1915 WW1 Magazine SERBIA Lviv VISTULA BRIDGE DOBRZYN Saint-Dié MARNE War (2200)

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Original WW1 Magazine Dated 1915 FLANDERS FLOODS Bridge Vistula Dobrzyn Wloclawek DAR ES SALAAM Bridge Repairs Marne HMS FORMIDABLE Trawler Providence Crew TURKISH SOLDIERS Sir Arthur Conan Doyle LEMBERG LVIV Saint-Die


Original First World War Magazine

DATED 1915

Twelve pages (24 sides)

This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, sketches, maps, drawings:

Floods at Saint Georges, Belgium - Six Royal Naval Fusiliers, Under Fire of German Guns, Transporting 75mm Gun by Boat to Relieve Belgian Soldiers - full front page. info. The Yser river and area was deliberately flooded by the Belgian Army to prevent the German advance.

Turkey in the War:

Stefano - The Eldest Son of the Sultan of Turkey with Colonel Halil Bey - info. Yesilkoy

An Officer of the Mitraillieuse Corps Wearing the Kabalask Hat.

Boy Scouts from Adena on a Visit to The War Office, Stamboul.

Stamboul - Scouts Drilling in the Grounds of the War Office - Target Shooting in Front of the War Office - two photographs.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Members of the French, Belgian, and British Headquarters Staff Somewhere Behind the Fighting Line in France - half page photograph

St Die, France: Three Civilian Men Used as Human Shields By a German, Lieutenant Eberlein, and Placed Between A German Company of Men and the Allies - full page from a drawing - the caption states .....the above incident is an accurate pictorial representation of a German Officers confession published in the " Munchner Neueste Nachrichten ".......... Info. Saint-Dié-des-Vosges

Doctors of the Russian and Austrian Red Cross Unite and Attend an Injured Austrian Soldier.

Money Being Distributed to Poor Children in Galicia by a Russian Priest and Soldiers.

Lemberg: Austrian Prisoners Talking With Their Friends (two ladies) While Under Russian Guard - info. Lviv, Ukraine

Lemberg: A Russian Soldier Posting a Letter in a Military Box.

Lemberg: Cossacks Leaving to Follow up the Austrian Rout.

Near Lodz: A Railway Bridge Destroyed by the Germans. info. Poland

On a Galician Plain - Russian Soldiers Dining A Mess of Pottage a la Russe

Cossack Reporting After a Reconnaissance Mission, His Officer Taking Down the Information in His Notebook.

Keltsch - Russians Guarding Captive Austrians. info. could be Kielcza Kelč Keltz

The Indian Soldiers in France:

Northern France: Indian Troops Passing Through a Village in Their Mule Carts Brought from India.

Indian Soldiers Who Have Struck Terror into the Hun, Marching Through a Village.

Sikh Soldiers March Through a French Town to the Accompaniment of Their Pipes and Drums.

Indian Soldiers With Their Transport Mules. c.keenlyside.

A Steam Waggon Used for the Transport of Indian Ammunition - four french civilians standing next to it

A Smiling Sikh Courier on His Horse.

The Loyal Indians Carrying Miel Their Belongings on Their Heads from Somewhere in France to Somewhere Else.


Gluchi (Macva Serbia) - Austrian Soldiers Reive Guarding Positions.

Belgrade - Prince Alexander Triumphal Re-Entry into the City After the Victory over The Austrians.

Heavy Serbian Artillery in Action Against the Austrians.

King Peter and the Serbian General Staff.

Belgian Cavalry Passing a Detachment of Allied Comrades Resting by the Roadside in Flanders.

A British Bivouac - Cavalry in a French Field Enjoy a Brief Interlude from the Front.

Flanders - A Scottish Regiment on the March.

Austrians Trying to Cross the Vistula Bridge at Dobrzin near Wroclavek and Meeting a Solid Wall of Russian Soldiers - full page from a drawing - info. Dobrzyń nad Wisla, near Wloclawek

The Russian Bayonet Brings the Hun to Book - Germans Taking Refuge in a House at Bresin - full age from a drawing showing hand to hand fighting in a house. info. Brzeziny


General View of Dar es Salaam in German East AFRrica - ships in the harbour

HMS Fox Which Attacked Dar es Salaam.

HMS Goliath Which Assisted in the Attack on Dar es Salaam.

Native Troops of German East Africa Marching Through Dar es Salaam.

Colonel Maritz the Rebel Leader with A Staff of German and Boar Officers.

Pretoria - A Commando of Lyoal Burghers Returning After Rounding Up Rebles.

Australian Officers Now in Egypt - ON a Visit to the Pyramids.

British and Native Officers in Cairo.

British And Australian Encampment on the East Side of the Suez Canal.

German Soldiers Who Had Been Sapping Within Twenty Yards of British Trenches - British Soldiers in a Surprise Attack with Bayonets Drawn, While the Germans only Have their Sapping Tools - full page from a drawing by A. W.

Neutral Switzerland:

A Swiss Mountain Battery Moving Through a Snow Covered Pass.

Swiss Soldiers In Snow Dug Outs in a Trench.

Swiss Regiment in Single File March Through the Mountain Snow.

A Special Case Invented to Keep Rations of Manoeuvring Soldiers Hot for Two Days - two soldiers carrying the heavy case through the snow

Swiss Soldiers Transporting Snow For the Purpose of Building Trenches.

Swiss Cavalryman Bringing His Horse Through the Deep Snow.

Pictorial Proof of the Christmas Day Truce Showing British and German Soldiers Posing for a Photograph.

The War Through the Germans Eyes:

The Fall of Tsing-tau by Richard Assmann.

Hand to Hand Encounter Between Germans and Russians by Arno Grimm.

Przemysl in Galicia - The Explosion of a Land Mine.

HMS Formidable Which Was Sunk in the Channel 'Crew of the Trawler Providence Who Rescued Seventy Survivors from the Formidable: W. Carter - Captain Pillar - J. Clark - Dan Taylor - L. Pillar (boy).

The Trawler Providence in Harbour. Sleekburnc.

French Engineers Repairing The Bridges Over the River Marne After Strategic Demolition - full page showing four photographs.

The Evolution of the Propeller - A Modern Military Aeroplane Passes Over an Ancient Mill in Northern France.

An Aeroplane Being Transported on a Lorry to the French Base in NE France.

A German Aeroplane off to the Front By Road.

The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War:

Major A. Herbert-Stepney - Irish Guards.
Major E. P. Thomson - Royal Munster Fusiliers.
Captain Charles Carus Maud DSO - Somerset Light Infantry.
Captain The hon. R. Morgan-Grenville The Master of Kinloss - Rifle Brigade.
Capt. Alan G. Tritton - 3rd Battalion Coldstream Guards.
Captain A. Gerald Wordsworth - 2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment.
Captain J. P. Whelan - Royal Irish Rifles.
Captain A. G. M. Graham - Worcestershire Regiment.
Captain H. M. Powell - South Staffordshire Regiment.
Capt. R. J. Brownfield - Royal Warwickshire Regiment.
Captain The hon. C. H. M. St Clair - Seaforth Highlanders.
Captain Sir Montague Cholmeley - Grenadier Guards.
Captain G. H. Smart - West Yorkshire Regiment.
Capt. C. A. R. Hodgson - Royal Warwickshire.
Captain Geoffrey Stewart - 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards.
Lieutenant C. F. Verrall - Royal Sussex Regiment.
Lieutenant G.R. Parr - Somerset Light Infantry.
Lt Hon. Edward Hardinge DSO - The King's Hussars.
Lieutenant I. M. MacAndrew - Seaforth Highlanders.
Second Lieutenant J. H. G. Nevill - Grenadier Guards.


This second part of the description features articles etc (not images):

Article by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - How The Boer War Prepared Us for The Great War - with his facsimilie signature at the end of the article
The War in Africa
An article by F. A. McKenzie the Daily Mail War Correspondent
Naval War by Commander Carlyon Bellairs RN
Article by C. G. Grey. sleekburnc.1601
Plus many caption articles to accompany the images.




A very descriptive publication, printed on a light quality paper priced 6d. A cheaper option to some of the more popular illustrated magazines of the day, such as Illustrated London News etc. but more down to earth and detailed. Although it contains articles, the main focus is on photographs, drawings, maps etc.

It measures 285mmx220mm (11.25 x 8.5") approx. There are binding witness marks to the outer spine. There is age yellowing/toning and some marking. Some creases etc to corners and handling marks to edges. images, photos 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. The main frontispiece page with date titles etc. is present but the outer cover is missing; as far as I can tell there are no other pages missing. If you're 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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Product Code 2200 (Wt. range 201g
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