Balfour Wilson SINAI PENINSULA Salonika
This first part of the description features items which have Images i.e. sketches, photographs and drawings etc (these often have descriptive articles but not always) They include :-
The Front Cover or Page is missing
A " Sphere " Readers Treatment of Our Moolight Chart ...
A Placard Posted at Mulhausen By The German Burgomaster Offering a Reward of 1000 Marks ...
A New French War PosterRegulating the Price of Sugar, by The Prefect of Police, Paris
A New French War Poster Regulating the Price of Coal ..
With The RAMC in France - An Advanced Dressing Station on The Western Front double page photograph
Snow on the Western Front - Outside a Divisional Canteen During
Troops Leaving a Reserve Trench in a Snow Covered Stretch of the War Zone
HOme From the Front - Giving Flowers to the Wounded at the London Railway Termini full page from a sketch drawn by M. Ugo - info. by italian war artist Ugo Matania
The Threat to Switzerland - the Mountain Mas of Switzerland map
The Advance Across the Sinai Peninsula and Miel the Occupation of Turkish Positions in Syria relief style map
The Scrub Covered Hills Behind the Allied Lines full page photograph showing soldiers looking up at the considerable aeroplane activity
A Billet At Salonika
TheThree Main Rivers Which Affect the Salonika Position small map
the critical areas to south of salonika map showing railway lines etc
Two Captured German Machines at Salonika - An Aviatik Brought down By aFrench Airman on View in The Streets of Salonika
a german aviatik brought down by a french pilot over salonika, and wounded prisoner
2nd Lieutenant M. H. Carne - Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry
2nd Lieutenant C. K. O. Graham - Durham Light Infantry
2nd Lieutenant T. F. Whimster - Royal engineers
Captain C. E. D. King MC - Yorksire Light Infantry
Captain H. C. Gouldsbury - Royal Bershire Regt. (att. Kings African Rifles )
Captain A. G. Ottley - East Yorkshire Regt.
Lieutenant K. C. G. Ottley - West India Regt brother of the above
Major G. G. Ottley - Yorkshire Light Infantry cousin of the above
Full page showing a photograph of each man
At Home With The Wounded -
Some Memers of the Summerdown Camp Needlework Guild the Convalescent Hospital at Eastbourne
An Ingenious Indicator of Soldiers Wants at Overcliff Hospital at Westcliff on Sea
Wounded Soldiers Making Lampshades at Orpington Canadian Hospital
A Winter Party at Caxton Hall Westminster
The Late William de Morgan
The Late Sir Edward B.Tylor
Women a Workers
Munition Maker and Miller a girl sitting on the steps of a mill
Women at work in the Thames Paper Mill at Purfleet - Hoisting a Reel to a Machine
Women at the Helm - A Woman on a Barge
the Woman Mechanic - On the Underground Railways Workshop
Helping the Brickmakers Sleekburnc.
A Railway Signalwoman at Crieff Perthshire
Training Women as Tram Drivers in Glasgow
Clay Washers at Work in Cornwall
A Balloon Ascent Over the New London Bridge - From an Old Print
A Reduced Reproduction of a page of the Play of " Sir Thoma More " Supposed to be In Shaksperes Handwriting
This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:
What to See in London
The Great European War - Week by Week - Britain's Reply to President Wilson and His Peace Note - Significant utterances from Mr Balfour's Historical Reply
Someone - Somewhere - a poem by Bernard Moore
The Situation at Salonika by EF Sleekburnc.
With The Salonika Army - Some Notes on the Bird Life of the Country by W. P. Pycraft
A Literary Letter by CKS Sleekburnc.
The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
It measures 370 x 260 mm (14.5 x 10 " ). There is a little age yellowing. The spine and pages are loose with binding witness marks. Some of the double paged photographs, sketches, diagrams etc are detached on the centre fold of the paper therefore the images are detached down centre. There is no red advertising cover. There are a few small tears to border edge. The 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. As far as I can tell there is ONE page missing but if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. .
This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested.
PLEASE ALSO NOTE That the banners, or mastheads vary, and the scan shown is only a representative sample.
Info. in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, not necessarily in the text.
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