Illustrierter Kriegs-Kurier. Oorlogs Koerier. Courrier de guerre. No. 1 (1914) through Jahrgang 4, No. 48 (1918) (all published?)
A likely complete run of approximately 203 issues bound in 4 volumes (816, 800, 454, unpag.) of the German World War I photojournal, each issue approx. 12 to 16 pp., consisting entirely of reproductions of black-and-white photographs of soldiers, civilians, events, landscapes, foreign locations, ammunition, and other scenes from daily life during the war, with captions in German, Dutch, and French, later issues with captions also in English and/or Russian. 4to. Half-cloth, orig. self-wrpps. bound in. Some age-darkening, minor brittleness, one missing page, several loose pages, overall very good. Berlin (Deutscher Kurier) n.d. (1914-1918). A very scarce collection of an important visual archive of life during World War I, for both the troops and for civilians. As of May 2016, WorldCat locates 5 scattered holdings in North America, most of which are for only a handful of issues. (Inventory #: 48467)
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