Original Antique WW1 Newspaper The Graphic Dated 1915
Original WW2 Newspaper
This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, maps, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:
Dardanelles: Turkish Prisoners from a Captured Supply Ship Huddled Together on the Deck of Lieutenant Hughes's Submarine - full front page photograph.
Full page showing various photos and articles:
Serbia x3photographs: British Troops Watching French Marching Past Outside Salonika - - French General Bailloud - - British Gunners Ride Through the Streets at Salonika.
Miss Cavell's Advocate: The Marquis of Villalobar the Spanish Minister in Belgium - info. Rodrigo de Saavedra y Vinent.
Late Sir Andrew Noble Chairman of Armstrongs, Elswick .
Miss Cavell's Executioner: General von Blissing Governor of Belgium.
Professor V. B Lewes Expert on Explosives - info. Vivian В . Lewes
Lieutenant Guy D'Oyly Hughes a Dardanelles Hero.
Scenes in Serbia and Dardanelles - full page (fp), 4 photographs:
Dardanelles: Crowd Cheering Submarine E2 After Her Exploit.
Gallipoli: Lancashire Landing the Made Harbour.
Serbia: Soldiers in the Vardar Valley.c.keenlyside
Salonica: Landing Horses From a Ship on the Quayside.
Nurse and Martyr: Edith Cavell - full page supplement to The Graphic with a blank reverse showing the lady and a caption Condemened to Death by German court-martial at Brussels and executed in the prison of St Giles, at 2am on October 12........ There is a decorative border by Harold Nelson.
The Germans Grip on the Danube and The Allies Efforts to Frustrate It - a wonderful fp pictorial map; places named incl. Salonika - Railway to Dedeagach and Turkey - Monistir - Uskub (Skoplie) - Prisrend - Pristina - Nish - Pirot - Sofia - Zajecar - Novi Bazar - Kurshumlia - Serbian Front - River Danube - Cacac - Shabatz Lesnitza - Belgrade - Orsova - Miel - Orient Railway - plus various mountain ranges, railways etc. and arrows indicating direction of German advance etc.
French and British Trophies Captured From the Boches: Armoured and Revolving Gun Turrets - - Guns Exhibited on Horse Guards Parade - - Taube Brought Down near Pont-a-Mousson. Full page x3 photographs.
The Martyrdom of Edith Cavell: Germany's Worst Crime Against Womenhood - full page:
Rev. F. B. Meyer Preaching a Sermon on Miss Cavell at Christ Church Westminster - half page (hp) with two inset photographs: one of Miss Cavell and another of her mother.
Miss Cavell and Probationers at the Brussel's Nursing School Which She Founded - hp group photoraph outside of the building.
Two Old Women in France Outside Their Ruined Home near Carency and Loos - fp photograph.
Germany Medal Struck to Commemorate the Work of the Baby Killers at Scarborough, Hartlepool etc.
Scene of Destruction at the Church of Oude-Capelle near Diksmuide - fp.
Arras Cathedral Ruins: The Famous Angels Still Intact and Placed Safely on the Floor - fp.
A Dramatic Encounter in a Lithuanian Forest at Bieloviezh: A Bison Meets the Boche - fp drawn by Frank Dadd.
Two photographs showing Cyclamen plants grown with and without Humogen. Sleekburnc
The Black Watch at Loos: Rounding Up the Germans - drawn by R. Paxton (small).
Tackling the Turks - fp x2 drawings:
IN the Caucasus: Skirmish Between Patrols of Kures and Cossacks - hp drawn by J. H. Jurres.
Gallipoli: Turkish Counter Attack on a Trench Captured by the Australians - from a sketch by a correspondent with the Australian Forces
The Naval Auxiliary Service and Work of the Motor Boats Round the British Coast - fp:
A Motor Boat on Patrol - from a drawing.
Preparing to Board a Norwegian Steamer at Night Using Searchlights - from a drawing.
Sailing Orders: Giving Directions to Shipping at the Entrance to a Harbour - drawn by a Naval Officer.
The Artists Rifles as an Officers Training Corps - fp:
A Draft of the 6th Gordons Who Have Just Gone to the Front - group photograph approx. 70 men.
The Queen's Own Worcester Hussars in Egypt: A Design of Flowers Showing the Emblem of Worcester etc. Designed b T. F Allin - the hussars standing next to the design.
Officers of the (3rd) 28th Battalion of the London Regiment, The Artists Rifles: Lieutenant Quarter Master R. T. Turnbull - Capt. P. Rust - Capt. C. J. Blomfield - Capt A. F. Royds - Major S. S. Higham - Lt. Col. W. Shirley - Mjr H. P. Edwards - Mjr. Sir R. NH. Rycroft - Capt and Adj. P. Granville Edge - Capt. H. C. Rickatson - Capt. Haldin Davis RAMC - with others.
The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War - Full page:
2nd Lt. George S. Sharer - 7th Royal Scots Fusiliers.
Lt. A. G. Heath - 6th West Kent Regiment.
Lieutenant Noel H. Greener - 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers.
Captain H. G. Wood - 3rd Loyal North Lancs Regt.
Captain J. O. Fairlie - 10th Highland Light Infantry.
2nd Lt. Walter F. Hoblyn - Coldstream Guards Pioneers.
Captain S. J. Sankey - 1/6th South Staffs. Regiment.
Capt. Leonard Grant - Royal Army Medical Corps.
2nd Lt. E. St. L. Bonvalot - Coldstreams.
Capt. E. T. Milton - 13th Northumberland Fusiliers.
Lt. W. G. Haynes - 8th Royal Berks Regiment.
Major General F. D. Vincent Wing - Divisional Commander
Lt. H. A. R. Crookham - 1st Cambridgeshire Regt.
2nd Lt. G. Addington Howkins - 12th Northumberland Fusiliers.
2nd Lt. John Paynter - RE.
Captain F. V. A. Dyer - 1st Middx Regt.
2nd Lt J. D. E. Richards - 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment.
Lt. William Ralph Mace - 19th Batt. 5th Brigade AIEF.
2nd Lt P. H. Forrester - 8th The Black Watch.
2nd Lt L. F. S. Sotheby - 4th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.
Capt. F. Lewis Lloyd - Cheshire Regt.
Lt Charles Nott - 9th Kings Liverpool Regt.
2nd Lt F. F. Knight - 1st East Lancs Regt.
2nd Lt. Francis A. Cochran - 1st Gordon Highlanders
Miss Muriel Pratt Working the Limelights at the Kingsway Theatre, London.
Johnnie Walker and The New Zealander - fp Whisky advert drawn by Leo Cheney.
A Fighting Mahratta Chief: The Raja of AKalkiot, Fatehsinrav Shahaji Raje Bhonsle in 9th Reserve reive Regiment of Cavalry.
Royal Vinolia Solidified Brilliantine - fp advert with a drawing by Leo Cheney.
The Late Dr W. G. Grace on His Last Appearance in the Cricket Field - photograph./
Three scenes from The Only Girl at the Apollo Theatre: Mr Kenneth Douglas - Miss Fay Compton and others.
Scene from Case of Lady Camber at the Savoy: Mr Irving - Miss May Stuart - Miss Jessie Winter.
Scene from Iris Intervenes at the Kingsway: Miss Ashwell - Mr A. E. George.
Mappin and Webb's New Premises at 172 Regent St. London.
Mister Victor S. Welsford on a Harley Davidson Motor Bicycle.
Vauxhall Car Which Carried General Botha In His Campaign in German W. Africa.
The German Menace - cartoon type drawing of a German zeppelin type - adv. For Clincher Tyres, North British Rubber Co.
Watsons Sunica Binoculars.
Fur Coat from Debenham and Freebody.
Swan Fountain Pen.
High Class Tailoring, Egerton Burnett Ltd.
Ferocal Chemical Food for Children.
Craven A Cigarettes.
Foots Adjustable Rest Chair.
YMCA Appeal - hp advert.;
Burberry Equi-Pede Riding Outfit - advert.
This second part of the description features items of news, articles etc. but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:
The Way of the War Page: Extracts from German soldiers diaries found on battlefield or on prisoners; names and regiment.
The Brutality of the Boche: An Impeachment by Professor J. H. Morgan - fp.
Increasing Our Food Supply: Professor Bottomley's Bacteria Described.
The Artists Rifles as an Officers' Training Corps.
Our use of Smoke Against the Germans.
In Memory of W. G. by E. H. Sewell - info. W. G. Grace.
Motoring and Aviation by Edwin Campbell. sleekburnc. 3010
This is an original weekly illustrated newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print. A publication similar to The Illustrated London News, The Graphic was a weekly illustrated newspaper published by H. R. Baines and Company Ltd of Tallis House, Whitefriars, City of London.
It measures 395 x 285 mm (15.5 x 11.25inches). There are binding witness marks to the spine. The pages are loose with binding witness marks. There is a little age yellowing but the pages are very clean. Some of the pages have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The images vary in size. The images are NOT in colour unless otherwise stated. There is no outer advertising cover.
PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there are two pages (4sides centre) missing , so if you are 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. The process of the page numbering in The Graphic issues are applied in a yearly sequence and therefore do not start at number 1. This item will be packaged in a tube to be sent RM Small Parcels. This is NOT a tracked service; if tracking is required, please contact for price.
The descriptive text in this listing details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. Please be aware there maybe typo errors etc. "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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