Navy & Army Illustrated. September 19th, 1914.
For Sale is an Issue of "Navy & Army Illustrated," September 19th, 1914. This issue has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore, the Binding Holes are showing.
Condition of the Text is Very Good, the first six pages have a Damp Stain to the top margin, otherwise condition is Very Good.
1- The Cossacks of the Czar.
2- Britains Roll of Honour.
3- The German Army in the Field.
4- The Brain of the Navy.
5- The Sack of Louvain.
6- Prizes of War.
7- The Eye of Modern Warfare.
8- Cavalry in the Great War.
9- The North Sea.
10- Naval Gossip.
1- Front Page called "Mentioned in Despatches." showing the following Portrait Photographs.
a- Lieut.-Gen. Sir A.J. Murray, K.C.B.
b- Brig.-Gen. Sir D. Henderson, K.C.B.
c- Maj.-Gen. Sir C.F.N. Macready, K.C.B.
d- Maj.-Gen. Sir W.R. Robertson K.C.V.O.
e- Gen. Sir H.L. Smith-Dorrien, G.C.B.
f- Lieut.-Gen. Sir D. Haig, K.C.B., K.C.I.E., K.C.V.O.
2- The Cossacks of the Czar. Showing the following small Photographs.
a- Cossacks from the Don.
b- Types of Cossack Officers.
c- Typical Cossacks.
d- How Cosscack Horses are Branded.
e- A Cossack from the Caucasus.
f- A Group of Cossacks Exercising.
3- Roll of Honour, showing the following Small Portrait Photographs.
a- Lieut. Col. Brett, D.S.O. (Suffolk Regiment) Killed.
b- Lieut. L. Richmond. (Gordon Highlanders) Killed.
c- Col. G.K. Ansell (5th Dragoon Guards) Killed.
d- Capt. W. Mellor. (Royal Irish Regiment) Killed.
e- Major J. S. Cawley. (20th Hussars) Killed.
f- Lieut. G. Lambton. (Coldstream Guards) Killed.
g- Lieut. Sir A.E. Hickman, Bart. (4th Dragoon Guards) Wounded.
h- Lieut E.M.S. Kent. (Hampshire Regiment) Killed.
i- Capt. P.O.E. D'Esterre. (East Lancashire Regiment) Wounded.
j- Lieut.-Col. M.L. Macewen. (16th Lancers) Wounded.
k- Capt. F. Martin Leake, R.N. (H.M.S. Pathfinder) Wounded.
l- Lieut.-Col. A Parker. (5th Lancers) Wounded.
m- Capt. H.C.W. Theobald, D.S.O. (Manchester Regiment) Wounded.
n- Brig.-General R. Scott-Kerr, C.B., M.V.O., D.S.O. (Grenadier Guards) Wounded.
o- Capt. H.E.L. Glass. (Middlesex Regiment) Wounded.
p- Major W.R. Chichester. (Worcester Regiment) Wounded.
q- Capt. R. Whitbread. (Coldstream Guards) Wounded.
r- Major A.G. Seymour. (Scots Greys) Wounded.
4- Full Page Photograph called "The Huns Within the Gate. German Troops Lined Up in the Grande Place, Brussels."
5- The German Army in the Field. Showing the Following Photographs.
a- German Cavalry Charging.
b- On the March.
c- A Charge of Cuirassiers.
d- German Infantry in the Trenches- The Modern Phalanx.
e- Masses of German Infantry on the March.
f- A German Trench.
g- The Battle Line.
6- The Brain of the Navy. Showing the following Photographs.
a- The Home of The Admiralty in Whitehall.
b- The Right Hon. George Lambert, M.P. Civil Lord. (Portrait)
c- The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill, M.P. First Lord. (Portrait)
d- The Rt. Hon. F.J.S. Hopwood, G.C.M.G., K.C.B. Additional Civil Lord. (Portrait)
e- The Rt. Hon. T.J. Macnamara, LL.D., M.P. Parliamentary and Financial Secretary. (Portrait)
f- Vice-Admiral Sir F.T. Hamilton, K.C.B., C.V.O. Second Sea Lord. (Portrait)
g- Rear-Admiral F.C.T. Tudor, C.B. Third Sea Lord. (Portrait)
h- H.S.H. Prince Louis of Battenberg, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., K.C.M.G. First Sea Lord. (Portrait)
i- Captain Cecil Foley Lambert, Royal Navy. Fourth Sea Lord. (Portrait)
j- Vice-Admiral Sir F.C.D. Sturdee, K.C.B., C.V.O., C.M.G. Chief of the War Staff. (Portrait)
7- Double Page Photograph called "Holding The Mediterranean," showing Four of the 12-inch guns of the French Dreadnought "Courbet."
8- The Sack of Louvain. Showing the following Photographs.
a- All that is left of the University of Louvain.
b- The Dismal Ruins of the World-Famed Library.
c- "Blind Barbarian Vengeance." Showing a General View of Louvain as it was left by the Germans. (Full Page)
9- Photograph showing "Sir Samuel Evans Presiding over the Admiralty Prize Court, the First Held for Sixty Years."
10- The Eye of Modern Warfare. Showing the following Photographs.
a- Maxim Gun Mounted in an Aeroplane.
b- How Bombs may be Carried upon a Aeroplane.
c- A Method of Dropping Bombs.
d- Stern View of a Seaplane.
e- A Seaplane of the "Short" Type.
f- "The Seaplane of the Fleet." Seaplane "77," with Lieutenant C.F. Kilner, R.N.A.S., flying over the Fleet. (Full Page)
g- Naval Seaplane Among the Clouds.
h- British Aeroplane Equipped with an Automatic Gun.
11- Cavalry in the Great War. Showing the following Photographs.
a- The Scots Greys.
b- A Charge by the Famous Uhlans.
c- Horses being held under cover whilst Dismounted Troopers are in Action.
d- Cavalry Dismounted and in Action.
e- Officers and Men of the Kaiser's Famous Death's-Head Hussars. (Full Page)
12- Photograph showing "H.M.S. "Speedy."
13- Photograph showing "H.M.S. "Pathfinder."
14- Photograph showing "The Admiralty Yacht "Enchantress."
15- Photograph showing "Wing Commander Charles R. Samson of the Royal Naval Air Service with some of his Staff at the Eastchurch Naval Flying School."