1914 WW1 WAR MAP PORTFOLIO Intern Camp Leewarden Holland HMS HAWKE CREWE (1100)
Large Map IRISH DRAGOONS Retreat from Mons INTERN CAMP LEEWARDEN, HOLLAND Crew Members HMS Hawke GERMAN SUBMARINE U9 WILHELMSHAVEN Cyclist Signallers 1st Mounted Canadian Highlanders RIVER NIEMEN BATTLE Longwy France KAISER WILHELM Jessica Borthwick BRUGES GERMAN OCCUPATION Lizy-sur-Ourcq
Original First World War Magazine
with supplement titled
New Large Sheet Map Portfolio
12 pages (24 sides) plus pull-out MAP supplement
Two Wounded Irish Dragoons in a Farmhouse During the Retreat from Mons - Keeping Germans at Bay.
A wonderful pull-out supplement entitled New Large Sheet Map Portfolio - a free map supplement showing four maps: War Map of Western Europe (large 530mmx410mm) - - - The North Sea and Baltic Sea (double page) - - - The German Colonies (near full page plus titles) - - - The Frontiers of Germany, Austria and Russia (full page) - the centre part of the folds on the large map have a 5cm split (just below The Hague). The supplement is tipped in at the edges for easy removal. Please see scans.
Lieutenant General W. P. Pulteney.
Lieutenant General Sir Douglas Haig.
Lt General Sir Archibald Murray.
Brigadier General J. A. L. Haldane.
Lieutenant Colonel G. P. T Fielding.
Brigadier General A. E. W. Count Gleichen.
Lt Colonel Stanley Barry.
Lieutenant Colonel Lord Brooke.
Major General Sir Charles Fergusson.
Major HRH Prince Arthur of Connaught.
General H. de B. de Lisle.
A photograph of each man on a page entitled Sir John French's Despatches.
A Picture Postcard Circulated in Germany - Heidelberg and Reims.
Captain C. H. Fox Commander of the "Undaunted"...
The Undaunted Cruiser of the Arethusa Class.
Commander W. de M. Egerton Commander of the Lance Destroyer.
L Class British Destroyer Which Took Part in the Skirmish off The Dutch Coast - two photographs
Men of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and Marines Interned in Holland - Being Presented with Chocolate by an English Lady.
Men of the RNVR and Marines Exercising in the Yard at the Intern Camp at Leewarden, Holland.
Dutch Woman in the Picturesque Garb of her Country, Lights the Pipe of a British Handyman at Her Cottage Door Miel.
The Interned Naval Men - A Football Team Which Took Part in a Match Against a Team From Groningen.
A Man Washing his Hair Under a Pump Worked by a Friendly Dutchman at Leewarden Camp.
The Interned Marines in Holland Being Treated Well by the Kindly Dutch Cooks at Leewarden.
Group Photograph of the Navy Men Interned in Holland.
Antwerps Defences - The German Flag Hoisted on the Remains of Fort Stabrouch.
Dutch Soldiers Registering the Names of Belgian Children Who Have Lost Their Parents, With a View to Finding Them and Re-Uniting the Families.
Belgian Refugees Passing Through North Belgium.
Two Wounded Belgians in France Assisting Each Other.
The German Occupiers in Deserted Antwerp.
Some of the Crew Rescued from HMS Hawke After it Was Sunk by A German Submarine in the Northern North Sea.group photograph of the men
HMS Hawke - inset photograph
How the German Submarine U9 Was Greeted on The Return to Wilhelmshaven.picture drawn by a well known German artist
The Coming of the First Canadian Contingent:
The Armada of the Canadian Expeditionary Force Reach Plymouth Hoe on 14 October.
The Canadian Contingent Parading on the Hoe at Plymouth Next to the Armada Memorial.
Major General E. A. H. Anderson Commander of the Canadian Contingent.inset photograph by Elliott and Fry
Some of the Canadian From Montreal with a Parrot as a Regimental Mascot.
A Canadian Scot.
Signaller of the 1st Mounted Canadian Highlanders at Their Camp in England.
Canadian Grenadiers in Their Engtlish Camp Distributing the Mornings Delivery of British Bread - Wearing Knitted Fatigue Caps.
Canadian "Scotties" in Their Camp "Bathroom".
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry With Their Colours.
Nursing Sisters of the Canadian Red Cross Medical Corps Who Will Attend the Wounded at St Thomas's Hospital in London.
Private Wilson of Edinburgh Capturing a Gun Single Handed - full page from a drawing, artwork unknown
The Germans Attempt to Cross the River Niemen - The German Mowed Down - full page from a drawing
Four photographs on a full page entitled The Hateful Hun and His Handiwork:
Devastation Caused by German Shells in the French Town of Longwy.
The Damage to the Eastern Cemetery at Rheims After the Shelling by Germans.
Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany.c.keenlyside.
The Ruins of a Burning Street in Albert.
A British Corporal Named Crouch Whose Hand Was AMputated While Under Fire.
Miss Jessica Bothwick Owner of the Red Cross Schooner Grace Darling Seen as She and a Young Lad Steered for Britain. info. the last person to leave Ostend when the Germans entered. It reads Bothwick but is probably Jessica Borthwick, daughter of General George Colville Borthwick. She was an amateur photographer and early motion picture cameraman
General Radko Dimitrieff a Bulgarian Commander.
Count von Moltke the Chief of the German Staff.
Field Marshal von der Goltz German Military Governor in Brussels.
General von Affenburg CinC of the Austrian Army in Galicia.
Captain Cyril T. M. Fuller Commander of HMS Cumberland.
Rev. J. Chanderlon of Antwerp a Belgian Priest Accompanying the Horse Regiments.
Bruges - Full page showing three photographs:
German Soldiers in the Grand Place, Bruges.
A London Motor Bus Captured by the Enemy and Used as Transport in Bruges.
German Soldiers Marching Through Bruges.
A Group of The German Colonial Horse in German South West Africa.
Loyal Dutch Burghers Who General Botha Will Command in German SW Africa.
General Louis Botha with His Sons: Captain Louis Botha, John and Philip.
A Group of the Cape Mounted Police.
Lizy in France - A Bridge Over the RIver Ourcq Wrecked During the Battle of Meaux, A Train Wrecked Below.
Bridge Made Up of Boats or Rafts.
Stone and Brickwork Railway Bridge Between Amiens and Rouen Destroyed by Germans - British Engineers Repaired with Timber.
Belgian Blowing Up Their Own Bridges.
The Hospital Corps Which Nova Scotia Will Sent to the Front On Board Trains at Halifax for the Camp at Valcartier, Quebecv.
Red Cross Dogs - Dog Approaching a Wounded Man with a Bandage in Its Mouth.
Red Cross Worker Bending Over a Wounded Belgian Soldier at Audogom.
A Roman Catholic Nun Nursing a Wounded German Soldier at the Red Cross Hospital, Maestricht.
The Hospital at Alost ( Aalst ) - Belgium Women Who Had Been Mistreated by Germans Receiving Attention from the Nuns.
Wounded Soldiers Arriving at a British Seaport Town - Men of the Dorset Regiment, Bugler Clark and Others.
French Red Cross Assisting a Wounded Frenchman.
British Nurse Bandages an Injured Sailors Head.
A British Soldier Lying on a Stretcher Before Being Hoisted on to a Red Cross Ship in a French Port.
Wounded French Soldiers Being Welcomed by a Crowd on a Railway Station Platform - full page drawn by Bernard Hugh.
The Roll of Honour; Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War:
Major R. T. Roper - Dorset Regiment.
Major F. Swetenham - 2nd Dragoons.
Captain M. V. Foy - Royal West Surrey Regiment.
Captain H. L. Helme - Loyal North Lancs Regiment.
Captain R. C. Evelegh - Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry.
Captain H. S. Toppin - Northumberland Fusiliers.
Major General H. I. W. Hamilton CVO CB DSO.
Capt. A. Horne - Cameron highlanders.
Lieutenant J. Fraser - Connaught Rangers.
Captain A. K. Kyrke-Smith - Liverpool Regiment.
Captain M. Fisher - West Yorkshire Regt.
Captain E. F. Grant-Dalton - West Yorks Regiment.
Capt. H. S. Ranken RAMC.sleekburnc.
Lieutenant F. E. Buller - Royal Engineers.
Lieutenant J. C. Forsyth - Royal Field Artillery.
Captain R. W. Pepys - Worcestershire Regt.
Lieutenant W. E. Hill - North Staffs Regiment.
Lt J. R. M. Wilkinson - Middlesex Regiment.
Lieutenant J. A. S. Mitchell - Shropshire Light Infantry.
Second Lieutenant C. C. Sills - South Wales Borderers. Info. son of Mister George Sills and Alice Sills, of Coed Maes, Oakham, Rutland.
Lieutenant M. Dease - Royal Fusiliers.
Photographs by Lafayette, Heath, Gale and Polden, Bassano, Cribb etc
British Army Crossing the Aisne - with mention of General Kluck - Sir John French - Queen's Bays Cavalrymen - General Allenby - Sir Horace Smith-Dorian - Second Army Corps - Sir Douglas Haig - Conde Town - Third Army Corps - Village of Vregny - Maxim Guns - First Army Corps - Second Division - Reive -Village of Bourg - Vendresse - Factory at Troyon Village - Hougoumont - Kings Royal Rifles, Royal Sussex Regiment, Northants, Loyal North Lancs, Coldstreams - Ostel Ridge - Chemin des Dames.
Sinking of German Destroyers off the Coast of Holland by Captain C. H. Fox etc.
Interned in a Hospital in Holland - with mention of The British 1st Naval Brigade.
News from the Great Conflict. sleekburnc.3110
Plus many caption articles to accompany the images.
It measures 285mmx220mm (11.25 x 8.5") approx. There are binding witness marks to the spine. 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 description of the contents above are 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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