Diksmuide BATTLE OF THE AISNE Tsingtau SMS EMDEN and KONIGSBERG German Aeroplane POW Doberitz SIKHS Gurkhas TRENCHES Western Front
Detailing Events and Battles in The First World War
German Soldiers Moving a Giant Siege Gun near Antwerp - full front page from a photographs
Kravchenko Russia's Famous War Artist Making a Sketch of a German Spy Captured by Cossack Patrol - info. Probably Aleksei Ilyich Kravchenko, but the quality of the image is not good.
A French Village Evacuated by the Enemy - Our Soldiers Carefully Entering a House, While Two Officers With Revolvers Cover Him - full page photographs
The Ruined Town of Diksmuide Bombarded During the Battle of the Dunes and Dykes
Battle of the Aisne - Shells Falling Nearing By, Soldiers Taking Cover n a Roadside - from a photograph taken by an officer at the scene
Page entitled The commerce Raiders of the Indian Ocean:
The German Cruiser Emden
Captian Von Muller the Commander of the Emden - portrait photograph - the caption article states that when captured "the British Admiralty allowed him to retain his sword".
Map - Operations in the Indian Ocean and the Positions of Engagements etc. with The Emden
Madras - The Burning Oil Tanks at Madras Set on Fire by the Emden's Guns
The Emden Sinking a British Merchant Ship in the Bay of Bengal - from a drawing in a German magazine
Page entitled Rounding up the Emden and the Konigsberg:
Captain John C. T. Glossop of the Australian ruiser Sydney
HMAS Sydney one of Australia's Three Protected Cruisers Which Helped Rounding up and Destroying the Cruiser Emden
Some of the Crew of the German SMS Koenigsberg Standing by One of Sir Percy Scott's 4•7inch Guns at Whale Island
The Koenigsberg in Port
The British Light Cruiser Chatham
Captain Sydney R. Drury-Lowe the Commander of the Cruiser Chatham Who Located the Konigsberg on the Rufiji River - portrait photograph of the captain
The German Governor of Kiao-chau - Captain Meyer Waldeck - - info. Alfred Meyer-Waldeck
Tsing-tau - The Port Kiao-chau, Germanys Chinese Possession Captured by the Japanese - - info. Qingdao, Jiaozhou
General Karnio of Japan, Who Captured Tsing-tau
Before Tsing-tau - Japanese Infantry Storming a Hill Position
A Japanese Sentry near Tsing-tau in His Sentry Box Made of Matting etc
A German Trench near Tsingtau - Occupied by Japanese Soldiers
The Japanese Battleships Attacking Tsing Tau - photograph taken from a Japanese battleship
The Australin Cruiser HMAS Sydney Firing on the German Cruiser Emden off The Cocos Island from a drawing by W. Edward Wigfull
The German Armoured Cruiser Yorck Sank in Jahde Bay near the German North Sea Coast - from a drawing by William Edward Wigfull - info. SMS Yorck, Jade Bay, Jadebusen
A British Trench at the Battle of the Aisne - Three Men, and a Heap of Accoutrements of Soldiers Who are Asleep in the Straw at the Bottom
A Man Digging a Trench
Near Villers-Cotterets - A German Trench Captured after a Fight Showing the Mangelwurzel Crop Either Side
England - Royal Engineers of Kitcheners Army in a Trench Building Exercise
Maubeuge - A System of Trenches Built by British Soldiers and Now Abandoned in the Retreat Reive
The Battle of the Aisne -Three Officers and Men in a Trench With Surface Sheds and Roofs of Straw, Loopholes for Viewing the Approaches etc - half page from a sketch
British Log Artillery Draws German Fire - A German Aeroplane Dropping Smoke Bombs to Log British (unknown to him, dummy) Positions - British men "immediately in the foreground is one of the Aisne quarries, from which our men watch the effect of their ruse" - full page from a drawing
Lille - Sikhs and Gurkhas Cut Up the Advancing Germans - a hand to hand battle scene showing the Sikh and Gurkah soldiers attacking the Germans - full page from a drawing
At a German Concentration Camp - British Soldiers Arriving as Prisoners
At A German POW Camp - British Soldiers Being Fed
POW Camp at Doberitz - British Prisoners Carrying Loaves of Black Bread into the Camp
Scottish Prisoners Erecting New Fences to Enlarge and Internment Camp - - the caption with the photograph states ....they work specified number of hours for their food, and receive "overtime" at the rate of about one penny per hour. Officers receive their regulation pay and do no work.
German Prisoners Captured in Northern France Arrive at a French Port to Be Shipped to England - french children run alongside the column of marching German prisoners
Veurne, Belgian - Prisoners from a German Regiment Who Attacked at Diksmuide, and Now Prisoners
German Ambulance Men Wearing the Red Cross Armbands and Carrying Rifles, Being Given a Bouquet by a Flower Seller at a German Railway Station... Miel
Germany - Feeding German Children 'Sleekburnc.
Outside the Royal palace Berlin - Russian Artillery Captured by the Germans on Display
Berlin - A Russian Quick Firing Gun Being Examined by German Soldiers in a Street
At Landen Station, Belgium - Three Dying British Soldiers Taunted by Germans - a full page drawing of the scene from information given by a Dutch War Correspondent
The Ruins of the Fort of Wavre St Catherine
Maubeuge - The Destruction in the Town
The Empty Baskets Which Contained the Shell Used by the Deadly German 1•4 Siege Guns
At Maubeuge France - One of the Forts Showing the Steel Cupola Top, Shattered by Shells from German Artillery - half page from a photograph showing two German soldiers standing on the cupola top.
French Land Mining Wrecks a German Gun - full apge from a drawing showing the gun and men being blown up. The caption states .....soldiers recruited from the coal mining districts of N. France volunteered to drive a mine fifty yards through the earth to a spop right under the gun.....
The Sportsman's Battalion Marching Through a London Street After an Inspection in Hyde Park by Lord Maitland
Viscount Maitland - Captain H. J. H. Inglis - Lieutenant Enderby - All of the Sportsman's Battalion
The Camp at Hornchurch - The Men of the Sportsman's Battalion Gatering Firewood: A Professional Cricketer - A Professional Singer - An Angler - A City Merchant - And a Cambridge University Blue x2 photographs
Humour at The Front:
At The Front and Soldiers humour in the Field of Danger: A Field Kitchen Dubbed "Hotel Cecil" - A Hand Written Notice
At The Front - A Makeshift Sentry Shelter "Kenilowrth Lodge" Manned by Sergeant Keilworth "Who is At home to All Uhlans Who Care to Call" ..' photograph showing the sergeant armed with a gun, and his makeshift shelter.
A Field Kitchen in France - Soldiers Cooking for the Party in the Trenches
The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War - They Died to Keep the Flag Flying:
Lieutenant Colonel C. A. King - 2nd Yorkshire Regiment
Lieutenant Colonel Gordon Wilson - Royal horse Guards
Major L. R. V. Colby - 1st Grenadier Guards
Major H. St. Leger Stucley - 1st Granadier Guards
Major W. E. Campion - East Yorkshire Regiment
Major The Hon. L. d'H. Hamilton M.V.O. - Coldstream Guards - info. MVO Member of the Victorian Order
Captain McNab - London Scottish
Major G. Paley - Rifle Brigade
Captain the Hon. A. E. Mulholland - Irish Guards
Captain R. H. Nolan RAMC c.keenlyside.
Captain Lord Richard Wellesley - Grenadier Guards - - info. Son of Colonel Arthur Charles Wellesley, 4th Duke of Wellington
Lieutenant V. D. B. Bransbry - Lincolnshire Regiment
Lieutenant C. R. Ripley - Yorkshire and Lancashire Regiment
Lieutenant F. C. Levita - 4th Hussars
Lieutenant Sir Richard Levinge - Life Guards - - info. Knockdrin Castle, Westmeath
Lieuuenant A. W. G. Campbell - Coldstream Guards
Second Lieutenant C. Cottrell-Dormer - Scots Guards
Second Lieutenant G. Y. Gross - Royal West Kent Regiment
Second Lieutenant Mervyn Noott - East Kent Regiment
Lieutenant R. M. MacDonald - Cameron Highlanders
Second Lieutenant W. M. Macneill - 16th Lancers
There is also an article with information on some of the men and how they died etc. Photographs by Lafayette, Lambert Weston, Bassano, Elliott & Fry, Russell & Sons, Swaine
Charly-sur-Marne and Prince Maurice of Battenberg, son of Prince Henry, and a Gallant Grandson of Queen Victoria - full page from a drawing, showing Prince Maurice with men of the King's Royal Rifles storming a barricaded bridge
Article describing the war on the Eastern Front with mention of General Von Bernhardi - General Hindenberg - The Vistula - Kracow - Grand Duke Nicholas - Russia - Ivangorod - River Warta - Gombin - General Russky.
The German ship SMS Emden and Commerce Raids in the Indian Ocean
The German Ship SMS Konigsberg with mention of HM S Pegasus - HMS Chatham
Prisoners of War Sleekburnc.2111
Plus other articles
12 pages (24 sides). It measures 285mmx220mm (11.25 x 8.5 inches) approx. This magazine is an original and 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. There is age yellowing and spotting/foxing and some marking. There are binding witness marks to the spine. The outer advertising cover has been removed, but the front page is intact. The photos, sketches etc. vary in size. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested.
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