A dramatic collection of WW1 photos, stereographs, drawings, postcards and images from The Great War. A WW1 photo book like no other.
The Great War lasted from 1914-1918 and claimed millions of lives; it affected countless more. Artists and photographers captured the moments and embellished others, and this is a collection of their work that spans a variety of artistic mediums. The included pictures and artwork comes from French, British, American and German sources.
Embark on a journey through The Great War with this rare, curated selection of WW1 photos and images from the early years of the conflict to the end and into 1919. Gaze upon the horses and gallant charges, as well as the tanks, soldiers, and scenes of destruction. Casual history buffs and scholars of World War I should enjoy this attractive, well-designed collection of WW1 imagery spread across 400 pages with meticulous detail.
World War 1: A Dramatic Collection of Images was assembled and designed by Mark Bussler, writer of The World’s Fair of 1893 Ultra Massive Photographic Adventure, Westinghouse and director of Expo Magic of the White City.