The War Illustrated, No. 234 - 8 February 1919

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Quantity: 1 available


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 conference to establish a League of Nations. Photos of French Bridge-Builders at work on the Rhine. Photos of large German interned submarines at Cherbourg, including the Deutschland. Full-page photographic portrait of Lord Roberts, who warned his countrymen of the German menace - accompanied by article by Coulson Kerrnahan. 'Red' Victims of Chaos in the Prussian Capital - 7 photos. Ebert Beats Extremists in Barricaded Berlin - 6 photos. Speeding up the Surrender of Hun Submarines - 6 photos. Two photos of the Italian Caproni Triplane. First photograph permitted of the 'M1', a submersible monitor which carried a 12 inch gun. Three photos of the newly revealed 'K' submarine, the largest craft of the kind produced by any nation. Britain as Queen of the Air - How we outbuilt and outfought the Teuton (article). Preparing the Soil for the Harveset of Peace. Few drops of soiling. Somewhat above-average wear. Staples disintegrated with age. A sound copy.

Title: The War Illustrated, No. 234 - 8 February 1919

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1919

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 813a1781

Keywords: The War Illustrated, No. 234 - 8 February 1918 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 Auxilliary 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 conference to establish a League of Nations. Photos of French Bridge-Builders at work on the Rhine. Photos of large German interned submarines at Cherbourg, including the Deutschland. Full-page photographic portrait of Lord Roberts, who warned his countrymen of the German menace - accompanied by article by Coulson Kerrnahan. 'Red' Victims of Chaos in the Prussian Capital - 7 photos. Ebert Beats Extremists in Barricaded Berlin - 6 photos. Speeding up the Surrender of Hun Submarines - 6 photos. Two photos of the Italian Caproni Triplane. First photograph permitted of the 'M1', a submersible monitor which carried a 12 inch gun. Three photos of the newly revealed 'K' submarine, the largest craft of the kind produced by any nation. Britain as Queen of the Air - How we outbuilt and outfought the Teuton (article). Preparing the Soil for the Harveset of Peace.,