The Illustrated London News (ILN), February (Feb.) 20, 1943 - Churchill's North African Commanders / Churchill in Tripoli

By: Bryant, Arthur; et al

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Pages 197-224 plus advertorial covers. Features: Cover portrait of General The Hon. Sir Harold Alexander; Eight photos of Churchill's North African commanders - Sir Henry Harwood, Sir H. Maitland Wilson, Air Vice-Marshal Coningham, Leiut.-General K. Anderson, Dwight Eisenhower, Sir A. Cunningham, Sir Harold Alexander, and Sir A.W. Tedder; Two pages of photos of the final attack on Tripoli and Churchill's visit after the fall; One-page map illustrates twelve weeks of Russian reconquest of enemy-occupied territory; Photos of personalities of the week inlcude Major-General H. Willans, General Leclerc with General Montgomery, W.G. Holmes, Lord Nuffield, crew members of Flight Sergeant R.H. Middleton, V.C., American women war correspondents in London, Bruce Kingsbury, V.C., Captain H. Mulzac - first negro commander of a U.S. ship, on the bridge of liberty ship "Booker T. Washington", Col.-Gen. Rokossovsky, and M. Kalinin; Five photos of Soviet airmen preparing for raid on Berlin; Photo-illustrated book review of "They Were Expendable", by W.L. White; Photos of Rostov recaptured and Kharkov enveloped by fighting; Photo of Goering taking salute at Air Ministry on January 30; Searching the bombed remains of a British restaurant; Photos of Churchill and troops he inspected in Tripoli; Sensational centrefold photo of General Montgomery explaining his plans to staff and senior commanders at an open-air conference; Amazing two-page eleven-photo spread of warships Hitler has lost; Nine photos of scenes on Guadalcanal, including captured Japanese booty; Nine photos of Malta's submarine base; The Apparel of a Sumerian woman of about 2800 B.C.; Four photos of young King Feisal of Iraq with his personal model General Grant tank; One-page cutaway illustration of the Messerschmitt Me. 210 A1; Back page colour ad by Dunlop illustrates how to recognize rank in the United States Army; nostalgic ads; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy of this excellent WWII issue.

Title: The Illustrated London News (ILN), February (Feb.) 20, 1943 - Churchill's North African Commanders / Churchill in Tripoli

Author: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd.: 1943

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 417h2690

Keywords: The Illustrated London News (ILN), February (Feb.) 20, 1943 - Churchill's North African Commanders / Churchill in Tripoli Cover portrait of General The Hon. Sir Harold Alexander; Eight photos of Churchill's North African commanders - Sir Henry Harwood, Sir H. Maitland Wilson, Air Vice-Marshal Coningham, Leiut.-General K. Anderson, Dwight Eisenhower, Sir A. Cunningham, Sir Harold Alexander, and Sir A.W. Tedder; Two pages of photos of the final attack on Tripoli and Churchill's visit after the fall; One-page map illustrates twelve weeks of Russian reconquest of enemy-occupied territory; Photos of personalities of the week inlcude Major-General H. Willans, General Leclerc with General Montgomery, W.G. Holmes, Lord Nuffield, crew members of Flight Sergeant R.H. Middleton, V.C., American women war correspondents in London, Bruce Kingsbury, V.C., Captain H. Mulzac - first negro commander of a U.S. ship, on the bridge of liberty ship "Booker T. Washington", Col.-Gen. Rokossovsky, and M. Kalinin; Five photos of Soviet airmen preparing for raid on Berlin; Photo-illustrated book review of "They Were Expendable", by W.L. White; Photos of Rostov recaptured and Kharkov enveloped by fighting; Photo of Goering taking salute at Air Ministry on January 30; Searching the bombed remains of a British restaurant; Photos of Churchill and troops he inspected in Tripoli; Sensational centrefold photo of General Montgomery explaining his plans to staff and senior commanders at an open-air conference; Amazing two-page eleven-photo spread of warships Hitler has lost; Nine photos of scenes on Guadalcanal, including captured Japanese booty; Nine photos of Malta's submarine base; The Apparel of a Sumerian woman of about 2800 B.C.; Four photos of young King Feisal of Iraq with his personal model General Grant tank; One-page cutaway illustration of the Messerschmitt Me. 210 A1; Back page colour ad by Dunlop illustrates how to recognize rank in the United States Army,