The War Illustrated: No. 221, 9 November 1918

By: Multiple Contributors

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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 Hinder the French; With the 'Chinks' (Chinese Labourers) in France - Stories of Loyal Helpers from the Far East; Murder on the High Seas by the Kaiser's Minions; On Active Service - Glimpses of V.A.D. Work; Valiant Men Rewarded with the Victoria Cross; 'Back to Your Beer-Mugs' - Germany from Within by Frederic William Wile. Average wear and soiling. Staples disintegrated. A worthy copy.