Field Notes from the Russian Front. Stanley Washburn (Special Correspondent of the London Times with the Russian Armies). London: Andrew Melrose Ltd., 2nd impression, 1915. 291 pages. 52 full page photographs by George H. Mewe. Tissue guarded frontispiece photogravure (sepia) of Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich Romanov, commander in chief of the Russian Imperial Army units on the main front in the first year of the war. He was grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia and his father was also Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich, refered to as the Elder. Interesting detailed first-person account of Russia's entrance into World War I.
Dark blue hardcover cloth with gilt lettering and vignettes to spine (St. George) and front (double-headed eagle). In very good condition with some rubbing to front cover and handling marks. Slight wear to top/bottom of spine. Foxing to endpapers and pages, binding sound. Period ex libris inside front cover. 1 only.