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PURNELLS HISTORY OF WORLD WAR ONE MAGAZINE 8 VOLUMES WITH 128 SEPARATE MAGAZINES

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HISTORY OF WORLD WAR ONE MAGAZINE SET

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History of World War One has a complete set of 128 magazines in 8 volumes.

Purnell's History of World War One was published by BPC Publishing Ltd, London in co-operation with the Imperial War Museum.  This set is a beautifully illustrated history of World War One.  All magazines are in perfect condition and can be individually taken out of the binders.

The editor was Barrie Pitt and the co-ordinating Deputy Editor's are Kenneth Macksey and Brigadier Peter Young.

Additional co-ordinating panel of contributors are:

  • Lieutenant-Colonel A. J. Baker psc, ptsc
  • Dr. John Bradley M Litt (Cantab), MA
  • Professor John Erikson MA
  • John Keegan MA
  • Lieutenant-Commander Peter Kemp OBE
  • S.L. Mayer MA
  • Alan Palmer MA, B Litt
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Alan Shepperd
  • MBE, psc
  • Norman Stone MA
  •  Military Consultant
  • Sir Basil Liddell Hart

Here are a few examples of some of the magazines included:  

  • The Second Battle of Warsaw
  • Serbia - The September Campaign
  • The Battle of Coronel
  • The Air War
  • The War at Home
  • The Winter Carpathian Campaign
  • The Bombardment of the East Coast
  • Joffre's Winter Plans
  • U-Boats : Germany's Stranglehold on Britain
  • Defence of the Suez Canal
  • Neuve Chapelle
  • First Landings at Gallipoli
  • Campaign of Hate
  • Canadians at War
  • The Second Battle of Artois
  • Italy Enters the War

 

Please note:  No magazines are missing from the complete set.  TGhe publishing company did make a mistake though when distributing the sets to purchasers.  They sent a binder that said Volume 7 but was actually meant to be Volume 5.  This means that there are two binders that say Volume 7 in error.  So there are no missing volume's only one publishing typo!  Hope this makes sense

 

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Additional Information

SKU MAG-3
Weight 15.0000
Country German
Era WWI

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