A magazine detailing events in the First World War WW1
Capture of an Enemy Standard Under Heavy Fire: Cpl. W. H. Lappin of the 1st/5th Yorkshire Light Infantry Crawls Over No Man's Land to Report on Positions and Captures a Bulgarian Flag Fixed by the Huns - full front page from a drawing.
Winter Preparations in Gallipoli:
Water Carts and Vehicles Collecting Water Supplies.
Three Naval Airmen Laying The Foundation of Their "Domicile" in Gallipoli: Sub Flight Lieutenants Rose, Kilner, and Bastow.
Highlanders at Work on the Cliff Side Constructing a Breakwater.
Gallipoli: Soldier Assembling a Gigantic Bomb Nearly as High as a Man Destined to be Dropped by a British Airman on to a Turkish Position - full page.
Plight of the Men Women and Children of Serbia: Refugees, men women and children, trudging over a sodden highway in terrible conditions; a cart pulled by oxen in the centre; old man collapsing; and the body of a child by the road - a full page from a very moving drawing by Fortunino Matania.
Russian Scouts on The Alert Near an Outpost Position.
Russian Soldiers Rescuing an Army Horse from a Mudbank; Pigs Temporarily Attached to the Army Field Kitchen are Drinking at the edge of the Mud.
Russian Military Butcher Examining an Ox That A Woman Peasant Offers for Sale.
How Our Lines of Communication are Defended - full page showing 5 photographs.
Italian Guns and Searchlights Seek Austrian Enemy REive- fp showing 5 photos .
The Austrian Fort at Malborghetto in the Carni Alps - fp picture with text; photograph taken by tele-photography at a distance of upwards of two miles.
The Same Austrian fort at Malborghetto After a Bombardment: Pounded into Dust - fp.
Full page entitled Some of the Queer Things Seen in War Time:
Image of a Saint of the Greek Church Found by Germans in a Captured Russian Trench.
A Civilian Internment Camp at Ruhleben: People Waiting for Parcels from England.
Feeding the Birds on a French Carrier Pigeon Automobile Behind the Firing Line.
French Soldier Enjoying the Luxury of a Rough and Ready Shower Bath Behind the French Lines.
Substantial German Dug-out atTroubricot in Champagne
Used as a Ruse De Querre: Dummy Guns Captured by the French
Mira Miksailovitch Ivanoff the Heroic Russian Nurse.
Nurses With One of the Russian Flying Ambulances.
Mlle. Moreau the French Heroine of Seventeen Who Fought Side By Side with The British at Loos Being Decorated by General de Sailly at Versailles
Mlle Moreau Wearing Her Medal. Info aka Emilienne Moreau, The Lady of Loos.
Anzacs Assail a Turkish Trench: Three Australian Soldiers Bombing a Trench; Two later killed - full page from a drawing.
Alsace: Civil Justice Being Administered by a French Officer.
Bagpipes Played by Highland Pipers on a Street in London - hp from a drawing.
Piper Laidlaw of the Kings Own Scottish Borderers on the Occasion of the Advance at Loos - hp showing the piper rallying the soldiers wearing gasmasks, un-nerved by the effects of gas.
Large Body of French Infantry Putting Ashore at Solinika.
Corporal A. Clack Army Service Corps.
Lieutenant Commander E. C. Cookson RN.
Assistant Paymaster H. M. Fitch RN.
Com. C. P. Talbot RN.
Captain Robert Loraine RFC.
Cpl J. C. Allpress RHA Receiving Medal From Brig. Gen. T. F. Bushe.
Lance Corporal Beale Royal Engineers Presented DCM By Gen Sir Francis Lloyd.
Sec. Lt. R. Rawlins RHA Presented DCM by Brig. Gen. T. F. Bushe
2nd Lt. N. E. Webster - Sherwood Foresters.
Lt. G. H. Wyndham-Green - seaforth /highlanders.
Captain W. C. Wilson - 2nd Leicestershire Regt.
Captain P. H. Hansen VC - Lincolnshire Regt.
Lance Sgt J. williams - Royal Welsh Fusiliers.
HRH The Duke of Connaught Taking the Salute of the 72nd Canadian Overseas Battalion at Vancouver.
Duke of Connaught With Staff Members Reviewing New Recruits of the 72nd Battalion.
Governor General of the Dominion Delivering a Farewell Message to a Regiment Before Its Departure to England.
Article by Carlyon Bellairs RN on the war at sea, the Navy etc. - second Phase of the Naval War.
The War in the Air by C. G. Grey
Article on the events etc in the war by F. A. McKenzie War Correspondent: New Ways of Warfare
The Death and Resurrection of the Foreign Legion - Part XXXI. Sleekburnc.1812
If there is a particular date you require in regards to this item eg. for a Birthday or anniversary etc please ask. This magazine is an original and used issue, not printed on the best of quality paper, but it more than makes up for this in terms of written content with many images. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
It measures 285mmx220mm (11.25 x 8.5 inches) approx. There are binding witness marks to the spine and pages. There is age yellowing and spotting/foxing and some marking. As stated above the front and back outer cover pages are separate; I have tucked them into the inside pages. The photographic images, 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. As far as I can tell there are no pages missing, but 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. This item will be packaged in a board backed envelope. The descriptive text in my listing, details the content 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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