This listing is for a full page print from a publication, as the date states and not a modern reproduction.
A full page showing sixteen photographic images of some of the officers killed in action in 1916:
Lieutenant H. R. Andrews - West Yorkshire Regiment att. Lancashire Fusiliers. Info. Hector George Robert Frank Andrews
Lieutenant N. A. Morice - East Yorkshire Regiment. Info. Norman Archibald Morice
Lieutenant F. Crathorne - General List att. Royal Engineers. Info. Frederick Crathorne Mining Engineer attd. 252nd Tunnelling Company son of John Crathorne, of Vryheid, Natal, South Africa.
Lieutenant J. W. Davies - Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Info. John Wesley Davies of Stansfield, Mold Rd, Wrexham,Wales. Reive
Second Lieutenant L. F. Moon - Devon Regiment. Info. Leonard James Moon, a cricketer, died of wounds near Karasouli, Salonica, Greece.
Lieutenant W. Duff - Cameronians. Info. William Duff of Ramleh, Busby, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Lieutenant B. E. Hicks - Royal Berkshire Regiment. Info. I believe this should read B. P. Hicks as in Basil Perrin, son of William Michinson Hicks of Leamhurst, Ivy Park Rd. Sheffield.
Lieutenant E. G. Williams - Grenadier Guards. Info. Edward Gordon Williams
Lieutenant F. L. Pusch DSO - Irish Guards. Info. Frederick Leopold son of Emile and Helen of 5, Albert Court, Kensington Gore, London.
Lieutenant J. C. Morrow - Canadian Engineers. Info. James Curzon Morrow son of James and Marian of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Lieutenant Surgeon P. J. Walsh - RAMC Serving with Indian Troops in France. Keenlyside
Lieutenant C. H. Newton - Kings Royal Rifle Corps. Info. of Crown House, Aldwych, London
Lieutenant A. H. Bell - Canadian M.R. att. 5th Infantry Brigade HQ. Info. Alexander Herbert Bell of The Hillside, Hassocks, Sussex.
Lieutenant C. L. Mere - Royal Lancaster Regiment. Info. Colin Leigh Mere Keenlyside
Lieutenant S. R. V. Travers - Munster Fusiliers. Info. Spencer Robert Valentine Travers of West View, Glandore, Co. Cork, Ireland
Lieutenant J. P. Phillimore B.Sc. - East Kent Regiment the Buffs. Info. Jasper Prescott Phillimore son of Joseph Phillimore.
On the reverse are two photographic images from Canadian and British official photographs: Havoc Caused by Shell fire in the Big Push of July 1916 - a trench scene, and a scene outside a ruined village near Mametz.
Provenance: The Great War - Amalgamated Press. Published circa 1916-17.
The page measures 310 x 225 mm (12.25 x 8.75 inches) approx. There are images/text on both sides. There is a little age yellowing with handling marks to the edges. There is a slight indented mark to the bottom of the page. This item will be packaged in a board backed envelope. The watermark is for the listing image only and is not on the actual print/map. * Info. in the description is my research only and does not form part of the print. Please feel free to ask any questions, we will try to answer promptly. (555)
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