1915 WW1 Print NLOHE CAMEROON British Native Engineers TIE TIE BRIDGES War

Product code: Great War

This listing is for a full page from a publication, as the date states and not a modern reproduction

On the subject of WW1

A full page entitled Camera View of British and Native Engineering at Nlohe, in the Remote Cameroon showing four photographic images titled:

The Nlohe Bridge built by the engineers. two views.

Lieutenant Nash (Gold Coast Railway) seen in Charge of the Operations of laying the tracks. workers laying tracks through jungle type area.

Native Tie-tie Bridge near Nlohe, Cameroon - shows a bridge made of short branches and undergrowth.

On the other side are four smaller photographs titled:

The Allied Advance in the Cameroon - Naval gun section on the way to a station on the railway from Duala, natives drawing the truck

Coloured Soldiers Who Beat the Germans - an outpost of sentries of the Nigerian Regiment.

Naval Artillery in the Cameroon. - British troops placing a naval gun in a well screened position durig the advance on Edea.

The French Commissariat at the Staion of Piti -a man standing next to stores, others behind him.

Provenance: The Great War - Amalgamated Press. Published circa 1915.

The page measures 310 x 225 mm (12.25 x 8.75 inches) approx. There is text/images on both sides. There is a little age yellowing with handling marks to the edges. This item will be packaged in a board backed envelope. The watermark on the image is for listing purposes only and is not on the actual print. Info. in the description above is my research and does not form part of the print.

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