(1) Illustrated London News, complete issue for 2 October 1915. 24pp, illustrated. 14x10 inches. Removed from larger bound volume, complete in itself. $45
Also has reports from the Dardenelles, Australian and NZ hospital ships, full page map for the Belgian combat frontier, and a two-page diagram showing the distribution of command.
A fascinating aspect in modern technology and warfare is the reliance upon pgieons and dogs--and their achievemetns--for war services. Evidently several hundred thousand pigeons were used to relay messages between divisional headquarters and battlefield postions and such during WWI, with something like 90% of the messages being delivered successfully--a remarkable achievement, since it was not uncommon for the pigeons to fly dozens of miles to perform their task. Dogs were used as guards and ambulance litter carriers, but messengers/runners for communications via the long and intricate mazes of trenches at the front.
The image below comes from The Illustrated London News for 2 October 1915