Original WW2 Newspaper THE GRAPHIC 1914
Original Antique Newspaper
This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, maps, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:
Field Marshal Lord Roberts VC Who Died at the HQ of the British Expeditionary Force in France - full front page.
Lord Roberts's Father: Sir Abraham Roberts 1784-1873.
Lord Roberts's Mother: Daughter of Abraham Bunbury of Tipperary - info. Isabella d. 1882.
His Son: Hon. Frederick hugh Sherston Roberts 1872-99.
His Younger Daughter: Lady Ada Edwina Steart Roberts Married Major Lewin RFA.
Sir Walter Gilbey the Well Known Wine and Spirit Merchant.
The Battle of Ypres: Where the British Defeated the Prussian Guards, the Crack German Corps - full page Drawn by J. Dodworth from a Sketch by Private Thomas Nicholl of the 1st Grenadier Guards Who is now Lying Wounded in a London Hospital.
A Birds-Eye View of the Kiel Canal The Jugular Vein of the German Navy - full page map drawn by G. F. Morrell.
The Belgian Royal Children at Westminster Cathedral - info. Prince Leopold - Prince Charles - Princess Marie Jose.
The German Crown Prince at the Front - Prussian Guards Performing the Goose Step.
Edward Prince of Wales Who Has Gone to the Front - with another man. Info. Later Edward VIII.
Captain F. O. Grenfell VC - 9th Lancers. sleekburnc.
Captain H. F. Master of 2nd Queen's Royal West Surry Being Carried to the Hospital After His Leg Was Broken by Shrapnel at Ypres.
2nd Lieutenant G. T. Dorrell RHA VC - Formerly L Batters SgtMajor.
Captain H. S. Ranken VC RAMC.
Dr Andrew Hunter Dean The Late Bishop of Quebec.
King George V and Queen Mary Visiting Wounded Indian Troops at Brockenhurst, New Forest - x3 photographs.
Professor Pares a Representative of British Foreign Office Comforting a Russian Soldier in a Lemberg Hospital - shows him, Bernard Paris, sitting on a bed talking to a soldier.
How The Germans Use The Fire Ball in a Night Attack - a full page Drawn by Frank Gillett from a Sketch by a Correspondent at the Front - shows masses of Germans approaching a line of barbed wire, the scene is lit up the "fireball", a line of allied soldiers is waiting on the other side of the wire.
Two wonderful colour Sketches by Gilbert Holiday, Our Special Artist With the Allied Forces:
British Troops Marching Through the French Countryside - half page in colour.
French Troops Going to the Front in a Cattle Truck - half page in colour.
Russian Infantrymen Storming The Outskirts of the Galician Town of Jaroslav - full page Drawn by John Bladimiroff Our Special Artist With the Russian Forces showing the soldiers with bayonets drawn, storming the town, houses on fire, dead horses and men etc. Info. Jaroslaw Poland.
The New German Retreat From Warsaw - double page Drawn by Charles W. Simpson RBA from the Description of an Eye Witness shows German legions, having to leave behind guns etc as they retreat across the countryside alongside a river. The caption article mentions Mr Percival Gibbon of the Daily Chronicle who described the scene "It was a country that had no need of the dishevelment of war to give it the colour of desolation..........the story of the retreat, its agony and cost, was plain to read, scrawled in staring letters of wreckage all across those wet and daunting miles".
France: Feeding the British Expeditionary Force, The Army Service Corps on the March - from a sketch by Gilbert holiday Our Special Artist in France.
British Columbians Leaving For the Front.
People Looking at a Large War Map in Chicago.
The British Colonial Horse Unit in Belgium.
Canada: Carloads of Vancouver Salmon for the British Troops.
Gifts from San Francisco for Europe's War Orphans - a train at a dock.
Hudson Bay River New York: German Liners Lying Idle Along the Wharves.
Double page titled The Army That Has Been at Work and The Army That is Getting Ready:
French Guns Partly Concealed.
British Soldiers in Shorts at Kiaochau.
Dummy Guns to Deceive the Germans.
The Canadian Mascot Goat "Billy".. Reive.
Blankets for the Royal Sussex Passing Along the Strand.
Soldier Playing with a Canadian Pet Bear.
Mister Kennerley Rumford - photograph by Ellis and Wallery - info. Robert Henry Kennerley Rumford the baritone singer.
The Battlefield - A British Officer in a Hole Caused by a German Shell.
A Model of a Battle at Bleton Park, Grantham for the Benefit of Lrod Kitchener's Recruits.
Brockenhurst: Wounded Indian Soldiers. c.keenlyside.
A Motor Van Damaged in Action.
An English Soldier Buried in Holland.
The New huts at Aldershot - Soldiers having a Meal at a Long Table.
The new Huts on Earl Brownlow's Estate, Belton Park, Grantham - two photographs.
Men Returning From Battle: Belgian Soldiers, Mud Stained and Tired - a wonderful double page. Caption article states ...the hardships they have endured among the mud and floods of the Yser, where the contending forces literally fought in the water.......
The Roll of honour - Officers Missing and Wounded :.
Lieutenant Earl of Dalhousie - Scots Guards - Wounded.
Major Viscount Crichton - Royal Horse Guards - Prisoner.
2nd Lieutenant Lord Garlies - Scots Guards - Missing.
Major Viscount J. J. Dalrymple - Scots Guards - Missing.
Lieutenant Colonel Hon. P. Willoughby - HMS Monmouth - Missing.
Captain the Hon. C. M. B. Ponsonby - Grenadier Guards - Wounded.
Lord Hugh Grosvenor - 1st Life Guards - Missing.
Sir E. A. Stewart Richardson - Black Watch- Wounded.
Captain A. Macdonald - London Scottish - Wounded.
Captain Lord A. Innes-Ker - Royal horse Guards - Wounded. Info. Alastair Robert.
Captain F. E. Packe - Welsh Regiment - Wounded.
Captain W. S. Evans - Welsh Regiment.
2nd Lieutenant C. B. Palmer - Royal Fusiliers - Wounded.
Lieutenant Marquess of Tweedale - Life Guards - Wounded.
2nd Lieuetenant W. B. W. Lawson - Scots Guards - Wounded.
Earl of Annesley - Naval Airman - Missing.
2nd Lieutenant G. F. M. Warner - Royal Berkshire Regiment - Wounded.
2nd Lieutenant G. W. Gabb - Royal Wst Surrey Regiment - Wounded.
Lieutenand Commander B. W. Bluett - HMS Monmouth - Missing.
2nd Lieutenant H. Price-Williams - Royal Field Artillery - Wounded.
Lieutenant D. G. F. Darley - 4th Dragoon Guards - Wounded.
Lieutenant A. E. Peebles - Royal Irish Rifles - Wounded.
Lieutenant Commander G. B. Gaskell - HMS Good Hope - Missing.
Captain F. Brandt - HMS Monmouth - Missing.
Captain A. J. H. Caird - Kings Own Scottish Borderers - Wounded.
Captain Lord Francis Scott - Grenadier Guards - Wounded.
2nd Lieutenant J. D'Arcy Whicher - Sherwood Foresters - Wounded.
The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War - Full page:.
Lieutenant R. W. H. Legge-Bourke - 2nd Coldstream Guards - info. it states R. W. H. but this may have been a misprint and should read NWH for Nigel Walter Henry Legge Bourke.
Major Lord B. Gordon-Lennox - Grenadier Guards.
Captain Lord Richard Wellesley - Grenadier Guards.
Captain E. R. Hayes Sadler - 8th Gurkhas.
2nd Lieutenant A. H. R. Burn - 1st Royal Dragoons.
Major W. L. Lawrence - South Wales Borderers.
2nd Lieutenant A. G. M. Roberts - Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
Lieutenant R. M. MacDonald - Cameron Highlanders.
Major hon. A Weld-Forester - Grenadier.
Major hon. L. Hamilton - Coldstream Guards.
2nd Lieutenant Maurice A. Ley - The Buffs.
Lieutenant W. G. F. Welch - Royal Field Artillery.
Captain The Master of Burleigh - Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders - - info. Robert Bruce.
Sir Gilchrist Ogilvie - Scots Guards.
Major H. St Leger STucley - Grenadier Guards.
Captain A. J. Woodhouse - Royal Field Artillery.
Captain H. Vaughan Sawyer - 34th Sikh Pioneers.
Captain E. C. Miller - Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Lieutenant M. S. Benning - East Surrey Regiment.
Lieutenant Colonel E. B. Cook MVO - 1st Life Guards.
Lieutenant G. P. Shedden - Royal Garrison Artillery.
Major J. S Maidlow - royal Field Artillery.
Captai S. L. Lucas-Tooth - Lancashire Fusiliers.
Lieutenant K. R. Mathieson - Irish Guards.
Lieutenant A Lecky - 2nd Leinster Regiment.
Captain C. Williams Andrews - Border Regiment.
Page entitled The Activity of the Church in the War:
A French Priest as a Soldier.
Belgian Priest as Red Cross Worker.
Priest as a Cavalryman and helping a Wounded Soldier - x2.
Military Academy in Vienna - Austrian Priest Blessing the Arms of the Recruits.
Rev. P. M. O'Caffrey A Real Sky Pilot and in the Naval Flying Squadron - with a lady on board a ship - Info. Aka. P. M. Cavrois O'Caffrey. Possibly an intelligence agent used by George Mansfield Smith-Cumming (later SIS, MI6)..
The Grand Duchess Elizabeth - The Tsar's Sister as a nurse.
The Exiled Abbot of Termonde - Has Found a Temporary Home at Ramsgate.
Belgian Refugees Tended by the Red Cross - Celebrating Mass in an English Private House near Tunbridge - full page drawn by W. Hatherell RI.
How the French Control the Fire of Their Field Guns - The Observation Ladder in Action - wonderful half page drawing Facsimilie of Sketches by Our Special Artist Henri Lanos .
The French Observation Ladder Behind a Screen of Trees - drawn by Henri Lanos.
HMS Cumberland's Picket Boat Engaged with the Germans on a Cameroon River, German West Africa - full page Drawn by J. Finnemore from a sketch by An Officer Who Took Part in the Expedition.
Diagram How to Make Mittens From Socks.
A Piece of Sculpture That Rodin Presented to This Country.
Mister Matheson Lang at his Majesty's Theatre as Hotspur.
Mr Basil Gill at His Majesty's Theatre.
Mr Owen Nares and Mr Charles Quartermaine - Miel.
At Angers, France - A Wolseley Motor Ambulance at a British Hospital Base.
Supplement to the Graphic - The Late Field Marshal Earl Roberts:.
Lord Roberts with Lord Kitchener - full page - the two men at a military occasion, the top of the photograph is headed with his coat of arms.
An Early Portrait.
Reviewing the Sherwood Rangers Imperial Yeomanry in 1903.
Reviewing Recruits for the Present War A Few Months Before.
Reviewing Boy Scouts at eh Empire Day Review in Hyde Park.
Bust by Mr W. R. Colton RA.
Colonel of the Irish Guards.
Chatting With Indian Soldiers.
With Lord Haldane at Bristol.
In the Uniform of Field Marshal.
With His Daughter and Heir Lady Aileen.
With His Wif the Countess Roberts.
With Field Marshal Sir John French.
Field Marshal Frederick 1st Earl Roberts in the Heart of the Troops He Loved.
The Afghan Campaign in 1878-9 - March To Cabul, Attacked by Ghilzais from an old painting/engraving.
The 92nd Taking the Guns at Baba Wali - from an old painting/engraving.
Cheered at St James's Hall 1880 - from an old painting/engraving.
Britains Grief - from a drawing by David Wilson - a figure carrying a wreath "Field Marshal Earl Roberts".
At The Merchant Taylors' Hall 1880 - ditto.
South Africa - Entering Pretoria - ditto.
Pretoria - Proclaiming the Annexation of the Transvaal - ditto.
After Axercise - The British Commercial Gas Association - drawing of a man about to take a bath in his lounge.
Essence Mysterieuse Perfume by Morny.
Soldiers of the British Expeditionary Force Drinking Oxo At the Front - From a Sketch Sent by a British Officer - half page with text.
The Universal Coffee Percolator.
Gabriel Varden Dons His Uniform in the Dickens Series - full page for Buchanan's Scotch Whisky.
Swan Fount Pen - half page.
Dunville's Old Irish Whisky - advert.
Dr J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne - advert.
The Burberry Weatherproof - ladies coat.
Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd - advert.
And more adverts of the day.
This second part of the description features items of news, articles etc. but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:
The Way of the War - with a list entitled The Hated Name - and Its British Substitutes, list of german names that have been changed to English equivilents.
How We Feed Our Troops in France - The Packing and Transport of Army Rations - by Margaret Chute (journalist).
A Fire Control Like a Fire Escape - info. French ammunition caisson hooked onto a limber.
What Women Can Do in War Time: Economies in War Time - - - To Make Mittens From Socks - - - The Coming Dearth of Men - by L. R..
Rodin's Gratitude to Great Britain.
Motoring And Aviation by Edwin Campbell.
This is an original USED newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print.
A publication similar to The Illustrated London News, The Graphic was a weekly illustrated newspaper published by H. R. Baines and Company Ltd of Tallis House, Whitefriars, City of London.
Sixteen pages (32 sides). It measures 395 x 285 mm (15.5 x 11.25inches).There is no outer advertising cover and the spine has been repaired/reinforced at some time. The main frontispiece page is present with The Graphic header banner, date, price etc. Some of the pages are loose with binding witness marks. There is some age yellowing otherwise it is in a good clean condiiton. PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there is one page missing (probably an advert), so if you're looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. If you require information on size of articles (i.e. number of words), sizes of images, please ask before bidding or buying. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
Some of the pages may be loose, and have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The engravings vary in size.. The images are NOT in colour unless otherwise stated. The process of the page numbering in this newspaper carry on from the previous issue therefore do not start at number 1. This item will be packaged in a tube to be sent RM Small Parcels. This is NOT a tracked service; if tracking is required, please contact for price.
The descriptive text in this listing details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. Please be aware there maybe typo/ spelling errors etc. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text.
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