REPUBLIC ORGANISMS TO REPEL A GERMAN INVASION. In view of the possibility of Tie Germans endeavoring to invade Switzerland as a step towards a flunk attack on the Allies, the Swiss army has been mobilised, and within a week 500,000 fully-equipped men could be put into the field. Photo No. 1 shows the men practising trench warfare, a branch of service in which they had not previously been trained. No. 2 depicts a Swiss sentry examining the passports of travellers on the Alsatian frontier. No. 3 shows Swiss artillery passing along a mountain road, and gives a good idea of the kind of country the Germans would have to traverse. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 114 words
MEMBERS OF THE 18th BATTERY RESTING IN FRANCE. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 10 words
HOW IT IS GIVEN IN FOUR COUNTRIES. An interesting comparison of the salute as given in four countries. The soldier on the extreme left gives the French salute, the next shows the English, then the Scotch, and finally, on the extreme right, the American. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 47 words
A group of Anzacs in France, enjoying a brief spell from the trenches. Private W. P. O'Neill, M.M., on extreme right of row, standing. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 27 words
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