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THE SULTAS OF TURKEY ABOUT TO ESTER MOSQUE This heretofore unpublished photograph, taken recently by an American tourist, shows Mohammed V in one of the streets of his capital, Constantinople, as he was about to descend from his carriage to perform his

religious duties. The absence of a military escort is to be noted. See

article in this issue by Professor Hart on the Sultans

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TURKISH CAVALRY
THE TURKISH EMPIRE DRAWN INTO THE MAELSTROM
Attacks by Turkish vessels on Russian towns situated on the Black Sea mark Turkey's entrance into

the great European struggle. See "The Story of the War"

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JAPANESE MARINES PREPARING TO LAND IN THE VICINITY OF TSINGTAO

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PRESENTS FOR THE JAPANESE TROOPS AT THE FRONT The Japanese people do not wait for a special occasion, such as Christmas with us, to show their remembrance of the fathers, sons, and brothers on the firing line, but encourage them by frequent gifts and messages from home

FORMER OPPONENTS WHO NOW

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THE RUSSIAN ARMY IN THE CARPATHIAN_MOUNTAINS War means hard work for both man and beast, especially in a mountainous country, as shown in the picture; the

horses, with mitrailleuses on their backs. are struggling to ascend a steep trail in the Carpathians

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RUSSIAN OFFICERS OF SCOTCH DESCENT WHO HAVE FORGOTTEN THE CRIMEAN WAR The Russian Empire contains many races, and its army list shows names of the most varied character. Among the

officers now engaged in conducting the operations in Galicia are several of Scotch ancestry. In the above picture the officer on the extreme right is Colonel Gillivray; next to him is Colonel

Robertson; the fifth figure from the right is that of Major-General Ross UNITE IN FIGHTING THE GERMANS

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THE EX-EMPRESS EUGÉNIE HELPS THE WOUNDED
Eugénie, the widow of Napoleon III, has lived in England since the downfall of the Emperor in 1870. At the advanced age of 88, she is actively helping on the cause of the Allies.

She has devoted her fine home at Farnborough Hill to the purposes of a military hospital. In the photograph she appears near the center of the group, dressed in black

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THE GERMAN CRUISER EMDEN, THE “RANGER” OF THE PRESENT WAR
Not since John Paul Jones, commanding first the “Ranger” and then the “ Bon Homme Richard,” carried havoc to the shores of England itself, has any one vessel so menaced British
shipping. The Emden has sunk or taken 21 British vessels, 7 in one week. It is pleasing to hear from one shipping authority, however, that her“ work of destruction
was accompanied with strict consideration for the rights of innocent parties," and that" when liners carrying women and children have fallen in
with German cruisers, the liners have been allowed to proceed unmolested after dismantling their wireless." The Emden is a

24%-knot light cruiser of 3,540 tons, with a complement of 361 men, and mounts ten 4.1 quick-firing guns

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