To-day’s the Day
for getting your loose parts of “ THE GREAT W AR ”
into your newsagent’s hands. He will have them
bound up for you in the official Binding Gases supplied
by the Publishers.
Then you will have no further fear of broken
or missing parts, and your home library will be
enriched with a goodly array of handsome and durable
volumes containing the finest literary and pictorial
record of the greatest conflict of all time.
There are two styles of binding supplied by the
In rich scarlet half leather - 4/6
In claret cloth................... 2/6
and with each of these cases you will receive FREE a
magnificent photogravure frontispiece that will give the
touch of perfection to each volume.
The subjects of the frontispieces for the six volumes
already completed are:
Vol. I.—Admiral Sir John Jellicoe
Vol. II.—British Grand Fleet in the North Sea
Vol. III.—The Capture of the German Trenches at Neuve Chapelle
Vol. IV.—“ The Smile of Victory ’’—after Loos
Vol. V.—Charging through the German Trenches at Loos, Sept. 25, 1915
Vol. VI.—H.M.S. Spitfire torpedoing a German Cruiser on the night of May 31,1916
The Great War— Part 110.
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