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WW1 Photos: Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume 4 - 1920

Photographs and Other Images Sourced from the Book Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume IV: The War on the Sea - Battles, Sea Raids and Submarine Campaigns, 1920. A part of a World War 1 Online Exhibit at the GG Archives.

The American Fleet in British Waters. Rear-Admiral Hugh Rodman, who commanded the American Fleet that operated with the British Grand Fleet, is welcoming King George aboard the battleship New York. The King is followed by Admiral Sir David Beatty. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID #

Hit in the Stokehold.

Hit in the Stokehold. The Illustration Deals with a Thrilling Moment When an Enemy Torpedo Has Struck a Warship in a Vital Part below the Water Line. These Men Who Worked in the Bowels of a Warship during a Naval Action Took Appalling Risks. They Were the Unsung and Unknown Heroes of the War. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189cf0a079

Perspective Map Showing the Location of the North Sea Mine Barrage, the Scene of the Principal Naval Actions, and the German Naval Bases.

Perspective Map Showing the Location of the North Sea Mine Barrage, the Scene of the Principal Naval Actions, and the German Naval Bases. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189d21e347

King George and Admiral Beatty.

King George and Admiral Beatty. the Head of the British Empire and the Sailor on Whom the Safety of That Empire Chiefly De- Pended. When It Comes to Fighting, in Small Things and in Great, Beatty Has an Instinct for the Right Stroke at the Right Moment, Which in War Is beyond Price. Photo by Hunter. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189d97126a

The Tragedy of the Lusitania. Aside from the Human Issue Involved, the Sinking of the Lusitania Has Been Called the Greatest Diplomatic Blunder of the War.

The Tragedy of the Lusitania. Aside from the Human Issue Involved, the Sinking of the Lusitania Has Been Called the Greatest Diplomatic Blunder of the War. Illustration © New York Herald. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189ddd096b

Take Up the Sword of Justice. Remember the Lusitania.

Take Up the Sword of Justice. Remember the Lusitania. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189e035b01

The Lusitania Sailing on Her Fatal Voyage.

The Lusitania Sailing on Her Fatal Voyage. She Sailed From New York on May 1st With 1,959 Persons on Board. on That Morning Advertisements Appeared in Many Newspapers Over the Signature of the German Embassy, Warning Neutrals to Avoid British Ships. She Was Torpedoed 10 Miles From the Rocky Irish Coast and 28 Miles From Queenstown. the Loss of Life Was 1,198 Killed or Wounded, 124 Being Americans. Photograph © Brown Bros. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189e03a14b

The Union-Castle Liner Alnwick Castle.

The Union-Castle Liner Alnwick Castle. She Was Torpedoed on March 19, 1917, without Warning, and Six Boatloads of Passengers Were Left at Sea over 300 Miles from Land. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189e3782fd

Interior of a German Submarine.

Interior of a German Submarine. The Central Post of the U-105 Surrounded by an Endless Chain of Wheels and Meters. This Was One of the German Submarines Turned over to the Allies by Germany. Photograph © Underwood and Underwood. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189e37f4b8

King George Visits an American Battleship. In the Photograph, King George Is Inspecting One of the Guns Mounted on the Ship’s Deck to Repel Submarine Attacks.

King George Visits an American Battleship. In the Photograph, King George Is Inspecting One of the Guns Mounted on the Ship’s Deck to Repel Submarine Attacks. Photograph © Central News. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189eadfc54

Sailor Receives a Box from Home.

Sailor Receives a Box from Home. Painting by L. A. Shafer. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189ec5b801

Lt. Cmdr. Charles C. Gill, USN, Ed., and Professor William O. Stevens, Ed., Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War in Twelve Volumes, Profusely Illustrated, Volume IV: The War on the Sea -- Battles, Sea Raids, and Submarine Campaigns, New York-London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1920. Foreword by Charles W. Eliot, Ph.D., and Introduction by Admiral Henry T. Mayo, USN.

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