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News by Camera at Home and Abroad: A Miscellany of Topical Occasions

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H -, – FORMERLY COMMANDING THE BRITISH TROOPS IN ITALY: THE EARL OF CAVAN PRESENTING MEDALS TO IRISH GUARDS AT WARLEY BARRACKS, BRENTWOOD.


I THE QUEEN OF ROUMANIA SHOPPING IN LONDON: HER MAJESTY WITH HER DAUGHTER,. PRINCESS MARIE. IN REGENT STREET.


The Ear! of Cavan, who so ably commanded the British force on the Italian front during the war, recently presented medals for bravery to men of the Irish Guards at Warley Barracks, Brentwood. He also perlormed the annual ceremony of distributing shamrock among them –At a recent British race meeting on the Rhine, the race for the Marden Cup was won by “Oliver’ ;Major P J C. Honner, M.C., R.A.F.i -The German submarine “U 46 ” and two others have been allotted to the Japanese Navy, and are to be taken to Jaran by Japanese crews. th ” U 46 ‘is seen above in dry dock being overhauled before the voyage. –A new 8-inch tractor-mounted gun is the latest addition to the Umted States Artillery. It was recently


–u FOR THE ARMY OF OCCUPATION ON A BRITISH RACE MEETING IN GERMANY, FOR THE MARDEN CUP. THE RHINE: THE START


I a ALTE GERMAN SUBMARINE “U 46 ‘ IN DRY ALLOTTED TO THE JAPANESE NAVY : TUE WITH DUMMY HEAD. DOCK SHOWING A TORPEDO-


it TAINK: AN AMERICAN 8-INCH GUN WITH CATERPILLAR WHEELS LIKE A A NEW ARTILLERY DEVICE. MOUNTED ON A TRACIOR


9 !4 THE ANNIVERSARY OF MR. JOHN REDMONDS DEATH: THE START OF THE PROCESSION BY THE RFDMO’D MEMORIAL AT WEXFJPD.


4 — – — SENTENCED TO DEATH: M. CLEMENCEAU’S ASSAILANT, EMILE COTTIN (X’ ssDURING HIS TRIAL BY COURT-MARTIAL. :._– —town ——-I–l-


tested, with satisfactory results, at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds.– The anniversary of the death of Mr. John Redmond, the great Irish leader, as observed at Wexlord cn Suday. March t6, by the Corporations of Wexford and Waterford, and Nationalist delegations. Mr. Devlin, M.P. *ddressed a gathering of Io,ooo people at the cemetery, and said that, but for the war. Mr. Redmond would probably have now been Prime Minister of a united and self-governing Ireland. He was convinced, he said, that Mr. Redmond’s policy was the right one.–The tlial of Emile Cottin, the Anarchist who shot and wounded M. Clemenceau on February 59, took place in Paris on March 14, befcrc the Third Court-Mastial. Cottin was condemned to death.



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