1917 WW1 Magazine CALEB SALEEBY Karl of Austria NURSE BAIRD Kaiser WIlhelm (8210

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KAISER WILHELM Karl of Austria GURKHAS IN MESOPOTAMIA Nurses Annie Inglis Baird MACEDONIA Medicine in War Caleb Saleeby WESTERN FRONT East Africa FLANDERS Somme ATHENS PORT Gurkhas Mesopatimia SOMME London Rifle Brigade RUSSIAN FRONT East AFrica EGYPT General Hilmi Pasha ROLL OF HONOURED DEAD Medal Recipients



A magazine detailing events in the First World War


12 pages (24 sides)


DATE 1917


This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, sketches, maps, drawings:

East Africa: General Lyall's Column Fighting With a German Force on the Duthumi-Kideringwa Road - full page (fp)

Kaiser Wilhelm and Karl I of Austria Hungary, Inspecting German Troops on the Western Front .

Small Map: Austria Hungary Ethnographical Showing Distribution etc.

General Hilmi Pasha Chief of the Turks in Dobruja.

General Von Falkenhayn, Commander Austro German Troops, in a Captured Rumanian Town.

Windjammers in a High Wind - fp from drawing by G. H. Davis.

A Desert Column Marching on the Camel Route from eGypt to Syria.

Australian Mounted Trooper Bringing in a Couple of Blindfolded Bedouin Spies.

The Padre on a Truck in Western Egypt

Camels Carrying Water.

Gurkhas in Mesopotamia - fp showing x3pics.

Macedonia: French Infantry Leaving Trenches, Bayonets Fixed - British Sentries Examining Macedonian Peasants Permit - Bulgarian Prisoners From Monastire Marching to Salonika - French and Serbs Waiting to Spring forward to Attack Bulgarian Trench - Serbian Advancing on Monastir Reaches hiw Own Home and Children - fp showing x5pics.

The Hon,. Mrs Percy Wyndham VAD. - info. nee Diana Lister.

Miss A. I. Baird RRC First Class QAIMNSR (nurse). - (Info. Annie Inglis Baird sister of John Logi Baird)

Lady Rosemary Leveson-Gower VAD.

Red CRoss and Green Cross Nurses at a Railway Station in Paris.

Staff nurse Catherine Carruthers Territorial Nursing Service Awarded MM.

Madame MAcherez The Heroine of Soissons from a Painting by M. G. Boncart.

Screens Used to Mask Railway Lines.

British Soldiers Lunch Break

Portuguese Troops Now on the Western Front: Officers Just Arrived in Paris.

Portuguese Soldiers Being Shown Round Paris by Two Friends.

Dr C. W. Saleeby - small photo.

A Dejected German Prisoner - fp photograph.

Smiling Young English Soldier - fp photo.

Quinine Parade in The Balkans.

Scotsmen at the Entrance to Their Hut on New Years Day.

Australian Sharing his Hat with a Camel.

Cheery Group of Anzacs.

Crew of a British Destroyer and Their Pet Hog Mascot.

Ruins of a Bath Found in a "Wrecked German Position by Our Gay Fellows as They Advanced".

Group of Wounded Soldiers Enjoying a Joke.

East Africa: Artillery - German Commandant of Bukoba - Typical Country - Flooded Trenches - x4pics.

A Sawmill Being Built Around an Engine.

Fitting the Revolving Saw into Place in a Woodland Mill.

Lieutenant Smyth VC Returning from The Trenches at the head of His Company of Sikhs.

Carpenters Cutting Up Large Tree Trunks.

Cossack Scouts Encounter a German Patrol - fp from a drawing by Stanley L. Wood.

French Poilus Dragging an Exhausted Mule Out of a Water Filled Shell Hole.

A Couple of Mules Stuck in a Shell Hole Pond , Being Pulled out by Two French Soldiers and a British Comrade.

Artillerymen on a Water Logged Way in Flanders: Digging a Horse Stuck reive in The Mud - half page (hp).

Scottish Bombers , Having Reached the Parapet, Launching Their Bombs to Prepare for Their Comrades To Advance - hp.

The Port of Athens with Several Warships in Readiness.

Arrival of a Shipload of Horses at Salonika.

ON a French Transport Ship: Men Inspecting a Gun Placed in Readiness to Be Uses Against Enemy Submarines.

Crane Lifting a Heavy Gun from a French Ship.

Some of MAngins Men Who Drove miel the Germans out of Douamont.

A French 370 Gun on a Moving Carriage.

A Red Cross Dog on the Battlefield Carrying the Cup of A Wounded Zouave as Proof to the Stretcher Bearers.

Roll of Honour:

Captain Frederick Courtenay Selous DSO - Frontiersmens Battalion - the famous explorer age 65

Captain F. G. A. Arkwright - Hussars and RFC.

Capt. R. F. Gossett - East Yorks Regt.

Capt. E. L. Berkinshaw - Canadian Mounted Rifles.

Capt. G. G. Blackburn - West Yorks Regt.

Capt. J. D. Whyte - Royal Sussex Regt.

Capt. H. S. Wright - Manchester Regt.

Capt. H. G. Nobbs - London Regt.

Lt. D. W. Ll. Jones - London Regt. - info. David William Llewellwyn Jones Son of the Rev. Canon Jones and Katharine Edwards Jones, of Tregarth, Penmaenmawr, Wales.

Lieutenant J. M. J. Kenny ASC att. RFC. c.keenlyside.

Sec. Lt. H. D. Crompton RFA and RFC.

Lt. J. R. Ponton - Canadian Infantry.

Sec. Lieutenant Arthur A. France - Canadian Army Medical Corps - Info. Bradford Architect.

Lieutenant A. V. L. Corey - Grenadier Guards. - info. Armar Valentine Lowry-Corry of Llangattock Court, Crickhowell, Breconshire

Sec. Lt. C .L. Davies - Middx att. Berkshire Regt. - Cecil Lloyd Davies of Swansea.

Sec. Lt. John Scarlett Pym DCM - Royal West Surrey Regt.

Sec. Lt. Robert Henry Tomlinson - Kings Liverpool Regiment - of Moss Lane, Orrell Park, Liverpool.

Sec. Lt. W. A. Burrows - London Regt. - info. William Arthur, h/o Emily Elizabeth Burrows, of Eynsford, Finchley Garden Village, Church End, Finchley, London.

Sec. Lt. G. W. Dampier RFC - info. Glenny William.

This second part of the description features the main articles etc (no image unless listed above):

War Time Progress in Medicine by Dr W. C. Saleeby and includes: Greatest Medical Triumph of the War; Antitoxin Treatment of Tetanus TAB; Discovery of New Antiseptics - Evolution of the Medical Profession; etc. - info. Caleb Williams Saleeby.

Austria, The New Emperor, and the Prussian Yoke - by Dr James Murphy

Excursions During a Night Watch.

Plus many caption articles to accompany the images. sleekburnc.2701

Please see main description link for content list (mobile users). An original 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") approx. Spine is loose with binding witness marks. There is age yellowing/toning and some marking. Some creases etc to corners and handling marks to edges. Images, 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. The outer cover is missing; but as far as I can tell there are no other pages missing. If you're 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.

"Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text.

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