Quarter bound with blue cloth spine & black titles, and blue paper-covered boards with titles and an eagle on the front and information about the publisher on the back. Spine is bumped and worn at the top and base. The front board is a little faded and has some surface marking. Small owner name in pencil on the front pastedown. Small hole in the front hinge at the pastedown/first free endpaper. No other inscriptions, binding is sound. Scarce yearbook of the British Empire in 1918 at the end of the First World War, illustrated throughout with folding maps. This yearbook looks at the events within the British Empire throughout the year. Including 'His Majesty King George V' by Sir Edward M. Mountain, 'America and the German Challenge' by Viscount Bryce, 'The Third Year of the War' by Archibald Hurd, 'Labour and Capital after the War' by J. Ellis Barker, as well as looking at the problems of food and drink, labour unrest, war pensions, and more. Illustrated with a frontispiece, coloured folding maps, folding and colour plates, and coloured plates of maps.