Wide World, The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1916, No. 224, Vol. 38 - My Seven Years' Imprisonment in Prussia


Pages 98-190 plus 22 pages of ads. Features: Scabano of Porcupine River - a Yukon tale recounted by Mr. Charles Glenney; "His Lordship" - what happened when a 'real, live, lord' came to visit the factor John Macdonald in charge of Fort Rice Post, Mackenzieland, Canada; Canada's Last Frontier - Francis J. Dickie visits Canada's Peace River Country - Part I of article with photos; In the Droving Days - an 1896 story of a 'grass-stealer' in Australia; Under the Keel - a 1908 story of a scary diving experience; The Fire-Fighters of the Wilds - America's defensive organization to protect her great forests - article with many great photos; The Light Blue Envelope - a well-known French detective-inspector, a member of the Surete Generale explains how he unravelled a South American poisoning mystery; My Seven Years' Imprisonment in Prussia - M. Paul Chorenne, a French Engineer, was arrested as a suspected spy - here are recounted two of his dramatic attempted escapes; Fishers of the Air - for a thousand years the residents of Cava Dei Tirreni in Italy have hunted wild pigeons with slings and nets - with fascinating photos; The Mutiny of the Z - part two of one of the worst mutinies to ever occur on a British ship; A Desperate Drive - a battle for life with hunger-crazed wolves; A Deal in Eggs - how two youths made money out of rotten eggs; An Englishwoman in South America - part 1 of this photo-illustrated article about Mrs. M. Mayer-Nixson on the West Coast of South America; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this fascinating vintage issue.

Title: Wide World, The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1916, No. 224, Vol. 38 - My Seven Years' Imprisonment in Prussia

Author Name: Goodchild, G.; Francis, D.; Dickie, F.; "Muzaffer"; Willey, D.; Brandreth, C.; Anderson, A.; Et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Travel, Exploration & Adventure,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The International News Company: 1916

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 123H0546

Keywords: Wide World, The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1916, No. 224, Vol. 38 - My Seven Years' Imprisonment in Prussia Scabano of Porcupine River - a Yukon tale recounted by Mr. Charles Glenney; "His Lordship" - what happened when a 'real, live, lord' came to visit the factor John Macdonald in charge of Fort Rice Post, Mackenzieland, Canada; Canada's Last Frontier - Francis J. Dickie visits Canada's Peace River Country - Part I of article with photos; In the Droving Days - an 1896 story of a 'grass-stealer' in Australia; Under the Keel - a 1908 story of a scary diving experience; The Fire-Fighters of the Wilds - America's defensive organization to protect her great forests - article with many great photos; The Light Blue Envelope - a well-known French detective-inspector, a member of the Surete Generale explains how he unravelled a South American poisoning mystery; My Seven Years' Imprisonment in Prussia - M. Paul Chorenne, a French Engineer, was arrested as a suspected spy - here are recounted two of his dramatic attempted escapes; Fishers of the Air - for a thousand years the residents of Cava Dei Tirreni in Italy have hunted wild pigeons with slings and nets - with fascinating photos; The Mutiny of the Z - part two of one of the worst mutinies to ever occur on a British ship; A Desperate Drive - a battle for life with hunger-crazed wolves; A Deal in Eggs - how two youths made money out of rotten eggs; An Englishwoman in South America - part 1 of this photo-illustrated article about Mrs. M. Mayer-Nixson on the West Coast of South America,