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Photographic slides produced for the Central Committee for National Patriotic Organisations (CCNPO)



Reference Name MISC DON 1630

1) Slide 1. "Map 1. Europe 200 years ago." Text describing the status of Austria, Prussia, Poland and Turkey in the early 18th century.
2) Slide 2. Map 1: hand-coloured map of Europe in the early 18th century.
3) Slide 3. "Map 2. Prussia 100 years ago." Text describing the rise of Prussia as a great power.
4) Slide 4. Map 2: hand-coloured map of Europe showing the borders of Prussia.
5) Slide 5. "Map 3. Prussia 50 years ago." Text describing Prussia's wars against Denmark and Austria and the foundation of the German Empire.
6) Slide 6. Map 3: hand-coloured map of Europe showing the German Empire.
7) Slide 7. "Map 4. Germany 44 years ago." Text describing the Germany's actions following the Franco-Prussian War.
8) Slide 8. Map 4: hand-coloured map of Europe showing the German and Austro-Hungarian empires.
9) Slide 9. "Map 5. The German Colonial Empire in 1914." Text describing Germany's recent colonial expansion.
10) Slide 10. Map 5: handcoloured map showing Germany's colonial possessions in Africa and the Far East.
11) Slide 11. "Map 6: The Pan-German Dream." Text describing Germany's supposed expansionist plans in Europe.
12) Slide 12. Map 6: handcoloured map showing Germany's supposed expansionist plans in Europe.
13) Slide 13. "Map 7: World-Power or Downfall." Text describing the supposed extent of Germany's possessions in the event of victory.
14) Slide 14. Map 7: handcoloured map showing the supposed extent of Germany's possessions in the event of victory.
15) Slide A 2. Reproduction of the seals and signatures of the representatives of Britain (Lord Palmerston), Belgium (Sylvain Van De Weyer), Austria (Senfft), France (H Sebastiani), Germany (Bülow) and Russia (Pozzo Di Borgo) from the Treaty of London of 1839.
16) Slide A4. The flags of the Allied nations.
17) Slide A9. Photograph of Sir Edward Carson.
18) Slide A10. Photograph of an unidentified general.
19) Slide B1. "L'Armée Britannique." Diagram showing two figures of a British soldier drawn to a scale to illustrate the size of the British Army in 1915 (275,000) and 1917 (5,000,000).
20) Slide B2. Photograph showing columns of (? newly enlisted) men in civilian clothes stood in front of a group of dignataries.
21) Slide B4. Photograph of General Kitchener.
22) Slide B5. Copy of King George V's instruction to conscript all able-bodied men between the ages of 18 and 41. Buckingham Palace, 25 May 1916.
23) Slide B6. Photograph of a large body of soldiers on parade.
24) Slide B8. Photograph of soldiers marching through the streets of London.
25) Slide B9. Photograph of Sikh soldiers on horseback.
26) Slide B10. Photograph of Douglas Haig in uniform.
27) Slide B11. Photograph of soldiers going over the top.
28) Slide B12. Photograph of soldiers advancing through barbed wire.
29) Slide B13. Photograph of soldiers on the march waving to the camera.
30) Slide B14. Photograph of soldiers being transported on lorries.
31) Slide B15. Photograph of a group of soldiers. A number are wearing captured Pickelhauben.
32) Slide B18. Photograph of an empty trench damaged by shellfire.
33) Slide B20. Photograph of a barbed wire entanglement.
34) Slide B21. Photograph of a damaged British tank.
35) Slide B22. Photograph of British soldiers with captured German troops.
36) Slide B23. Photograph of captured artillery pieces.
37) Slide C1. Photograph of ships of the Royal Navy at sea. Two armoured cruisers are closest to the camera.
38) Slide C2. Hand-drawn warship silhouettes.
39) Slide C3. Hand-drawn silhouettes of destroyers and submarines.
40) Slide C6. Photograph of warships in action.
41) Slide C7. Photograph of soldiers on a dockside raising their caps to two officers on a rostrum. Alongside the quay is a battleship [possibly "Iron Duke"].
42) Slide C8. Photograph of the British submarine C34.
43) Slide C9. Photograph of an officer looking through the periscope of a British submarine.
44) Slide C11. Cartoon of a crate emblazoned with the words "Made in Germany". Around the base of the crate is a flotilla of ships and below that is a submarine just beginning to dive.
45) Slide C12. Map of Europe with Germany's colonial possessions superimposed on the same scale.
46) Slide C13. "Les soldats de L'Empire: leurs patrie et leurs champs de Bataille."
Map showing the countries of the British Empire and the theatres in which their soldiers are serving.
47) Slide D1. Photograph of British military aircraft on an airfield.
48) Slide D2. Photograph of a pusher biplane.
49) Slide D3. Photograph of a pusher biplane in the air.
50) Slide D4. Photograph of a seaplane on a temporary platform mounted above the guns of a battleship. 51) Slide D5. Photograph of a British seaplane.
52) Slide D6. Photograph of a number seaplanes.
53) Slide D7. Photograph of British blimps.
54) Slide D8. Photograph of mobile artillery pieces in France or Belgium.
55) Slide D9. Photograph of a mobile artillery piece in France or Belgium.
56) Slide D10. Photograph of the wreckage of Zeppelin L15 in the River Thames.
57) Slide D11. Photograph of William Leefe Robinson VC in the uniform of the RFC.
58) Slide D12. Photograph of the wreckage of the German airship SL11, which was shot down over Cuffley, Hertfordshire, by William Leefe Robinson on 3 Sep 1916.
59) Slide D13. Map of Britain showing the locations where German zeppelins were shot down between 3 Sep and 28 Nov 1916.
60) Slide D14. Photograph of the "Zeppelin Oak" showing the wreckage of Zeppelin L31, which was shot down near Potters Bar on 1 Oct 1916.
61) Slide D15. Photograph of the wreckage of (?) Zeppelin L31.
62) Slide D16. Photograph of the wreckage of (?) Zeppelin L31.
63) Slide E1. "Production des munitions d'artillerie." Chart showing the number of days taken to produce shells.
64) Slide E2. "Les fabriques nationales de projectiles." Britain's factories now produce over 10,000 shells every week.
65) Slide E4. Photograph of a shop floor scene in a factory producing shells.
66) Slide E5. Photograph showing a vast number of shells in a storage facility.
67) Slide E6. Photograph of a workman stood next to a heavy calibre shell, which is roughly his height. Other shells and the workshop can be seen in the background.
68) Slide E7. Photograph of heavy calibre gun barrells bearing manufactured.
69) Slide E8. Photograph showing female workers making munitions.
70) Slide E9. Photograph of a young woman producing munitions.
71) Slide E10. Photograph of a woman operating a machine tool.
72) Slide F1. Photograph of soldiers marching along a shell-damaged street in France or Belgium.
73) Slide F2. Photograph of soldiers advancing across No Man's Land.
74) Slide F3. Photograph of a group of civilians in a street in France or Belgium.
75) Slide F4. Photograph of German prisoners of war.
76) Slide F5. Photograph of British army units. There are foot soldiers nearest the camera, artillery units in the middle distance and a tank is visible in the background.
77) Slide F6. Photograph of soldiers on a battlefield.
78) Slide numbered 19 and 24. Photograph of the cliffs between Waulsort and Dinant, Belgium.

Physical Description: 78 glass slides in their original wooden box.

Extent: 78 slides

Date: c1914-1917

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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