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Image for The Sphere Magazine - The Empire's Illustrated Weekly: January 20, 1945

The Sphere Magazine - The Empire's Illustrated Weekly: January 20, 1945

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: London, Illustrated Newspapers Ltd.: 1945

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 146A0286

Condition: Good


Photos include: scene from the Battle of the Bulge; the capture of Laroche; The capture of Samree; photos from the snowy battlefields of Belgium; scenes from Italy, Burma and Greece; the battle of Budapest; Hard weather on the North Atlantic supply routes; air relief of Bastogne; The new German Royal Tiger Tank; First photo of the American version of the V1 being built by Ford at Dearborn, Michigan; and more. Average wear. Sound copy. View more info

Image for The Great War - The Standard History of the World-Wide Conflict: Part 195, May 11th, 1918  -  Belgium in the Fourth Year of War

The Great War - The Standard History of the World-Wide Conflict: Part 195, May 11th, 1918 - Belgium in the Fourth Year of War

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $129.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated Press: 1918

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 432A1308

Condition: Fair


Cover portrait of Albert, King of the Belgians. Features: Life in Belgium in the Fourth Year of the War; The Romance of the British Cable Service in War. Centerfold photos of various Belgian scenes. Staples missing but covers and all contents present. Average wear. Unmarked. View more info

Image for The War Illustrated: No. 167 - 27 October 1917

The War Illustrated: No. 167 - 27 October 1917

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1917

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 813A1483

Condition: Fair


Is Belgium's Deliverance Near? - events likely to follow on the capture of the Ridges - article by Lovat Fraser; Views on the road of victory over Vimy Ridge - 2 photos; Italian Boats that went by mountain ways; Under German fire in Aisne and Champagne; Canadians utilizing the 'tump line' for carrying heavy materials to the front line; Photos of enemy ingenuity i.e. a phony hollow-tree observation post; The Victory of the Flanders Ridges - how British troops won their first sight of Bruges - article; Seven 'Somersets' capture Forty-Two Huns; Rise and Fall of the U-Boat - how Germany's blockade... View more info

Image for The War Illustrated: No. 162 - 22 September 1917

The War Illustrated: No. 162 - 22 September 1917

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1917

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 813A1485

Condition: Fair


The truth about Tannenberg, article by Lovat Fraser; 'Billets' in Belgium - Barely better than none; Fighting the mud on the Flanders front; Heroes of Hill 70 who are closing in on Lens; Victors and Victims of the war in the air; Italy's road to victory through the mountains; Sea Men and Sea Dogs of the Swift and Broke; Wanted - a Naval Offensive! - by H.W. Wilson; Fact and fiction from Flanders and France; German super-works won by Allied Super-Men; British Strategy at Sea - a defense of present naval strategy by Percival A. Hislam; Indian Prince's Red Cross Gift for the Tigris - a floating h... View more info

Image for The War Illustrated: No. 220, 2 November 1918

The War Illustrated: No. 220, 2 November 1918

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $119.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1918

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 813A1749

Condition: Good


Cover illustration depicts a Belgian and Briton meeting at Ostend - free after four years in Hun hands; Through the Tunnel at Last! - by Lovat Fraser; Cambrai Rescued from the Wrecker's Clutches; The Doom of Sergeant Ramroad, by Hamilton Fyfe; Canadian Chariots Gathered to Capture Cambrai; Deliverance & Trophies from Tunnels & Dug-outs; With Belgium's Armies Advancing to Bruges; Freeing the Soil of France of the Invader - Following up the Line of German Retreat; Sending propaganda pamphlets via balloon; Some of the quarter million taken since July - German Prisoners; Hardy Albanian Highlanders... View more info

Image for The War Illustrated: No. 221, 9 November 1918

The War Illustrated: No. 221, 9 November 1918

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $119.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1918

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 813A1750

Condition: Good


Cover illustration depicts 'First-Aid' for Fighting Tanks. Topics: Photo of British Troops at the St. Quentin Canal; What the British Army Has Done, by Lovat Fraser; Great Joy in Lille Delivered from the German; General Ludendorff by Hamilton Fyfe; Bridging Difficulties on the Road to Victory; Helps and Hindrances along the Lines of Advance; Real & Realistic Tanks in the War-Swept West; Free after Four Long Years of Oppression; Ostend won back from Unconquerable Belgium; Foiling the Foe from the Alps to the Adriatic; Ministering Women Whom Men Hold in Honour; Hun Obstacles that Failed to Hind... View more info

Image for The War Illustrated, No. 222 - 16 November 1918

The War Illustrated, No. 222 - 16 November 1918

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $195.00

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1918

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 813A1777

Condition: Good


Editorial - Why Not Surrender?. Large photo of French Flag being presented to Canadian troops who re-won the city of Denain. 'The Week of Destiny' by Lovat Fraser; Photos of Gaping Walls of Bourlon's Broken Sanctuary. 'Mons after Four Years!' - article by Hamilton Fyfe. Prince of Wales joins in French Rejoicing - Photos. President Poincare and the Liberators of Lille - photos. Belgium's Hero King Re-Enters Bruges - photos. Allenby and Marshall making for Aleppo - by sandy wastes and Babylonian waterways - illustrations. Victorious Italy's intrepid allies in Albania - photos. Allied tr... View more info

Image for The War Illustrated, No. 234 - 8 February 1919

The War Illustrated, No. 234 - 8 February 1919

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1919

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 813A1781

Condition: Good


Cover illustration entitled 'The Happy End'. Large photo taken on-board a British dirigible. The story that can never be told, by Lovat Fraser. Coastal Motor-Boats Cutting Their Arrowy Way - two great photos of the Auxiliary Patrol Service. Photos in Belgium Before the Enemy was Expelled. With the Kaiser in Bruges - Hun Camera Records (6 photos). Turey's Waning Prestige in Europe and in Asia - 3 photos. Maintaining Law and Order in Occupied Lands - 5 photos. 'Russia, The Unexplainable' - article by Hamilton Fyfe. Photo of the arrival of President Poincare at the opening of the confere... View more info

Image for The War Illustrated, No. 227 - 21 December 1918

The War Illustrated, No. 227 - 21 December 1918

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $129.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1918

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 813A1789

Condition: Good


Illustration depicting Ex-Kaiser William in Holland, living in fear of justice. Photogravure supplement shows 8 photos with subjects including: Allied representatives at the historic conference at 10 Downing St., London on Dec 2 and 3, 1918, Beaten Huns straggling home, German evacuation from Belgium, the surrendered German fleet at Scapa Flow, French Armny of liberation entering Strasbourg and U Boat 64 up the Thames, lying off the House of Parliament, with the victorious White Ensign above the defeated flag of Germany. London's Great Aerial Victory - Mysterious Menace which broke the Nerve... View more info

Image for The Great War Magazine - Part 128, January 17th, 1917 -  Belgium Under Two Flags

The Great War Magazine - Part 128, January 17th, 1917 - Belgium Under Two Flags

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1917

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 432A1932

Condition: Good


Features: Cover portrait of Captain W. Leefe Robinson, V.C. - Worcester Regiment and R.F.C. who destroyed a German Military Airship at Cuffley, September, 1916. This issue contains the concluding portion of "Belgium Under Two Flags". Many excellent black and white photos. Sensational 4-photo centerfold displays the remains of the Zeppelin brought down on the essex coast, 24 September, 1916. Latter portion contains the first portion of chapter CLVII - The Airship Raids of 1916 and how British Airmen Mastered the Super-Zeppelin. Again, numerous interesting photos included. Average... View more info

Image for The Great War Magazine - Part 127, January 20th, 1917 -  The Effect of the Somme Offensive

The Great War Magazine - Part 127, January 20th, 1917 - The Effect of the Somme Offensive

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $169.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1917

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 432A1934

Condition: Good


Features: Cover portrait of Colonel Freyberg, V.C., D.S.O., the Hero of Beaumont-Hamel, Royal West Surrey Regiment and Royal Navy Division. Includes final portion of the chapter entitled "The Great British Battles of the Somme - V. - Check near Bapaume and Victory on the Ancre". Includes complete chapter CLV - "The Effect of the Somme Offensive on the German 'Will to Victory'". Many excellent photos, including one of captured German flame-throwers 'which the enemy, in defiance of civilised useage, introduced into warfare.' Graphic centerfold of a shell-shattered avenue of... View more info

Image for The Great War Magazine - Part 245 - 26 April 1919 - The Deliverance of Belgium

The Great War Magazine - Part 245 - 26 April 1919 - The Deliverance of Belgium

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $159.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1919

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 432A1942

Condition: Fair


Cover portrait of King George visiting the ruins that once were Ypres. Water damage to pages at top corner of spine - text unaffected. Great Belgian photos in centerfold. Many black and white photos. Above-average wear and soiling. Staples disintegrated. A worthy reference copy. View more info

Image for The Great War Magazine - Part 259 - 2 August 1919 *Demobilisation and Resettlement of the War Workers*

The Great War Magazine - Part 259 - 2 August 1919 *Demobilisation and Resettlement of the War Workers*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $139.95

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1919

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 432A1954

Condition: Fair


Cover portrait of Sir Robert S. Horne, K.C., M.P., Minister of Labour. Please note: does not include colur map. Includes final portion of the chapter entitled "The Demobilisation of the British Army", with photos. Centerfold photos of captured German booty, including a large cache of gas shells at Luttre, Belgium. Chapter CCCVIII - The Demobilisation and Resettlement of the War Workers, with photos. Chapter CCCIX - The Wonders of Wireless in the War, with photos. Above-average wear and soiling. Staples disintegrated. A worthy reference copy. View more info

Image for Trains - The Magazine of Railroading: November 1968

Trains - The Magazine of Railroading: November 1968

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach: 1968

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 821A2339

Condition: Good


Features: Railroad News Photos; Steam News Photos; The Iron-Horse Opera - 20th annual motive power survey/Confessions of middle-aged locomotive reporter David P. Morgan; An Objectivity Test - it is difficult to review the new Turbotrain without sounding like a United Aircraft publicist - nice photo; The style of steam in its birthplace - nice European photos with text; Penn Central's last bid for Passengers; Traction's super heavyweights - they weighed over 71 tons and could do 80 mph plus - the Michigan Railway's new 50 mile interurban line between Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo; From Bucyrus to ... View more info

Image for Flora Magazine - For Flower Arrangers and Gardeners: Spring Edition, Number 2

Flora Magazine - For Flower Arrangers and Gardeners: Spring Edition, Number 2

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $49.95

Publisher: London, Stanley Gibbons: 1975

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 822A4526

Condition: Very Good


Features: Julia Clements writes for you; The Flower Garden in Spring; men who arrange flowers; specimen house flowers; modern moribana; sweet violet; simplicity for spring; Clive Brooker - Craftsman Potter; Spring Hostess; Flowers at Sutton Palace; Dried Flowers; Green with envy; Flower arranging in Belgium; Growing for Arrangement; Flowers of a Legend; The Show Scene; Plants from seed; and more. Small name atop front cover else clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. View more info

Image for Newsweek Magazine, May 28, 1945 *PRESIDENT TRUMAN - THE FIRST 40 DAYS*

Newsweek Magazine, May 28, 1945 *PRESIDENT TRUMAN - THE FIRST 40 DAYS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: USA, Newsweek: 1945

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823A4851

Condition: Good


Contents: color Parker pen ad inside front cover; interesting ad for the Curtiss Commando aircraft; Great International Harvester Truck/War Bonds ad; Pullman railcar ad with returning vets bearing swastika emblazoned souvenirs; Colour Cadillac ad; nice color ad for White Trucks - military theme; Does Truman lean left or right? - clues appear in the first 40 days; Are Japs Wanted? - article with interesting poster demanding fair play for America's Japanese; Congressional committee tours Concentration camps; Miami dogs killed after they kill Doretta Zinke; Blockade and bombs hit Japan as prelude... View more info

Image for CRHA (Canadian Railroad Historical Association) News Report, Number 124, August (Aug.) 1961

CRHA (Canadian Railroad Historical Association) News Report, Number 124, August (Aug.) 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $59.95

Publisher: Montreal, Canada, Canadian Railroad Historical Association (CRHA): 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 524C5095

Condition: Good


19 pages. Features: Cover photo - CNR class U-2-e 4-8-4 No. 6153 at work; 125 years of steam excursion; 75 Years of Transcontinental Service; Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) - A Sensible Road; Vicinal Museum for Belgium; Montreal Park & Island Railway Steel Car - diagram and specifications; Notes and news. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Maclean's Magazine, 2 May 1983

Maclean's Magazine, 2 May 1983

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $69.95

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1983

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825C7352

Condition: Good


Features: Krugerrand advertisement; Belgium - a flourishing hub of illicit trade in endangered species; Q and A with Alvin Toffler; Arafat leaves Beirut for Greece, ending 12 years of PLO activity in Lebanon; Marc Lalonde's federal budget - big for business; Is Canada's Tax System Fair? - by Linda McQuaig; Questions about Bryce Mackasey's Finances; Peter Blaikie leaves the federal PC leadership contest; Politics and property rights in Canada; Central American dilemmas; Bombing at U.S. embassy in Beirut - with photo; Vintage colour ad for Radio Shack TRS-80 computer family; Poland - heading bac... View more info

Image for Newsweek Magazine, October 25, 1937

Newsweek Magazine, October 25, 1937

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1937

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823G0172

Condition: Good


44 pages. Contents: C.I.O.(Committee for Industrial Organization), A.F. of L.(American Federation of Labor) Take Wary Steps to Peace; Back to Gompers: Federation Rues Assent to Federal Labor Laws; Ford's Ultimatum: (Harry) Bennett Demands Protection for Company's Plants; 'Human Budget': President Calls Congress for New Deal Business; Criminal Career: (Alfred) Brady Gang's Long Trail Ends in Bangor; Duce (Benito Mussolini) Continues Spanish War on the Front and in London: But the Fuehrer (Adolf Hitler) Offers Pledge to Belgium, Peace for Spain; Holy Land: Death at Pools of Solomon - Int... View more info

Image for Newsweek Magazine, December 20, 1937

Newsweek Magazine, December 20, 1937

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1937

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823G0179

Condition: Good


44 pages. Contents: Disaster at Nanking Spells End of Chinese Republic - The 'Invincible Liberator' Escapes and Defenders' Last Hope Lies in Retreating; Question of What Is 'War' Stirs Leaders in Capital - Far East Events Encourage Those Who Demand U.S. Stiffen Its Foreign Policy; Merry-go-round - Expert Young Men to Replace Envoys in London, Berlin; Political Pot Pie - Under the Crust Lies Worry as to President's Intentions; Prison Policy - Guard Captain's Rules Obeyed by Men, All Too Well; Ocean Air Lines - Projects 'Should Be Addressed to C.A. Lindbergh...'; Wanted: a Purge - (Georg... View more info