The Illustrated War News was a weekly British magazine produced during the First World War. Each issue contains photographs, drawings, articles, and maps portraying the allied war effort, for readers in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Newfoundland.
The Illustrated War News est un magazine hebdomadaire britannique publié durant la Première guerre mondiale. Chaque numéro contient des photos, des dessins, des articles et des cartes illustrant l’effort de guerre des troupes alliées, pour les lecteurs du Royaume-Uni, du Canada et de Terre-Neuve.
Though not directly related to the Second World War, this official souvenir programme for the coronation of George VI is a fascinating and detailed examination of this event, celebrated throughout the British Commonwealth. George VI would reign as sovereign of the United Kingdom, and also as King of Canada, throughout the Second World War. He died in 1952. (Note: this is a large file and may take a moment to download.)
This collection of drawings by Robert W. Chambers was published by The Halifax Mail to permanently show life in Halifax during wartime.
To mark its first half-century, the Montreal "Star" produced this booklet relating the newspaper's history, but devoting most of its space to the First World War - flags of the Allied nations, awards and decorations, important dates, and photographs of leading Allied generals.