London: His Majesty's Stationery Office. Part of a trove of like materials sent from the
offices of Sir Gilbert Parker to one H.H. Piatt in Kansas City. Each more than 8" X 12" small
folio then tri-folded. All have rusted staples which hold the large pamphlet together, many are soiled and have been wet.
Disregarding the rusted staples, THE PAPER QUALITY ranges in condition from good minus to very good minus. However, these
should still be considered an "academics" reference dream; not fine condition museum pieces.
[photograph 1 contents as follows]
No. 5, March 1915. Correspondence between HIS MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT and THE UNITED STATES AMBASSADOR respecting
the TREATMENT OF GERMAN PRISIONERS OF WAR AND INTERNED CIVILIANS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. 3pp.
No. 7, April 1915. Correspondence between HIS MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT and THE UNITED STATES AMBASSADOR respecting
the TREATMENT OF PRISIONERS OF WAR AND INTERNED CIVILIANS in the UNITED KINGDOM AND GERMANY RESPECTIVELY. pp. 87 (this
document comes not from Sir Gilbert Parker's office but from the Chambers of R. Newton Crane, Esq., known by his card
laid in; sent to Piatt by one Duncan Campbell Lee.)
19, December 1915. Correspondence with the United States Ambassador respecting THE TREATMENT OF BRITISH PRISIONERS OF WAR AND INTERNED CIVILIANS IN GERMANY. 64pp.
[photograph 2 contents as follows]
4-Miscellaneous No. 2, January, 1916. Statement of the MEASURES ADOPTED TO INTERCEPT THE SEA-BORNE COMMERCE OF GERMANY. 7pp.
5-Miscellaneous No. 4, January 1916. Correspondence with the United States Ambassador respecting with the United States Ambassador respecting the SAFETY OF ALIEN ENEMIES REPATRIATED FROM INDIA ON THE S.S. "GOLCONDA. 3pp.
6-Miscellaneous No. 8, March, 1916. Further Correspondence with the United States Ambassador respecting the SAFETY OF ALIEN ENEMIES REPATRIATED FROM
INDIA ON THE S.S. "GOLCONDA. [ In continuation of Miscellaneous No. 4] 3pp.
7-Miscellaneous No. 10, April, 1916. Report by the GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE ON
THE TREATMENT BY THE ENEMY OF BRITISH PRISIONERS OF WAR regarding the CONDITIONS OBTAINING AT WITTENBERG CAMP DURING THE TYPHUS
EPIDEMIC OF 1915. 9pp.
8-Miscellaneous No. 13, April, 1916. Sworn Statement by HORST VON DER GOLTZ alias BRIDGEMAN TAYLOR. 7pp.
9-Miscellaneous No. 17, May, 1916. Correspondence
with the United States Ambassador respecting THE TRANSFER TO SWITZERLAND OF BRITISH AND GERMAN WOUNDED AND SICK COMBATANT
PRISONERS OF WAR 6pp.
10-Miscellaneous No. 18, June, 1916. Report by Doctor A.E. Taylor on the CONDITIONS OF DIET AND NUTRITION IN THE INTERNMENT CAMP AT RUHLEBEN received
through the UNITED STATES AMBASSADOR. 12 pp.
11-Miscellaneous No. 19, June 1916. Correspondence respecting the EMPLOYMENT OF BRITISH AND GERMAN PRISIONNERS OF WAR in POLAND
AND FRANCE RESPECTIVELY. 4 pp.
12-Miscellaneous No. 21, July, 1916.
Further Correspondence respecting the CONDITIONS OF DIET AND NUTRITION IN THE INTERNMENT CAMP AT RUHLEBEN [In continuation of Miscellaneous
No. 18.] 9pp.
13-Miscellaneous No. 22, July 1916. Note
Addressed by His Majestys Government to Neutral Representatives in London Respecting the WITHDRAWAL OF THE DECLARATION OF
LONDON ORDERS IN COUNCIL. 4 pp.
14- Miscellaneous No. 32, September 1916. Correspondence respecting the RELIEF OF ALLIED TERRITORIES in the OCCUPATION OF THE ENEMY. 27 pp.
15-Miscellaneous No. 34, October 1916. Report on the
TYPHUS EPIDEMIC AR GARDELEGEN by the GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE on the TREATMENT BY THE ENEMY OF BRITISH PRISIONERS OF WAR DURING
THE SPRING AND SUMMER OF 1915. 10pp.
16-Miscellaneous No. 35, November 1916.
Further Correspondence respecting the PROPOSED RELEASE OF CIVILIANS
INTERNED IN THE BRITISH AND GERMAN EMPIRES. 6pp.
No. 37, December 1916. Correspondence with the Belgian Minister Respecting the DEPORTATION
OF BELGIANS TO GERMANY AND THE FORCED LABOUR IMPOSED UPON THEM BY THE GERMAN AUTHORITIES. 5pp.
[photographs 3, 4, 5 all relate to the following document]
18- EUROPEAN WAR. PAPERS relating to GERMAN ATROCITIES ANND BREACHES OF
THE RULES OF WAR, IN AFRICA. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty. July 1916. 88pp. Black
and white photos.(There is now a 5 inch tear through the front blue cover of this piece not present when the photograph of
this piece was made...don't ask...I'm an idiot.)
[photograph 6 contents as follows]
19-Miscellaneous No. 3, January 1917. DISPATCH
to HIS MAJESTY'S AMBASSADOR AT WASHINGTON respecting THE ALLIED NOTE of JANUARY 10, 1917. 3pp.
20-Miscellaneous No. 7, March 1917. Further Correspondence with the United States
Ambassador respecting THE TREATMENT OF BRITISH PRISIONERS
OF WAR AND INTERNED CIVILIANS IN GERMANY.29 pp.
No. 8, April 1917. Correspondence with the SWEDISH GOVERNMENT respecting the MININNG OF THE KOGRUND PASSAGE.
22-Miscellaneous No. 16, November 1917. Correspondence with
the GERMAN GOVERNMENT regarding the ALLEGED MISUSE of BRITISH HOSPITAL SHIPS. 26 pp.
[photograph 7 contents as follows]
No. 3, February 1918. REPORT on the TRANSPORT OF BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR TO GERMANY.
24-Miscellaneous No. 6, March 1918. Correspondence with
the GERMAN GOVERNMENT respecting the DEATH BY BURNING OF J.P. GENOWER, ABLE SEAMANN, WHEN PRISIONER OF WAR AT BRANDENBURG
25-Miscellaneous No. 7, April 1918. REPORT
on THE TREATMENT BY THE ENEMY of BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR BEHIND THE FIRING LINES IN FRANCE AND BELGIUM.WITH TWO APPENDECIES.
26-Miscellaneous No. 10, April 1918. AGREEMENT between THE BRITISH AND OTTOMAN GOVERNMENNTS respecting PRISIONERS OF WAR AND CIVILIANS. 13pp.
27-Miscellaneous No. 11, May 1918. Correspondence with the NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT
respecting the REQUISITIONING OF DUTCH SHIPS BY THE ASSOCIATED GOVERNMENTS. 11pp.
All 27 items, $270USD