Volume 30 covers reporting of World War 1 from April 22, 1916 – May 5, 1916.
Relive WW1 as it unfolds week to week through the eyes of contemporary writers, photographers, and witnesses. This spectacular collection contains thousands of period photographs, drawings, accounts, and events from The Great War, World War 1.
Volume 30 contains Parts 88-90 which includes events published April 22, 1916, through May 5, 1916. Some of the events contained within:
The Inner Life of France in War Time
Old But Not Obsolete: Cannon That Helped Hold Verdun
Renewed Russian Offensive
The Fall of Erzerum
How Germany Became the Outlaw of The Nations
The Aerial War: Period of German Ascendancy
Experience World War 1 from the British perspective as told by those who lived through it. Originally published as standalone issues called, The Great War: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict, the series starts in 1914 and continues into 1919.
Reproduced and reprinted from a mint collection of source material, The Great War Remastered WW1 Standard History Collection is an entertaining and educational trip through time.
Assembled by documentary filmmaker and writer, Mark Bussler (1939 New York World’s Fair: The World of Tomorrow in Photographs, World War I: A Dramatic Collection of Images, 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair: The Louisiana Purchase Exposition in Photographs) The Great War: Remastered WW1 Standard History Collection accurately reprints these remarkable period magazines filled with stunning artwork, photographs, and stories from World War 1. These issues include new cover designs and the original, period advertisements.
The best gift idea for WW1 enthusiasts and World War 1 history buffs looking to pour over period photographs of soldiers, tanks, airplanes, zeppelins, horses, artillery, and WW1 tanks. This collection recounts WW1 battles and events as they happened within days and weeks. Historians, history fans, military history buffs, casual enthusiasts, and students should thoroughly enjoy The Great War Remastered WW1 Standard History Collection; there are many World War 1 photos and drawings included.