METROPOLITAN VLADIMIR BOGOYAVLENSKY Hall of Nobility Petrograd ZEPPELIN SCOUTS AIRMEN PARIS Soldiers Football GERBEVILLER RUINS FRANCE Roll of Honour MAP EUROPE FRONTS BLOCKADES Russian Infantry 146th Tsaritsinsky Regiment
Original Weekly Newspaper: 16 pages (32 sides)
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:
Ready for Zeppelin Raiders: French Pilot and Airman Navigator in a Bi-plane Over Paris at Night - full front page from a drawing by Leven and Lemonier. Two pilots flying over the city and navigating by torchlight; their gun mounted on the front of the flimsy plane; The Eiffel Tower and the River Seine and surrounding areas can be seen below.
The Way of the War page showing x7photos with text:
What Hell Looks like in Mr Stephen Phillips's Play Armageddon Presented by Mr Martin Harvey at The New Theatre - from a drawing by Thomas Derrick
Towing Soldiers Ashore in the Dardanelles and the Two Torpedoed Battleships HMS Triumph and HMS Majestic - x3 small photos.
Lord Curzon Visiting the Trenches - small.
Admiral Sir Henry B. Jackson KCB - small.
Basingstoke: Irish Infantry Marching Past King George V.
Map titled Hemming in the Hun: The Ring of Steel Closing on the Central Empires - a wonderful double page (dp) pictorial map showing Europe and marked with the various fronts including: British Fleets Blockade - Italian Front and Anglo French Fleets Blockade - Russian Fleet and Russian Front - Serbian Belgrade Front, and Serbo Montenegrin Front. Stretches from Corsica, Naples Durazzzo and Monastir in the South - up to Bergen, Riga, Moscow in the North. Shows UK (part) to the West. (see part scan/image for detail).
War Scenes in Milan Italy, and London - fp showing x4pics:
Milan x3 small pics.
London: Demonstration of the Italian Colony Outside the Embassy in Grosvenor Square, Headed by Veteran Garibaldians; with the Marchese Imperiali Addressing the Crowds from the Balcony - ¾ page.
War Scenes in Belgium and Berlin - fp showing x2 pics:
Belgium: How Soldiers Protect Themselves Against Asphyxiating Gas.
Berlin: A Party of Berliners Conducted Through the Trenches, Modelled on Those at the Actual Front, By German Officers and Men.
Page titled Ships that Have Sunk and Ships that Are Safe:
In the Atlantic: The French Liner Champagne Wrecked of St Nazaire (before the event).
The White Star Liner Megantic.
In the Mediterranean: British Expeditionary Force in the Dardanelles Crammed into A Boat Ready for Landing.
The Pacific: The Last of the German Cruiser Dresden, Before the Action and Disappearing Beneath the Waves x2pics.
A Cossack Outpost on the Plains of Poland: Soldier Standing Up on His Horses Back - fp photographed especially for The Graphic by C. Bulla, of Petrograd.
The Metropolitan of Petrograd Visiting the Hall of the Nobility Which Has Been Placed at the Disposal of the Government and Used as a Hospital - wonderful dp photograph by C. Bulla showing beds of wounded men, and others standing next to their beds; many nurses and other orderlies with the Metropolitan Vladimir Bogoyavlensky standing other officials. There is a caption article (approx. 70wds).
Sketches in Italy Drawn by Reginald Cleaver - fp showiung various cartoon style sketches.
Sketches on the Riviera Drawn by Reginald Cleaver - fp as above with notes to sketches describing the scenes in Nice etc
<96 Piccadilly: The Road to the Advanced British Trenches near Neuve Chapelle - British soldiers advancing through a deserted bombed out village towards the trenches. A fp drawn by Frank Gillett from a sketch by Ralph Cleaver made during a visit to the British lines.
Debout, Les Morts! - fp from a drawing by C. J. Payne Our Special Artist in France. It shows an incident which occurred in a trench which the French had captured from the Germans; now being attacked by Germans trying to retake the trench.
Russian Infantry, 146th Tsaritsinsky Regiment, Getting to Close Quarters to Storm the Austrians at Josepovo - dp Drawn by J. Wladimiroff, Our Special Artist in Russian and Passed fo rPublication in The Graphic by the Russian Censor info. Ivan Alexejevitch Vladimirov was a Russian Soviet painter.
Football at the Front: Scottish Soldiers in Kilts in a Game of Football During Their Rest Time After Their Turn in the Trenches - another wonderful dp Drawn by Ernest Prater from a sketch by Ralph Cleaver made during a visit to British lines.
Dame Civilisation (to Kaiser) it's no good, William! These stains are indelible! with Apoligies to Pears Soap - a cartoon drawn by David Wilson.
Remains of the French Town of Gerbeviller - fp from a drawing by A. Van Anrooy.
The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War - Double page:
Lieutenant F. I. P. Wells - 2nd Welsh Regiment.
2nd Lt. L. H. E. Wells - 2nd Lancashire Fusiliers.
Captain George E. Hunter - 6th Northumberland Fusiliers.
Captain Howard T. Hunter 6th Northumberland Fus.
Capt. Herbert Flemming - Queen Victorias Rifles.
2nd Lt. J. P. Beningfield - RFA Lahore Division.
Capt. W. G. H. Bates - 2st Leinster Regt.
Capt H. G. Robertson - 1st Connaught Rangers.
Lt. C. Richard MacGregor - 2nd South Wales Borderers.
Lieut. R. J. B. Heard - 1st Lancs Fus.
Lt. Maurice Daffarn - North Rhodesian Police.
Capt. Gerald Oscar Lees - Royal Highlanders of Canada.
2nd Lt C. M. C. Sorby - 3rd Monmouthshire Regt.
Major W. Oxenham Cautley DSO - 3rd Reserve Battalion Suffolk Regiment.
Capt. H. A. C. Wallace - 10th Batt. Canadian Expeditionary Force.
Lt. H. Cyril Pecker - 1st Royal Scots.
Capt Basil Mignot Ward - 1st Essex Regiment.
Capt. Reive - K.O. Rgt.
Capt. Frank H. Black - 1st Royal Warwickshire Regt.
Captain John Goold Adams - 1st Leinster Regt.
Captain T. H. Scott - 87th Punjabis.
Capt C. R. E. Saunders - 4th London Regt.
Lieut. Alec H. Hyams - 6th Royal Fusiliers.
Capt. F. F. W. Arnold - 1st Suffolk Regt.
Lt. C. J. W. Pakenham - 2nd Hampshire Regt.
Lt. R. A. D. McCulloch - The Kings Own Royal Lancaster Regt.
Cpt. I. E> Maitland Watkins - 2nd Monmouthshire Regt. T.F.
2nd Lt. H. G. C. Guise - 5th Glos Regt.
Lt. William Black Noble - 6th Northumberland Fus.
Lt. G. S.Johnston - Essex Regt.
Capt. T. H. O. Crawley - 4th Worcs Regt.
2nd Lt. Wilfred Trevelyan - 4th Rifle Brigade.
Lt. Richard C. Rottmann - 3rd East Surrey Regt.
Lt. Archibald G. Moir - 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.
Lt. Edwin W. Saunders - 1st Cambridgeshire Rgt.
Capt. E. A. Marrow - 1st K.O. Scottish Borderers.
Capt. Douglas W. Pollock - 4th Worcs. Regt.
2nd Lt Thomas Wright - 2nd Royal Berks. Regt.
Capt. Gilbert D. Eykyn - Royal Scots; Adj. 4th Yorks Regt.
Lt. Thomas E. Turner - 13th London Regt.
Colonel Augustus David Geddes - 2nd Buffs.
Sub. Lt. A. W. St. Clair Tisdall - Royal Naval Division.
Lt. T. A. G. Miller - 1st K.O. Scottish Borderers.
Lt. A. C. F. Garnet-Botfield - 1st Wouth Wales Borderers.
2nd Lt Francis W. Lynch - Connaught Rangers.
Lt. Napier A. Jessop - 7th Battalion Canadian Inf.
Lt. T. N. Miel - Punjab
2nd Lt. C. J. T. Carew - 2nd E. Yorks Regt.
Lt. T. L. Loder-Symonds - Scottish Rifles.
2nd Lt. T. W. Callinan - 8th Durham .LI.
Lt. Malcolm D. Campbell - Home Battalion RND.
Lt. W. E. B. Schreiber - 1st Canadian Ammunition Park.
2nd Lt. F. W> Snape - 2nd K.O. Yorks L.I>
Lt. C. H. G. Martin - 3rd Monmouthshire Regt.
Lt. W. Montagu West - 1st Cambridgeshire Regt.
Page entitled Brothers by Blood and in Arms and Other Curious Aspects of the War with article:
Four of the Goss Brothers from Dumfries Who are in the Black Watch in Wilts.
Mr Wharton of Paddington and His Five Soldier Sons: Arthur, Harry, Robert, Norman and Walter.
Colonel Charles Victor- Hosken (Pietermaritzburg S. Africa) With His Sons: Stanley, Courtney, Cyril, Victor, and Norman,
Enfield Schoolboys Making Munitions.
Berlin Women Learning Electric Tramwaying.
The Sword Dance as practised by Algerians and By Scots Soldiers i France.
French Motor Car to Cut Barbed Wire Entanglements.
Motor Car Altar in Germany.
Motor Used by The Germans in Poland (like a large steam roller).
Theatre and Three Scenes from The German Spy Play The Day Beford the Day by the American Dramatist Mr C. B. Fernald at St James Theatre: Mr Lyn Harding - Mr Gerald Lawrence - Miss Grace Lane - Mr Frederick Ross - Mr Gwenn.
Hand Ambulances for the Front from a Collecting Campaign Conducted by Mrs Arnold-Forster of Burley in Wharfedale nr Leeds - shows a photo of a row of the covered stretchers and one uncovered.
Miss Betty Spottiswoode - to appear in a Charity Matinee i Aid of Actors Benevolent Fund, and Blue Cross Fund; with caption.
The Launch of France's Latest Super Dreadnought at Bordeaux - dro a drawing by Donald Maxwell.
A StandardCar near Stoneleigh in Warwicks.
One of the Weekly Batches of Daimler Lorries Lined up at Coventry Prior to Delivery to the War Office.
Bulmers Draught Cider.
Mellins Baby Food - hp.
Oneida Community Plate Ltd (cutlery) - hp.
Elkingtons Patent Harborne Table Cabinet.
Robinsons Barley Water.
Lea and Perrins Sauce.
Baby's Smock and Infants New Wicker Cot; From Robinsons and Cleaver.
Lingerie Gown from Debenham Freebody 5½ Gns.
G. E. Lewis Gun Shop.
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 - with mention of Zeppelin Raids - Mr howells of the North American Review - Captain Battine - Mr Thomas Smith - Hon. J. W. Fortescue - etc,
Books on Various Aspects of the War
Concerning the Hausfrau Boom - by Candida.
Opera and Concerts etc.
Motoring and Aviation by Edwin Campbell.
This is an original USED newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print.
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The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. It measures 395 x 285 mm (15.5 x 11.25inches).There is no outer advertising cover and there are binding witness marks to the spine. The main frontispiece page is present with The Graphic header banner, date, price etc. Some of the pages are loose with binding witness marks. There is some age yellowing.
Some of the pages may be loose, and 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. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. The images are NOT in colour unless otherwise stated.
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