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1 Bergeron, Gerard Current Affairs for the Canadian Forces - Yugoslavia - Volume 4 - Number 5, 1 March 1953
Ottawa Bureau of Current Affairs, Department of National Defence 1953 First Edition Paperback Very Good 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall 
30 pages. Presents an objective study of Yugoslav history and economics and discusses the political situation in Yugoslavia particularly with reference to the present-day international situation. Includes notes to discussion leaders. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. 
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2 Bihalji-Merin, Oto: Editor-in-Chief Yugoslavia :Number Eighteen (18) - Four Periods in Art, 1959
Yugoslavia Publicisticko-Izdavacki Zavod 1959 First Edition Paperback Very Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Number 18 of a pictorial series which published articles by well-known scientists, publicists, artists and critics in all fields of life in Yugoslavia on: socio-political problems; literature; painting; sculpture, economics; architecture; archeology; theatre; film; and sports. Contents of this issue include: The Art of Krsto Hegedusic; Porec Mosaics; Medieval Primitive Sculpture; Renaissance Artists from the Yugoslav Littoral. Abundantly illustrated with plates in copper, colour and black and white. Text in English. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. Very nice copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, February 19, 1955 -  Cover Photo of an Abandoned Harbour on North Tachen Island, Bryant, Arthur.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
3 Bryant, Arthur.; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, February 19, 1955 - Cover Photo of an Abandoned Harbour on North Tachen Island
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1955 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 297-340.. Features: Nice colour ad for Player's cigarettes inside front cover - "Player's Please"; Full-page ad for State Express 555 cigarettes - "The best cigarettes in the world"; Full page photo portrait of The Shawan Shah of Persia; Full-page photo portrait of the Empress Suraya of Persia; Photo of Mr. Donald Campbell's turbo-jet hydroplane 'Bluebird"; Photos of Princess Margaret's tour of Grenada, Tobago, and Barbados; Great one-page photo looking down on the busy deck of the U.S. Carrier Philippine Sea; Two pages of photos illustrate a major move in the South African Racial Segretation Policy - Native Resettlement; Amazing photos of a completed Mudhif and one underconstruction - the barrel-vaulted guest-halls of the Mesopotamian marshes of Iraq; Wonderful centerfold photo taken inside a Mudhif, built entirely of reed bundles and matting; Two pages of great photos of the marshmen of southern Iraq - how the Ma'dan live; Photos of safety demonstration in Copenhagan - a car is dropped 70' onto its nose; Photos of the British Army's new Sterling Sub-Machine Gun; Photos of thirteen personalities of the week include Marshal Bulganin, M.L. Boissier, Sir Alexander Fleming, Sir Godfrey Thomson and John W. Dulanty; Seven photos of the royal marriage in Portugal - the former Princess Paria-Pia of Savoy marries Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia; Six photos of the evacuation of the Tachen Islands; One-page photo of Washington's newly-completed Armed Forces' Institute of Pathology - designed to withstand an atomic blast; Photo of Swiss "Gun Car" - excellent tank killer; The Bell XV-3 Convertiplane; Nice one-page ad for the Daimler Conquest; Wilmot Breeden Ltd. colour ad inside back cover; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 10, 1963 - Photos of Early Dubai, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al
4 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 10, 1963 - Photos of Early Dubai
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 185-220 plus 4 pages of ads. Features: Sensational page of six photos, with text, illustrating Dubai, the primary port and one of the most progressive towns in Trucial Oman - includes the Customs Building, the new bridge, Shaikh Rashid Bin Said, a general view of the town, the Al-Gaz Hotel, the old palace, and more; Cover photo of the Queen Mother upon her 63rd birthday; Article on the Moscow Test-Ban Treaty with photo of DeGaulle; Photo of the Vickers Hovertruck in action; Photo of the Corporal missile on parade at Larkhill; Photo of Mr. David Tapp driving his tractor, The Seahorse, across the English Channel; Photo of champion racing driver Graham Hill aboard replica of a Ford Quadricycle, marking the centenary of Henry Ford who is shown separately driving a Quadricycle in 1904; Photo of spectators swarming onto the pitch at Headingley after West Indies triumph in fourth test match; Illustration of the eminent conductor, Mr. Basil Cameron; Page of fascinating text and photos explain war in Yemen between the Royalist and Republican forces; Photo of engine of wrecked WWII British bomber found in Dutch field; Photo of examination of first wreckage recovered from the U.A.R. Comet which crashed in the Indian Ocean on July 28, killing 62 persons including 26 Boy Scouts from the Philippines; Photos of Japanese Emperor Hirohito examining marine life on Hayama Beach, Japan; Dramatic photos of rescue efforts at Skopje, Yugoslavia after earthquake; Photo of Peru's president-elect, Signor Fernando Belaunde Terry; Amazing photo of huge Australian wedge-tailed Eagle named 'Widgie' landing on the arm of young John Ryder who rescued the bird when it fell from its nest in its youth; Photo of the Bishop of Caltagirone blessing and Italian cradle bound for the unborn child of President Kennedy; Photo of disarmament conference at Geneva; Photo of Orville Freeman presenting Indian peace pipe to Khrushchev on July 30; Book review of "Dieppe - The Shame And The Glory", by Terrence Robertson; Page of news and illustrations from 100 years ago includes New York riots, reoccupation of Jackson, Mississippi, by the Confederates, and balloon reconnaissance at Aldershott; One page photo of London Heliolaters (swimmers) at the Oasis Pool, Holborn, during the fifth day of the current heatwave; Delacroix Centennial exhibition in the Louvre; Illustrated article on the highways and houses of Salsisbury before redevelopment; Major coverage of biblical Shechem in Jordan - its history and current excavations; Photo of Chesterfield Cup horserace at Goodwood on July 31; Aerial photo of Eastbourne showing the Devonshire Park lawn tennis courts; Photos of personalities of the week include Dr. Carl Borgward, Lady Hudson, Sir Horace Clark, Sir Robert Chapman, Miss Claudia Mcpherson of Canada (the youngest Channel swimmer), Miss Jane Allday, six railwaymen who have become mayors in South Wales, Harold Philby (granted asylum in Russia), Jazzman Don Aloysius Gordon (freed on appeal of assault charge), John Grigg, Lord Stansgate with his wife (now Mr. Wedgwood Benn and a commoner), and Mr. St. Clair; Four photos and text of 100 foot first century Roman ship discovered in the Blackfriars mud; Two pages of amazing photos and text describe dystopian life inside a communist Chinese agricultural commune - an exclusive glimpse of life behind the bamboo curtain; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this wonderful issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, April (Apr.) 19, 1941 -  Cover Portrait of Squadron Leader Douglas R.S. Bader, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.
5 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P. The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, April (Apr.) 19, 1941 - Cover Portrait of Squadron Leader Douglas R.S. Bader
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 493-524. Features: Photo of Greek Prime Minister M. Alexander Korizis; Nice one-page cutaway illustration of British No. 1 Infantry (heavy) tank Mark IIA in action; Lovely two-page illustration of Britain's womanhood as mobilised for victory in national war services - in their many uniforms; Two-pages with fifteen illustrations of the gentle art of baling out of an airplane (escape technique); Six photos of Italy's defeat and humiliation in Libya, where the Nazis have taken over; The War with Nazi Germany - The Peril in the Near East - article with map showing the German advance in North Africa and one-page relief map showing Germany's sphere of Mediterranean operations from the Balkans and Libya, aimed at the oil filds of Iraq and the Suez Canal; Map of the entire Balkan theatre of war; Seven photos illustrate the "New Order" at work in France, Yugoslavia, Japan, and Bulgaria - Mr. Matsuoka in Germany, capture of Otto Kretschmer, large French crowd giving Nazi salute to Marshal Petain, and Nazi tanks being welcomed to Bulgarian village; Two pages with nine photos illustrate 'Germany's Hammer Blows in the Balkans - important cities and sites in enemy hands in Yugoslavia and Greece'; Centerfold illustration of Lysander tailgunner eyeing a tempting target during exercises somewhere in England; Six excellent photos illustrated victory of the Sons of Hindustan in Eritrea; Excellent photo illustrates planning for the capture of Keren; Photos of fourteen personalities of the week include Maj.-Gen. Carton De Wiart, V.C., Leiut.-Gen. P. Neame, V.C., Lieut.-Gen. Sir R. O'Connor, Maj.-Gen. M.D. Gambier-Parry, Lieut.-Gen. Sir H. Maitland Wilson, Queen Mary of Yugoslavia, Hitler shaking hands with Rommel, Rashid Ali Gailani, and M. Laszlo De Bardossy of Hungary with Hitler; Photo of the Air Council in session at the Air Ministry, with nine men in attendance; Fascinating one-page article with four photos describes how 'health-giving rays, 240 times more powerful than sunshine, help the war workers; Photo of Danish ships in custody in the U.S.; Photos of Italian ships seized by the U.S.; Photo of Italian ship sabotage damage in US waters; Victorious return of H.M.A.S. "Sydney" to Sydney Harbour; Four photos of "Catalina" flying boat used in the U-Boat War; Illustrations of eighteen victorious fighter pilots from the Battle of Britain; Article on the Sturgeon (fish) and its ancestors; Lovely half-page photo ad for Bentley cars; Many vintage ads. Unmarked with average wear. Nibble from bottom corner. A quality copy of this dramatic wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, 14 March 1953 - Death of Stalin, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
6 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, 14 March 1953 - Death of Stalin
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Parker, Neave; Rose; Carnon, Roy 
Pages 381-420. Features: Cover photo of Joseph Stalin; Nice color ad for Sanderson fabrics and wallpapers inside front cover; Two pages of photos and information on Mr. Stalin; Photos of the Coronation Maids of Honour; Photos of Stalin mourners; Article on Russian Succession; Photos of new members of the Russian government, led by G.M. Malenkov; Two-pages of interesting illustrations explain the young science of oceanography which may one day avert disasters such as the North Sea floods; Photos of flood of refugees from East Germany; Cross country championship won by D.A.G. Pirie of South London Harriers; Photo of the first intact MIG 15 to fall into western hands, courtesy of a Polish pilot requesting political asylum at Roenne Airport, Bornholm Island; Bodies of French aviators of the "Normandie-Niemen' squadron returned to France from the Russians; Photo of signing of the Tripartite Balkan Pact at Ankara on February 28th by the foregin ministers of Greece, Turkey and Yugoslavia; Photo of U.S. embassy in Moscow which is nearing completion; Mr. Colin Fox completes 87 day solo sailing across the Atlantic; Photos of personalities of the week, including chess player Dr. Tartakower, Marshal Tito, Malayan communist Lee Meng, convicted British spy Edgar Sanders, Kenyan Chief Simeon Kioko, Sergei Prokofiev, Sir Robert Gower, Clare Boothe Luce, and Mr. C.G.M. Des Graz, the former Chairman of Sotheby's; Article and photos regarding a Troglodyte city of 20,000 years ago - new discoveries in Spanish caves; Life and death of the cave bear; Swiss Watchmaker's ad inside back cover features lovely woodcut of man peering through microscope; Reed Paper colour illustrated ad by Roy Carnon on back cover features girl in red coat in shop; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 4, 1945: Great Coverage of WWII Aftermath / Mitchell Bomber Strikes Empire State Building, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
7 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 4, 1945: Great Coverage of WWII Aftermath / Mitchell Bomber Strikes Empire State Building
London The Illustrated London News 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H. 
Pages 113-140. Features: Cover photo of smiling Churchill leaving Downing St. for Buckingham Palace to tender his resignation; Four photos of France's Marshall Petain in court, and two photos of the crowded courtroom; One page Karsh photo portrait of Mr. Attlee; Photos of Ernest Bevin, Herbert Morrison, Sir Stafford Cripps, and Hugh Dalton; Nice page of head-shot photos of 23 women members of the new Parliament; One-page descriptive map of the general election shows results at a glance; One-page illustration depicts the rise of the Labour Party in Parliament during 45 years; Photo of rear admiral E. J. B. Brind hoisted between ships by a breaches buoy; Six photos of new prime minister Attlee at the palace and in Potsdam; Mitchell bomber strikes Empire State Building - photo of smoke pouring from the building plus excellent photo of gaping hole in the 78th and 79th floors; Amazing aerial photo of many dozens of Flying Fortresses on airfield near Munich; Two-page monotone reproduction of long-lost painting,"A night at the old Vauxhall Gardens in 1784" by Thomas Rowlandson - found in village shop and sold for 2600 guineas; Photos of personalities of the week include Arthur Greenwood, Alfred Dobbs, Lady Oxford and Asquith, Mr. A. E. Hemming, Sir William Jowitt, and Yugoslavia's King Peter with his newborn son; Excellent two-page aerial photo entitled "The first permitted aerial view of the City of London's immense devastated areas - St. Paul's Cathedral largely isolated by huge ruined sectors on three sides"; Photo of Gen. DeGaulle addressing crowds at the French port of Brittany; Photo of E. J. S. Woolley, commanding officer of the lonely island of Tristan Da Kunha in the South Atlantic, commissioning a small craft; Photo of living room scene inside massive flying boat "Hawaii Mars"; Unusual photo of Japanese prisoners lined up for roll-call on Okinawa (unusual in that Japanese soldiers rarely surrendered); Photo of German POWs observing atrocities of German torture camps at film showing in a New York hospital; Too large photos of US battleships on their way to bombard Japanese installations; Three photos of Field Marshal Montgomery being honoured; Three photos of the Guards Armoured Division, the liberators of Brussels, being honoured by the city; Amazing one-page photo of the liner "Queen Elizabeth" stuffed with thousands of servicemen being repatriated to North America; Colour back cover add for Kia-Ora drink; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 8 1945: U-boats to be Scuttled off Northern Ireland / The Nuremberg Trials, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
8 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 8 1945: U-boats to be Scuttled off Northern Ireland / The Nuremberg Trials
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Turner, C.E.; de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 617- 644. Features: Page of six photos document Japan's Emperor Hirohito informing his ancestors that World War II has ended; Two pages of photos and illustrations explain the complicated machinery used to transform coal into household gas and valuable byproducts; Eight interesting photos present the vessel "Empire Victory" which, along with nine whale catching ships, will spend seven months catching and processing whales near Antarctica; Two-page illustration shows German U-boats making their last voyage and tow, and the demolition of U-2321 at sea; Two pages of photos present a pictorial survey of British troops' thankless task in the Netherlands East Indies - Surabaya and Batavia; Illustrations from Nuremberg show court proceedings and prison life of the war criminals; Centrefold illustration of Nuremberg's central courtroom during the hearing of evidence by general Lahousen, with Goering and a German counsel interrupting the witness; Article entitled "Record of the Sixth Airborne Division" includes photos of Maj. Gen. R. N. Gale and Maj. Gen. E. Bols, plus a photo of their men clearing the streets of Tel Aviv after riots during which they were stoned; Photos of the Nuremberg trial include general Lahousen, Hess, Ribbentrop, and Goering; the British prosecuting body, and a rare moment of levity with the Nazi accused, surrounded by their guards, all laughing; Photos of personalities of the week include John Amery, John Pearce, Eric Boal, the captains of the Oxford and Cambridge football teams, Mr. and Mrs. Churchill with their grandson, the deposed ruler of Yugoslavia, King Peter II and his queen, formerly Princess Alexandra of Greece, Justice Bucknill, Domingo De Las Barcenis, William Grimes, Dwight Filley Davis, Sir Robert Robinson, Maj. Gen. Patrick Hurley, and Lieut. Gen. Sir Archibald E. Nye; Photo of troops of the British sixth Airborne Division clearing a Tel Aviv St. during the recent revival of Jewish-Arab unrest and rioting; Photo of the headquarters of the controller of light industries in Tel Aviv, badly damaged by rioters; Nice photo of the HMS "Indomitable" arriving to a waving crowd at Portsmouth, after a Far East mission; Photo of the King of Thailand speaking with Prof. SiriBhada before leaving Switzerland in a British military aircraft; Photo of Swedes demonstrating against their government's decision to deport Baltic refugees; Photo of Benedictine monks and reconstruction work amongst the ruins of Monte Cassino; Photo of the new French cabinet; Photo of farewell ceremony as Russian troops leave Prague; Photo of large crowd of Dutch re-burying 17-year-old Hanni Schaft, whose body was discovered in sand dunes near Harlem after she was killed by the Nazis; Interesting photo of competing political posters in Vienna; Photo of American soldiers viewing the ruined and dismantled Nazi Hall of Fame at Munich; Photo of the blazing ruins of British airliner "Hermes" which crashed on it trial flight; Interesting photo of large granite bust of Hitler, sold for 500 pounds at German Embassy sale. Outer advertising pages not included. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
9 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 843- 890. Features: Front cover photo portrait of Mussolini with King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, proclaimed Emperor of Abyssinia; Nice photo of Mrs. Amy Mollison, who made a record flight from Gravesend to the Cape of Good Hope; Photos of King Faruk returning to Cairo from England;M. Drouillet is arrested after gallant escapade in the impounded airplane of the Emperor of Abyssinia; Photo of first funeral service in an RAF plane, for aircraftman William Watkin; Photo of the car in which King Alexander and M. Barthou were assassinated being presented to Yugoslavia by France; Photo-illustrated article entitled The Doom of the Mountain Zebra; Photo of Dr. Herms' insect killing lamp; Interesting one-page photo of an unusual French military ceremony - the presentation of the standard of the 505th Regiment of tanks, at the Vannes; One-page photo of the stratosphere, "dust sphere", and the Earth's curvature - from the highest point ever reached (72,395') - taken over South Dakota during a record-breaking balloon ascent; One page photo of the highest vertical photograph ever made - South Dakota from over 13 miles above it; Two pages of photos illustrate the ongoing discovery of unexploded World War I munitions (these shells are salvaged by a French Desobusage company); Photo illustrated article on a "Mystery" tomb found intact beside the second pyramid; Large photo of huge crowd assembled to hear Mussolini announce Italy's sovereignty over Abyssinia; Photo of Mussolini presiding over the fascist Grand Council; Two pages of photos show the defeated Emperor of Abyssinia in exile - Haile Selassie and his Empress take refuge in Palestine; Photos of personalities of the week include Prince Mohamed Aly, H. G. G. Payne, Miss Beatrice Harraden, Sir Firoz Khan Noon, Edward Laurillard, Miss Jean Batten, Mr. Charles Laughton, M. Serge Lifar, Sir Alfred Watson, S. J. Camp, Louis Silken, Dr. Oswald Spengler, and the Duke of York; Page of photos of prominent figures in the inquiry into the alleged leakage of budget information; Recommended site for statue to memorialize King George; Photo inside the Moose River disaster - where the entombed man spent most of their 242 hours below ground; Photo of funeral for Mr. Magill who died in the Moose River mine disaster; Photo of the Princess of Nagode after her marriage to the Maharajah of Sirmur; Two pages of photos of birds of Galapagos; one-page Guinness ad features Alice in Wonderland motif; One-page Harrods ad features bedroom suite; Photos of the wind tunnel at Chiswick which are used to test transit buses; One-page Austin Reed men's fashion ad; Halfpage photo ad for the Alvis limousine; Back cover ad for Douglas Stuart (Stuart House of London). Faint store stamp to advertising front cover. Please note: pages 867-868 not included. One page loose but present. Moderate wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 15, 1934: Berlin Conductor Dr. Wilhelm Furtwangler Forced to Resign By Nazis, Chesterton, G.K.; Et al
10 Chesterton, G.K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 15, 1934: Berlin Conductor Dr. Wilhelm Furtwangler Forced to Resign By Nazis
London The Illustrated London News 1934 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Simont, J.; Davis, G.H. 
Pages 993-1036. Features: cover photo of Dr. Wilhelm Furtwangler, conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, forced into retirement by Nazi influences; Photo of the League of Nations meeting in Geneva to discuss an international military force to police the Saar; Page of illustrations of the "Emperor" of conductors, Toscanini; Page of photos describe the plight of Hungarian refugees expelled from Yugoslavia; One page photo shows the "Orion" being launched at Barrow electronically by the Duke of Gloucester in Brisbane, 12,000 miles away; Fascinating photo-illustrated article by disillusioned young Oxford Socialist John Brown, author of "I Was a Tramp", describes his trip to Soviet Russia; Two large photos commemorate the first regular airmail from England to Australia via Imperial Airways; Photo illustrated article on blind fish in the Caverns of Brazil - first photos of live specimens; Two pages of illustrations of the Mayo composite aircraft, under construction for Imperial Airways, which launches heavily loaded mail planes upon its back; Page of photos and text present prehistoric pottery found in Persia - "entirely unexpected" types from Syalck; Two pages of fabulous photos illustrate how a Japanese hotel combines domestic tradition with incongruous borrowings from the West; Majestic colour one-page ad for Dunlop boasts of their 90th anniversary; Amazing photo of Canadian "Monster" - sea cow, basking shark, or "cadborosaurus" - recently discovered on the shores of Henry Island, British Columbia; Centrefold photos of the Duke of Gloucester at functions in Australia; Photo of Sir Wilfred Grenfell giving medical attention in Newfoundland and Labrador; Photos of the Prince of Wales in distressed Durham; Photos of attempts to save Charles O'Leary who died after three days trapped in an Irish well; Photos of the Soviet funeral for murdered Sergei Kiroff; Photo of new airplane for the Viceroy of India, the "Star of India"; Photo of famous archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans sitting for his portrait bust by David Evans; Photo of the Salvation Army welcoming its new general, Miss Evangeline Booth; Photos of personalities of the week include General Temperley, G. G. Knox, M. Titulescu; Anthony Eden, M. Laval; Baron Aloisi, Ruchdi Bey, Julian Wylie, Sir Horace Lamb, King Prajadhipok, Sir James O'Grady, Sir Edwin Lutyens, C. H. Bressey, Col. Lindbergh's second son, little John, being taken to school by his mother, the late Lord Riddell, C. T. P. Ulm, George Littlejohn, J. L. Skilling, and the late Viscount Buckmaster; Nice colour one page Dewar's ad features Santa hefting cases of whisky; Colour photos of Christmas eve celebrations in Hungary; Article and photos of 6 million year old insect fossils; Page of photos of the filming of "Lorna Doone";One-page South Africa tourism ad One-page Schweppes ad; and more. Outer advertising pages not included. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, February 12, 1949 - The Man Behind Clark Gable / Bess Truman, Furnas, J.C.; Asbury, Edith; Wilkinson, Burke; Piel, Mary Bird; Frazier, George; Lagemann, John Kord; Schiffer, David; Small, Collie; Nagler, Barney; Courtney, W.B.; Lobsenz, Amelia and Norman; Tighe, Eileen; Beggs, Russell; et al
11 Furnas, J.C.; Asbury, Edith; Wilkinson, Burke; Piel, Mary Bird; Frazier, George; Lagemann, John Kord; Schiffer, David; Small, Collie; Nagler, Barney; Courtney, W.B.; Lobsenz, Amelia and Norman; Tighe, Eileen; Beggs, Russell; et al Collier's - The National Weekly Magazine, February 12, 1949 - The Man Behind Clark Gable / Bess Truman
Springfield, Ohio Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Skor, Walter; Geggs, Stephanie; Shaw, David; Dwyer, James; Golden, Frank; Moss, Donald F. 
74 pages. Features: Darkness is Danger - the danger of driving at night; Meet Harry's Boss, Bess - the story of first lady Bess Truman; Erin Goes Briny; We Took Our Child to a Psychiatrist - Danny Piel's psychological battle; Toughest Job in Sports - Hockey Goalies; The Man Behind Clark Gable - article with great one-page photo; Freezing for Freedom - military operations in frigid Churchill, Manitoba; I Stole a Million - insurance fraudster David Schiffer (part 2 of 2); Tito of Yugoslavia Learns the Hard Way - back page illustrated editorial. The Face Everyone Knows; Charge Account for Education; White Wedding; Creative in California; X the Unknown; The Best Boy with a Horse; Ringside Maiden (part 7 of 8). Includes these ads: Admiral entertainment products; GM Electro-Motive Division; Johnson outboard motors. Lord Calvert Whiskey - featuring large color photo of playwright Charles Bennett, RCA Victor televisions, Lucky Strike cigarettes - on back cover. Middle page holding by one staple. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1939 - Baseball's Centenary? / Wake Island / King of Yugoslavia, Healy, W.; Stewart, H.; Davis, D.; Bentley, E.; Roberts, T.; King, S.; Brown, J.; Drummond-Hay, Lady; Batley, Vera; Bayne, E.; Ardwyn, L.; Dutton, G.
12 Healy, W.; Stewart, H.; Davis, D.; Bentley, E.; Roberts, T.; King, S.; Brown, J.; Drummond-Hay, Lady; Batley, Vera; Bayne, E.; Ardwyn, L.; Dutton, G. National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1939 - Baseball's Centenary? / Wake Island / King of Yugoslavia
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Smith, Hal (cover); Holmgren, John; Burke, May C.; Garland, George; Smith, Ralph C. 
48 pages. Features: Nice colour ad for Canadian fish inside front cover; News digest topics include - dark influences at work, the anti-Russian case, An Alternative Pact, A policy of wreckage, One's own business, the plight of German churches, 90% heroic, and the problem of Palestine; Baseball's Centenary? - argument over whether or not baseball's centenary actually occured in June - article with photos of Honus Wagner, Eddie Collins, Joe Vosmik, Tony Lazzeri, Babe Ruth, Grover Cleveland, George Sisler, Walter Johnson, and others; Vernight Stop - photo-illustrated article of a trip to Wake Island; A Penny In Her Shoe (short story); The Genuine Tabard (short story); The Perdu (short story); Fairyland of the Boy-King Peter II of Yugoslavia - photo-illustrated article on his picturesque nation; If I Die Before I Wake (mystery); Half-page photo ad for the Canadian National Exhibition (C.N.E.) which offers 'a thousand thrilling things to see'; Hollywood news, with photos of Frank Lloyd, Cecil B. De Mille, N.S. Van Dyke, Arthur Nornblow Jr., Lubitsch, Anatole Litvak, Eugene Forde, Edward H. Griffith and William Wellman; Photo and bried write-up on Ellen Drew; Woodbury soap ad features photo of Miss Nadine Beardmore; Dare to Smile - article for ladies; Pond's cold cream ad features photos of Mrs. Robert W. Armstorng of Toronto, and Blanche Brewer of Clarksdale, Mississippi; Small photo ad for Ontario Ladies' College in Whitby, Ontario shows girls on horseback with school in background; Sayings from around the world; Back cover colour Coke ad features man in white double-breasted suite with lady, and inset black and white photo of soda jerk; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Collier's Magazine, August 9, 1947 - Americans Not Welcome in Yugoslavia / I Stopped Stammering, Jepson, Selwyn; Knickmeyer, W.L.; Temple, Willard H.; Moriarty, William; Barrett, John; Johnston, Marlise; Guylay, L. richard; Morgan, Edward P.; Courtney, W.B.; Groth, John; Homes, Eugene C.; Williams, Greer; Velie, Lester
13 Jepson, Selwyn; Knickmeyer, W.L.; Temple, Willard H.; Moriarty, William; Barrett, John; Johnston, Marlise; Guylay, L. richard; Morgan, Edward P.; Courtney, W.B.; Groth, John; Homes, Eugene C.; Williams, Greer; Velie, Lester Collier's Magazine, August 9, 1947 - Americans Not Welcome in Yugoslavia / I Stopped Stammering
USA The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Kling, Wendell; Chapin, James (cover); Hallman, A.; Temple, Willard H.; Groth, John; Wiggins, K.; Lewicki, James; Kling, Wendell; 
82 pages. Articles: The Kids Get a Night Club - Rochester's teenagers solve their entertainment problem; The A-Bomb's Invisible Offspring - the menace of radioactivity from atomic blasts - article with scary photos; The Balkan Follies - how Americans are browbeaten in Moscowized southeast Europe (Yugoslavia); Little Man on a Horse - sketches of backstage life of the big-time jockeys; I Stopped Stammering - how he was cured - Dr. Richard R. Hutcheson and the district speech clinic in Washington, D.C.; They Kicked Us Off Our Land (conclusion) - the misuse of public grazing lands. Includes ads for: Duraglas bottles; Ipana toothpaste - featuring Bryan Cornell and his mother; General Electric entertainment products (in colour); Admiral FM-AM phonograph with miracle tone arm; U.S. Royal tires; International Harvester products - trucks, dozers, tractors and appliances; Ford woody wagons; Borden - featuring Elsie the Cow; Colgate tooth paste; Lucky Stricke cigarettes; Ballantine Ale - featuring Victorian bathing suits; Good Year - centerfold; Kingsey gin; GM Electro-Motive Division; Veedol motor oil; "The Long Night" movie starring Henry Fonda; Schlitz beer; Polaroid sportglas - modelled by Bill Stern and Margaret Young; Acushnet golf balls; Back cover Chesterfield cigarette ad features large color image of actor Charles Boyer. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Air Enthusiast Magazine - Issues 16, 17 and 18 (1981-82) Bound in One Volume, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors Air Enthusiast Magazine - Issues 16, 17 and 18 (1981-82) Bound in One Volume
UK Fine Scroll 1982 First Edition Hardcover Fine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: The rise and fall of the VNAF - the rise and fall of the South Vietnamese Air Force, from 1951 to 1975; America's Spitfires - the USAAF was second only to the RAF as a major operator of the Supermarine Spitfire - a review of their operational history in American service; The RAF in Greece - 1940/41 - the fulfillment of Britain's treaty obligations; CW-21 - the St. Louis Lightweight - the story of the relatively unknown Curtiss-Wright CW-21 fighter in WWII; Sixes and Sevens - completing the story of the 4-engined Douglas transport family, begun in AE/15 - the DC-6 and DC-7; The Blenheim in Yugoslavia - two successful years of Blenheim operations in Yugoslavia were followed by eight days of disaster in 1941; F13 - the Pioneer from Dessau - first flown in 1919, the Junkers F 13 was still serving after WWII; Armstrong Whitworth's Flying Wings - Laminar flow research and boundary layer control, as applied to the A.W.52 flying wings; Walrus - amphibious angel of mercy - designed by Reginald Mitchell; PR Flying and the Spitfire - an account of war-time photographic reconnaissance operations in the Middle and Far East; "Britain Captures Schneider Trophy" - this 1931 headline summed up the culmination of an 18-year endeavour; The MiG Killers of Korea - the North American F-86 Sabre achieved the greatest success in air-to-air combat; Fokker's D VIII - the reluctant Razor - the world's first operational cantilever-winged fighter; Caught by the wing-tip - C.E. 'Bud' Anderson's experiences as a test pilot in the wing-tip coupling experiments; Bombay - Pegasus Draught, Bristol Dray - the flying characteristics and operational career of the Bristol Bomber-transport; Quest for Altitude - The First Generation MiGs - a comprehensive account of the first fighters to bear the MiG appellation; Return of the Razorbacks - the restoration and flight demonstrations of the only Allison-engined Mustangs now extant; A seversky in the Spanish War - the SEV-3; Stratocruiser - ending an airline era - the role of the Boeing Stratocruiser in post-war air transport evolution; Destination - Disaster - how 8 new Saab B 18Bs of the Swedish Air Force met their doom, and how they came back; Estonian Air Power, 1918-1945. Clean, bright and unmarked with negligible wear. A lovely copy. 
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News-Week (Newsweek) Magazine, August 7, 1937 - Cover Photo of Stern Japanese Soldiers, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors News-Week (Newsweek) Magazine, August 7, 1937 - Cover Photo of Stern Japanese Soldiers
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1937 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
36 pages. Cover: 'Friendly Feelings': Motorized Japanese Machine Gunners in China Contents: Far East: Japan Takes Center of Creation (Peiping), But Both Sides Strive to Avert Much-Feared War; Japan: Hills and Hardihood; Yugoslavia: Death Takes Patriarch (Varnarva) and Casts Shadow of a Religious War; Britain: Partition Troubles, Old and New, Plague the Empire; Spain: Planes Make History And So Does British Premier (Neville Chamberlain); Salvador: Dictator (General Maximiliano Martinez) Relaxes After Writing Note to League (of Nations); Siam: The Little King (Ananda Mahidol) Loses His Government, Doesn't Care; Congress: Wage-Hour Bill Survives Southern Oratory on Uses of Poverty; Labor: Steelworkers Refuse to Admit the Strike is Over; (Charles) Michelson: Rise of a Cynic From Sheepherder to Gadfly; Morning Post: Old Tory Daily Fears Night Will Fall; Syphilis: War on 12,000,000 Cases Progresses on 2 Fronts; Pyorrhea: Harvard Instructors Back a Three-Year-Old Theory; Davis Cup: Americans Win It and Worry About Keeping It; Headliner: A Rich Mixture of Beer, Baseball, Bachelorhood (Col. Jacob Ruppert); Screen: Queen of Burlesque (Gypsy Rose Lee) Changes Name and Profession; Band: Maestro (Edwin Franko) Goldman Seeks to Boost the Brasses' Standing; Stadium Leader (George King Raudenbush) Pays His Respects to the Poet (Shakespeare); Education: University (of Pennsylvania) To Help Solve Civic Problems; (Eugene) O'Neill: NBC Tries to Prove He Isn't Too Good for the Air; Earnings: Six-Months Statements Reveal Effects of Steel and Auto Strikes; Music: Pianos, Tubas, Kazoos Making Money for Their Makers; Investments: Counselors Get Together on House-cleaning; and Today in America: Reform Grows Cautious. Binding sound. Small mailing label bottom front cover. Clean, Unmarked with average wear. A quality copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, August 1, 1949, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, August 1, 1949
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1949 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
68 pages. Cover: General Dwight Eisenhower Contents: Our Frontier, the Iron Curtain; Politics: Getting the (Harry F.) Byrd; Ike, the Atom, and '52 - General Dwight Eisenhower; Crime: Slugs on Sunset Strip - Mickey Cohen and Dee David; The Cardinal (Spellman) and the Lady (Eleanor Roosevelt); Jackie Robinson Pitching; Flare-Up in Florida - Ku Klux Klan, Willie Padgett; China: Showdown Time for the U.S. - Dr. J. Leighton Stuart, U.S. Ambassador to China; Britain: (Winston) Churchill Speaking; Yugoslavia: Buttressing (Josip Broz) Tito; Trials: British Vampire - John George Haigh; Pacts: The Anglo-Russian Deal; Russia: 10 Million Slaves; Guatemala: Coup That Failied; Mexico: Oil and Dollars; Medicine: Penicillin Prophylaxis; Bedlam Subdued - Research and Development Board and Dr. Karl T. Compton; Business: Who Says Depression?; Civil Answers to Shrewd Questions; and Perspective: Feeding Hungry Horses. Binding intact. 4.5" X 1.5" piece missing fron front cover. Large clippings missing from pages 19 and 20. Some foxing to front cover. Two chips from back cover. A worthy reference copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, September 19, 1949 - Cover Photo of Robert A. Taft, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, September 19, 1949 - Cover Photo of Robert A. Taft
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications, Inc. 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
88 pages. Cover: Robert A. Taft Contents: Of Steel, Rails, and the Economy - Philip Murray's C.I.O. (Congress of Industrial Organizations) and Benjamin F. Fairless's United States Steel Settlement; Politics: (Robert A.) Taft at Bat; Crime: Killer on a Rampage - Howard Unruh; The Navy's Spirit; The Monetary Crisis: We'll Share Britain's Troubles - Britain, Canada and United States; Britain: The Wringer Beckons - "Britain's only salvation lies in going through 'an economic Dunkerque'".; Germany: Dismantling, the New Political Key; Spain: The U.S. Fleet's In; Britain: Holding the Wage Line - British Trades Union Congress Convention; Yugoslavia: And Now It's Titler; The Thread From Rome to London; 'The Servant Problem': New Status for an Old Occupation; Medicine: Two-Eyed X-Rays - LeRoy J. Leishman and his three-dimensional fluoroscope; Television: Enter Sylvania (Electric Products, Inc.); Housing: Four Rooms by U.S. Steel; Industry: 'Save Boeing' for Seattle; The Case for Capitalism; Religion: Thomas Merton, Trappist (monk of the Abbey of Gethsemani, Kentucky); The (English) Channel: Final Summary - Shirley May France; The (Brooklyn) Dodgers' Problem - Branch Rickey; Education: For Navajo Knowledge - Dr. George A. Boyce; and Perspective: On American Highways. Full page colour vintage print advertising including De Soto, General Motors, "88" Oldsmobile and a Standard Oil Company ad with the Southern Pacific Lines "Lark" locomotive through Santa Susana Pass. Binding intact. Small mailing label bottom right front cover. Average wear. Contents clean and unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, September 30, 1961 *THE YOUNG MILLIONAIRES OF PHOENIX*, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors The Saturday Evening Post, September 30, 1961 *THE YOUNG MILLIONAIRES OF PHOENIX*
USA Curtis 1961 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Speaking out - The South Will Change, by Ralph McGill; *GORGEOUS TWO-PAGE COLOUR AD FOR THE 1962 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL*; The New Millionaires of Phoenix - penniless and fiercely ambitious young men swarm into this sun-baked city with just one aim - money; HiJack - Robbery and Murder on the Alaska Highway (part 1 of 2); People on the way up - Harry Goldie, Space Shipwright - Joanie Sommers - Toothsome Thrush, Jack Zajac - Master Painter/Sculptor, Regina Vilutis - Bewitching Bacteriologist; Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) - Does it cause plane crashes, missile failures and communications blackouts?; What Mental Patients Teach Me - the superintendant of a metropolitan asylum, Dr. Eugene L. Sielke, tells of the surprising way in which the mentally ill help us all; Nice colour Cadillac centerfold ad; My Own Story - Casey Stengel; Elsa's (Lion) Cubs - Living Free, by Joy Adamson, author of Born Free - many colour photos; Josip Broz Tito of Yugoslavia - Cold War Middle Man. Centerfold holding by one staple. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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The Sphere - The Empire's Illustrated Weekly: 31 March 1945, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors The Sphere - The Empire's Illustrated Weekly: 31 March 1945
London Illustrated Newspapers Ltd. 1945 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Photos include: The capture of the capital of Saar; Naval pictures from the Pacific Ocean; New pictures from the battle-line in Germany; Fighting in Mandalay; photos from the Russians; Coblenz (Koblenz) and Remagen; Massive captured German rail-mounted guns; The German citizen and the war; Iwo Jima conquest completed; The R.A.F. attack in Burma, Yugoslavia and Norway; Photos of the great 10-ton bombs of the R.A.F.; British scenes in field and shipyard; and more. Average wear. Sound copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine - August 1949 Vol.103, No.616, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors The Wide World Magazine - August 1949 Vol.103, No.616
London George Newnes Limited 1949 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features include: The Donkey - A humble donkey co-operates to bring about the discomfiture of sundry Arab thieves; It Pays to Advertise - The Amazing result of the nefarious activities of a rascally 'wild-cat' company promoter and an unscrupulous newspaper reporter in Canada; Mr. Zaru - story from a ship; Into the Unknown - exploratino work in Tanganyika; Farm Life in South Africa - intended for aspiring British immigrants to South Africa; Through the Iron Curtain - an ambitious motor-cycle voyage through Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, and Turkey; Beyond the Barrier - Extraordinary incidents related by a famous stage magician, Jasper Maskelyne; A Matter of Boundaries - an amusing tale of a tribal land-dispute in Nigeria; The Little Gold Disc - A veteran seafarer's account of a remarkable experience on the China Coast; The Tiger That Thought; The Red Lacquer Pagoda; The Ship That Became a House; Guarding New Zealand's Forests - Illustrated in black and white. Chips from and tears to base of spine else average wear. Two inch opening at top of back cover. 
Price: 139.95 USD
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