Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 10, Number 6, February 26 - March 4, 1941

By: Hutchinson, Walter: Editor

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Condition: Good


32 pages. Printed on glossy stock. Profusely illustrated with black and white photos and illustrations. Features: Wonderful full-page photo of shell leaving the muzzle of a 12" rail-mounted Howitzer 'somewhere in England'; Enemy activities in pictures - crashed German bomber in Portugal, Field-Marshal von Brauchitsch, Commander-in-Chief of the German armed forces inspects a massive rail-mounted gun, German troops prepare for a British invasion by attempting to haul a small gun up a steep bank; Photo-illustrated text of a broadcast by Vernon Bartlett, M.P. entitled "The Position in the Balkans"; Map of Bulgariaentitled "Nazi Threat to Greek and Turkish Frontiers; Photos of Bulgaria; New U.S. Ambassador John G. Winant is welcomed by the King; Belgian troops training in England; Illustration by S. Drigin recounts the amazing story of how a wing-damaged Sunderland was taxied home for five hours after a bombing run to Norway - crewmembers took turns holding onto the end of the opposite wing to compensate for the damage in the intense cold; Interesting scenes in the Western Desert; Great photo of British artillery pounding the Italians out of Derna, another one of their Libyan strongholds, plus the infantry moving into Derna; Photos of the occupation of Bengazi; Centerfold illustration by Montague B. Black shows a successful engagement near Keren in Eritrea; Italian POWs in their camp; British POWs of the Italians in Addis Adaba; Aerial photo taken during R.A.F. attack on Massawa; Aerial photo of Italian S.79s burning near Kismayu; Aerial photo lf S.79 Italian bombers burning in Gobwen aerodrome, near Kismayu; Arctic War in Albania - photo of Greek troops using light tanks abandoned by the Italians; Photo of Italian colonel and his A.D.C. captured in Albania; Various winter photos of Greek troops in Albania; Photo-illustrated text of broadcast by Middle East Air Commodore R.B. Goddard entitled "Strategy of the Air"; Photo of Wellington bomber gunners putting on their 'hot suits' - electrically heated clothing, boots and gloves; Photo of dozens of Australian radio mechanics arriving in England; Photos of men of the Suffolk Regiment preparing for the second round; Photos of coastal watch in Northern Ireland; Commentary on the war this week; Photos aboard the Polish destroyer Piorun, including a fantasting full-page shot of a torpedo in mid air as it is shot from the deck of the vessel; Summary of the chief events in the war this week. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Binding tight. A quality copy.

Title: Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 10, Number 6, February 26 - March 4, 1941

Author: Hutchinson, Walter: Editor

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London & Glasgow, Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd.: 1941

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 432c7910

Keywords: Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 10, Number 6, February 26 - March 4, 1941 shell leaving the muzzle of a 12" rail-mounted Howitzer 'somewhere in England'; Enemy activities in pictures - crashed German bomber in Portugal, Field-Marshal von Brauchitsch, Commander-in-Chief of the German armed forces inspects a massive rail-mounted gun, German troops prepare for a British invasion by attempting to haul a small gun up a steep bank; Photo-illustrated text of a broadcast by Vernon Bartlett, M.P. entitled "The Position in the Balkans"; Map of Bulgariaentitled "Nazi Threat to Greek and Turkish Frontiers; Photos of Bulgaria; New U.S. Ambassador John G. Winant is welcomed by the King; Belgian troops training in England; Illustration by S. Drigin recounts the amazing story of how a wing-damaged Sunderland was taxied home for five hours after a bombing run to Norway - crewmembers took turns holding onto the end of the opposite wing to compensate for the damage in the intense cold; Interesting scenes in the Western Desert; Great photo of British artillery pounding the Italians out of Derna, another one of their Libyan strongholds, plus the infantry moving into Derna; Photos of the occupation of Bengazi; Centerfold illustration by Montague B. Black shows a successful engagement near Keren in Eritrea; Italian POWs in their camp; British POWs of the Italians in Addis Adaba; Aerial photo taken during R.A.F. attack on Massawa; Aerial photo of Italian S.79s burning near Kismayu; Aerial photo lf S.79 Italian bombers burning in Gobwen aerodrome, near Kismayu; Arctic War in Albania - photo of Greek troops using light tanks abandoned by the Italians; Photo of Italian colonel and his A.D.C. captured in Albania; Various winter photos of Greek troops in Albania; Photo-illustrated text of broadcast by Middle East Air Commodore R.B. Goddard entitled "Strategy of the Air"; Photo of Wellington bomber gunners putting on their 'hot suits' - electrically heated clothing, boots and gloves; Photo of dozens of Australian radio mechanics arriving in England; Photos of men of the Suffolk Regiment preparing for the second round; Photos of coastal watch in Northern Ireland; Commentary on the war this week; Photos aboard the Polish destroyer Piorun, including a fantasting full-page shot of a Torpedo,