The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 22, 1942 - H.M. Formidable / Caucasus Scenes / Churchill in Moscow and Egypt

By: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Pages 197-224 plus advertorial covers. Features: Cover photo of North African sand storm; Two photos of H.M. aircraft-carrier "Formidable" at sea; Two pages of photos of American bomber crews training in Britain; Two pages of photos of Caucasus landmarks; Five photos from the El Alamein front; Page of photos of the "Do.217e" Bomber and its tail-brake controls - diving speed to 500 mph; Photos of Churchill in Cairo, Moscow (with Stalin and Molotov), and the Alamein area with Aussie troops; Five photos of the Solomon Islands - now mainly taken from Japan by U.S. Forces; Centrefold artist's rendering of the new Waterloo Bridge as it will appear when completed; Photos of personalities of the week include E.N. Syfret, Sir W. Welsh, Air Marshal P. Babington, Dr. A.P. Newton, Capt. C. Bain-Marais, Canadian air chiefs Breadner, Power and Edwards in London; Princess Margaret, A.C.G. Mars, Harold Drew, Admiral Vian, Sir George Philip Langton, Vincent Harris, Lord Loch, and G. Kingsley Sheils; Page of photos of the Shah of Iran with Queen Fawzieh and baby princess Chahnaz; Photos of Polish submarine "Sokol" returning home after daring Mediterranean exploits; Illustration of blitzed Guildhall in York with charred timbers still standing; Photos of H.M.S. "Manchester" and "Eaglle", both of which are now sunk; Photos of the U.S. Mustang aircraft and the Lancaster bomber under construction; Photo of Aussie female 'picketers' greeting U.S. soldiers with signs warning them not to reveal troop movements with innocent talk; Seven excllent illustrations depict duties of a Merlin bomber crew of seven; Twelve excellent photos show the life of coal miners at a large Midland group of collieries; nostalgic ads; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, August (Aug.) 22, 1942 - H.M. Formidable / Caucasus Scenes / Churchill in Moscow and Egypt

Author: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Illustrator: Jones, Sydney R.

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: 417h2688

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, 22, 1942 - H.M. Formidable / Caucasus Front / Churchill in Moscow and Egypt North African sand storm; Two photos of H.M. aircraft-carrier "Formidable" at sea; Two pages of photos of American bomber crews training in Britain; Two pages of photos of Caucasus landmarks; Five photos from the El Alamein front; Page of photos of the "Do.217e" Bomber and its tail-brake controls - diving speed to 500 mph; Photos of Churchill in Cairo, Moscow (with Stalin and Molotov), and the Alamein area with Aussie troops; Five photos of the Solomon Islands - now mainly taken from Japan by U.S. Forces; Centrefold artist's rendering of the new Waterloo Bridge as it will appear when completed; Photos of personalities of the week include E.N. Syfret, Sir W. Welsh, Air Marshal P. Babington, Dr. A.P. Newton, Capt. C. Bain-Marais, Canadian air chiefs Breadner, Power and Edwards in London; Princess Margaret, A.C.G. Mars, Harold Drew, Admiral Vian, Sir George Philip Langton, Vincent Harris, Lord Loch, and G. Kingsley Sheils; Page of photos of the Shah of Iran with Queen Fawzieh and baby princess Chahnaz; Photos of Polish submarine "Sokol" returning home after daring Mediterranean exploits; Illustration of blitzed Guildhall in York with charred timbers still standing; Photos of H.M.S. "Manchester" and "Eaglle", both of which are now sunk; Photos of the U.S. Mustang aircraft and the Lancaster bomber under construction; Photo of Aussie female 'picketers' greeting U.S. soldiers with signs warning them not to reveal troop movements with innocent talk; Seven excllent illustrations depict duties of a Merlin bomber crew of seven; Twelve excellent photos show the life of coal miners at a large Midland group of Collieries,