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The Walton Collection

Evening Herald 4th May 1916 (8 day edition) Page 4 (Back Page)

Evening Herald 4th May 1916 (8 day edition) Page 4 (Back Page)

Evening Herald 4th May 1916 (8-day edition) Back page 4.

 Headlines and copy includes:

"WAR NEWS -KUT SURRRENDERS AFTER 143 DAYS- VERDUN STILL SAFE (THE FALL OF Kut under General Townsend due to lack of supplies with surrender of 3000 British and 6000 Indian Troops).

"THREE AIR RAIDS (Zeppelins) ON BRITAIN".

"COMPULSORY SERVICE" (Impending Conscription bill announced by Asquith).

"BRITISH REPEL SEVERAL ATTACKS - 600,000 GERMANS MASSED (on British Front). "FRENCH GAINS AT VERDUN". "BRITISH AND ENEMY SHIPS SUNK- NAVAL RAID BY GERMANS" and many details of the chaos and enormous loss of ships , submarines and life in various naval battles.

"LATEST NEWS" (focussing on Ireland) "MORE SUSPECTS ARRESTED -THE CASUALTY LISTS - DUBLIN TRAMWAYS (to resume running tomorrow)".

"BARRACK CAPTURED(Linen Hall) -SET ON FIRE BY THE INSURGENTS - FOUR MEN SHOT IN ONE HOUSE (King Street) ".

"THE PHOENIX PARK FORT - EXCEPTIONALLY DARING ATTACK".

"AMMUNITION CONVOY -HOW THE CAVALRY SAVED IT".

This remarkable narrative captures all the detail of the original on 210 gsm Satin Art paper and is set on a mottled green suede background, behind glass, in an antique style Gold Leaf frame. 

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