The War Illustrated - A Picture-Record of Events By Land, Sea and Air, 19th February [Feb] 1916, No. 79, Vol. 4

By: Hammerton, J.A.: Editor

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24 pages. Consolidating British Positions in the Balkans; Photos of flame attacks by night and day; Photos of British troops in respirators walking through poison gas from their own bombs; Photo of a French artillery commander's hardened headquarters; Photo of French troops and their gun which fires 220lb shells - such guns helped the French win at Champagne in 1915; Roadside photo of German troops killed and wounded by a French bombardment of howitzers; Photo of a floating bridge being constructed across the Tigris by Indo-British Pioneers; Photo of dozens of British sailors pulling a naval gun across a Mesopotamian desert; Photos of belligerents carrying goods in Cameroon; Photo of Russian machine guns and gunners on the bessarabia front; Good Bye to Gallipoli! - the last scenes - four photos and one two-page illustration (which is loose but present); Records of the Regments in the War - XI - The Dorsets; Photos of mascots; Before, during, and after photos of the German demolition of the church of Lampernisse; Three photos of Damage in Paris after a Zeppelin bombing raid; Photos of 17 brave British sons decorated for Valour. Lacking outer wraps. Last page loose but present. Appears to have been disbound from a hardcover volume. A rough but worthy reference copy.

Title: The War Illustrated - A Picture-Record of Events By Land, Sea and Air, 19th February [Feb] 1916, No. 79, Vol. 4

Author Name: Hammerton, J.A.: Editor

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Amalgamated Press, Ltd.: 1916

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 653H5156

Keywords: Balkans, flame-throwers, poison gas training - British, hardened position, French artillery, Champagne, German casualties, floating bridges - Tigris, Indo-British Pioneers, Cameroon, Russian machine guns - bessarabia, Gallipoli - withdrawal , Dorset regiment, mascots; church of Lampernisse - demolition, Paris bomb Damage - Zeppelin attacks; British Medal Recipients,