Softcover, London: Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd., 1918. Fair with no dust jacket.
Publication is in the French language. Stapled binding is holding at top staple but loose at bottom staple. Pages creased with some light tanning. Wrappers have handling wear, edge wear, light creasing. ; Monochrome photographic illustrations with French language captions. Many aspects of World War I in the summer of 1918. German tank taken by the French. Decorations being given to a heroic French regiment. Combat on the Western front. British soldiers aiding refugees. American troops in the U.S. and on the French front. French women's war work. Laying barbed wire for defense. French Lieutenant Fonck (aviator). British navy attack against Zeebrugge and Ostende. German U-boat destroyed in the water. Tombs of Lusitania victims. New naval construction at the shipyard in Clyde. German desecration of a French cemetery. Recipients of the British Victoria Cross. Australians, New Zealanders, and Canadians on the Western front. Children contributing to the war effort through salvage efforts. Feeding English school children. Trains in the war effort in France. The British army in Palestine and Mesopotamia. The president of the Republic of Cuba and his cabinet. ; 11.25" tall; 32 pages.
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