1914 WW1 Magazine DIKSMUIDE Harderwyk Internment Camp KRAKOW POLAND War (5100)

Product code: 5100 (Wt. range 201g)
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Original WW1 Magazine Dated 1914: GERMAN CRUISER SMS KÖNIGSBERG Diksmuide Belgium PERVYSE Harderwyk Internment Camp Holland Spies Shot RUSSIAN TRANSPORT ADVANCE ERZERUM Royal Artillery France POLISH OFFICERS Krakow Poland BRITISH COLONIAL HORSE REGIMENT Wounded Sikhs

   

Original First World War Magazine

 

DATE 1914

Twelve pages (24 sides)

 

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

SMS Konigsberg Discovered in the Indian Ocean by HMS Chatham - The Guns of Chatham Shelling Koenigsberg - full front page from a drawing showing the Konigsberg six miles up the River Rufiji in German East Africa (Tanzania)

The Battle Between the Carmania and The Cap Trafalgar - three photographs showing: HMS (RMS) Carmania - Damage to the Bridge of the Carmania - Hole Made in the Engine Room Casing of Carmania By a Shell from the Cap Trafalgar

A Cossack to the Rescue of a Red Cross Nurse near the Polish Frontier - full page from a drawing

The Death of Captain McNAb of the London Scottish Regiment, A Harley Street Doctor, Tending to the Wounded - a half page from a drawing - The caption reads....Captain McNab of the London Scottish.....A Harley Street Doctor by profession, Captain McNab remained unarmed in a damaged house attending to the wounded, when the main body of London Scottish had to retire under pressure from the Bavarians ....... When the Scots executed their famous charge and routed the enemy they regained the house....only to find the doctor and all wounded had been bayoneted to death ..... - info - At Messines, Angus McNab RAMC.

British Monitors (ships) Operating Off Calais - full page from a drawing by Arthur James Wetherall Burgess

The Late Field Marshal Lord Roberts of Kandahar.

Flood and Fire Annihilate the Wurtembergers - full page from a drawing by a Dutch cartoonist showing the German soldiers after the sluices had been opened in the Yser Valley

Germans Occupying the roof of a Building in a Belgian Town.

Near Diksmuide - An Upturned German Motor Car in a Ditch.

Near Diksmuide - A Belgian Outpost on the Roof of an Outhouse at a Farm.

French Marines Beside the Ruins of the Church at Diksmuide Aiming at A German Taube Overhead Miel.

British Belgian Anti-aircraft Gun on a Belgian Train Aiming at A German Taube.

Nieuwpoort - A Convent of the Sister of the Poor Showing the Outer Wall Demolished by A German Shell.

Nieuport - Room in a House, Damage Caused by A German Shell.

Near Diksmuide - The Ruined Church of St Nicholas at Pervijze.

Ramskapelle near DIksmuide - Ruined Tombs in the Churchyard.


Page entitled The Treachery and Trickery of Our Enemies - five photographs incl:

On the German French Border - A German Concrete Emplacement Hidden under Water Ready to House Big Guns -

Empty Barrel Mounted on a Wheelbarrow to Trick Reconnoitring Airmen.

A Field Defence Prepared by Austrians - Barbed Wire Entanglement and Spikes.

A German Car That Can Drive over Wires Placed on the Road.

German at Gun Practice - Using an Effigy of a Belgian.


Neutral Holland:

German Soldiers Interned in Holland .

British Naval Men Playing Football Against a Dutch Team at Groningen.

The Harderwyk Internment Camp For Britons and Belgians - all the men standing behind the wire fence, with tens in the background

The Dutch Border Guarded.


Two Spies, Who Were Disguised as The Red Cross, Shot by The British on a Roadside near Sir John French's HQ near Soissons - full page drawn by Bryan de Grineau from a sketch by WTB.

Russians Taking Their Army Through a Snow Blocked Pass in the Caucasus - full page from a drawing

The Royal Artillery at the Front - x 3 photographs

British and French Big Guns - 6 inch Field Howitzer - - Trains Moving the Observation Tower of The Two Howitzers o their Turntables - - The French Howitzer on the Movabel Turntable - three photographs


The Russian Army in Galicia.Sleekburnc.

A Group of Very Young Polish Officers "whose extreme youthfulness will be remarked"..

A Cossack Scout Giving Particulars to His Commander.

A Bridge in Poland Destroyed by The Germans.

The City of Krakow - The Principal Street and The Cloth Hall.

A Japanese War Correspondent with Russian Officers.

Russian Infantry in a Trench.

Austrian Recruits After Swearing an Acclaim to Emperor Francis Joseph.

Russian Troops Entering the Burning Village of Mikolalev in Eastern Galicia - info - Mykolaiv Nikolaev

German Soldiers Sampling Vodka as they Pass Through a Polish Village.

British Officer Who Rescued a German Soldier and Returned Him to His German Commander - full age drawn by John F - Campbell - a caption article describes the scene in which the British Officer was recommended for the VC.

The Powerful Searchlight Used Reive by the France Army.

French Soldiers Bringing in Their Wouded After Dark Guided by a Strong Searchlight.


A Section of the British Colonial Horse in Belgium, The Men Paid Their Own Passage to Belgium - group of soldiers marching along a country

British Colonials Rushing a Farmhouse near Diksmuide Believed to Be Hel By Germans.

The British Colonials Cautiously Approaching the Farmhouse.


King George V talking To a Wounded Soldiers in Hospital - The Soldier is Knitting.

George V and Queen Mary Visiting The Wounded Indians at A Camp in the New Forest.

Queen Mary Talking to a Wounded Sikh Indian in the Hospital.

King George and Queen Mary Passing Between Two Lines of Wounded Indian Soldiers.


The Roll of Honour - Lost Under the White Ensign -Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War:

Captain G. JM. I. Herford RMLI. HMS Monmouth.
Lieutenant Commander Hon. P. R. H. D. Willoughby. HMS Monmouth.
Rear Admiral Sir Christopher Cradock. HMS Good Hope.
Lieutenant D. C. Tudor. HMS Good Hope.
Lieutenant Commander H. D. Collins. HMS Monmouth.
Commander Walter Scott. HMS Good Hope.
Lieutenant D. F. O'C. Brodie. Submarine D5.
Captain F. Brandt. HMS Monmouth.
Commander S. D. Forbes. HMS Monmouth
Lieutenant L. A. Montgomery. HMS Good Hope.
Lieutenant M. J. H. Bagot. HMS Monmouth.
Lieutenant Commander G. E. Cummin. HMS Good Hope.
Commander A. T. Darley. HMS Good Hope.
Secretary G. B. Owens. HMS Good Hope.
Assistant Paymaster M. W. Hart. HM S Hermes.
Cadet C. Musgrave HMS Monmouth - info Christopher Musgrave age 15 son of Son of Sir Richard Musgrave and the Hon - Eleanor (nee Harbord) Lady Musgrave, of Edenhall Cumberland

Photographs by Bassano, Russell & Sons, Lafayette, Heath, Swaine, Elliott & Fry.


The Roll of Honour - Lost Under the White Ensign -Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War:

Captain G. JM. I. Herford RMLI. HMS Monmouth.
Lieutenant Commander Hon. P. R. H. D. Willoughby. HMS Monmouth.
Rear Admiral Sir Christopher Cradock. HMS Good Hope.
Lieutenant D. C. Tudor. HMS Good Hope.
Lt Comm. H. D. Collins. HMS Monmouth.
Commander Walter Scott. HMS Good Hope.
Lieutenant D. F. O'C. Brodie. Submarine D5.
Capt. F. Brandt. HMS Monmouth.
Commander S. D. Forbes. HMS Monmouth
Lieutenant L. A. Montgomery. HMS Good Hope.
Lt M. J. H. Bagot. HMS Monmouth.
Lieutenant Commander G. E. Cummin. HMS Good Hope.
Commander A. T. Darley. HMS Good Hope.
Secretary G. B. Owens. HMS Good Hope.
Assistant Paymaster M. W. Hart. HM S Hermes.
Cadet C. Musgrave HMS Monmouth - info Christopher Musgrave age 15 son of Son of Sir Richard Musgrave and the Hon - Eleanor (nee Harbord) Lady Musgrave, of Edenhall Cumberland

Photographs by Bassano, Russell & Sons, Lafayette, Heath, Swaine, Elliott & Fry.


The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War:

Major The Hon. H. J. Fraser. Scots Guards.
Major Lord Bernard C. Gordon-Lennox. Grenadier Guards.
Captain E. R. Hayes Sadler.
Captain A. A. L. Stephen SSO. Scots Guards.
Capt. George M. James. The Buffs.
Captain The Hon. A. E. B. O'Neill MP. 2nd Life Guards.
Captain M. Crawshay. 5th Dragoon Guards.
Capt. O. C. S. Gilliat. Rifle Brigade.
Captain A. W. M. Onslow. 16th Lancers.
Lieutenant E. C. L. Hoskyns. Royal Welsh Fusiliers.
Lieutenant E. R. Waring. Kings Royal Rifle Corps.
Lt. G. G. Marshall. 11th Hussars.
Lieutenant G. H. Cox. Kings Own Scottish Borderers.
Second Lieutenant A. H. R. Burn. 1st Loyal Dragoons.
Lieutenant A. R. A. Leggett. North Staffordshire Regiment.
Lieutenant J. Vance. Essex Regiment. c.keenlyside.
Lieutenant F. W. J. M. Miller. Grenadier Guards.
Second Lieutenant R. C. M. Gibbs. Scots Guards.
2nd Lt. C. W. Tuffnell. Grenadier Guards.
Second Lieutenant A. K. Nicholson. 18th Hussars.
Second Lieutenant E. R. C Stone. Royal Welsh Fusiliers.

Photographs by Swaine, Lambert Weston, Elliott & Fry, Lafayette, Hills & Saunders, Bassano, Sport & General, Barnett, Chancellor, Russell, Speaight, Vandyk.

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

The Naval Battle off the Brazilian island of Trindad between SMS Cap Trafalgar of the German Navy and HMS (RMS) Carmania of the Royal Navy - large article.
Royal Artillery at the Front with mention of Sir John French.
British Victory at Ypres - approx 300 words.
The Battle of Kutno in Poland etc - with mention of General Russky - General von Hindenburg - Rennenkampf - Soldau. Sleekburnc.2811

Plus many caption articles to accompany the images.

CONDITION/DIMENSIONS
 

A very descriptive publication, printed on a light quality paper priced 6d. A cheaper option to some of the more popular illustrated magazines of the day, such as Illustrated London News etc. but more down to earth and detailed. Although it contains articles, the main focus is on photographs, drawings, maps etc.

It measures 285mmx220mm (11.25 x 8.5") approx. The spine has been reinforced/repaired at some time. There are binding witness marks on inside pages. There is age yellowing/toning and some marking. Some creases etc to corners and handling marks to edges. Images, 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. 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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Code 5100 (Wt. range 201g)
Weight 0.21kg