The Illustrated London News, July 4, 1942 - Huge Military Convoy Reaches India / Destruction in London and Malta

By: Bryant, Arthur; et al

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28 pages plus advertorial covers. Extensive WWII coverage including: Karsh cover photo of Churchill and Mackenzie King; Five photos of "Huge Military Convoy Reaching India Without Losing a Ship or Man - Disembarkation Scenes"; Two-page illustration of "The Relative Size, Velocity and Weight of Shell Used in the Latest North African Battles - General Grant Tanks, The Mark IV, and the German 88-m.m. anti-tank gun"; Ten Photos of devastation in Malta, "The Heroic Island, continuously battered from the air, unfailing courage of the most bombed place in the world"; Article on the Threat to Egypt; Eight photos of bomb damage to Canterbury and other historic sites; Photo-illustrated review of "Last Train From Berlin" by Howard K. Smith; One-page photo of 'starboard vista' view of British aircraft carrier; Six illustrations of the fighting in Africa by Captain McIntyre of New Zealand; Six aerial photos of Mersa Matruh, Libya, now in the hands of Rommel; Centerfold illustration of Senior army officers being trained to fix trucks; Photos of scorched earth in Sollum, Libya; Aerial photo of bomb damage to 'Gneisenau' at Brest; Photo of King Feisal II of Iraq on his 7th birthday; Photo of emblems of Yugoslavia's guerilla army - featuring skull and crossbones; Photo of U.S. sailor being trained to swim in a sea of buring oil!; Excellent photo illustrates the 56 personnel needed to maintain, service and fly a heavy bomber of the 'Sterling' type, including plane, fuel truck, bomb trailers, etc.; Photo of King George of the Hellenes addressing joint session in Washtington; Royal Visit to Ulster; Excellent one-page photos of dozens of 'General Grant' tanks, used in the Battle of Libya, under construction at the giant Chrysler tank arsenal in Detroit; Photo-illustrated article on Sir James Dewar and his pursuit of liquid air and liquid hydrogen; Five photos of the British Army training in troop-carrier gliders; Twelve excellent photos illustrating "Sebastapol's heroic defence against overwhelming odds in Crimea - scenes from the Russian battlefronts opposing Germany's gathering offensive; Photos of personalities of the week including Mervyn Haigh, Dwight Eisenhower, C.S. Staniland, Elinor Mordaunt, parents of Kenneth Campbell, V.C., Churchill with Attlee, Eden and Sinclair, Churchill with wife and daughter, Wife of able seaman Savage, V.C., Sir Edwin Cooper, V.A. Crutchley, V.C., Lord Glanely, Tom Driberg, and parents of Petty Officer Sephton, V.C. Unmarked with average wear. Spine taped. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, July 4, 1942 - Huge Military Convoy Reaches India / Destruction in London and Malta

Author: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Illustrator: De Grineau, Bryan; Karsh

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd.: 1942

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 417h2686

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, July 4, 1942 - Huge Military Convoy Reaches India / Destruction in London and Malta Churchill and Mackenzie King; Five photos of "Huge Military Convoy Reaching India Without Losing a Ship or Man - Disembarkation Scenes"; Two-page illustration of "The Relative Size, Velocity and Weight of Shell Used in the Latest North African Battles - General Grant Tanks, The Mark IV, and the German 88-m.m. anti-tank gun"; Ten Photos of devastation in Malta, "The Heroic Island, continuously battered from the air, unfailing courage of the most bombed place in the world"; Article on the Threat to Egypt; Eight photos of bomb damage to Canterbury and other historic sites; Photo-illustrated review of "Last Train From Berlin" by Howard K. Smith; One-page photo of 'starboard vista' view of British aircraft carrier; Six illustrations of the fighting in Africa by Captain McIntyre of New Zealand; Six aerial photos of Mersa Matruh, Libya, now in the hands of Rommel; Centerfold illustration of Senior army officers being trained to fix trucks; Photos of scorched earth in Sollum, Libya; Aerial photo of bomb damage to 'Gneisenau' at Brest; Photo of King Feisal II of Iraq on his 7th birthday; Photo of emblems of Yugoslavia's guerilla army - featuring skull and crossbones; Photo of U.S. sailor being trained to swim in a sea of buring oil!; Excellent photo illustrates the 56 personnel needed to maintain, service and fly a heavy bomber of the 'Sterling' type, including plane, fuel truck, bomb trailers, etc.; Photo of King George of the Hellenes addressing joint session in Washtington; Royal Visit to Ulster; Excellent one-page photos of dozens of 'General Grant' tanks, used in the Battle of Libya, under construction at the giant Chrysler tank arsenal in Detroit; Photo-illustrated article on Sir James Dewar and his pursuit of liquid air and liquid hydrogen; Five photos of the British Army training in troop-carrier gliders; Twelve excellent photos illustrating "Sebastapol's heroic defence against overwhelming odds in Crimea - scenes from the Russian battlefronts opposing Germany's gathering offensive; Photos of personalities of the week including Mervyn Haigh, Dwight Eisenhower, C.S. Staniland, Elinor Mordaunt, parents of Kenneth Campbell, V.C., Churchill with Attlee, Eden and Sinclair, Churchill with wife and daughter, Wife of able seaman Savage, V.C., Sir Edwin Cooper, V.A. Crutchley, V.C., Lord Glanely, Tom Driberg, and parents of Petty Officer Sephton, V.C,