This section contains newspaper articles from sources including the Northern Whig and the Belfast Telegraph regarding the outbreak of World War One in 1914. Clippings including those concerning the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand, Britain’s declaration of War, and the activities of the British Expeditionary Force.
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British Soldiers Enjoying Ice-Cream on Arrival on French Soil'.
The First Casualty List -Total: 5127'
Ireland and the War: Notable Deeds'
The First Seven Divisions'
Formation of the New Regiment
Austria's Revenge: anti-Servian Rising'
Austrian Assassination: Tragedy of the Hapsburgs'
Archduke's Murderer on Trial'
Expeditionary Force: Proceeding Towards Historic Battlefields'
British Troops at the Front: Strong Forces Now in the Firing Line'
The Expeditionary Force: Landing at Boulogne'
The British Soldier: Kitchener's Tribute - A Brilliant Retirement'
The Battle of Mons: Report From Sir John French'
Great Battle Begun: Fierce Fighting in Belgium
British Expeditionary Force: Successful Landing in France'
The Expeditionary Force: Secret Advance to the Front'