A rare 1914 edition of the WW1 War Office trench warfare publication,Notes From the Front includes the most up to date tactical information about trench warfare on the Western Front at the end of 1914. With details of infantry, artillery and cavalry operations, based on reports sent back by officers at the front. There are details of the latest German tactics, armament and operations. With illustrations of artillery and machine gun emplacements, German trenches, and fold-out diagrams of machine guns and motor ambulances. Incorporating the lessons learned since the start of the war, this booklet would have been an invaluable piece of kit for any British officer serving at the front in 1914-1915.
In very good condition. The paper cover is in good condition, with minor signs of wear and use. The stapled binding is secure, althought the staples are rusty. The text and illustrations are in very good condition.
Published: 1914 Khaki paper cover, black titling Illustrated with diagrams Dimensions: 105mm x 165mm Pages: 48 (plus folding plates)