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W. A. A. C's V. Tommies: A Game of Basket-Ball

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The W.A.A.C.’s in France have responded to a suggestion that, in their spare time, they should assist in the work of helping the recovery of convalescent soldiers in hospitals in France by inviting them to take part in sports. Here they are playing basketball – [Official Photograph]

The picturesque realism and fine sense of colour in Sir John Imvery’s drawings in the series ” British Artists at the Front,” Part II., will commend this fine record of the phase of the war of wh.ch it treats to innumerable admirers of the splend:d deeds of our men at the Front and the devoted workers in our great ship-yards and el.cshere. Introduct:ons by MIr. Robert Ross and Captain C. F. 1Montague add to the value of the publication, which, Swhether for its work of bnrh or ren, will add to the success of this fine pictorial record, which is issued from 2o. Tavistock Street, W.C., or George Newnes, Ltd., Southampton Street, W.C., at five shillings per nimber.


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Issue 4127. - Vol CLII

May, 25 1918

Illustrated London News