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How Serbia made ready to meet her giant antagonist.

Image ID: 831131

How Serbia made ready to meet her giant antagonist. (1914)

Image Details

Image Title

:  How Serbia made ready to meet her giant antagonist.

Published Date

: 1914

Specific Material Type

: Prints

Item Physical Description

: 1 photographic print : b&w ; 32 x 23 cm. (12 1/2 x 9 in.)

Notes

: Printed on border: "357." Top image: "Serbian artillery at Belgrade : Serbian artillery posted on the promenade of a public garden in Belgrade, which overlooks the junction of the Danube and the Save, and commands Semlin." Center image: "Another piece of Serbian artillery : another example of the Serbian guns that wrought destruction among the Austrians. A powerful Schneider quick-firer gun, with its crew." Bottom image: "A Serbian gun hammering at Semlin : a further photograph of the well-manned Serbian artillery playing upon Semlin. During the early days of the war the Austrians made determined efforts to cross the Danube and penetrate into Serbia, but they were repulsed with enormous loss." Includes additional text.

Original Source

: From The Great War : the standard history of the all-Europe conflict : profusely illustrated. The Amalgamated Press Ltd., 1914) Hammerton, John Alexander, Sir (1871-1949), Editor. Wilson, Herbert Wrigley (1866-1940), Editor.

Source

: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection / Army -- M-Z

Source Description

: 1 folder (32 pictures)

Location

: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection

Catalog Call Number

: PC ARMY-(M-Z)

Digital ID

: 831131

Record ID

: 697567

Digital Item Published

: 10-27-2005; updated 3-25-2011

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