Please read condition report at the end of the description.
This first part of the description features a list of Images i.e. photographs, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:
' Late Lieutenant Gen. Sir Stanley Maude Who Died In Mesopotamia ' (some small creasing or cracking to this image)
' Auguste Rodin Dies '
'Map Showing Recent German Mass Manoeuvres ' small map showing Berlin – Vienna – Riga – Constantinople – Salonika – Rome – Helsinfors etc
' Map Showing The Italian Stand on the Piave – Westward From Belluno ' shows – Parre – Breno – Gargnano – Part Lake Garda – Pai – Rovereto – Chiampo – etc
' Map Showing the Italian Stand – The Line Along the Piave – Monte Grappa and The Sette Communi ' shows Trento – Riva – Tezze – Borgo – Arsiero – Bassano – Fleltre – Vittorio - Reive – Castelfranco – Treviso – Austro German Crossing Held by Italians – Latisana – S. Dona di Piave – etc
' Car Travelling Along A Road Cut Out of the Rock Along Lake Garda '
' Venetia Province – A Waterway and Bridge ' Sleekburnc.
' An Illustrated Birds Eye Relief Map Looking Toward the Venetian Plain – The Italian Defensive Line Between the Brenta and The Piave ' * map drawn by R. M. Paxton - showing Val Sugana – River Brenta – Mount fiara – Mount Dodici – Conegliano – Piala – Il montello – Mount Prassolan – Monte Grappa - Miel – Asiago Occupied by the Enemy – Bassano – With Venice in the distance – etc *
' Birds Eye Relief Map Showing the Capture of Jaffa and Ascalon with the British Foerces in the Valley of Euphrates and Tigris Plus the Seaboard of Palestine ' * map drawn by D. Macpherson - some of the names shown are Mt. Ararat in the distance – Tarsus – Alexandretta – Antioch – Aleppo – Hama – Latakia or Laodicia – Cyprus – Tarabulus or Tripoli – Beirut – Saida or Sidon – Es-sur or Tyre – Acra Bay – Jaffa – Pass of Megiddo – Ashdod – Gaza – Port Said – Suez Canal – Cairo – Beersheba- Damascus – Mt. Hermon – Tedrit – Mosul – Khanikin – Gen Maude's Army – Mesopotamia – Basra – etc*
' Birds Eye Illustrated Relief Map Showing The Position of Jerusalem Seen From the Dead Sea Valley ' *map drawn by D. Macpherson - showing Bethlehem – Wady ed Derejeh – Valleyt of Hinnom – Jerusalem – Dome to the Rock etc – Garden of Gethsemane – Bethany – Siloam – Kidron – Desert of Judea – Wady ed Nar – Mount of Olives – Samaria – Mount Lebanon and Tabor – Sea of Tiberias – Railway to Damascus – Jericho – Jordan Valley and River – Mountains of Moab – Mt. Hermon etc – crack to an area of the map
' Graph Showing the Decline in Sinkings by Submarines of British Vessels '
' The Greek Premier – Eleftherios Venizelos ' photograph by Barnett
' The Son of Lord Rosebery Dies of Wounds – Captain The Right Honourable Neil Primrose '
' Sir Charles Holroyd The Keeper of the Tate Gallery Dies ' photograph by Swaine – crack style crease to photograph
' The New French Premier – Georges Clemenceau ' photograph by Hoppe
' Bombing Practice for British Seaplanes With The Target Being Towed by an RNAS Hydroplane (Motor Boat)' Full page drawing by G. H. Davis
' Residents of Peking – Mr. W. W. Willoughby From The USA – M. G. Padoux from France – Dr. G. E. Morrison from GB – M. H. de Codt from Belgium – Dr Nagao Ariga from Japan ' – info. Beijing
' In Paris - Mister Lloyd George Giving a Speech on Allied Strategy '
' Soldiers Marching Through a Decorated Street in the US '
' An Assembly of Troops Before They Head Off for a Training Camp – Assembled in the Street '
' The Swamps of Flanders Over Which Men Marched in the Fight for Passchendaele Ridge ' - This was a double page photograph, but as the next two pages are missing - this is only half a picture
Five scenes from " The Saving Grace" by Mister C. Haddon Chambers – Mr Charles hawtrey – Miss Mary Jerrold – Mr Noel Coward - Miss Ellis Jeffreys – and others (several small tears to the bottom border of this page)
The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War:
Captain P. H. Allard – RFA
Lieutenant R. Y. Herbert – RFA
Flight Sub Lieutenant G. G. Bowman – RNAS
2nd Lieutenant V. Donnaldson-Selby – Lincolnshire Regiment
Captain L. H. Horncastle MC – Wiltshire Regiment (attached RFC)
Lieutenant V. H. Stiles – London Regt.
2nd Lieutenant H. H. H. Hoard – Northumberland Fus.
Lieutenant H. A. N. Callaghan – Liverpool Regiment
Lieutenant G Webb – R. W. Surrey Regiment Sleekburnc.
Rev. W. L. S. Dallas CF of Canada
2nd Lieutenant F. Fullerton – Loyal North Lancashire Regt.
Lieutenant R. E. Nowell – RFC
Flight Sub Lieutenant N. S. Wright – Royal naval Air Service
2nd Lieutenant G. Mackie – Royal Scots
2nd Lieutenant R. E. C. Mead – East Kent Regt.
Lieutenant Colonel E. A B. Alston – Northampton Regiment Att. Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry
Captain W. C. Messenger – Rifle Brigade
Major J. A. Gibbs DSO – Welsh Regiment
Captain B. W. Conway – Manchester Regt.
Major C. E. S. Beatson - RFA (several small tears to the bottom border of this page)
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:
French Military Leaders – General paul Francois Anthoine – General Robert Nivelle – General Charles Mangin – Gen. Franche D'Esperey – Gen. J. A. Micheler Gen. Fayolle – Gen. Guillaumat – Gen. Debeney
The Great European War – Week by Week – A Summary of the war to date inc. the Prime Ministers speech and the Allied Council etc
Joe – A Poem by Bernard Moore
The Struggle in Italy and The Defence of the Piave Line - - Sette Comuni
The Advance into Palestine
British Shipping Losses by Sir Eric Geddes Sleekburnc.
In The Time of War and Tumults by Thomas Hardy - poem
Column – by E. V. Lucas
The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. It measures 400 x 260 mm (15.75 x 10.25 inches). 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 some of the double page images are detached down centre, SEE *. There is no red advertising cover. There is some age yellowing with some spotting. There are crackle type marks to some of the pages. Some of the pages may be loose, and have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age. The images vary in size. Quotation or speech marks in the text signifies the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page.
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 are no pages missing apart from the outer advertsing cover, 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.
Info. in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text.