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"The Power of the East" in Allied Hands: Vladivostok Scenes

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BRITISH TROOPS AT VLADIVOSTOK : MEN OR PARADE AT THEIR CAMPING GROUND.


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I II READY TO START FOR THE PRONT: A ‘CZECH ARTLLERY COLUMN LEAVING VIADIVOSTOI


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Vladiwtvook has grown ey esmopoltan sinc It became the bne of Ahtd epat sins be the Far East Describing it after a journey acssi Siberia, with other refugees, an English- woman who had a d with the R as Red Cross ~wrote mee y in the “lim “: “The town, aitheugh in the hands of the Bdkeibe, showod s gist sign e ia-ar, aor wa tUrs wepei with the * wahis-de * e d the Ame at ts wey ds.r. TwN Japnme mn– . … lay ” tn he .w ar; in thsr ci a eisi a-d a A.m.. i


et r n, aune-d. VadwgIs&, WMb – aiUMo ‘* pk.’ (or pm.n) of do ENS,’ va mel ha toU 1 o by Gnt.l lmayado {tg uow r of a49u SM outo) A a naval bar, anE baE. boing Os gualst R z potht n tse Padr cam, In .1. hae e as Os t ihn M d ine-Sedn iiBmga·” Dowaidbg a p view of do bbAum As m n: “A aha hg x of lanE d 4 t u m ___ coq t wanb Os o a b doma.Aspsd -ta sn are puoero [coM.-


“WATCH-DOGS OF THE ALLIES”: SHIPS AND MEN AT VLADIVOSTOK.


SOWING ORTIFD HILLS IN DISTANCE : THE HAOU O VLADIVOSTO WITH ALLIED W -SIPS LYING AT ANCOR SHOWING FORTIFIED HILLS IN THE DISTANCE: THE HARBOUR OF VLADIVOSTOK , WITH ALLIED WAR-SHIPS LYING AT ANCHOR


I I, Ai L -.- A cOMPC6ZrZ UNTr PROM THE FORdBS OF THE ALEO NATIONS: A SQUAD OF CZEHS, JAPANESE, AND BRITISU SEAMEN AT VLADOIVOSK. R ýI –


tha he other, was detted around its base with a number of white shad. On the ast of the hit three s me objects were cleaty dened againse the sy. They were Jqapane ns.. . se many days had passed we had made the acquaintasn of the crws of the adtb and American ceuses, and swere sety tothed by their hoa pilety; but thea pe do reisseeo was Idft to the sithe Jack-ten. A true British te-party ! . . . One day news beaught of the srder of three Japanuse merchmat


by Red Guards. Ths justifed the action of the Japanese authoits in lading troop without delay…. The British patrol escited the curiosity of the public to a gpeat extent The passers-by would gather on the paveents and watch them for bours sw.ging up and down the street with their suBs, mariel tread. .. . All would gae oa these sturdy, um-hburt boys with respectful admiration.” British trops, as well as Prench and American, have also been landed at Vladivostok.



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