WW1 Photo Library: The World's Work Magazine
Photographs and Other Images Sourced from various issues of The World's Work Magazine, 1919. A part of a World War 1 Online Exhibit at the GG Archives.
British and American Sea Leaders. Left to Right: Admiral Beatty, Rear-admiral Rodman, the King of England, the Prince of Wales, and Admiral Sims. With Britain Still the First Naval Power and America Now the Second. President Wilson’s "overwhelming Concert of Power" for a League of Nations Has a Solid Nucleus so Far as the Seas Are Concerned. Photograph © International Film Service. The World's Work Magazine, February 1919. GGA Image ID # 193ec3b534
Admiral Beatty and King George. The Head of the British Empire and the One Man on Whom the Safety of That Empire Chiefly Depended. “ When It Comes to Fighting, in Small Things and Great, Beatty Has an Instinct for the Right Stroke at the Right Moment, Which in War Is beyond Price.” The World's Work Magazine, February 1919. GGA Image ID # 193ed2504f
King George, a Guest on the USS New York. His Majesty (with His Back Turned) Is Discussing Matters with Admiral Rodman, and Whose Battle Squadron so Strengthened the British Fleet as to Make Absolutely Impregnable Its Control of the Sea. The World's Work Magazine, February 1919. GGA Image ID # 193edb6f85
Ready to Welcome King George. Officers and Sailors on the USS New York, Standing at Attention for the Royal Visit. The World's Work Magazine, February 1919. GGA Image ID # 193f232bee