Magazine cover from The War Pictures
Magazine cover from
10 Jun. 1915.
1 magazine : col. ; of an issue of a magazine with a title that reads, “THE / WAR PICTURES / WEEKLY AND THE / LONDON ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.” The magazine cover has a hand drawn image of bust portrait of a soldier in uniform wearing a turban. Behind his head is a large red circle. The image has a caption below it that reads, “BRITAIN’S TRUE FRIEND—INDIA. / (From an original drawing by J. Abbey.)” The image is also signed, “J. Abbey.” Above the image is a line of text that reads, “No. 43. VOL. II. / (We post[?], bi weeks, Britain and Ireland, in[?] / Colonies and Foreign Countries…) / ONE PENNY. / (Registered at the General / Post Office as a Newspaper) / Thursday, JUNE 10, 1915.”
London Illustrated Weekly.
General Material Designation:
1 magazine : col. ; 400 ppi.
The Indus Media Foundation of Canada.
War and literature—Periodicals.
- South Asian Studies Institute
- August 2, 2017
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