The War Illustrated - A Picture-Record of Events By Land, Sea and Air, 22nd April [Apr] 1916, No. 88, Vol. 4

By: Hammerton, J.A.: Editor

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Condition: Fair


24 pages. Features: Romance of Rail-Power in the War - article with map of the principal railways of Europe and Asia Minor and map of the railway systems of the Allies and Germany; Photo of French children watching German prisoners taken at Verdun; photo of a troop of the King's African Rifles; Two photos of artillery action on the East African Front; Three photos of war scenes and incidents east of Suez; Photo of the Persian city of Ispahan; Photo of Turkish troops training in Syria; Three photos of the devastation of Verdun; Three photos of refugees from Verdun and fighting men from Vaux; Two photos of emergency treatment of wounded at Salonika; Preparing for the Supreme Evant - article by F.A. McKenzie on Allied plans for a simultaneous offensive on all fronts; Four photos of the destruction of Arras; Factors that fashion neutral policy - article by Commander Carlyon Bellairs; Three photos of a British camp in France; Photos of fourteen brave British sons decorated for valour; The Cameron Highlanders - one page of text. Appears to have been disbound from a hardcover volume. Lacking outer wraps. Some pages loose but all present. A rough but worthy reference copy.

Title: The War Illustrated - A Picture-Record of Events By Land, Sea and Air, 22nd April [Apr] 1916, No. 88, Vol. 4

Author: Hammerton, J.A.: Editor

Categories: Military, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Amalgamated Press, Ltd.: 1916

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Fair

Size: 4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 653h5159

Keywords: Rail-Power, railways - Europe, railways - Asia Minor, Allied railways, German railways, German POWs - Verdun, King's African Rifles, East African Front - artillery; East of Suez, Ispahan, Turkish troops in Syria, Verdun devastation, Refugees - Verdun, fighting men - Vaux, Salonika - treatment of wounded, Allied offensive, F.A. McKenzie, Arras - photos, Commander Carlyon Bellairs, medal recipients, The Cameron Highlanders,