The War Illustrated, No. 227 - 21 December 1918

By: Multiple Contributors

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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 of Hun Flyers (article). British advance to keep watch on the Rhine - 2 photos. 5 photos from Spa. 5 photos under the caption 'Under the Red Flag in Republican Berlin". 4 photos of submarine sailors. Q Boat v. U Boats - 6 photos of mystery ship in the Thames. In my native land set free - by Emile Cammaerts. The Peace Bird on the Wing, by Hamilton Fyfe. Signs and Symbols of the Central Empire's Collapse - 5 photos. Photos of Giant Austrian aeroplane brought down by a british pilot on the Italian front. Illustration of British from Ruhleben Camp in Berlin securing souvenir nails from the colossal Hindenburg Statue. From 'COG' to Partnership - article by Basil Clarke. Two Photos of Germany Deciding Her Destiny - a great crowd outside the Reichstag and the first sitting of the Workmen's and Soldiers' Council in the Reichstag. The Hun as Uriah Heep, by Frederic William Wile. Average wear. Unmarked. Staples disintegrated. A sound copy.

Title: The War Illustrated, No. 227 - 21 December 1918

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Amalgamated: 1918

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 813a1789

Keywords: The War Illustrated, No. 227 - 21 December 1918 World War One 1 I 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 of Hun Flyers (article). British advance to keep watch on the Rhine - 2 photos. 5 photos from Spa. 5 photos under the caption 'Under the Red Flag in Republican Berlin". 4 photos of submarine sailors. Q Boat v. U Boats - 6 photos of mystery ship in the Thames. In my native land set free - by Emile Cammaerts. The Peace Bird on the Wing, by Hamilton Fyfe. Signs and Symbols of the Central Empire's Collapse - 5 photos. Photos of Giant Austrian aeroplane brought down by a british pilot on the Italian front. Illustration of British from Ruhleben Camp in Berlin securing souvenir nails from the colossal Hindenburg Statue. From 'COG' to Partnership - article by Basil Clarke. Two Photos of Germany Deciding Her Destiny - a great crowd outside the Reichstag and the first sitting of the Workmen's and Soldiers' Council in the Reichstag. The Hun as Uriah Heep, by Frederic William Wile,