Fifteen Reproductions from Drawings and Latest Photographs of the German Invasion, Ruins, Belgian, French and British Resistance, and Japanese Aid. 240 - Vol. 2

Ephemera, Unknown: Unknown, 1914. Very Good with no dust jacket.

Unbound sheets with 15 black and white illustrations of World War I subjects. Paper is slightly age-darkened with light edge wear to some. ; Well preserved set of wire photos or news agency photos issued in 1914 to the press in limited quantities (sometimes as few as 25-50 per photo, although the number in this case is uncertain) for print media use. This set includes pictures of Belgian, French, and British resistance: Louvain lancers, armored car, German prisoners in Champagne, naval brigade, armored train, fight in the Argonne. Destruction of towns and famous buildings: Cloth Hall, Antwerp, wall falling under fire, ruins of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Rheims, Ypres, Lille under fire. Also Germans refortifying Antwerp and a ceremony at Nikko, Japan. ; 8.75" tall; 8 pages.

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