by Bystander .
Written in English
|Other titles||The Bystander"s fragments from France.|
|Statement||by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather. Vol.5.|
fragments from france - the bystander's fragments from france - volume 4 paperback – by BRUCE BAIRNSFATHER (Author)Author: BRUCE BAIRNSFATHER. On 5th January The Bystander published an advertisement announcing that their new Bairnsfather book, to be titled Fragments from France - described as “48 pages of screaming comicality” - would be on sale shortly. Three weeks later, Fragments from France appeared in bookstalls across England, and was an instant hit. Fragments from France - Part Six by Bairnsfather, Capt. Bruce and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at imeldaclyde.com Editions for Fragments From France: (Hardcover published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Paperback pub.
May 31, · Old Bill finds a better ‘Ole. Old Bill, veteran British soldier of , now too old to fight, finds a place where he can carry on // The New York Times Magazine, November 26, Jul 02, · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Book - Fragments from France. IMG_JPG. IMG_JPG. IMG_JPG From the Collection of Melbourne Legacy Swanston Street Melbourne Victoria Description Front, white cardboard cover, with black stripe on the bottom and two vertical black and white patterns on right and left side of cover. Rear cover, white cardboard, blue stripe top. It was produced in February , given the name Fragments from France and sold for 1s. On the front cover was a coloured print of The Better Ole which soon became, and was to remain, the most loved of all Bairnsfather s cartoons. The authors own the original/5(13).
Between and the publishers of The Bystander issued reproductions of Bruce Bairnsfather's 'Fragments from France' cartoons in various formats on a huge variety of merchandise, generating a huge revenue stream for themselves, in the wake of Bairnsfather's huge popularity. Captain Charles Bruce Bairnsfather (9 July – 29 September ) was a prominent British humorist and cartoonist. His best-known cartoon character is Old Bill. Bill and his pals Bert and Alf featured in Bairnsfather's weekly "Fragments from France" cartoons published weekly in "The Bystander" magazine during the First World War. Project Gutenberg's Fragments From France, by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. A collection of black and white cartoons that had been previously published in 'The Bystander'. 8vo, blue cloth with pastedown; covers lightly worn with some rubbing. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, no date, c. A very good copy. Illustrator: Bruce Bairnsfather Binding: Hardcover Condition: Very Good Language: English.