1915 THE GRAPHIC Newspaper WW1 LEVANT MAP Warsaw Trenches KAISER CARTOON (3632)

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller sleekburn (9,776) 100%, Location: ENGLAND, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 202607881157 Hertfordshire Territorials Zillebeke STAFFORDSHIRE REGIMENT ZONNEBEKE Flanders NAVAL PATROLS Trenches Before Warsaw Vistula CONVALESCENT HOME CIMIEZ, NICE Australian Camp Egypt LEVANT MAP THE GRAPHIC Original Weekly Newspaper DATE 1915 This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, maps, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include: Russian Priests on the Battlefield - full front page from a drawing by Arthur Garratt - rows of soldiers being blessed by two priest Full page entitled Way of the War eight photographs: VC Heroes at the Mansion House: Two Bandsmen Drummer Bent and Drummer Kenny Captain Propert of HMS Laertes - info. William Henry Proper Captain Bell of HMS Thordis, Which Sank a Submarine The Late Lord Cadogan and the New Countess and Earl - info. George Henry Cadogan - Lilian Eleanor Marie nee Coxon - Gerald Oakley Cadogan Australian Light Horse Marching Through Melbourne The National Pony Society's Show at the Agricultural Hall - A Sheltland Pony Collecting Funds for the Red Cross - - Mr Ruxton's Nadir - - Mrs Hunloke's Rennet Childrens Riding Class - three photographs The German Blockade: The U8 Sunk by British Destroyers off Dover The U65 Sinking a British Merchant Ship in the North Sea a picture from a German illustrated paper The British Blockade: One of Our Cruisers About to Take a German Prize in Tow The Thordis Lying Along the Wharf at Saltash After Ramming a German Submarine The British Fleet in the Dardanelles in 1878 - from an old picture from The Graphic Map: Showing the Turkish Port of Smyrna - a full page relief map with detail drawn by G. F. Morrell. Places shown include Chiflik Guardhouse - Paleo Tabia Battery - Keos Tepe Bay - Quarantine Station - Fort Yeni Kale - Deiremtepe - The Two Sisters - Smyrna - Smyrna Governors Palace - Jews Quarter - Temple of Vesta - Railway Piert - Daragaz Point - Burnabad - Manissa - Yemanar Dagh - Eski Fodja - drepano Island - - Akhissah (Thyatira) - Berghama (Pergamos) - Reive - Sandarlik - Mitylen - Balikesri - Tenedos - Gallipoli - Sea of Marmara - Entrance to Dardanelles - Mudania - Constantinople - Philippopolis - etc. Scenes in German and Austrian Camps - seven photographs: A German Field Barber German Field Ambulance Party at Work Sanitary Precautions An Austrain Camp in the Carpathians Two Soldiers Foraging for Food Boys in a School Collecting Copper for a Campaign A Nurse Helping a Wounded Soldier In a Vienna Hospital A French Advanced Trench in the Argonne Country 300 Yards from German Lines - full page from a photograph French and British Soldiers at the Graves of British Soldiers at Marne King Constantine and M. Venezelos Austria: the Archduke Charles Francis Inspecting His Infantry in Russian Poland Captain H. Somerville of HMS Sapphire Captain C. D. Johnson Who Directed the Submarine Hunt Lieutenant Commander I. W. Gibson MVO of HMS Albion in the Dardanelles Vice Admiral Sir R. Peirse - info. Richard Henry Peirse Midshipmen at Gunnery Practise on Board a British Cruiser Wellesly College Students Knitting Comforts for Troops in The United States Officers of the Women's Volunteer Reserve French Actress Mme Rejane at the Coliseum Theatre The Hertfordshire Territorials Sniping The German Snipers at Zillebeke Belgium - a full page drawn by Ralph Cleaver from a sketch by Private Nightingale, 1st Hertfordshire Territorials Portsmouth and The Town's Battalion Marching Off The City of London National Guard Marching in Their New Corps uniform in London A Coloured Recruit for the British Army: Eldridge Eastman the Sprinter Has Joined the Northumberland Fusiliers The 104th Anniversary of the Battle of Barossa: Scots Guards Displaying a Laurel wreath Above the Colour Queen Alexandra Inspecting Motor Ambulances Provided by the City of London Russian Cavalry Presentation Fund The Call of Egypt : The Australian Camp The Australian Remounts Depot at Abbassia near Cairo Turkish Prisoners Marching Out of Cairo to the Concentration Camp at Tura - double page Full page entitled The Sick Man of Europe: Some Death-bed Scenes of the Unspeakable Turk three drawings by Donald Maxwell: The Enemy at the Gate: French and British Warships at the Entrance to the Dardanelles, Constantinople Boats Crossing the Bosporus from the European to the Asiatic Side Konia Where the Turks are Transferring Their Seat of Government Full page, showing two drawings by Donald Maxwell, entitled The Real Armageddon: The Scenes of the Symbolic Conflict of the Apocalypse: A Village of Armageddon - The Great Plains between Samaria and Nazareth c.keenlyside. The Plain of Esdraelon from a Spur of Mount Carmel Showing Mount Tabor and the Kison, Wherin the Hosts of Sisera Were Engulfed Canadian Artillery and Cavalry Training On Salisbury Plain - from two paintings by R. G. Mathews Near Zonnebeke in Flanders: German Soldiers Dressed in British Uniforms Open Fire on British Troops - a full page Drawn by Frank Dadd From a Description by Private T. Horton of the Staffordshire Regiment Cossacks Charging Austrians in Rear and Flank in the Snow Covered Carpathians - Double centre page drawn by J. H. Jurres Full page showing three sketches by a Naval Lieutenant Reproduced in Facsimile entitled The Stern Vigil of the Lonely Seas in War Time: A Light Cruiser Examining a Trawler Destroyers and Seaplanes Scouting in Company Destroyers in Heavy Weather Englands Answer To the German Bogus Blockade: Busy Shipping on the River Thames with Ships Coming and Going - a full page from a drawing by Charles Dixon The Bread Line in Berlin. A Fantasy by David Wilson - a cartoon of the Kaiser and his generals etc. standing in the daily war bread queue with his bread ticket The Struggle on The Vistula - full page showing three photographs of German trenches near Warsaw Horses For the Front: Horsees on Board the Thompson Liner Fremona En route from Portland Maine to Bordeaux Horses For Egypt - A Train Loaded Miel With Camels on the Way to the Suez Canal The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed or Wounded in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War - Full page: Midshipman G. E. Brown RNR - HMS Clan McNaughton - Missing Captain F. W. Darwall - Northampton Regiment - Wounded Commander R. Jeffreys RN - HMS Clan McNaughton - Missing Staff Surgeon G. Moore-Anderson - HMS Clan McNaughton - Missing Lieutenant R. M. Heywood - 3rd Battalion The Buffs - Killed Lieutenant N. W. R. King - 16th Queens Lancers - Killed 2nd Lieutenant R. Gerald Milburn - East Surrey Regiment - Killed 2nd Lieutenant C. A. Hudson Hillier - 2nd Monmouth Regiment - died of Wounds Lieutenant R. McC. Harrison Wallace - The Royal Scots - Wounded Lieutenant John F. Burbury - Royal West Kent Regiment - Killed Lieutenant H. G. Evan-Jones - Welsh Regiment - Killed Captain E. Graeme Ozanne - 3rd Royal Fusiliers Lt H. B. Stone - 3rd London Field Company RE - Killed Lieutenant S. Tudor Barr - 3rd King's Own Hussars - Killed 2nd Lieutenant E. R. Folker - York and Lancaster Regiment - Killed Lieutenant D. Ronald Cross - 16th Queens Lancers - Killed Lieutenant J. K. Mather - York and Lancaster Regiment - Killed Lieutenant W. H. Coulter - 9th Lancers - Killed - Mentioned in Despatches Lieutenant H. Gough Davis - Norfolk Regiment - Killed Lieutenant L. H. V. Fraser - 4th Middlesex Regiment - Killed Captain M. G. Osborne - Rifle Brigade - Died of Wounds Captain R. G. Legge - 2nd Devons - Missing Lieutenant Vivian T. T Rea - 2nd Royal Irish Rifles - Killed Lieutenant W. D. Nicholson - 2nd Cameron Highlanders - Killed Queen Mary's Convalescent Home for Officers: A Group at the Grand Hotel, Cimiez, Nice - a group photograph with Lady Michelham, nurses, doctors, officers etc. Wounded Soldiers Reading the Daily Graphic in a French Hospital Brighton: Invalids on the Pier - eleven Indian Sikh etc. soldiers Sir Thomas Lipton in Serbia with Three Nurses and a Doctor Destroyers Patrolling Off Dover - a full page Study in Black and White from a painting by Charles Pears - a full page advert for Buchanan's Scotch Whisky Carron Kitchen Range - advert for the Carron Co. Ltd of Stirlingshire, and Sheffield Four Crown Whisky - advert Oxo - Full page advert showing an Oxo container for hospital use at ther front, and a drawing of a submarine in rough seas A Letter Patent Signed Thomas Crumwell 9 March 1538, appointing Edward Seymour the Earl of Hertford to sure defence and keeping of the town of Calais etc Lemco - advert Players Navy Cut Tobacco - a half page advert showing an excerpt from a letter written at North Staffordshire Infirmary, from a Private G. Dowsell 9443 2nd Welsh Regiment Foots Adjustable Rest Chair, Wheelchairs and Bed Tables - advert Castle Collars from Robinson and Cleaver - advert Bensdorp's Royal Dutch Cocoa - advert A picture qublished in The Graphic twenty five years ago shows the Kiss of Fealty at the Drawing room in Dublin Castland titled What Lord Cadogan Abolished Mellins Baby Food - advert Silvo Silver Polish from Rekcitt and Sons of Hull - advert J. And G. Stewart Ltd Whisky - advert HP Sauce - advert Egerton Burnett Ltd - Three fashion designs; advert An American Big Ben Clock Iona Scotch Whisky by G. and J. Maclachlan Ltd Glasgow - advert Dunlop Tyres - advert La-Rola - Advert Clemak Razor - advert showing a bulldog with the razor in it's mouth General Louis Botha and His Son on Active Service Photographed with Their Vauxhall car ~~~~ This second part of the description features items of news, articles etc. but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include: The Way of the War Caption article for the Smyrna, Turkey map Book Review page sleekburnc. What's In a Name? - a list of Germanic names metamorphosed; ie Schindler to Sinclair - Schmidt to Smith - Meinhardt to Fryer - etc (28 names) The Deserted Village by S. L. Bensusan Crowned Combatants in the Zodiac The Belooches in France Odds and Ends of Interest Motoring And Aviation by Edwin Campbell. Sleekburnc. 1303 CONDITIONS/DIMENSIONS This is an original USED newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print. A publication similar to The Illustrated London News, The Graphic was a weekly illustrated newspaper published by H. R. Baines and Company Ltd of Tallis House, Whitefriars, City of London. If there is a particular date you require regarding this item eg. for a birthday or anniversary etc please ask. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. 18 pages (36 sides). It measures 395 x 285 mm (15.5 x 11.25inches). There is no outer advertising cover. There are binding witness marks to the spine. Some of the pages are loose . There is some age yellowing. The images vary in size. The images are NOT in colour unless otherwise stated. PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present As far as I can tell there are no other pages missing, but if you are 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. The process of the page numbering in The Graphic issues carry on from the previous issue therefore do not start at number 1. This item will be packaged in a tube. The descriptive text in my listing, details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. Please be aware there maybe typo/ spelling errors etc. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text. Ebay Member since August 2001 Antique and Vintage Prints, Maps & Ephemera - Newspapers, Magazines, Back Issues & Books. - © (copyright) - SLEEKBURN PRINTS All text descriptions etc. in our listings are protected through copyright law, and have been electronically and invisibly coded, and are also protected under ebay VeRO rules. Reproduction, in whole or part, without permission is a transgression of copyright. Condition: PLEASE READ MAIN DESCRIPTION FOR DETAILED CONTENT AND CONDITION., Language: English, Non-Fiction Subject: War News, Domestic and International, Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom, Special Attributes: Antique Newspaper from SLEEKBURN PRINTS, Features: War Politics Sport Royalty Science Engineering, Place of Publication: London, Binding: Magazine Newspaper, Publisher: The Graphic, Illustrator: Various, Conflict: WW1 1914-1918, Original/Reproduction: Original, Weight: 250-500g, Publication Year: 1915

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