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ENGLISH TROOPS HEADED FOR THE SCENE OF WAR
Above. Engl lab soldiers entering a railway station in London to take trains for Lover, where the> embarked ■or the scene of warfare on the continent. Helow are some of the troops resting In the Btation BATTLE-TORN STANDARDS OF BELGIANS i I-irst photograph of Lelglan cavalry durL.g the fight.ng about Liege, allowing their standards torn to ribbona by the fire of the Germans. ARCHDUKE CARl. STEPHEN Archduke Carl Stephen is In com mand of the naval forces of Austria Hungary. LAST MOMENTS WITH BABY tfritlah sergeant answering inobilt aaUoa call, with his little daughter. FRENCHMEN RALLYING TO THE COLORS I r- -—■■" — —'■' - __ __ Fiench rea**rviHtH from the country flocking Into Faria to join their rcg|* menta. I NEW TYPE OF BOMB GUN OF BRITISH ARMY QUICK RESPONSE TO KITCHENER’S CALL B*m-' —— ■ ■ — ■ _ \\ hen Karl Kitchener called for r.»)0,000 volunteers the response of the Kngllsh was swift In one day there were nearly 100.000 enlistment*. Tho photograph show* the recruiting etatlon at Whitehall. London, besieged by men eager to serve their country. AMERICAN REFUGEES FLEEING FROM WAR ZONE i Aniprit'iiu refugees, wlth)thelr baggage, on a hay wagoa making their way along tho highroad ahovo Avrleourt, a •'Tench village near Luneville. This party, which wa« without food from early in tho morning of August 1 until August 3, reached the railway at Emborntenil half an hour before nil train service was Husponded. MAINZ, CENTER OF GERMAN OPERATIONS I P ! "I Vi««*v of (ho city of Mainz, north of Metz, where the German emperor mot with hie general staff to direct the operations of hlH army against the French and Bolgian frontiers FRENCH ENGINEERS LAYING MINES ! l Men of the French engineer corps laying mines under cover of breast 1 works at Belfort on the German frontier BROKEN-HEARTED BY WAR ~ T - » Count Mchnownky, German amba* flador to England, leaving the foreign oflleo In (tendon after the declaration of war. CAPT. VON HOLTZENDORFF i One of the famous sea captains who (s assisting in carrying out Gtormanj'l aaral campaign.