1916 General Robert Nivelle World War One GREAT WAR Near Boesinghe Lizerne Belgium PRINT

The First World War. FREE UK POSTAGE on this print.

This listing is for a double page from a publication, as the date states and not a modern reproduction on the subject of:

The First World War in Belgium.

A double page featuring three images:

Full page entitled: General Robert Nivelle, Commander in Chief of the Armies of the north and North East. This is tinted in a sepia style. Info. Robert Georges Nivelle was a French General.

Full page showing two images:Mitrailleuse section of the Belgian Army heading a march to the front shows the soldiers marching through a village or town street. Secondly: New fleet of armoured cars built for the reconstituted Belgian Army

A double page entitled: Sand-bagged Shelters and soldiers graves in a shell shattered avenue of elms along the borders of the Yser Canal between Boesinghe and Lizerne. There is an as published fold to the centre with staple witness marks.

Provenance: The Great War - Amalgamated Press. Published circa 1916.


The double page measures 455 x 315 mm (18 x 12.25 inches) approx. Single page measures 225x315mm (8.75x12.25inches). There is a little age yellowing with handling marks/creases 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.

Condition Used
Weight 0.2kg