victims of the Turk's baibarity.
branding?the Turk's sign of ownersri
(Left)?The NC-4 in the quaint Portuguese
harbor of Lisbon after her successful trans?
atlantic flight, taking on supplies from the navy
mother ship Shawmut before the final leg of
her aerial voyage to Plymouth, England.
f\ unique open au garage un mv iv?. - ..^
story building, to which ice wagons ^ JT
in elevators for overnight, after the day * f0^
of delivering frozen chunks of winter to
York's apartment houses. i
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