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

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.

Book is the fifth bound volume of the Standard History of the All Europe Conflict of the Great War. This volume consists of bound issues of a smaller journal or magazine with the same title.

The series is a history of the Great 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.

Each of the smaller issues features a photograph of an important military man on the front, and focuses on a specific part of the war.

This individual book contains:
Part 65: Serbia's Hard Fate, the Allies' Retirement, and Montenegro's Overthrow;
Part 66: The Breaking of the Russian Fortress Line and the Failures of Mackensen and Hindenburg;
Part 67: Continues part 66, and The New Cabinet and its Work: Politics and Munitions, the Conquest of Togoland and Camaroon;
Part 68: Images of soldiers, the queen and king of England;
Part 69: The Great Drive in the West and the Battle of Loos;
Part 71: Women's Supreme Work in the War
Part 72: Continues part 71, The Mountain Battles for ' Italia Irredenta ';
Part 73: Continues part 72, German Inhumanity to British Prisoners;
Part 74: Continues part 73, Serbia's Glorious Resistance to the Fall of Nish
Part 75: Continues part 74, The Glorious and Terrible Campaign of the Mesopotamian Army;
Part 76: Continues part 75, Great Leaders of the Allies in the West;
Part 77: Continues part 76, The Aerial War along the Western Front;
Part 78: The Struggle on the Dwina and the Resurgence of Russia;
Part 79: Continues part 78, The Derby Recruiting Campaign;
Part 80: Continues part 79, Serbias' Hard Fate, the Allies Retirement and Montenegro's Overthrow.

Published by The Amalgamated Press Limited, edited by H W Wilson and J A Hammerton and 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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