The War Illustrated: No. 220, 2 November 1918

By: Multiple Contributors

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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 help the Allies; The Lighter Side of Flying, by Night-hawk; Where Saint George Smote the German Michael; Woman and the New Society, by W.L. George; Learning and Mercy as Victims of Vile 'Kultur'; Republic or Limited Monarchy? by Frederic William Wile; Shakespeare and the War. Average wear and soiling. Staples disintegrated. A worthy copy.