Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 3, No. 7, 31 January 1940 - 6 February, 1940

By: Hutchinson, Walter: Editor

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40 pages. 74 black and white photos and illustrations. Printed on glossy stock. Features: Full-page photo of British Vickers-Wellington bombers which sweep over Germany; Out with the Dover Patrol; In and above the Maginot Line; Article by Ernest Brown, Minister of Labour, on Employment in Wartime; Full-page photo portrait of General Sir Walter Kirke; With the Nazis on the western front; Victims of German bombing at sea - the Royal Crown and the Yewdale; Their Majesties' visits of inspection; Supreme war council in Paris; Meeting of the Balkan States Council; New Zealanders training for overseas; centerfold illustration by C.E. Turner depicts British destroyers hunting a U-boat and attacking with depth charges; Pictorial news from the British war front; Street scene photo from Warsaw shows Jews wearing yellow triangles on their backs as ordered by the Gestapo; Photo of Germans fleeing that part of Poland occupied by the Soviet Union to German occupied Poland; Article and photos on the Royal Army Medical Corps; Cutaway diagrams of a Torpedo - The most Destructive Naval Weapon of the War; Contraband control at Gibraltar; Photos from the Finnish-Russian front; A commentary on the war this week; British trawlers armed as mine-sweepers; Heavy guns atop Gibraltar; Summary of the chief daily events in the war this week. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 3, No. 7, 31 January 1940 - 6 February, 1940

Author: Hutchinson, Walter: Editor

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd.: 1940

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 432c7871

Keywords: Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 3, No. 7, 31 January 1940 - 6 February, 1940 Vickers-Wellington bombers which sweep over Germany; Out with the Dover Patrol; In and above the Maginot Line; Article by Ernest Brown, Minister of Labour, on Employment in Wartime; Full-page photo portrait of General Sir Walter Kirke; With the Nazis on the western front; Victims of German bombing at sea - the Royal Crown and the Yewdale; Their Majesties' visits of inspection; Supreme war council in Paris; Meeting of the Balkan States Council; New Zealanders training for overseas; centerfold illustration by C.E. Turner depicts British destroyers hunting a U-boat and attacking with depth charges; Pictorial news from the British war front; Street scene photo from Warsaw shows Jews wearing yellow triangles on their backs as ordered by the Gestapo; Photo of Germans fleeing that part of Poland occupied by the Soviet Union to German occupied Poland; Article and photos on the Royal Army Medical Corps; Cutaway diagrams of a Torpedo - The most Destructive Naval Weapon of the War; Contraband control at Gibraltar; Photos from the Finnish-Russian front; A commentary on the war this week; British trawlers armed as mine-sweepers; Heavy guns atop Gibraltar,