The Amalgamated Press, 1st ed., February 1916. 624 pp., cold., frontis., profusely illustrated with a wealth of photo-ills., + ills., + some maps & plans, including a fldg., plate partially lacking & a loose map tipped-in to the front. Maroon cloth; black ill., & title to spine & front cover; 28 x 21cm. Damp staining to rear cover; corners & ends of spine rubbed; tape repair to 1 page; foxing/browning in places; o/w GOOD. Bound together to form the third volume, this is the original weekly newspaper that covered the events of the First World War as they unfolded by land, sea and in the air from May 1915. There are a wealth of photographs and illustrations, as well as some maps and plans, with captions and narrative on every theatre and aspect of the war. This superb publication, which went on to number ten volumes in all, gives a detailed and immediate account of the war as it happened.