1918 WW1 NEWSPAPER Locker-Lampson JOHN STREET William le Queux GREAT WAR (0100)

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Original WW1 Illustrated Newspaper/Magazine - Packaged Wt. 140g
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Howard Chandler Christy MAJOR CECIL JOHN CHARLES STREET William Le Queux COMMANDER LOCKER-LAMPSON

 

WW1 Newspaper

Every Week Illustrated

DATE 1918

 

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

 

Howard Chandler Christy the Well Known American Artist Working on a War Poster - front page.

The Short Age - full page (fp) of comical sketches looking at solving the problems of shortages in various materials etc. by what looks like H. H. Harris.

FP titled Stiffening the Khaki Line showing x3photos of troops probably on the Western Front in France.

Major C. J. C. Street.

Men Watching a German Position Through Binoculars.


British Tanks - fp showing x3photos:

One of Our Land Destroyers Steering Its Way to the Front through Burning Hamlets.

French Cavalry With British Soldiers Waiting for the Boche in a village.

Tanks Passing Through a French Village.


British Soldiers Resting Before Falling in Again.

British and German Soldiers Talking Over Tactics.

A Line of Smiling British Soldiers.


Getting Information - Pilots and Aeroplanes - fp:

An Observer Still in His Aeroplane Discussing With Two others and Handing in His Report of the Enemy.

Captured Hun Officer Talking to an Interpreter .

Line of Aeroplanes.


Commander Locker Lampson - Condemned by the Kaiser.

Machine Gunners Going Foreward from the Reserve.

A Huge Naval Patter Gun On Land.

Similar Gun to Big Bertha in Action.

Grim Sea Fight: Hun Raiders in the Grip of the Dover Patrol - double page from a drawing by W. Edward Wigfull; with an inset photo of Vice Admiral R. J. B. Keyes Commanding Dover Patrol. The picture shows a scouting airship having detected a Uboat, called up the destroyer to send down depth charges.

Tommies MArching Through a French Town or Village.

Tanks and Transport Carts Going Through a Street in France./

British Troops on Guard at a Barricade.


With the Navy:

Men Operating a Fifteen Inch Naval Gun on the Deck of a Ship.

Sailor Hoisting the Life Line Along the Deck of a Destroyer.

The Gun Shield and Window Fittings on a Ship.

The US Navy Steering Wheel Made of Metal Canvas etc.

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Guns That Saved the Day:

Men Operating and Placing Heavy Guns x3photos.

Beware Gas - Poilu Sound the Alarm Warning His Sector of a Coming Gas Attack.

A Line of Troops in a Trench Awaiting an Advance of the Enemy Under Cover of a Noxious Cloud.

A GRoup Of Huns Who Failed to Escape.


Lieutenant Walter Kilroy Harris of New South Wales Australia Awarded the DSO.

One of the Shells Fired From the Long Range Gun That Bombarded Paris and Burst.

Giant Howitzer on A Rotating Platform .

Transporting a Giant Gun.

One of the Heavies (gun) Hidden From Aerial Observers by a Grove of Trees.

Out of Their Own Mouths, Recent German Indictments of Germany: Prince Lichnowsky - Herr Von Jagow - Dr Michaelis.

Adverts:

Front cover showing various ads.

Redio Patent Self Contaied Polishing Cloths.

Lista Pure Silk Pyjamas etc.

An-on Underwear.

Perrys Pens.

Swan and Edgar of Regent Street and Piccadilly WI: Gentlemens Outfitters - hp.Young Girls Frock from Dickins and Jones - with price.

Paton's Boot and Shoe Laces.

Kkovah Health Salt.

Lux Shampoo Soap.

Movol Stain Remover.

Whiteleys The Great Queen's Road Furnighsing Store - fp.

Shaving Stick for Sailors from Boots the Chemists - fp back cover - a little foxed .

 

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

From Behind the Curtain - by William Le Queux - fp with paragraphs: Was Von Radek a Spy - - More Revelations Imminent - - Wasted Paper! - - Madame Hesketh - - Suggestion to the Police - - Results of Our Frightfulness.

Looking Around by Monocle: The Man of Fifty - - Changing Estimates - - The German Plot - - Age Admitted - - Being Killed of Being Drilled? - - Young Hearts and Old Arteries - - Prime Minister Way - - Wayward Irishman - - British Soldier - - Season Tickets - - Luxury Trades.Watching A Shoot by Major C. J. C. Street RGA - plotting positions from trenches ready for an attack etc.

Condemned By The Kaiser. 20,000 Marks Offered for Commander Locker- Lampson - Interview - fp.

Various articles: Tommy's Leave Club in Paris (British Army and Navy Leave Club) - - Personel

Battle That Decides the War by Edmund Dane: Fritz's Monkey Tricks - - Spoiling the Progreamme - - Confusion Worse Confounded - Between the Spasms - Popular Ideas - - Masses in Reserve - - Can He Recover.

The Last Word by Parthenope.

Out of Their Own Mouths; Recent German Indictments of Germany - Letter sent by Dr Wilheilm Muhlon of Krupps to Bethmann-Hollweg - - Prince Lichnowsky - - Michaelis - - Herr Von Jagow - - Vorwarts - - Kaiser Karl

Plus many small caption articles to accompany the images.

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A very descriptive publication, printed on a light quality paper priced 3d. A cheaper option to some of the more popular illustrated magazines of the day, such as Illustrated London News etc. but nontheless interesting and informative. The paper was printed by United Newspapers which was founded by David Lloyd George in 1918.

14 pages (28 sides). It measures 315mmx220mm (12.5 x 8.5 inches) approx. This publication is an original used issue. There is age yellowing and spotting/foxing and some marking. It retains the outer advertising cover. The photographic images, sketches etc. vary in size. This item will be packaged in a board backed envelope.

PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. 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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Code 0100 Wt140g
Condition Used
Weight 0.15kg