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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Smashiiig The Gfeirmans--8aiisidiaiis* Gallant Deeds 9^ (1) Genran machine guns ^ and rainenwerferB captured at Oheluvett. (2) The best seats in Ahe theatre were reserved, for the officers. This pictute was taken in a German cinema in  Cambrsti the morning, it was captured. (3) Troops and tanks advancing on Hindenburg Line,;^;,' ,'I (4) The con:stniiGtio6 as s?ot r-i on the" front of-the tanks tfs made to dump ipto very d^^p trenches so that the tank (^n pass over safely,'v; (5) A Cambrai sfc ' ,,19 flames the' same "morning as the Gftrmans were driven out, -f-;, �. (6) A' bridge destroyed at Cambrai by Germans. (7) One of the mine craters at LaBassee. (8) Britinica!" yeinarikable ? Britain Day poster, .by the Ingliih artisti ' Carfbn 'Moorepark.' The great Brit-ish lion is show* guarding Bhitanica^ about whop ejus- . ;�,.^ter the ctihs, riepre'sentujg the � colonies. 'Aircraft anct-'ships , tfbrmtfif hackgrouM and fee-side them are allegorical figures, the long/line of British ��� Georges. (9) James Montgomery Flagg's tribute to Britain's, achievements in the wir-a'?., ' colorful,  vigorous pdSter, '' Side by Side,'' which wiU be circulated from c6a.st to coast to spread the news of � America's honoring of Dec. 7th as Britain Day. Britain Day in the United States Britannia for the first time will figure in a poster to be widely circulated In America. Carton Moorepark, an English artist, who has given the full four years of -war service to the. cause of Great Britain and^Canada. has just put the finishing touches to a typical British poster which will be distributed by the New, York Committee having In charge America's tribute to Britain, December 7, 1918. ' Tho British Lions and Us cubs! representing the colonies, will be striking figures in the poster, of which a first edition of 30,000 is to be distributed shortly throughout the country. The Honorary Chairman' of -the Committee, whose headquarters are at the Hotel Belmont, New York City, is Dr. Charles E. Eliot, of Harvard, and the Chairman is 'Judge Alton B. Parlcor. Strong committees are being organized throughout the country, and the outlook. Is that 4 very strong showing will be piado as to the esteem in which America holds the part which Great Britain has borne in the war for the protection of this country against the murdier-0U3 Huns. Her eight millions of men given to the allied cause m_ean3 that If the United States ever were to equal Britain's contribution in men up 10 the present time, the American- fle-publtc would have nearly sixteen'.mil- , lion soldiers in khaki, in khaki. Last July the French nation wa.^ honored on Bastile Oay, and iiow It Is the turn of Qreat Britain, which has so long been misurderstood^and Inadequately, appreciated by the average American, but which now Is coming into Its own, from tbe respect and admiration which have resulted from the bulMog grip which they fastened upon' the OcrmauR more than i^our years apo,. and , hjlya; bold. .'It steadily ever since. � ";>: v i. The mayor cf.ev^ry. city Jiavjii^ jx population of .'5,000 and upi*iid has ' been Invited to join thij nation-wide demonstration of American friendship for the British ijatlon and people. Public raeotlnga are hetng organlzedi. In many places, and band concerts and other special entertainment features will bo given, made n,p tn,con� :*ld.^abio part of British,airs... .' 7 ;