1914 WW1 Print OFFICERS PORTRAITS Mentioned in Despatches HEADLAM Glubb etc (349) SOLD

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1914 Officers Mentioned in Despatches.
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A double page (4 sides) showing British Officers Mentioned in Despatches
DATE: 1914

On the first side is a full page portrait of Lieutenant General Sir Douglas Haig - From the Painting by John St Helier Lander.


Next a double inside page is entitled Portraits of Some of the British Officers Whose Gallant Services in the Field Were Recognised by Sir John French in his Despatches of September 17th and October 8th, 1914 and shows twenty eight portrait photographs:

Lieutenant General Sir Archibald Murray - General Staff.

Brigadier General H. de B. de Lisle.

Lieut. Gen. W. P. Pulteney.

Brig. Gen. E. M. Perceval.

Major Gen. Sir charles Fergusson.

Colonel G. M. W. Macdonogh - Gen. HQ Staff.

Colonel F. S. Maude.

Brig. Gen. R. Scott-Kerr.

Lt. Col. Stanley Barry.

Colonel E. E. Carter.

Major HRH Prince Arthur of Connaught.

Brig. General G. F.Milne.

the Late Maj. Gen. H. I. W. Hamilton.

Major W. R. Chichester - 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment.

Brig. Gen. F. M. Glubb - Gen. HQ. Chief Engineer Southern Command.

Late Lt Col. Sir Evelyn Bradford - Seaforth Highlanders.

Major C. Toogood - 1st Batt. Lincolnshire Regiment.

Brig. Gen. B. J. C. Doran - Gen. HQ Staff.

Lt. Col. Lord Loch.

Colonel V. T. Bunbury.

Lt. Col. M. N. Turner - 1st Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry.

Lt. Col. Lord Brooke - Aide de Camp to French; Reuters Special Correspondent in Russo Japanese War.

Brig. Gen. A. G.Hunter-Weston.

Col. W. G. B. Boyce.

Brev. Col. S. C. F. Jackson - 1st Batt. Hampshire Regt.

Brig. Gen J. A. L. Haldane.

Brig. Gen. A. E. W. Count Gleichen.

Brig. Gen. J. G. Headlam.


On the reverse are two half page photographic images;

Austrian Soldiers Surrender Without Firing a Shot - captured by the Serbs and held at Nish.

A Serbian Tells How He Helped to Rout the Austrians in Bosnia - a wounded seriban tellin his family of his experience of the campaign.


Provenance: The Great War - Amalgamated Press. c1914. The Great War series was published between 1914 and c1919. Sleekburnc.

A double page print from a publication, as the date states and not a modern reproduction. It measures overall 430 x310mm(18x12inches) approx. It is printed on all sides. There is an as published fold to the centre with staple witness marks. There is a some age yellowing with handling marks to the edges. This item will be packaged in a board backed envelope. "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 SOLD
Weight 0.1kg