The Illustrated London News, Saturday, January 2, 1943

By: Various Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


28 pages. Features: Cover photo of the Great Sphinx - with a 'bib and tucker' to protect it from possible air raid damage during the war; Last Pictures of Admiral Darlan - the lying in state at Algiers; The Campaign in Tunisia - British troops in action in Tebourba; Scenes in War Areas - Our Captured Paratroops and Axis Prisoners; General Giraud succeeds Darlan; New Pictures and Personalities; The Trail of Axis Defeat in Libya - General Montgomery's Spartan Meal - photo of Monty with his luncheon of Bully Beef and Tinned Potatoes, with a cup of tea from a thermos flask; Rommel's Trail of Defeat - Abandoned Equipment Litters the Desert - including many pieces in perfect order; Points of View in Libya; Apollonia Abandoned; Prisoners "Caged" - amazing photo of hundreds of Axis prisoners being marched into their Libyan "cages"; Achievements of the British Soldier - article by Cyril Falls; The "Knock-Out Blow" that was no "K.-O." - Dramatic Pearl Harbour photos; "Remember Pearl Harbour!" - The Act of Treachery That Will Surely Prove to Be Japan's Death Warrant - 12 great photos; Fantastic centerfold skeleton-view of a Lancaster Bomber - the bomber with more than 50,000 parts; Photos of Personalities and Events of the week; Cumulo-Numbus - These majestic clouds are a danger-signal to aircraft - multiple illustrations; A Mad Orgy of Upside-Down Levitation - The Curious Adventures of the crew of a Sunderland Flying Boat - illustrations of what happened over the Bay of Biscay; Milne's Seismograph - with photos of quake damage in Japan and India; "Hitler in a Raving Mood" - Violent Gestures during the Munich Speech - Six great photos; The Great Russian Offensive - Photos from Various Sectors Hinting at the Magnitude of the Russian Victory - captured equipment, German prisoners, and more; Photos of Christmas with our fighting men at land and sea - including a shot of R.A.F. armoured cars passing under the Libyan Marble Arch. Unmarked. Average wear. Centerfold loose but present.

Title: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, January 2, 1943

Author: Various Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The London Illustrated News: 1943

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 739g0171

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, January 2, 1943 Great Sphinx - with a 'bib and tucker' to protect it from possible air raid damage during the war; Last Pictures of Admiral Darlan - the lying in state at Algiers; The Campaign in Tunisia - British troops in action in Tebourba; Scenes in War Areas - Our Captured Paratroops and Axis Prisoners; General Giraud succeeds Darlan; New Pictures and Personalities; The Trail of Axis Defeat in Libya - General Montgomery's Spartan Meal - photo of Monty with his luncheon of Bully Beef and Tinned Potatoes, with a cup of tea from a thermos flask; Rommel's Trail of Defeat - Abandoned Equipment Litters the Desert - including many pieces in perfect order; Points of View in Libya; Apollonia Abandoned; Prisoners "Caged" - amazing photo of hundreds of Axis prisoners being marched into their Libyan "cages"; Achievements of the British Soldier - article by Cyril Falls; The "Knock-Out Blow" that was no "K.-O." - Dramatic Pearl Harbour photos; "Remember Pearl Harbour!" - The Act of Treachery That Will Surely Prove to Be Japan's Death Warrant - 12 great photos; Fantastic centerfold skeleton-view of a Lancaster Bomber - the bomber with more than 50, 000 parts; Photos of Personalities and Events of the week; Cumulo-Numbus - These majestic clouds are a danger-signal to aircraft - multiple illustrations; A Mad Orgy of Upside-Down Levitation - The Curious Adventures of the crew of a Sunderland Flying Boat - illustrations of what happened over the Bay of Biscay; Milne's Seismograph - with photos of quake damage in Japan and India; "Hitler in a Raving Mood" - Violent Gestures during the Munich Speech - Six great photos; The Great Russian Offensive - Photos from Various Sectors Hinting at the Magnitude of the Russian Victory - captured equipment, German prisoners, and more; Photos of Christmas with our fighting men at land and sea - including a shot of R.A.F. armoured cars passing under the Libyan Marble Arch,