The Illustrated London News, Saturday, February [Feb.] 22, 1941 - America's Steel Industral Sinews Support Britain

By: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


32 pages. Features: Cover photo of message being passed by line from destroyer to cruiser while at sea; Series of illustrations show 'Position' land-mining a road surface for depth-charges; Two-page illustration of night training for attack in enemy country; Photo of Packard draughtsmen at work in the U.S. where they are contracted to produce 6,000 Rolls-Royce engines; Two impressive photos of Pittsburgh's impressive steel productive capacity; Aerial photos of R.A.F. bomb strikes on Boulogne and Addis Ababa; Ten photos of Tripoli, the beautiful capital of Italian Libya; Map-illustrated article considers German invasion of England; Personalities of photos of the week include Lady Austen Chamberlain, Dr. W.M. Carter, Colonel Lindbergh (who urged a negotiated peace), H.W. House, Dr. E.G.W. Braunholtz, The King and Queen inspecting bomb damage, P.W. Kerr, Walter Krivitsky, Major-General Fleischer of the Norwegian forces, M. radu Florescu, and C.F.A. Voysey; Illustration and photo of German inflatable dinghy for downed airmen; Two-page photo of dawn paratroop attack; Seven photos of America's parachute troops training at Fort Benning; Full-page cutaway illustration of Wellington bomber; Photos of London statues being saved; Photo of huge unexploded Nazi bomb now used as a $ collecting box outside St. Paul's Cathedral; Photos of gas masks in use in Brighton as part of gas 'alert' test; Photos aboard corvettes - little ships which are grappling with the U-boat menace; Six large photos show meal preparation at Liverpool's communal feeding centre - capable of serving 16,000 repasts daily; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this important wartime issue.

Title: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, February [Feb.] 22, 1941 - America's Steel Industral Sinews Support Britain

Author: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Illustrator: de Grineau, Bryan

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd.: 1941

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 143h3380

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, February [Feb.] 22, 1941 - America's Steel Industral Sinews Support Britain 'Position' land-mining a road surface for depth-charges; Two-page illustration of night training for attack in enemy country; Photo of Packard draughtsmen at work in the U.S. where they are contracted to produce 6, 000 Rolls-Royce engines; Two impressive photos of Pittsburgh's impressive steel productive capacity; Aerial photos of R.A.F. bomb strikes on Boulogne and Addis Ababa; Ten photos of Tripoli, the beautiful capital of Italian Libya; Map-illustrated article considers German invasion of England; Personalities of photos of the week include Lady Austen Chamberlain, Dr. W.M. Carter, Colonel Lindbergh (who urged a negotiated peace), H.W. House, Dr. E.G.W. Braunholtz, The King and Queen inspecting bomb damage, P.W. Kerr, Walter Krivitsky, Major-General Fleischer of the Norwegian forces, M. radu Florescu, and C.F.A. Voysey; Illustration and photo of German inflatable dinghy for downed airmen; Two-page photo of dawn paratroop attack; Seven photos of America's parachute troops training at Fort Benning; Full-page cutaway illustration of Wellington bomber; Photos of London statues being saved; Photo of huge unexploded Nazi bomb now used as a $ collecting box outside St. Paul's Cathedral; Photos of gas masks in use in Brighton as part of gas 'alert' test; Photos aboard corvettes - little ships which are grappling with the U-boat menace; Six large photos show meal preparation at Liverpool's communal feeding Centre,