The Illustrated London News, September 19, 1942 - Mass Production of U-Boats

By: Various Contributors

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


28 pages. Features: Cover photo of Air Vice-Marshall Arthur Coningham outside his travelling H.Q.; Illustration by Captain Bryan de Grineau of a flotilla of tank-landing craft manoeuvering against Air Attack; Great 2-page illustration by the same artist of the interior of a British Landing Craft nearing its objective, seen from the bows; Article on Service Pay by Cyril Falls; Photos of items of interest, including a packed concert at the Albert Hall, Sergeant F. Rich being awarded the Purple Heart, and more; Multi-Illustration montage illustrating the Merchant Ship Fighter Unit (M.S.F.U.) at work - a System Which Has Defeated the Long-Range Bomber - a Hurricane is catapulted into action from the deck of a merchantman; Three photos of Vichy French warships in North Africa; Three photos of guns on tanks - German mobility; The War against the Axis by Land, Sea and Air - with 5 photos; 11 Great photos show scenes from the Russian front - Germans in action - and out of it as prisoners, plus a photo of Hitler at his headquarters and proof of Maikop oil going up in flames; Centerfold illustration of a Royal Navy salute to the Mercantile Marine - warship's crews cheering the ships they have convoyed to Malta; Photos of 16 personalities of the week; Full-page photo shows German mass-production of U-Boats; Key points in Madagascar occupied by the British - seven photos plus map; Seven informative photos of new deep tunnel shelters for 64,000 more Londoners; 11 excellent photos show canine recruits for the R.A.F. - Guards of our Aerodromes; Two illustrations by Sir Muirhead Bone; Full-page photo aboard the H.M.S. Barham which was later sunk in the eastern Mediterranean; Six photos of wild flowers bestowing beauty on London's "Blitzed" Sites; Nice colour Johnnie Walker ad on back cover. Four-inch opening to fore-edge of front cover. Somewhat above-average external wear. Centerfold holding by one staple. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this wartime issue.

Title: The Illustrated London News, September 19, 1942 - Mass Production of U-Boats

Author: Various Contributors

Illustrator: Captain Bryan de Grineau

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News and Sketch: 1942

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 727c8406

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, September 19, 1942 Air Vice-Marshall Arthur Coningham outside his travelling H.Q.; Illustration by Captain Bryan de Grineau of a flotilla of tank-landing craft manoeuvering against Air Attack; Great 2-page illustration by the same artist of the interior of a British Landing Craft nearing its objective, seen from the bows; Article on Service Pay by Cyril Falls; Photos of items of interest, including a packed concert at the Albert Hall, Sergeant F. Rich being awarded the Purple Heart, and more; Multi-Illustration montage illustrating the Merchant Ship Fighter Unit (M.S.F.U.) at work - a System Which Has Defeated the Long-Range Bomber - a Hurricane is catapulted into action from the deck of a merchantman; Three photos of Vichy French warships in North Africa; Three photos of guns on tanks - German mobility; The War against the Axis by Land, Sea and Air - with 5 photos; 11 Great photos show scenes from the Russian front - Germans in action - and out of it as prisoners, plus a photo of Hitler at his headquarters and proof of Maikop oil going up in flames; Centerfold illustration of a Royal Navy salute to the Mercantile Marine - warship's crews cheering the ships they have convoyed to Malta; Photos of 16 personalities of the week; Full-page photo shows German mass-production of U-Boats; Key points in Madagascar occupied by the British - seven photos plus map; Seven informative photos of new deep tunnel shelters for 64, 000 more Londoners; 11 excellent photos show canine recruits for the R.A.F. - Guards of our Aerodromes; Two illustrations by Sir Muirhead Bone; Full-page photo aboard the H.M.S. Barham which was later sunk in the eastern Mediterranean; Six photos of wild flowers bestowing beauty on London's "Blitzed" Sites; Nice colour Johnnie Walker Ad,