1914 WW1 Magazine BLANKENBERGHE Brussels PORTUGUESE ARMY Yser CALAIS War (2100)

Product code: 2100 (Wt range 201g)
£16.50

RHA Gunner Darbyshire; Driver Osborne BELGIUM INVASION German Troops Antwerp BLANKENBERGHE Brussels PORTUGUESE ARMY Yser Advance BATTLE POLISH RIVERS

   

Original First World War Magazine

 

DATE 1914

12 pages (24 sides)

 

This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, sketches, maps, drawings:

A Cossack Prisoner Escaping on His Horse, Taking a German Uhlan Officer as Captive. full front- from a drawing.


Lieutenant Colonel Maritz - info. Manie Maritz leader of the rebellion in South Africa.

General Christian De Wet - info. Christiaan de Wet was another of the leaders in the Maritz Rebellion.

General Beyers - info. another leader in the rebellion, Christian Frederick Beyers.


Horses of a British Batter That Went Mad with Fright at the Bursting of German Shells - The Driver Hanging on to the Horses Treying to Steer them to Safety - near full page.

The Men of L Battery, Royal Horse Artillery Cheering on Gunner Darbyshire and Driver Osborne, Two of the Three Men Recommended for the VC for Conduct at Compiegne - group photograph, the men holding the two men on their shoulders.

A View of Ostend the Famous Belgian Seaside Resort - a panoramic view including the Hotel Majestic, Beaches, and other buildings.

Small Map - Area of Navy Coastal Fighting, Belgium and Coast of Belgium Mined Area of North Sea.

Germans on the Beach at Ostend.

Photograph Sowing the Actual Advance of Part of the German Army to the Attack on the Yser.


Page entitled The Unparalled Struggle for Calais:

The Monitor HMS Humber Capable of Manouvering in Shallow Water and a Vessel Which Shelled the Germans.

A Stationary Balloon on a Boat Which Helped the Monitors Guns to Get the Range of German Trenches.

A Monitor Taking Ammunition ON Board in a French Port for Another Attack off the Belgian Coast.

The Crew on Board a Monitor After An Operation on the Belgian Coast, With Two French Military Doctors Who Came Aboard to Congratulate Them on Their Exploit.

The Survivors of a British Landing Party Whose Colleagues Were Picked Off One By One By German Marksmen in the Sand Dunes.

German Soldiers About to Leave Antwerp for the Battle of the Dunes to "Take Calais or Die!" ...

Blankenbergh NE of Ostend -German Reinforcements Passing Through.


A Belgian Regiment Re-forming in a French Town - One of the Men Wears a British Soldier's Cap.

Five Belgian Soldiers Guarding a Road, Standing in Front of an Inn used as Their Guard Room.

Belgian Soldiers SomE with Military Cycles, Marching From Ostend After Their Positions Became Untenable.


Ypres - A Small Belgian Force Impedes the Advance of a German Patrol.

Belgians Enjoy a Pannikin of Soup in a French Timber Yard.

Cartload of Belgian Official Papers and Books on Reive Their Way to the New HQ at Le Havre.


Page entitled The Men Who Turned the Tide on the Yser - Three photographs:

A Maxim Gun being Carried by a Section of Indian Soldiers. x2

The Indian Troops Advance to Take Position.


Page entitled The New Temporary Home of the Belgian Government at Le Havre:

The Belgian Ministers in Havre - M. H. Carton de Wiart - M. M. J. Davignon - M. P. Poullet - M. A Van de Vyere.

Inset Photograph.Villa Hollandaise at St Andresse, near Havre.

Guard of the Belgian Gobernment in Havre.


At Night, Our Gurkhas at Work - A Soldier with a Knife Creeping Up on a German Guard - full page from a drawing.

Battle of the Rivers - French Night Attack on German Heavy Guns. full page from a drawing.

The Trail of War Amongst the Peaceful Vineyards of Northern France - Troops Going to the Front Passing \Peasants Working in the Vineyards of the Champagne Region. full age from a photograph.


A French Soldier with Two Zouaves Who Were in the Trenches Together at Soissons - Now Seen In a Near By Town After Being Relieved.

Arras - French Marines at Arras Enjoying a Well earned Meal.

Rheims - Preparing a Meal, Three French "Musketeers" in a House at Rheims That Was Shelled by Germans - The Kitchen Was Spared.

French Soldier at The Barbers Having His Beard Trimmed.

French Soldiers With a Captured German Field Kitchen Which They Put to Good Use on the Aisne.


Two Commissariat Waggons Taking Equipment and Comforts to British Troops in Belgium.

British Staff Officers in a High Powered Motor Car with Armed Guard, Conveying Staff to The Firing Line.

Two British Motor Cycle Scouts Explain the Position of the Enemy to a French Officer.

A British Maxim Gun Company in France - A Column of Signallers with Mules etc.

British Officer Taking a Frugal Lunch.

A Priest Gives One of Our Men, Who is Standing Guard, a Cigarette.

Letters to Our Soldiers Being Sorted by Twwo Native Indian Soldiers inside an Hotel Being Used as a Post Office.


British Soldiers Constructing a field Bakery Behind the Fighting Line.

Army Cooks About to Put Bread in the Rapidly Erected Ovens.


Company of German Imperial Guards .

The German Commander of Brussels Riding through the Belgian Capital.

The German Commander of Brussels Riding Through the City on his Horse.

The Imperial Lord High Looter - Crown Prince Wilhelm Who Stole Many Art Treasures from a French Chateau.

The Old French Chateau Near Verdun Where the German Crown Prince Made His HQ.

Field Marshal Von der Goltz the Newly Appointed German Governor-General of Belgium.


Page entitled Our Oldest Ally - Portugal Attacked by Germany - Four Photographs:

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President Arriage of the Portugal Republic.

Recrutis in the Portuguese Army Undergoing Training.

Portuguese Infantry Armed Miel with the Mauser-Verqueiro Magazine Rifle.


A Batch of Recruits.

Recruits of Lrod Kitcheners New Army Taking Cover Behind the Boards of a Polo Ground Used for Training.

Pipers - inset photograph

Bayonet Practice. c.keenlyside.

Practising Lying Low in the Trenches.


Captured German Prisoners Trying to Retrieve Their Stacked Rifles After Surrendering - Being Fired on by British Soldiers - full page from a drawing


The Roll of Honour - Some of Britain's Hero Dead - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War:

Major P. M. Connellan - Hampshire Regiment.
Major Lord J. S. Cavendish - 1st Life Guards.
Captain M. B. C. Carbery - Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Captain E. O. Skaife - Royal Welsh Fusiliers.
Captain W. C. Curgenven - South Wales Borderers.
Capt. D. G. Methven - Seaforth Highlanders.
Captain H. C. S. Ashton - 2nd Life Guards.
Captain T. R. Bulkeley CMG MVO - Scots Guards.
Captain A. C. Charrington - Royal Dragoons.
Capt. T. H. Hughes - Worcester Regiment.
Captain F. P. C. Pemberton - 2nd Life Guards.
Lieutenant BLackall Simonds - South Wales Borderers.
Lt J. A. F. Parkinson - Dorset Regiment.
Lt. J. D. Phillips - East Kent Regiment.
Leiutenant J. S. Ainsworth - 11th Hussars.
Lt J. M. Pitt - Dorset Regiment.
Second Lt. K. R. Palmer - 2nd Life Guards.
Second Lieutenant A. Waterhouse - Royal Lancashire Regiment.
H. H. Prince Maurice of Battenberg KCVO.
2nd Lieut. N. J. L. Boyd - Black Watch.
Second Lieutenant G. P. J. Snead-Cox - Royal Welsh Fusiliers.

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This second part of the description features articles etc (not images):

The Men Who Turned the Tide on the Yser - Indian Sikh Troops - small article.

Baking Bread Behind the Fighting Line - smal larticle.

Summary of "Britains Hero DeaD" in the Roll of Honour page.

The Battle of the Polish Rivers.

Plus small caption articles to accompany some of the images, drawings, photographs etc. Sleekburnc.0711

Plus many caption articles to accompany the images.

 

CONDITION/DIMENSIONS

 

An original used issue, not printed on the best of quality paper, but it more than makes up for this in terms of written content with many images.

The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. It measures 285mmx220mm (11.25 x 8.5 inches) approx. There is age yellowing and spotting/foxing and some marking. The spine has been reinforced/repaired at some time.There are binding witness marks to inside pages. The outer advertising cover has been removed, but the front page is intact. The photos, sketches etc. vary in size.

PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. The outer cover is missing; but as far as I can tell there are no other pages missing. 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 process of the page numbering in these publications carry on from the previous issue and therefore do not start at number 1. This item will be packaged in a board backed envelope. The descriptive text in my listing, details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page.

"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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Product Code 2100 (Wt range 201g)
Weight 0.21kg