The Illustrated London News (ILN), May 1, 1943 - The Junkers 52 / The Amphibious Jeep / "The Sacred Brigade" of Thebes

By: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Price: $299.95

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Condition: Good


Pages 473-500 plus advertorial covers. Features: Photos of German troops in Junkers 52 aircraft plus photo of planes in flight; Photos of the people of Marseilles being evacuated; Photo of mountain of landmine casings waiting to be charged in Palestine - a big local industry; Photos of 25-pounder guns on Valentine tank chassis on the Tunisian front; Photo of bomb-damaged London football ground being repaired for Easter Sunday; Photo of Berlin fire at Dresdner Bank (caption is partially censored - very uncommon for this publication); 3 photos of new German conical landmine recently discovered in Africa; Three photos of Britain's 'Tank Busters', the Hurricane II-D; Six photos of the amphibious Jeep used by the U.S. Army; Seven photos of the Greeks' revived ' Sacred Brigade" of Thebes; Six photos of the Allies' victorious advance in Tunisia, including General Montgomery; Two pages with twelve excellent photos illustrate Tunisia operations; Dramatic centrefold illustration of a convoy of 31 ME. 323s shot down in the Gulf of Tunis; Photos of personalities of the week include Longchamp racegoers running for cover as American bombers attack, The Duke of Portland, Thomas C. Dugdale, Steven Spurrier, Algernon Newton, British prisoners repatriated from Italy, Baron F. D'Erlanger, C.B. Crouch, Sir Courtauld Thomson, and The Duke of Connaught; Four photos of the Hawker Typhoon - fastest and most heavily-armed fighter in the world; Just released photo of Mitchell bomber taking off from the "Hornet" to attack Tokyo last year; Photo of "Hornet" and crew being inspected by Colonel Knox, Secretary of the U.S. Navy; Four illustrations of the work of the Royal Observer Corps - watchers of the skys; Two pages with eleven illustrations depicting life inside a British submarine on patrol; nostalgic ads; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Archival tape along coverfold. A sound vintage copy of this excellent WWII issue.

Title: The Illustrated London News (ILN), May 1, 1943 - The Junkers 52 / The Amphibious Jeep / "The Sacred Brigade" of Thebes

Author: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Illustrator: Davis, G.H.

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: 417h2691

Keywords: The Illustrated London News (ILN), May 1, 1943 - The Junkers 52 / The Amphibious Jeep / "The Sacred Brigade" of Thebes Junkers 52 aircraft plus photo of planes in flight; Photos of the people of Marseilles being evacuated; Photo of mountain of landmine casings waiting to be charged in Palestine - a big local industry; Photos of 25-pounder guns on Valentine tank chassis on the Tunisian front; Photo of bomb-damaged London football ground being repaired for Easter Sunday; Photo of Berlin fire at Dresdner Bank (caption is partially censored - very uncommon for this publication); 3 photos of new German conical landmine recently discovered in Africa; Three photos of Britain's 'Tank Busters', the Hurricane II-D; Six photos of the amphibious Jeep used by the U.S. Army; Seven photos of the Greeks' revived ' Sacred Brigade" of Thebes; Six photos of the Allies' victorious advance in Tunisia, including General Montgomery; Two pages with twelve excellent photos illustrate Tunisia operations; Dramatic centrefold illustration of a convoy of 31 ME. 323s shot down in the Gulf of Tunis; Photos of personalities of the week include Longchamp racegoers running for cover as American bombers attack, The Duke of Portland, Thomas C. Dugdale, Steven Spurrier, Algernon Newton, British prisoners repatriated from Italy, Baron F. D'Erlanger, C.B. Crouch, Sir Courtauld Thomson, and The Duke of Connaught; Four photos of the Hawker Typhoon - fastest and most heavily-armed fighter in the world; Just released photo of Mitchell bomber taking off from the "Hornet" to attack Tokyo last year; Photo of "Hornet" and crew being inspected by Colonel Knox, Secretary of the U.S. Navy; Four illustrations of the work of the Royal Observer Corps - watchers of the skys; Two pages with eleven illustrations depicting life inside a British Submarine,