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The Illustrated War News

The Illustrated War News by Various
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THE ILLUSTRATED WAR NEWS, N.B.--REMOVE INSETTED LEAFLET, DEC. 30 1914.
THE GREAT WAR. In reviewing the events of the last week throughout the world-wide area of war, let us begin with the Dark Continent, where everything went in our favour--very brilliantly so. First of all, then, we may now be said to have completed our conquest of the German Cameroon country by taking possession of the whole of the railway which runs northward from Bonabari, and is now in the hands of our troops. A similar fate is reserved, at no distant date, for German South Africa, against which General Botha--a man no less brave and dashing as a soldier than sagacious as a statesman--is preparing to lead a conquering force. Having stamped out the rebellion within the Union itself--crushing it literally like a beetle--he is now addressing himself to the task.

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N.B. REMOVE INSETTED LEAFLET EACH NUMBER THE ILLUSTRATED WAR NEWS. BEFORE POSTING THIS ISSUE. COMPLETE IN ITSELF DEC. 30 1914.

[Illustration: THE ILLUSTRATED WAR NEWS PART 21]

PRICE SIXPENCE: PUBLISHING OFFICE: BY INLAND POST, 172, STRAND, SIXPENCE HALFPENNY. LONDON, W.C.

REGISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER FOR TRANSMISSION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM, AND TO CANADA AND NEWFOUNDLAND BY MAGAZINE POST.

THE ILLUSTRATED WAR NEWS, DEC. 30, 1914. II

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