Royal Army Medical Corps, British Salonika Force, World War I
February, 1917. ['British Salonika Force. General Headquarters, British Salonika Force, December 1, 1916.']
8vo: 36 pp, paginated  to 52. Disbound and unbound. Grubby, but with text clear and entire. Outer bifolium in poor condition. Lacking stitching, so with each bifolium loose. Mainly consisting of lists of individuals receiving awards.
Lieut.-Col. P. W. Williams-Till and the Officers of the Durham Light Infantry
'Proprietors The Dud Empires Ltd.' [Salonika and the Balkans, c.1916.]
Printed on both sides of a piece of paper, roughly 25.5 x 37.5 cm, folded three times to make a packet of 6pp., 25.5 x 12.5 cm. The title advertises 'All the old favourites, and new book by Pte. E. G. S. Staples. New Lyrics and parodies by 2 Lt. C. M. Hale. Additional music by Pte G. M. Rutt. Produced by Pte E. G. S. Staples.' Also 'Full Beauty Chorus of Macedonian Houris from the EASTERN THEATRE (of War) by kind permission of the Balkan News.' Other spoof advertisements include: 'Soap! Soap! Soap!