The Graphic WW1 Newspaper 1915 The Great War
Original Antique WW1 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:
M. Stephen Pichon Former French Minister of Foreign Affairs - full page (fp) frontispiece Drawn by Jean Baptiste Guth at a Sitting Specially Accorded to The Graphic.
Way of the War - fp with articles. With x6photos: Serbian General Nistich - Artillery Ox Drawn Line Passing Through Nish - Serbian infantry - King Victor Emmanuel of Italy - King Ferdinand of Bulgaria from The German Comic Magazine "Lustige Blatter". - The Tsar as a Cossack.
The Allies Advance in Artois and Champagne - fp showing x7photos:
All That Remained of the Windmill at Souain.
German Prisoners Being Brought in Along a Trench.
German 150 Gun Smashed. c.keenlyside.
Some of the Guns Captured in Artois and Champagne - hp.
Birtish Soldiers in a Shell Shattered Village.
A Captured German Trench.
Street in Captured Loos.
Page titled Necessity is the Mother of Invention showing a row of soldiers in a trench; a soldier has made a periscope by fixing a broken shaving glass to his bayonet - fp.
Champagne: A German Trench Lined with Dead Soldiers - fp.
Phases of the Attck on Serbia - fp showing x11pics:
French Troops on a Train with Motor Transport Cars on the Salonica Uskub Railway.
Map: Belgrade the Serbian Capital - pictorial map drawn by G. F. Morrell.
Bulgarian Consul General inm Britain: M. Angeloff.
CinC of the Bulgarian Army: General Savoff.
The Duc de Montpensier.
The Crown Prince Boris.
General Dimitrieff of Russia Who Has Returned His Bulgarian Honours.
M. Madiarioff Bulgarian Minister To Petrograd Resigns.
Recruits Arriving at a Barracks in Greece.
Crowd Outside the Chambwer of Deputies.
With The Austrians in Poland - fp showing x2photos:
A Town Destroyed by the Russians.
Enemy Artillery Passing Through a Village.
Page titled Germany's Drang Nach Osten, The Tueton's New Energy in the East article by Demetrius C. Boulger; plus x1 drawing of Field Marshal von der Goltz
Double page Map titled The Balkans Ablaze Once More: The new Storm Centre inthe European Conflict - it shows a pictorial map drawn by G.F. Morrell (see part scan).
The Princely Personalities in the Balkans and The Turning Against Russia by the German King of Bulgaria - fp showing x10pics:
Ferdinand of Bulgaria as a Small Boy.
Ferdinand of Bulgaria in 1915.
The Germanic Descent of Some Balkan Rulers _family tree.
Constantine King of Greece.
Ferdinand King of Roumania.
New Greek Premier M. Alexander Zaimis.
Sophia Queen of Greece.
Maria Queen of Romania.
M. Eleftherious Venizelos.
The Monument in Sofia to the Tsar Alexander II: Tsar Ferdinand and General Savoff Standing in Front of the Statue.
Turkish Reserves Marching to Join the Colours in Jerusalem - fp.
Page titled Womens Work in Serbia article by Dr May Dickinson Berry; plus x5photos: Patients and Orderlies of the School Hospital - English Sisters Leaving the Bouquets from Prisoners - Hospital Group (nurses and patients) in the Open - Commissariat Wagons in the Market Place - Austrian Prisoners at Work miel on the Road.<9>
The British March on Bagdad - fp showing x2drawings:
Rescuing a Stunned Kitten From a Bombarded hut at the Battle of Nasiriyeh.
Naik Ram Singh and the Maxim: A Gallant Indian Non Commissioned Officer Shot When Trying to Rescue a Gun.
A Prayer for Victory in the Chief Mosque at Adrianople - centre double page drawn by Reginald Cleaver. Info. Erdirne, Turkey.
Naval Transport in Wartime: Lighters loght Laden With Camels off Mudros, Dardanelles - hp.
Landing an Armoured Car at Gallipoli.
Incident in the Great British Advance: The Boche Between Bomb and Bayonet - fp showing British soldiers storming a German trench from a drawing by Frank Dadd RI.
Suggestion Made by a Reader for Dealing with Zeppelin Raids: The Searchlight Attached to a Gun.
Colonel Rawson MP Inspecting Cadets at Brighton - fp showing x5photos:
The March Past of Sussex Cadets. sleekburnc.
Colonel Rawsno Inspecting the Cadets.
Colonel Gentle - Col. Rawson - Capt Rendle - Sir J Lyons.
The Cadets Race of the Band Boys.
TheTug of War.
The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War - Dougle page:
Lieutenant A. W. B. Carless - Middx Regiment.
2ns LT. W. R. Mortimer Woolf - 2nd Border Rgt.
2nd Lt. Leslie Eastwood - 6th Royal Lancs Regt.
2nd Lieut. H. F> Segnits - 19th London Regt.
Captain G. R, O'Sullivan VC.
Capt. Allston Flagg - attchd 6/8th Indian Rifles.
Capt. Arthur C. Riley - 19t London Rgt.
Lt. K. S. Hore - 19th London Rgt.
2nd Lt. L. L. Treharne - 9th Welsh Regt.
2nd Lt. Oliver Emanuel - 2nd Wilts Regt.
2nd Lt. W. V. Fenton - 8th Yorks Regt.
Lt Col. J. E. Macqueen - 6th Gordon Highlanders.
Lt. D. K. Wolley Dod - 12th Kings Liverpool Regt.
Lt. W. A. Lock - 6th Wilts Rgt.
2nd. Lt. K. L. Stephenson - 2nd Beds Regt.
2nd Lt. E. J. Weld RFRA.
Captain R. F. Draper - 6th York and Lancs Regt.
Lt. A. W. Hadrill - 9th Lincs Regt.
2nd Lt. R. W. Orr - 1st London Regt Irish Rifles.
2nd Lt. N. De Fearnside-Speed - 7th London Regiment.
2nd Lt. T. B. Greenfield - Royal Engineers.
Lt. John F. Bradly - South Wales Borderers.
2nd Lt. John Hutcheson - 10th Sherwood Foresters.
On the second page:
2nd Lt. D. Hurst-Brown - 129th Battery RFA.
2nd Lt. Cech. Hurst-Brown - 2nd Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry.
Colonel H. T. Butce - Commanding 108th Brigade RFA.
2nd Lt. R. G.Spalding - South Lancs Rgt.
Captain W. Joyce Bonser - Rifle Brigade.
Captain M. C. Radford DSO - 1st Royal Berks Regt.
2nd Lt. R. W. Fawcett - 4th South Staffs Regt.
Lt. C. H. N. Scholey - Rifle Brigade.
2nd Lt. S. Gordon Cooper - 4th Royal Warwicks Regt.
2nd Lt. Charles Gillespie - 4th (att. 2nd ) Highland Light Infantry.
Lt. Charles E. Moulton - 6th wIlts Rgt.
Major General G. H. Thesiger CB - Rifle Brigade, Commanding Div.
Captain Harold Wright - 6th Loyal North Lancs Regt.
Lt. T. H. B. Vade-Walpole - 10th Gordon Highlanders,
Captain F. A. James - 5th Manchester Regt.
2nd Lt. A. W. Brook Kitchin - 7th Royal West Surrey Regt.
2nd LT. Alan D. Stewart - 9th Royal Sussex Regiment.
Flight Lt. D. Keith-Johnston - Royal Naval Air Service. Info. David age 20
Fl. Sub. Lt. M. Keith-Johnston - Royal Naval Air Service. Info. Macfie age 17 son of Robert and Jessy of Bushey Heath, Herts.
Lieut. F. G. Yardley - 8th North Staffs Regiment.
2nd Lt Gilbert Gamman - 5th Wilts Regt.
Captain W. Hubert Chapman - 6th Yorks Regt.
Lt. W. S. Turner - 10th King's Liverpool Scottish.
Major E. Sinclair Gooch - Berkshire Yeomanry.
The Re-Assembling of Russia's Parliament, A Sitting of The Imperial Duma - fp showing x2photos.
M. Rodzianko the President of the Duma, In His Study.
The Facade of the Taurida Palace at Petrograd, The Home of the Duma.
President of the Duma in His Study: M. Rodzianko - info. Mikhail Vladimirovich Rodzianko.
Berlin Women Working as house Cleaners.
Mr Owen Nares the Actor - x2small photos.
Royal Worcester Kidfitting Corset.
On the Champagne Front: President Poincare in His Sizaire Berwick Car.
Full page showing various adverts: Bengers Invalid Food - Royal Worcester Corsets from Peter Robinson - Foots Adjustable Chair - Calox Tooth Powder - Reive etc.
The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co. Ltd - hp jewellery advert showing Royal Irish Rifles Badge Brooch - 1st Royal Dragoons Diamond Brooch £30 - 2nd Life Guards Badge Brooch - Royal Army Medical Corps Badge - Rifle Brigade Badge Brooch - Royal Artillery Brooch - Royal Naval Flying Corps Brooch - with prices.
FP showing various adverts: Burberry ¼page - Woodwards Gripe Water ¼p - Watermans Ideal Fountain Pen - Peter Robinson Trousseaux Specialists: Neglige Cap, Lingerie Set, Nightdress with prices - Daimler Cars Waiting List.
Osram Lamps Bulb - hp.
FP showing various: Swan Fount Pen ¼p - PanYan Pickle - etc.
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:
Page titled The Way of the War with various: King Ferdinands Message to the Bulgarian Nation on the Outbreak of the First Balkan War - etc.
Naval Transport Service in War Time by P. A. H.
New Books Reviewed: The Field of honour by Mister H. Fielding Hall - Attila and The Huns by Edward Hutton - The Research Magnificent by H. G. Wells - Under the Tricolour by Pierre Mille.
The Duma's Part in the War - A Parliament of the Russian Nation.
A Learned Victim of the War - Major Arthur John Newman Tremearne. Info. killed in France fighting with the 8th Seaforths.
On Keeping Up Appearances - by Candida.
Items of General Interest with mention of Mr Robert Courtneidge - Mr Owen Nares - Mr Hall Caine - Mark Hambourg - Chivers and Sons - Mrs helena Adair.
Motoring and Aviation by Edwin Campbell.
This is an original USED 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. If there is a particular date you require regarding this item eg. for a birthday or anniversary etc please ask.
Sixteen pages (32 sides). It measures 395 x 285 mm (15.5 x 11.25inches).There is no outer advertising cover; 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. 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 no other pages missing (as well those stated above), 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.
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 engravings vary in size. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. The images are NOT in colour unless otherwise stated. The process of the page numbering in this newspaper carry on from the previous issue 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 typed in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page (excuse any typos!). "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
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