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  5. THE WAR FROM DAY TO DAY

    The ambitious pretensions, amazing miscalculations, and criminal folly of the German naval policy, together with its absolute failure, and an explanation of the ...

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  7. BRITAIN'S GREAT ARSENAL.

    One of the French visitors, M. Pierre Mille, in an article in the Paris Journal, "Le Temps, says that Britain has sunk so many submarines that she only desires ...

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  8. The Snaring of Submarines

    Since the British Admiralty hinted that many more of the enemy's submarines had been destroyed by the navy than had been officially published, the Germans ...

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  9. THE SUBMARINE HUNT.

    Sir John jellicoe escorted his visitors over the flagship. and showed them, among other things, a map indicating where German submarines had been ...

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  10. The Loss of the Hesperian

    Further particulars respecting torpedoing of the Allan liner hesperian of off Fastnet light on the Irish Coast, on Saturday evening, state that the vessel ...

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  11. A SURPRISE AT SEA.

    There is some of the glamor of old time naval romance in the account of the sinking of a German submarine in the English Channel early in July by the ...

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  12. Showing their Battle Scars

    Officers on the Lion, which in the North Sea action on January 24th, received the roughest handing of any major ship [?] told Mr. Palmer that they ...

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  13. THE FUNCTIONS OF A NAVY.

    In another letter, Mr. Balfour writes:—British Fleet has during the last year proved itself worthy of its traditions ...

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  14. Cooped Up in a Steel Can

    Among the crew of a Norweglan steamer that was sunk by the German submarine £30, was a youth named Liszt, who is the son of German-American ...

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  15. A STRIKING SPECTACLE.

    The only color visible in that vast array, of fighting ships, stretching into the misty horizon, or against the background of the harbor, was supplied by the ...

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  16. The Majesty of Might.

    The British naval authorities are permitting a few [?] very few—privileged persons to pass behind the veil of my story, that hides the Grand Fleet from the gaze ...

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