The War Illustrated' was one of the most succesful British war magazines published during the 1914-1918 conflict. Edited by J. A. Hammerton, it was a newly created title upon outbreak of war. The War Illustrated was more of a popular working class magazine, containing many hand-drawn illustrations of the more adventurous and heroic type. Not quite a 'war-tabloid', the reporting was in the early years of the war less factual than it was sensational and above all fiercly patriotic. Nor did The War Illustrated hesitate to print accounts and illustrations of German atrocities, some true, but for the most part invented. After 1916, reporting took on a more serious appearance, with more importance being placed on veracity and facts.

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