Navy and Army Illustrated 1895 to 1903

Via Flickr:The Navy and Army Illustrated.

This is a unique opportunity to buy this complete run of this short lived publication. The research material is fantastic and the photographs and images are second to none in capturing the Military and Naval status at the the time.

A magazine descriptive and illustrative of everyday life in the defence of the British Empire .Edited By: Commander Charles N Robinson.Published By: Hudson & Kearns, London, and George Newnes, London. With several colour plates as later bound in the Celebrities of the British Army Series.

Volume 1 starting with Issue number 1 – Friday December 20th 1895 to 12th June 1896. 316 pages.

Volume 2. From June 26th 1896 to December 11th 1896. 320 pages

Volume 3. From December 25th 1896 to June 21st May 1897. 356 pages

Volume 4. From May 28th 1897 to October 21st 1897. 376 pages

Volume 5. From October 29th 1897 to March 18th 1898. 364 pages

Volume 6. From March 26th 1898 to September 10th 1898. 624 pages

Volume 7. From September 24th 1898 to March 18th 1899. 640 pages

Volume 8. From March 25th 1899 to September 16th 1899. 624

Volume 9. From September 23rd 1899 to March 17th 1900. 672 pages

Volume 10. From March 24th 1900 to September 15th 1900. 648 pages

Volume 11. From September 22nd 1900 to March 16th 1901. 640 pages.

Volume 12. From March 23rd 1901 to September 14th 1900. 640 pages

Volume 13. From September 21st 1901 to March 15th 1900. 648 pages

Volume 14. From March 22nd 1902 to September 13th 1902. 648 pages

Volume 15. From September 20th 1902 to March 28th 1903. 724 pages.

This is a huge collection of records and photographs of the Royal Navy and the British Army.

The Boer War coverage is extensive with thousands of photographs.

Just gone on sale at Amazon, apply here or go to http://www.theakston-thomas.co.uk

Please visit http://www.theakston-thomas.co.uk. We stock a very large collection of Illustrated London News, The Graphic, The Sphere which were all leading Victorian Publications. We also hold one of the country`s largest collections of Vanity Fair Caricatures which are also know as Spy Prints. We also have a large inventory of Military and Naval books for the researcher and many thousands of other genres of prints. The sister site to http://www.theakston-thomas.co.uk is http://www.medals4heroes.co.uk which stocks medals, cap badges, cloth badges, formations badges and other military miscellanea. The prime aim of http://www.medals4heroes.co.uk is to re-unite families with the medals of soldiers of The Great War. We are pleased to have had some success already and are hoping to increase the success rate as we near the 100th anniversary in 1914.

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