22 Michelin Illustrated Guides to Battlefields of World War 1 DVD Maps Medal Hat

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller ttg-publishing (11,247) 99.8%, Location: BLACKWOOD, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 382627658377 Michelin Illustrated Guides to the Battlefields of WW1 22 Illustrated Michelin Guides to the Battlefields of WWI (.pdf) Plus 123 Additional Maps (.jpg) Rare Vintage books scanned to PDF format on Computer disk This is a library that is unique to us. The Michelin Illustrated Guides to the Battlefields of World War One are generally considered to be the best sources of information available and as such are much sought after and are gradually becoming unavailable. These guides are the most comprehensive guidebooks to the Great War; some were actually in print before the end of the war itself. In addition to the Michelin Guides we have also sourced Maps covering the topics of the Guidebooks, so not only do you have the photos, maps and accounts within the Michelin Guides themselves but you also have an additional 130 Maps to further illustrate the situation. French-Language Texts - please note that six of the books are in French. Whilst we do not usually like to include foreign language books in our collections we felt the value of these particular Michelin guides was such that they would only add value and hence were included. The Most Complete Vintage Book Library Available on 1 x DVD Easily Searchable & Printable N.B there is NO BOX included in the purchase you will receive a CD/DVD in a protective sleeve shipped in a cardboard mailer. On The Disk This unique disk is an opportunity to own these rare and collectible vintage items before they disappear forever. Some of the books on the disk are already unavailable and but for being scanned into digital format would never be seen again. Each book has been scanned in as a faithful reproduction of the original. This is a chance to be able to see books that would otherwise be lost to future generations. The books are a unique library that are not only a historical record but also a valuable resource of ideas, methods and instruction. IMPORTANT: These books come supplied on a DVD - note that this is not a DVD that will play on a home DVD player, it contains no video whatsoever. It is a Data DVD and must be used on a Computer to view the files. Be Careful: Other sellers may be selling disks where you will have difficulty finding the book that you are looking for because they have file names that are meaningless. We have taken the time so that all our books are named as specifically as possible (there is a limit to the number of characters allowed in a file name) to give as much information as possible so that you can easily search for just the book that you want to find. Additionally sellers may place restrictions on how you can use the files on the disk such as not being able to add your own notes or comments etc - they put a security protection on them which requires a password which they don't give to you - our books are totally unrestricted. The Quality and Nature of the Scans As with all our disks, we will always endeavour to put the books that are of the best available quality (in respect to condition) on the disk. However, due to the age of the books and how they have been stored plus the quality of the original printing, there are differences in the qualities of the books on the disk. For instance, some books that are available to us are in such poor condition that they would be unreadable if they were scanned in, so these are reproduced verbatim, others are in good condition and can be directly scanned - each book has to be treated on a case-by-case basis. In the interest of clarity we feel it is important to explain the nature of the PDF books you will receive. Whatever the quality is of the books you can rest assured that it will be the best available, if there were a better copy available we would put it on the disk for you. ~ List of Contents on the Disk ~ Total 145 Items On The Disk in PDF and JPG format Michelin Illustrated Guides to the Battlefields of The Great War (PDF) Miens before and during the war - 1919 Arras, Lens-Douai and the battles of Artois - 1920 Battlefields of The Marne 1914 - The Ourcq Battlefields Meux-Senlis-Chantilly - 1917 Battle-fields of the Marne, Vol 1 - 1914 L'Alsace et les combats des Vosges Vol 1 - 1920 [French Language] L'Alsace et les combats des Vosges Vol 2 - 1920 [French Language] Les Marais de Saint-Gond - 1919 [French Language] Lille before and during the war - 1919 Metz et la bataille de Morhange - 1919 [French Language] Rheims and the battles for its possession - 1919 Soissons before and during the war - 1919 St. Quentin--Cambrai, la ligne hindenburg - 1921 (French Language) Strasbourg - 1919 (French Language) The Americans in the Great War Vol 1 - 1920 The Americans in the Great War Vol 2 - 1920 The Americans in the Great War Vol 3 - 1920 The battle of Verdun (1914-1918) - 1919 The Somme Vol 1 - 1919 The Somme Vol 2 - 1919 The Yser and the Belgian coast - 1920 Verdun, Argonne, Metz - 1919 Ypres and the battles of Ypres - 1920 Maps (JPG) Aerial photograph of Messines, 2 June 1917 Aisne Defensive, June 1-5, 1918 - - Chateau Thierry Sector, June 6-July 14, 1918 (Map No. 1) Aisne Defensive, June 1-5, 1918 - Chateau Thierry Sector, June 6-July 16, 1918 Aisne-Marne Offensive - July 18-23, 1918 Aisne-Marne Offensive - July 25-August 6, 1918 Aisne-Marne Offensive, 1st Division July 18-23, 1918 Aisne-Marne Offensive, August 1-6, 1918 - Fismes Sector, August 7-17, 1918 - Oisne-Aisne Offensive, August 18-September 7, 1918 Aisne-Marne Offensive, July 18-20, 1918 Aisne-Marne Offensive, July 18-23, 1918 Aisne-Marne Offensive, July 18-29, 1918 (Map No. 3) Aisne-Marne Offensive, July 24-August 6, 1918 - Vesle Sector, August 7-12, 1918 Aisne-Marne Offensive, July 27-August 6, 1918 Aisne-Marne Offensive, July 28-31, 1918 Batlle of Marne 1 1914 Batlle of Marne 2 1914 Batlle of Marne 3 1914 Batlle of Marne 4 1914 Batlle of Marne 5 1914 Batlle of Marne 6 - Subsequent German Retreat 1914 Battle and capture of Hamel July 4th 1918 Battle of Arras 1918 Battle of Cambrai 20 Nov-7 Dec 1917 Battle of Cambrai_area_1917 Battle of the Aisne - 14 September THE FIGHT FOR THE CHEMIN DES DAMES Battle of the Aisne - Situation Map 12 September Battle of the Aisne Battle of the Yser 1914 = Yser_inundations_and_western_approaches_to_Houthoulst_Forest,_1914 Battle of the Yser Battle_of_Arras_-_Vimy_Ridge_derivative Battle_of_Messines_-_Map Battle_of_Messines_Map - Ypres, Belgium and Vicinity Situation 7 June 1917 to 14 June Disposition of German artillery north of Ypres - 8 April 1917 First Battle of Arras - Map Reciprocal attempts of the French and Germans to outflank to the north, 15 September - 8 October 1914 First Battle of Ypre 1914 - Map First Battle of Ypres 1914 - Locations_of_the_Allied_and_German_armies,_19_October_1914 First Battle of Ypres 1914 21st Oct Messines-Wytschaete area 1917 Meuse Argonne Offensive, October 17-November 11, 1918 - North Sheet Meuse-Argonne (Champagne) Offensive, October 5-29, 1918 Meuse-Argonne (Champagne) Offensive, September 26-October 8, 1918 Meuse-Argonne (Champagne) Offensive, September 29-October 14, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive - October 5-November 1, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive - October 26 - November 11, 1918 (North Sheet) Meuse-Argonne Offensive - October 26-November 11, 1918 (South Sheet) Meuse-Argonne Offensive, November 2-10, 1918 - South Sheet Meuse-Argonne Offensive, November 2-11, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, November 2-November 10, 1918 - North Sheet Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 5-30, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 5-November 11, 1918 (Map A) Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 5-November 11, 1918 (Sheet B) Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 10-November 5, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 13-November 11, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 14-November 11, 1918 - North Sheet Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 14-November 11, 1918 - South Sheet Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 17-November 11, 1918 - South Sheet Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 17-November 11, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 21-November 11, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 23-November 8, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 24-November 11, 1918 (North Sheet) Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 24-November 11, 1918 (South Sheet) Meuse-Argonne Offensive, October 26-November 11, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, September 26-November 1, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, September 26-October 5, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, September 26-October 20, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, September 26-October 20 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, September 29-November 2, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, September 29-October 12, 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, September 30-October 13, 1918 Oise-Aisne Offensive, August 18-September 6, 1918 Oise-Aisne Offensive, September 15-November 11, 1918 - Map No.1 Oise-Aisne Offensive, September 15-November 11, 1918 - Map No.2 Position of the Armies on the Western Front at the eve of World War I Second Battle of Ypres - Line at midnight 22-23rd April 1915 Somme Defensive - March 21-April 6, 1918 Somme Offensive - September 23-October 2, 1918 Somme Offensive - September 24 - October 2, 1918 Somme Offensive, August 8-20, 1918 Somme Offensive, October 3-22, 1918 - Map No. 1 Somme Offensive, October 3-22, 1918 - Map No. 2 Somme Offensive, October 3-22, 1918 The Attack on Verdun 1916 The Battle of Messines, Third Battle of Ypres and the Battle of Cambrai 1917 The Battle of the Aisne. September 14th, 1914 The Meuse and Argonne Offensives (Sedan-Vwrdun) Sep-Nov 1918 The Second Battle of the Marne (Soissons), and the Battle of Amiens (Perrone) 1918 The World in 1919 Third Battle of the Aisne Siuation 27 May 1918 Third Battle of Ypres - German trench lines (Sept 1917) Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendale) Oct 1917 Third Battle Ypres 2-1st Buckinghamshire Batallion 22nd Aug 1917 Third Battle Ypres Aug 1917 -Circuit for horse drawn ambulance transport, picking up casualties at the Hooge Chateau Third Ypres Frezenberg September-October 1917 Third_Ypres_-_Map_Showing_Progress_in_the_Ypres_Area. Western Front 1914 First Battle of the Marne - Situation Early 26 August 1914 Western Front 1914 First Battle of the Marne (1) Situation at 26 August 1914 Western Front 1914 First Battle of the Marne (2) Situation at 30 August 1914 Western Front 1914 First Battle of the Marne (3) Situation at 2 September 1914 Western Front 1914 First Battle of the Marne (4) Situation at 5 September 1914 Western Front 1914 First Battle of the Marne (5) Situation at 09-00 9 September 1914 Western Front 1914 German Marne Retreat Situation 2 1914 Western Front 1914 German Marne Retreat Situation mid-September 1914 Western Front 1914 Situation Late 30th August Caampaign of the Marne Western Front 1915-16 Battle of the Somme 1st July and Allied Gains Western Front 1915-16 Battle of Verdun Overview of battle, Feb-Dec 1916 Western Front 1915-16 Stabilised Front 1915-16 Overview of lines in 1915-16 Western Front 1917 Battle of Cambrai Western Front 1917 Battles of Arras-Messines Situation on 9 April 14 June 1917 Western Front 1917 Plan for Second Battle of the Aisne Preparations for April 1917 Western Front 1917 Second Battle of the Aisne Situation on 16 April 1917 Western Front 1917 Third Battles of Ypres - Passchendaele Situation 31 July and Nov-Dec 1917 Western Front 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive Operations from Sep-Nov 1918 Western Front 1918 Reduction of Amiens Salient Operation from Aug-Sep 1918 Western Front 1918 Second Battle of the Marne Situation on 6 August 1918 Western Front 1918 Third Battle of the Aisne Situation on 4 June 1918 Western front Aisne-Marne Offensive Situation 18 July amd Operations 6 Aug 1918 Western Front Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele) situation 31 July to 7 Dec 1917 Western Front, 1917, The Battle of Arras and the Second Battle of the Aisne Western Front, Final Allied Offensive, 25 September - 11 November 1918 Ypres - Broodseinde-Results compared to Objectives 1917 Ypres - Broodseinde-Setup+Objectives 1917 Ypres Line od Sept 19, 25, 27th 1917 Ypres-Lys Offensive - October 25-November 11, 1918 Ypres-Lys Offensive, October 29-November 11, 1918 The Nature of Scanned Books You will get a copy of each of the scanned books in PDF format. The PDF will be a replica of the book in exactly the condition it was available to us - so that will necessarily mean that the book will have inevitable signs of aging. Some of the books in our collection are over 400 years old - it is not possible to maintain a book in pristine condition for that length of time. In addition any marks made by the previous owners will also be present. We do not consider that to be a flaw of the product but rather adds to its authenticity. Searchable - Each file is fully named on the disk so it is easy to search and find a particular title. In addition each book is searchable and individual sections or pages can easily be printed. Viewing - The books will require suitable PDF software to view them, almost certainly you will already have this on your computer or device - if not such software is universally available for Free download. Sizing - Page size can be adjusted to suit your needs for viewing text or images. Printing - All maps and books are printable - we do not place any security restrictions on them. Images - All images can be printed out and used as you wish. About the Disk The disk is not suitable for use on a home DVD player connected tour TV or audio device. The disk contains JPEG file (maps in photo format) and PDF files (these are electronic books) which can be viewed on your computer. You can easily convert the PDF files to a similar format suitable for viewing on your Tablet, mobile phone, Kindle, eBook reader or other device using the totally free software called Calibre Please Note - Physical books are not included in this purchase; all books are scans of the original books in PDF digital format only. You will receive your disk in a protective sleeve - there is no box included. The cost of a box plus associated increase in postage and packaging would mean the price of the item would need to at least double and we find that our customers do not value a box but rather they value the contents of our disks . Shipping All items are shipped from the UK. We despatch within one business day of receiving the order, please note that whilst we can despatch purchases quickly we cannot control the delivery time it takes to reach you. For UK deliveries the standard service is second class post shipped in a secure cardboard CD mailer. For non-UK deliveries; the standard posting method is Airmail. Please be aware that Airmail delivery times can vary greatly even within the same country, there is not a standard time and please do not expect your item to arrive within a few days - it simply will not happen. The "Anticipated Delivery" date is given by eBay , not us, and quite frankly should be totally ignored because it is not a true reflection of the reality. There is an option to have tracked international shipping (it is an option in the postage section of the listing) - tracked delivery is far more secure, it can often be quicker but is relatively expensive; we charge just for the cost of the service plus our additional time in organising it; it is entirely optional whether you make use of that service or not. Satisfaction Guarantee We feel certain you will be delighted with your purchase. If however for any reason you have cause for concern then please contact us. We are always happy to resolve any issue to your satisfaction and offer a full no-quibble money-back guarantee. We purchase many different items ourselves on eBay and understand the need for quality customer service. Please note - before contactIng us with a query that the disk is intended to be use on a computer only (with suitable PDF reader software, Freely available) - it will not work on a home DVD player connected to your TV. The disk does not contain audio or video files; it is a data disk with PDFs on it DELIVERY time-scale - Note to All Non-UK Buyers In 99.9% of cases we will post your international purchase to you within one Business day but after that we have absolutely no control over the speed, efficiency or effectiveness of the particular delivery service that you have selected. So please be aware of the following: 1. Anticipated delivery is set by eBay (not us) and should be ignored. 2. There is no set time for when your Airmail item will arrive. It may be 2 weeks, it may be 4 weeks (yes items can often take that long to be delivered); but almost certainly it will not be 5 days. 3. Standard Airmail delivery WILL NOT INCLUDE TRACKING – that service is available for an extra charge. Tracking will make the delivery more secure but does not necessarily speed up the delivery time (we charge extra for tracking simply because that is what Royal Mail charge us). Please form your expectations on the basis of the points raised above – the same points apply for all sellers though they may not openly say it; but we prefer to create a realistic expectation and as a result have a harmonious relationship rather than tell you it will arrive in 4 days and then have to deal with the fallout from that when it doesn’t happen. For any queries please feel free to send us a message using the eBay message system. Condition: Brand new, Author: Various, Subject: Military & War, Language: English, Sub-Subject: World War One WW1 Battlefields, Format: HQ PDF scans on Computer Disk (DVD)

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