The Sphere June 2, 1917 Volume LXIX. No 906 - War Number 148. An Illustrated Newspaper for the Home. With which is incorporated 'Black & White"

By: The Sphere ( edited and compiled by )

Price: £30.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket

An Original illustrated 'newspaper' / magazine. Illustrated throughout with b/w photographs/illustrations, full page, multi-photos to a page and double page pictures, etc. Produced during the First World War. This issue is mainly concerned with 'The War in Europe', with a Special Section 'With the Wounded from the Battlefield'. Articles include : - ' The French and British Mission to the United States: General Joffre and Mr. Balfour in New York.' ; 'America Prepares for War at Home and Abroad...' ; 'Evacuating the Wounded after a Push...' ; . 'How the Wounded are conveyed from the Battlefield'. A Double page b/w illustration = 'After a Push on the Western Front: Clearing the Wounded from the Battlefield'.' - Drawn from a sketch by D. MacPherson. Plus ' 'Germany's Long-distance Bombing Machines: The Type which recently raided Folkstone'. A Full page 'Roll of Honour' - with small individual photographs - for Officers killed whilst serving; and 'The Great European War Week by Week'. Also a few minor articles on other topics including : - 'Women's Sphere in Wartime'. 'In the Petrol World', etc. Quite a few b/w adverts in the magazine, many with war-related themes, many not. Rear cover has and a lovely full page topical pictorial Advert - In blacks/greys/oranges - for Cavander's 'Army club' Cigarettes. The Front cover has Adverts, decorated border, etc, all in blues/oranges. And a 1/4 page photo of 'Stetcher -bearers carrying a Wounded Tommy from the Battlefield'. A few small marks, but internally VG. Overall VG +/NF. A fascinating period magazine and very topical given the current release of the film 1917. I have 9 Original copies of this illustrated newspaper dated 1917 (but NOT a 'run') that I am currently listing - so do enquire if interested in more than just this or any others - or the lot - during these dates. See Images. ; Folio 13" - 23" tall

Title: The Sphere June 2, 1917 Volume LXIX. No 906 - War Number 148. An Illustrated Newspaper for the Home. With which is incorporated 'Black & White"

Author Name: The Sphere ( edited and compiled by )

Categories: Foreign Travel. Exploration, Europe, Illustrated, Theatre. Film. Plays. Performing Arts, Middle East/Egypt, History & Politics. Churchill, Military/War Related, N & S. America/ USA, Magazines, Newspapers, Periodicals, Russia, Photography, Journalism. Book Related, Ephemera/Advertising, Transport. Railways. Motoring,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Sphere and Tatler Ltd,: 1917

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 119777

Keywords: The Sphere June 2 1917 - Upper Class Periodical. An Illustrated Newspaper For The Home. With Which Is Incorporated ' Black & White" The Sphere June 2 1917 Volume LXIX. No 906 - War Number 148. The War In Europe; The First World War; Articles = 'the French & British Mission To The United States:general Joffre & Mr. Balfour In New York'. ' America Prepares For War At Home & Abroad...' ; ' Evacuating The Wounded After A Push...' ; ' How The Wounded Are Conveyed From The Battlefield This Issue Is Mainly Concerned With 'the War In Europe. With A Special Section 'with The Wounded From The Battlefield' Plus Other Articles And Adverts ' In The Petrol World', ' Women's Sphere In Wartime; Plus A Full Page ' Roll Of Honour' - With Small Individual Photographs - For Officers Killed Whilst Serving, A Double Page B/w Illustration - After A Push On The Western Front: Clearing The Wounded From The Battlefield'.' - Drawn From A Sketch By D. Macpherson. Rear Cover Has Lovely Full Page Topical Pictorial Advert In Blacks/greys/oranges - For Cavander's 'army Club' Cigarettes.