1916 WW1 Magazine POW Camp Wunsdorf KAISER WILHELM CARTOON Asiago Italy (5010)
BERNARD PARTRIDGE KAISER SKETCH Gas Masks Trenches ASIAGO ITALY Ovillers SERBIA Muslim POW Camp Wunsdorf Wünsdorf Berlin SOMME
A magazine detailing events in the First World War
12 pages (24 sides) of:
Three French Soldiers, Two Wearing Gas Masks, in an Advance Trench at Vaquois nr Verdun Awaiting a German Gas Attack - full page (fp) front cover.
Asiago in Trentino, Italy: Street Fighting Between the Italians and Austrians to Recapture Asiago - fp from a drawing showing barbed wire entanglements, wounded soldiers, burning houses, Italian soldiers firing on retreating Germans.
Italian Alpini Troops on Skis, Rapidly Withdrawing After Having Fired an Austrian Blockhouse.
The Battle Front in Summer Time - fp showing x4 photos:
Lancers on The Move on Horseback.
Roadmakers Unloading Stones.
Flanders and Soldiers at Bathing Parade in a Stream Behind the Zone of Fire.
On the Somme: An Anzac Tell French Poilu the Latest News of the British Advance.
Page entitled At the Canteen and in the Repairing Shop:
Black Watch Line up for Refreshments - half page (hp).
Mechanics at Work in the Motor Repair Shop - hp.
Page titled The Doom of Ovillers by British Bombardment:
After the British Shelling of Ovillers: Where Trees, Trenches, Dug-outs, and Individuals Were Utterly Obliterated - near hp.
Ovillers: Two British Soldiers Contemplating the Ruin Wrought by Artillery Fire on the German Trenches - nr hp.
Interior View of the Enemy Trenches Showing Entrance to German Dug-outs - inset photo.
FP titled Trades That Flourish in the Profession of Arms:
Military Tailors Repairing Uniforms near the Battlefield.
Cobblers Shop in Flanders With a Group of Highland Experts.
Four Men Setting Fuses at an Open Air Arsenal Behind the Lines.
Cavalrymen Testing a Small Bridge Over a Trench.
Two Soldiers Tending a Wounded Mule of the Transport Section.
Goat Mascot Attached to an Army Wagon Proceeding to the Trenches with Stores etc. miel
Scottish Cook Preparing Food for His Comrades.
Two Officers Dine Alfresco on the Battlefield Using Ammunition Case for A Table.
FP titled Britons at Home in Dug-outs of the Foe :
Photograph Giving an Idea of How British Soldiers Burrow in the Earth Impelled by the Instict of Self-preservation - nr hp.
Captured German Dug-out Being Used by British Soldiers - hp.
House to House Fighting in Fortified Village of Pozieres: Australian Troops in Hand to Hand Fighting With Germans in a House - fp from a drawing by Stanley L. Wood.
Germans Carrying British Wounded From the Field - fp from a drawing by A. W.
Forty Huns Surrender to Four Yorkshiremen - fp from a drawing by Sheldon.
Kit Inspection in the Battle Zone. .
Gordon Highlanders on Their Way to the Trenches.
German Look-out in Mametz Wood.
Column of German Ammunition Wagons Wiped Out by British Shell Fire.
British Officer Inside a Solidly Constructed German Dug-out with Concrete Roof.
Allied Soldier Guarding Abandoned German Ammunition.
Mountauban on The Somme: Lancashire, Surrey, Kent, Essex, Bedford, and Norfolk Regiments Sweeping Over a Sunken Road Towards the village - hp from a drawing.
Contalmaison: East Surrey Regiment Dribbling Footballs While reive Charging the Germans - hp from a drawing.
FP titled TEuton Triumphs Which Serbia Will Soon Avenge:
The Tragic Winter Retreat by the Serbians - hp showing soldiers and dead horses in a snow scene.
The Austro Germans and Serbian Prisoners on the Road from Belgrade to Cetinje - hp.
Givenchy: The Royal Welsh Fusiliers in a Bayonet Attack Against Germans Who Sprang an Enormous Mine Under the British Trenches - fp from drawing by AW.
The Austrian Lie of Retreat with Broken Enemy Guns Abandoned to the Russians.
Russian Scouts Observing the Enemy from the Ruins of a Mill.
Trenches Flooded by Rain.
Austrian Prisoners Captured in General Brussiloff's Volhynia Offensive.
The Muslim POW Camp at Wunsdorf near Berlin:
Wounded Inmates at Prayer.
Well Nourished and Clean Moslem Prisoners Leaving the Mosque Presented to Them by Kaiser William II.
General View of the Mosque at Wünsdorf Designed Specially to Meet the Requirements of Moslems.
Moslem Prisoners Volunteer Fire Brigade Drawn Outside the Mosque.
Info. aka Halbmondlager Camp at Wunsdorf - k.a the so called jihad experiment.
The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In Service Directly Incidental to the Great War:
Lieutenant Colonel H. E. Brassey - Household Cavalry.
Captain J. P. Forster - Northumberland Fusiliers.
Capt. J. A. Benjamin - Duke of Wellington's.
Capt. R. L. Hoare - London Regiment. Sleekburnc.
Capt. The Hon. R. E. Philipps - Royal Fusiliers.
Lieut. M. L. W. Matthews - west Kent Rgt.
Capt. R. G. Tasker - Worcester Regt.
Lieut. L. A. Lea-Smith - East Kent Regiment.
Capt. H. E. Clifford - South African Infantry.
Capt. W. J. Henderson - Loyal North LAncs.
Lt. P. D. Robinson - Northumberland Fusiliers.
Lt. D. J. J. Hartley - Dragoon Guards.
Lt. A. P. Green - Norfolk Rgt.
Lt. J. F. Healy - Royal Irish Rifles.
Lt. and Adjt. G. S. Cather - Royal Irish Fus.
Lt. A. H. Hales - Wiltshire Regiment.
Sec. Lt. F. G. B. Lys - Northants Regt.
Sec. Lt. T. S. W. Warren - Durham Light Infantry.
Sec. Lieut. E. H. Rogers - Royal Warwicks.
Sec. Lt. H. H. Hodges - Leinster Rgt.
Second Lieutenant A. B. Cook - Royal Fusiliers.
A German Outpost Torpedo Boat Stopping a Dutch Fishing Steamer - hp from a drawing.
German Submarine Hauling Up an Enemy Merchantman Preparatory to Sending Her to The Bottom - hp from a drawing by Felix Schwormstadt.
The Blight of the World! - Specially Drawn by Bernard Partridge for the magazine. Drawing of Kaiser Wilhelm II.
The Anzac and The South African Brigade in Action - by Edward Wright. 2 sides. With mention of incidents, actions and names: Longueval and Delville Wood - Brigadier Gen. Lukin - Colonel Tanner - Colonels Jones and Dawson - Bazentin le Grand - Ovillers - Pozieres - Bazentin le Petit - Africanders - Anzacs - Brandenburgers - Waterlot Farm - South African Lewis Gun team - Buchanan Street - Devils Wood - Derby's Men - Stock Exchange Men - Contalmaison - Territorials - Windmill Hill - etc.
The Royal Fusiliers at Pozieres - by Private H. Evans - fp
Italy's Alpine War - by Luigi Barzine the War Correspondent of the Corriere della Sera - x2sides.
Plus many caption articles to accompany images.
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. The outer spine has been reinforced/repaird. There are binding witness marks and th epages are loose. There is age yellowing and spotting/foxing.There are handling marks to the edges. The photographic images, sketches etc. vary in size. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text.
PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. The outer cover is missing; as far as I can tell there are no other pages missing. 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.
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