The Second Great War No. 55

Thousands of Actual War Photographs—HUNDREDS HITHERTO UNPUBLISHED iT^O h k u f,t i u &(f took s k o u L l 6 e 4 4 t (fyiitisb Uotnt I WASTHERE/ Nearly Four Hundred Personal Narratives Below are listed just a few :The Clock Ticks n t the Admiralty by Kt. Hon. WINSTON CH UKOU1LL. P .C .,M.P .Blood Hath of London Scots by P te. HER BERT D E HA MEL German White Flat Treachery b.v (.ap t.E. J . NEEDH AM Suioide Squadron Tragedy of the Broad Fourteen* by Comdr. AUSTIN TY RER. H.D . R .N.B. ItevengeJ I Saw Von Spee Meet His Doom by liear-A d m iral the Hon. BARRY BYNGHAM . V.O. Canadian Courage and Self-Sacrifice by Lord BEAVEKBROOK I Was Blinded in ''Lousy ”Wood by Capt. GILBERT NOBBS Our Winter Raid in Nightshirts by L t.-C ol. GIt A HAM SETON HUTCH ISO N,D .S.O., M.C. I Saw» the Borlio in Ite treat :Their Devilish Cunning in Destruction by GRAHAM H GREEN WELL, M.C. Outwitted by .the British SecretS erv ice: The Story of a SpyMaster by Capt. VON K INT ILENE Saw Salonika Burn :Our Army and Navy Saved Thou sands of Lives by H. CO I.LINSON OWEN Death Beckons Before B a ltlo :We Waited on the Crater Edge a t M essines by P te .(now Dr.) E.N GLADDEN Day-mD a yon the Dover Patrol: We Safeguarded the Channel Ports by VERNON MOGG 1 Saw P assohendaele Taken :The End of the War's Grimm est Battle by Sir PHILIP HI BBS. K.B tE. I tWas My First R alcf: We Carried th« Air War Into Germany by A.R. KING SFO RD Below is a greqtly reduced illustration of the few handsome volumes &THE HUMAN STORY OF THE GREAT WAR Undying Memories of 1914-1918 The War as Seen by the Men Who Fought Written by the Men Who Were There' Edited by SIR JOHN HAMMER TON (Editor o f "War Illus tr a ted ,”“World War ,"etc. Writer o f the Famous War l-'itm “Forgotten Men ")|N this magnificent work— which, by an amazing coincidence. was completed only the day before the present War started— we celebrate the glorious achievement of the men who saved Western Democracy from an arrogant yet subservient race driven on by war leaders insensate and bloodthirsty. Today the same menace confronts us, and although the Second Grear War may not repeat in any measure o r degree the Great War of 1914-1918, yet the thoughts and feelings, the hopes and fears, the terrors and passions released by the last war will be released again and again during the course of this war. And it is with these thoughts and emotions.in their relationship to the first World War that we are concerned in this particular work. No greater human document has been completed throughout the ages than this, the first and only authentic record of the out­standing events of 1914-1918— told by the men who were there! Thrilling, personal narratives of stirring deeds, human suffering and endurance, triumph and disaster, bring to life with startling realism the most dramatic and significant episodes wherever Britons fought in the last Great War.“ I Was There ”is the key­note of every chapter. Only immediate personal experiences are narrated, by fighting men of all ranks and from all services Augu.t 1918. A daylight patrol ot the 6th Seaforths making sure that no Germans lurk in these dug-outs. A few shots fired were sufficient warning to the stragglers. Camaraderie or a Somme -apture. A British stalwart assists a Jerry to support 3 wounded lellow-prisoner while another Tommy gives tho casualty a drink The wonderlul collection ot Illustrations in" I Was There include some of the most remarkable action photographs ol war ever taken. In all there are nearly three thousand photographs illustrating the progress of the war and showing it in all its phases. There are actual photographs ol battle scenes that bring the war to life in all its grim reality. Every aspect of the war, on land,on sea and in the air, is portrayed in this truly magnifiwnt gallery A 12-in howitzei. heav.ly camouflaged, inaction at Aveluy Wood. September 1916. The above photographs are very greatly reduced specimens of illustrations from the work. D ON’T MISS THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY Just sign and post the lorm at right, and on acceptance we will send you these four volumes, carriage paid, to examine for one week free. You may either return them to us within 8 days to end the matter, or you may keep them on the very easy terms outlined K l V’OTE you don otto cut this coupon ,send o postcard (mentioning' S econ d Great War ,"No. 55) to theW a verley Book C o .,who will b e pleased to send a printed application inform its place nd Today! POST THIS FREE EXAMINATION FORMAT ONCE (or SEND A POST CARD—S Nee o teat eft) To TheW A V ERLEY BOO *CO., LIMITED, 96&97. Farringdon St., LON DON, E.C- Please send me. carriage paid, on approval for seven days' FREE ex­amination.“ I WAS THERE,” incomplete tour volumes. It is understood that I may return the work on the eighth day after I receive it, and that there the matter ends. It I decide to keep the books, I will send you on the eighth day a First Paymant of At- and. beginning thirty days after this First Payment, sixt .en further monthly payments of 5/- each, thus completing the purchase price CASH PRICE WITHIN 3 DAYS IS £40.0 Name. Occupation State if Householder. Parent's signature required if under 21Date S.G.W.55 PLEASE INFILL ALL PAR TICU LARS ASKED Printed in England and published on the 15th of each month by the Proprietors, The A m a lg a mated Press ,Ltd .,The Fleetw ay House, Farringdon Street, London, E.C. Sole Agents for Australia and New Zealand :Messrs. Gordon& Gotch, Ltd. and tor South Africa :Central News Agency Ltd. Registered for transmission by Canadian Magazine Post S.V
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