Book, The Great War: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict, Volume 4

The Amalgamated Press Ltd
Wilson, Herbert Wrigley
Hammerton, John Alexander
Gordon & Gotch Proprietary Ltd
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Book entitled: The Great War - The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict.

The fourth bound volume of the Journals, The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict of the Great War. This volume does not retain the original journal format, but makes them into one continuous book.

The series is a history of the War written as it unfolded, with hundreds of maps, hundreds of full page engraving and thousands of photographs. It covers in depth the land, sea and air conflicts from all perspectives with considerable coverage of Empire Forces. There were 272 parts in all. Chapters include:

The British Offensive and the Second Battle of Ypres.
The Fighting around the Persian Gulf.
Botha's Victorious Campaign in German South West Africa.
The battle of Hooge , Rouges Bancs, and Festubert .
Italy's Entry into the War.
The Marvellous Work of the Red Cross.
Germany during the First Years of the War.
The Strategy of General Joffre, and the War of Attrition along the French Front.
The ' silver bullets ': a dramatic story of worldwide finance.
The French Advance Towards Lens , and the Battle of the Labyrinth.
The Fall of Lemberg , and the Russian Retreat from Galicia.
The Gigantic Attempt to Envelope the Russian Armies.
The War and the Workers: a Years Survey.
The Battle of Rue d'Overt And Stony Mountain, and the Struggle Round Hooge.
The Incomparable Achievement of the Belgian Army.
For Valour : Heroes of the Victorious Cross in the First Year of the War.
An inside view of Russia in wartime.
The Heroic Struggle on Gallipoli Peninsula and the Suvia Bay Battles.

Published by The Amalgamated Press Limited in 1915. Editors are listed as H W Wilson and J A Hammerton. Printed by Gordon and Gotch Proprietary Limited.
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Red cloth hardcover, white pages with black and green printing. Black and white photographs and illustrations throughout.
Height x Width x Depth/Length: 326 x 253 x 34mm
From Messrs Tolley, Mangawhare Station, July 1964, Inscription, Handwritten
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