1917 WW1 WAR Magazine SOMME Emile Dillon NURSE FLORA SANDS Western Front (7210)

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Original WW1 Antique Publication: SOMME France WESTERN FRONT Nurse Flora Sands RUSSIA Balkans SEBIA Beaucourt EMILE JOSEPH DILLON Fog Bombs MINE SWEEPERS Trenches AIR SCOUT Saxelbye Evers LEYCESTER HORNBY London Rifle Brigade HUBERT WILLIAM LEWIS VC

 

 

 

A magazine detailing events in the First World War

 

2 pages (24 sides)

 

DATE 1917

 

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

French Aviator Returning from a Reconnoitring Trip on the Western Front - front page.

British Soldier Cyclists on a Muddy Road in France.

Artillerymen Their Winter Surcoats in France - inset.

Thirteen Soldiers Having Their Christmas Dinner in a Shell Hole.

Dr Emile Joseph Dillon Correspondent of the Daily Telegraph - small photo.

A Base on the Shore of Eastern Waters Where Monitors (boats) of the Royal Navy Guard British Seaplanes.

Battlefield Snow Scene: Sgt Flora Sands the Scottish Woman in the Serbian Army Being Dragged to Safety at Monastir After Being Wounded - fp from a drawing by Sheldon.

Scottish Bandsmen on the Western Front. .

Men Hauling Heavy Load Along a Muddy Road.

Smiling Group of Officers and Men on the Western Front.

Hunnish Artillerymen Wearing the New German Helmet on the Somme Front.

"Fritz" Firing Fog Bombs on The Somme Front.

British Officers in France Marching Past General Gouraued.

Captured German Giving reive Information of an Officer of the French Intelligence Dept. - inset.

Camel Train in the Desert of Mesopotamia.

Ox convoy in East Africa The Scene of General Smuts Campaign.

Moonlight Attack on the Somme by British Soldiers - fp from a drawing


Crosses, Medals and Orders for Conspicuous Service in the Field - dp showing 32 photos of men:

Temp Lieutenant colonel B. C. Freyberg VC DSOP etc - Surrey Regt and RND.

Rev. H. Leycester Hornby MC.

Rev. M. Saxelbye Evers MC.

Major E. E. Turner DSO - Gloucester Yeomanry.

Lt. Norman Brearley DSO MC.

Rev. E. F. Duncan M.C.

Rev. F. R. Barry DSO.

Private H. W. Lewis VC - Welsh Regt.

Sec. Lieut. J. H. Hill MC - Somersetshire Light Infantry.

Captain T. Maxwell-Scott MC RFC.

Private W. Buckingham MM - City of London Fusiliers.

Lt. P. A. Jones - Cheshire Regt.

Sec. Lt. H. C. Pearson MC KRRC - and Machine Gun Corps.

Sec. Lt. F. Noddle MC RFA. sleekburnc.

Sec. Lt. G. W. Towell MC RFA.

Sgt J. H. Gardham DCM - Machine Gun Corps.

Capt A. C. Vicary MC - Gloucester Regt.

Temp. Capt. C. G. Carson MC - Essex Regt.

Sec. Lt. J. B. Anderson MC - Gordonm Highlanders.

Lt. H. J. G. Icke MC - Hampshire Regt.

Sec. Lt. P. W. Rutherford MC - West Yorks Regt.

Sec. Lt. E. W. Sussex MC - Scottish Rifles.

Sec. Lt. K. H. Bond MC - Notts and Derby Regt.

Sec. Lt. J. A. B. Paul MC - East Surrey Regt.

Sec. Lt. I. V. Pyott DSO RFC.

Lt. F. J. Arnold MC - Machine Gun Corps.

Temp. Lt. E. P. Bennett VC - Worc. Regt.

Sec. Lt. K. E. J. Smith MC - Kings Liverpool Regt.

Captain G. P.Nunnelley MC - Bedford Regt.

Sgt Justin Cowley DCM MM.

Lt. R. T. Patey MC - Kings Liverpool Regt.

Flight Sub Lt. G. W. R. Fane DSC RNAS.


Long Range Naval Guns in Action on Shore at The Somme.

Missing New Zealander Brings in a Handful of Huns - full page from a drawing by AW.


FP titled Delicatessen for Teuton Trenchermen:

Enemy Butchers Taking Stock of Their Sausages.

A Cart of Poultry and Game, Supplies for the Austrian Troops.

Enemy Roofed Trenches in Process of Construction at Zellendorf; and The Finished Trenches - x2photos

Bulgarian Prisoners Road Mending in Serbia.


The Evzones, Greek Highland Regiments Wearing Kilts, Leaving Salonika For the Front.

Colonel Christodoulous at The Head of His Troops as They Leave Salonika. - Info. Thessaloniki.

Two Cretans, Fine Fighting Men From the Home of M. Venizelos, Fighting Men - inset photo.

Group Photo of Officers of the London Rifle Brigade to accompany the article The London Rifle Brigade. Advance on The Somme: Sec. Lt. W. G. Perrin - Sec Lt. D. McOwan - Sec. LT. A. L. Benns - Lt. R. D. S. Charles - Sec. Lt. A. J. Collins - Sec. Lt. E. E. Higham - Sec. Lt. C. H. Marrriott - Lt. C. R. Taylor - Sec. Lt. B. F. Sawbridge - Sec. Lt. C. E. Ovington - Sec. Lt. E. R. Williamson - Sec. Lt. A. C. Feast - Sec. Lt. H. C. Beard - Sec. Lt. A. E. Sedgwick - Lt. B. Bromiley - Sec. Lt. C. H. Sell - Lt. F. Williamson - Sec. Lt. H. Smith - Sec. Lt. L. H. Pullen - Sec. Lt. B. L. E. Pocock - Lt. A. Read - Capt. C. W. Long - Capt. J. R. Somers-Smith - Major M. Soames - Major N. C. King - Capt and Adj. J. F. C. Bennett - miel - Capt W. Paxman - Lt. C. E. Clode-Baker - Sec. Lt. H. M. Camden - Lt. P. TItley - Quartermaster Mister Hon. Lt. W. Kelly - Sec. Lt. F. M. Wheatley - Sec. Lt. E. S. Bauloft - Sec. Lt. M. E. C. Gardiner - Sec. Lt. L. W. Collins - Sec. Lt. F. E. Hewitt - Sec. Lt. C. B. Dolust - Sec. Lt. J. H. Stransom - Sec. Lt. J. H. Howe.


IN the English Channel:

Three Cheerful Men on One of the Mine Sweepers Fixing a Cable.

Crew of a Channel Mine Sweeper.

One of the Mine Sweeping Fleet That Kept the Channel Clear.

Result of a Mine Sweepers Find.


IN the Snow On The Russian Front - fp showing x6pics.

Soldiers on the STreets of Monastir in The Balkans - x5pics.

Men, Horses and Guns Stuck in the Mud - fp from a drawing by C. Clark.

Campaigning Comrades: A Mule and Its Handler.

Verdun: French Triumphant on the Heights - fp from a drawing showing Poilus planting the Tricolour on a re-won height.

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This second part of the description features articles etc (not images):
 

Article about winter life for the soldiers on The Somme; quarters, clothing, food, trench fires without smoke etc. - by Basil Clarke.

Article by the correspondent for the Daily Telegraph Dr. Emile Joseph Dillon.

London Rifle Brigade by A. W. Holland.

With the Royal Naval Division at Beaucourt by Able Seaman W. Collins, Hood Battalion.

Plus many caption articles to accompany the images. Sleekburnc.2001

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 the front page is present; 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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