The War Illustrated: No. 218, 19 October 1918

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $119.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair

Cover illustration with caption 'Damascus in British Hands." Topics include: Hindenberg's 'super-barrier', the Wotan line; The Man Who Would Be King; What Bulgaria's Surrender Means; Hope amid the French ruins; American's First Army Moves Towards the Moselle; The Flanders Battlefields, by Hamilton Fyfe; Mating the Huns' Insidious Moves in Siberia; Recruits Who Rally to Freedom's Allied Flags; Allied Activity Against Bolshevist Anarchy; Dawn of the Day of Deliverance for Siberia; Road Signs of the War; Active Anzac Guns that Give the Foe No Rest; Air and Sea Escorts Defy Underwater Craft; Up in a 'Zepp' Hunting the U Boat, by Sydney A. Moseley; Varied Activities of the Devoted V.A.D.; Problems in the Labour Market, by W.L. George; Red Cross Targets at which the Teuton Aims; Huns Crumbling - Not Yet Broken, by Frederic William Wile; The Breach in the Balkans. Above-average wear and soiling. Staples disintegrated. Still a worthy copy.