The Illustrated London News, 18 January 1919 - The Passing of Theodore Roosevelt, Friend of Britain

By: Various Contributors

Price: $299.95

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Condition: Good


Pages 65-100. Features: Charming ad for Kruschen Salts inside advertorial front cover; Front cover photo of German soldiers returning to Berlin "Undefeated"; Article by G.K. Chesterton about the hope of the Polish people; Photo of the late great actor Sir Charles Wyndham; Photo of German troops entering Berlin; Photo of Liebknecht addressing large crowd in Unter Den Linden in Berlin; Two-page photo spread of the new "Lloyd George" Coalition Government - the Premier and some of the chief members - 32 photos in all; A Great Day in Prague - several photos show President Masaryk's Triumphal Entry; Photo of Filippo Cavallini, Luigi Dini and Adolfo Re-Riccardi in prisoners dock as they face charges of treason; Several photos of the aftermath of war; Photos of British Peace Delegates departing to Paris; Three pages of photos of Theodore Roosevelt - A Friend of Britain; Aerial Records and Record Making - article by C.G. Grey - Editor of "The Aeroplane"; Superb full-page photo portrait of Poland's Ignace Paderewski; Two pages of illustrations depicting heraldic symbols for commemorating naval traditions - some new badges for British War-Ships; Nice centerfold illustration by Arthur Watts shows a coastal motor-boat engaging a German seaplane; Large aerial photos of bombs exploding at sea; Illustration of new Undersecretary of State for Air - The Rt. Hon. Major-General J.E.E. Seely, D.S.O., on his charger Warrior; Photo from Baghdad of the British Commander-in-chief reading a proclamation announcing the surrender of Turkey; Great full-page ad for Kenilworth Cigarettes shows young lady on bed lighting her smoke from that of her male companion in uniform; Aerial photo of bombed Red Cross hospital at Etaples; Photo of Herr Ebert addressing a meeting of non-commissioned officers; Interesting photo of the interior of the Sopwith Aviation company's big factory at Ham, Surrey; "Astol" ad on back cover claims to restore natural colour to hair which is grey or faded; numerous other gorgeous vintage ads. Moderate wear. Binding intact. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, 18 January 1919 - The Passing of Theodore Roosevelt, Friend of Britain

Author: Various Contributors

Categories: History, Military, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd.: 1919

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall

Seller ID: 749g0615

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, 18 January 1919 ad for Kruschen Salts inside advertorial front cover; Front cover photo of German soldiers returning to Berlin "Undefeated"; Article by G.K. Chesterton about the hope of the Polish people; Photo of the late great actor Sir Charles Wyndham; Photo of German troops entering Berlin; Photo of Liebknecht addressing large crowd in Unter Den Linden in Berlin; Two-page photo spread of the new "Lloyd George" Coalition Government - the Premier and some of the chief members - 32 photos in all; A Great Day in Prague - several photos show President Masaryk's Triumphal Entry; Photo of Filippo Cavallini, Luigi Dini and Adolfo Re-Riccardi in prisoners dock as they face charges of treason; Several photos of the aftermath of war; Photos of British Peace Delegates departing to Paris; Three pages of photos of Theodore Roosevelt - A Friend of Britain; Aerial Records and Record Making - article by C.G. Grey - Editor of "The Aeroplane"; Superb full-page photo portrait of Poland's Ignace Paderewski; Two pages of illustrations depicting heraldic symbols for commemorating naval traditions - some new badges for British War-Ships; Nice centerfold illustration by Arthur Watts shows a coastal motor-boat engaging a German seaplane; Large aerial photos of bombs exploding at sea; Illustration of new Undersecretary of State for Air - The Rt. Hon. Major-General J.E.E. Seely, D.S.O., on his charger Warrior; Photo from Baghdad of the British Commander-in-chief reading a proclamation announcing the surrender of Turkey; Great full-page ad for Kenilworth Cigarettes shows young lady on bed lighting her smoke from that of her male companion in uniform; Aerial photo of bombed Red Cross hospital at Etaples; Photo of Herr Ebert addressing a meeting of non-commissioned officers; Interesting photo of the interior of the Sopwith Aviation company's big factory at Ham, Surrey; "Astol",