In late February 1915 another panorama number was produced
entitled ‘Great-War Deeds of the Royal Navy and the British
(Appendix list no. 69) This publication deals
with the incidents of gallantry performed by the Royal Navy, the Royal
Australian Navy, the Royal Air Service, the Naval Brigade, the British
Army, the Territorials, the Indian Army and the Canadian Contingent.
It consists of 28 photogravure proofs of paintings together with a 3ft
4in panorama depicting what was claimed to be one of the finest achievements
in the history of the British Army: the defeat of the Prussian Guard,
the corps d’elite of the German Army, before Ypres on November
The cover is in leather-effect dark green with an oval picture in brown
surrounded by a laurel wreath. The picture shows a wounded soldier protected
by his companions against a background of corpses, exploding shells
and a destroyed gun emplacement.
This issue cost half a crown.
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