The Illustrated London News, Saturday, April 3, 1943

By: Various Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Fair


28 pages. Features: Cover photos of sappers searching for mines amongst the flowers in southern Tunisia; Air photos of Mosquitoes Bombing Locomotive Factory at Nantes as workers leave; The Opening Stages of the Battle of the Mareth Line - Now in British Hands - Eleven photos; Interesting road sings on entering Tunisia; With the Americans in Tunisia; Demolishing a derelict enemy tank - the sapper's hazardous task; Battle for the Mareth Line - article by Cyril Falls; With a Gurkha Battalion in Tunisia - Indians of the Eighth Army - eight photos; Photos of people in the news - Brig.-General N.F. Twining; Group Captain H.I. Edwards; Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands with Monty; Captain D.R. MacFarlane and his wife; Photos of General Alexander with General Giraud; General De Gaulle takes the salute; Photo of the famous Brown House at Munich, H.Q. of the Nazi Party; The King is piped aboard the H.M.S. "Cumberland"; Centerfold illustrations show new types of flak over Berlin at night; Background to a Raid on Berlin - many illustrations of the ground crews who keep our heavy bombers in the air; Dismantling the R.101 mooring mast at Cardington - to salvage teh steel; Two photos of damaged aircraft which made it safely back to base; Soap from cocoa beans for the men of the Gold Coast Army units - five photos; Large illustration of Field-Marshal Smuts; and more. Unmarked. Chips/tears to lower corner of all pages, otherwise average wear. Please note: last 4 pages missing - they likely contained part some photos of aeroplanes from 25 years ago, and ads. .

Title: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, April 3, 1943

Author: Various Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The London Illustrated News: 1943

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 739g0177

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, April 3, 1943 sappers searching for mines amongst the flowers in southern Tunisia; Air photos of Mosquitoes Bombing Locomotive Factory at Nantes as workers leave; The Opening Stages of the Battle of the Mareth Line - Now in British Hands - Eleven photos; Interesting road sings on entering Tunisia; With the Americans in Tunisia; Demolishing a derelict enemy tank - the sapper's hazardous task; Battle for the Mareth Line - article by Cyril Falls; With a Gurkha Battalion in Tunisia - Indians of the Eighth Army - eight photos; Photos of people in the news - Brig.-General N.F. Twining; Group Captain H.I. Edwards; Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands with Monty; Captain D.R. MacFarlane and his wife; Photos of General Alexander with General Giraud; General De Gaulle takes the salute; Photo of the famous Brown House at Munich, H.Q. of the Nazi Party; The King is piped aboard the H.M.S. "Cumberland"; Centerfold illustrations show new types of flak over Berlin at night; Background to a Raid on Berlin - many illustrations of the ground crews who keep our heavy bombers in the air; Dismantling the R.101 mooring mast at Cardington - to salvage teh steel; Two photos of damaged aircraft which made it safely back to base; Soap from cocoa beans for the men of the Gold Coast Army units - five photos; Large illustration of Field-Marshal Smuts,