NEUVE CHAPELLE Russian Photographer Carl Bulla GERMAN SUBMARINES Zeppelins Paris
Original WW1 Newspaper
The Hell of Neuve Chapelle - full front page Drawn by Frank Gillett from a description by Corporal McCarthy of the Border Regiment. I tshows a German trench or position as British shells hit.
The Way of the War Page x8pics:
How the French Prepared For Invasion in The Zeppelin Raid on Paris - a sketch by Henri Lanos showing a fireman with a bugle sounding the alarm as fire brigade cars dashe through the streets; policemen extinguishing street lamps.
HMS Battleships Ocean and Irrestible Sunk by Drifting Mines; and the French Battleship Bouvet Sunk
Berlin: The Snow and Sleighing in Unter den Linden.
Horses: Military Tournament at Reigate; Lomon on the Ground in the Hurst Park Handicap x2pics.
Dunfermline: Tram Stuck in a Snow Drift.Sleekburnc.
German Submarines and The Blockade - double page (dp) x7photos:
Submarine U28 Taking in Oil Supplies From Her Tender.
Submarine Following in the Wake of a Dutch Steamer.
Submarine Rounding the Bow of the Batavier V.
The Summons to Surrender: German with Megaphone Calling on the Steamer to Heave To.
German Submarine Approaching the Zaanstroom.
The Pilot Leaving the Tender for the Steamer.
U28 Leading the Way Through Mine Fields into Zeebrugge.
The National Guard Marching to Buckingham Palace.
Sittingbourne: Soldiers at Open Air Mass reive.
Albert Square and St George's Hall Liverpool: Lord Kitchener Reviewing the New Army of the North - over half page (hp) view of the proceedings from above.
The Coasting Steamer Blonde Bound from Cowes to the Tyne: German Aeroplane Attacking the Ship of the North Foreland - full page (fp) from a drawing by E. S. Hodgson from a description b one of the crew.
The Zeppelins Approaching Paris - fp x2drawings by Two of Our Special Artists in France :
Searchlights on the Two Zeppelins Approaching from The North - hp drawn by C. J. Payne
The Scene at the Porte De Clichy: Searchlights on the Zeppelins - hp from a drawing by M. Samanos.
Russian Photographs A Unique Photographic Record of the Campaign Taken by C. Bulla of Petrograd :
Russian Soldiers Writing Home During a Lull in the Fighting - fp with ornate border and title.
Russian Troops at an Open Air Mass - dp photo.
Russian Infantry with German Aviators as Prisoners - hp.
A Cossack Cavalry Patrol - hp
A Halt on a Snow Clad Wayside by the Russian Horse Transport - hp.
Russian Reconnoitring Party in Motors and on Motor Bikes.
Motor Cyclists Shooting From the Trenches.
Motor Cyclists in Ambush.
A Patrol of Motor Cyclists Shooting at Germans - fp.
The Hall Mark of the Hun: A Burning Village in Poland - double centre page.
A Russian Gun in Action - fp showing x2photos
At Novo Alexandria and a Ruined Factory; Battered Polish Church; Remains of a Village near Warsaw x3
Radom: Railway Fitting Shops Blown up by the Germans.
Skorchisko: Railway Bridge Destroyed by The Germans Using Dynamite.
Kielce: Demolished Water Tower.
ON the March in Poland: Ambulance and Transport on a Road on the Frosted Flats - dp. shows a long line of carts horses and men; a red cross car at the head.
Conveying the Wounded to Hospital x2.
Russian Doing the National Dance - fp showing men watching at a railway depot - fp
The Roll of Honour - Officers Who Have Been Killed in Action, Suffered, Taken Prisoner or Missing - In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War - full page:
Midshipman L. F. Bailey RNR - HM S BAyano.
Lieutenant. A. G. Hess - Royal Horse Artillery.
Captain H. S. Blane - 19th Lancers.
Lt. Norman Donaldson - RFA.
Asst. Paymaster D. C. Chorley - HMS Bayano.
2nd Lt. A Cedric Foster - Grenadier Guards.
2nd Lt. Guy Wiley Hughes - 4th Middlesex Regt.
2nd Lt. A. E. Wiley Hughes - 3rd Royal Fusiliers.
2nd Lt. C. F. Burnand - Grenadiers.
2nd Lieut. M. R. Chidson - RGA and RFC
Lt. Colonel George Pope Newstead - Suffolk Regiment.
Lt. J. H. Lyle Haller - East Surrey Rgt.
Lt. William Denne Waters - Sherwood foresters.
2nd Lt. L. C. Wildsmith - 2nd Battalion 12th County of London.
Captain R. B. M. Wills - Royal Engineers.
Major Reginald E. Bond - 4th Rajputs.
Sub Lt. A. F. C. Vaughan - HMS Cordelia.
LT. H. F. Heatly - Yorkshire Regt.
Lt. Brian Osborne - 15th Hussars.
Lt. Charles R. C. Bean - South Staffordshire Regt.
Lt. Herbert E. Morgan - Royal Fusiliers and RFC.
2nd Lt. M. Hayes-Newington - Kings Liverpool Regt.
Capt. A. J. Biscoe - Royal Irish Rifles.
Women in Wartime: Gir Gardeners x3pics.
Bovril - fp advert.
Theatre: Miss Hallye Whatley the American Actress - Miss Gaby Deslys in the Barrie Revue - Miss Ann Cleaver - x3pics.
Lemco For Invalids and the Wounde - advert
Colgate Shaving Stick - advert.
Treasures to Be Sold for The British Red Cross at Christies x3 pics.
Interesting Photo Taken in America, Showing Five Modes of Travel by Land and Water.
Way of the War Page.
Lady's Garden by S. L. Bensusan.;
Motoring and Aviation by Edwin Campbell
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