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Slide set: The World War: chapter IX -- 'An infamous foe' (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1915)

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Slide 65
The Abuse of the White Flag
Slide 66
'Who are They?' An Anxious Moment in Foggy Weather
Slide 67
Lieutenant Martin Winning the V.C.
Slide 68
Charging a Torpedo
Slide 69
The Sinking of the Lusitania
Slide 70
How the Gas Devil Comes
Slide 71
Spraying Liquid Fire
Slide 72
Music in the Trenches
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The World War: chapter IX (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1915)

Related slide sets

continued from The World War: chapter VIII -- the War in the east (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1915)

continued by The World War: chapter X -- forging ahead all round (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1915)

People appearing in slides

MARTIN, Lieutenant Cyril, V.C.  (1891-1980) – slide 67


The incident shown in Slide 67 took place at Spanbroek Molen, Belgium, on 12 March 1915.

The sinking of the Lusitania, shown in Slide 69, took place on 7 May 1915.

Lucerna ID  3000066

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 12 March 2015

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