The Illustrated London News, Saturday, October (Oct.) 30, 1948: Communist Challenge to the Marshall Plan in France

By: Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al

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Pages 477-504. Features: Cover photo of scene in the St. Etienne mining district of France showing strikers attacking police guarding a coal mine; Fascinating two-page early morning illustration in Strand House, the great dispatch warehouse of W. H. Smith and Son which provides breakfast tables with daily newspapers; Wonderful article, photos and illustrations celebrate the Centenary of the Railway Bookstall, with photo of W. H. Smith I; Photo of rocket-assisted takeoff of U.S. Navy giant Lockheed Constitution aircraft on experimental flight; Photo of terrible wreckage of the K.L.M. Constellation which crashed at Tarbolton on October 21; 11 Dramatic photos of coal strike in France - a Communist manoeuvre or to retard the progress of this French nationalized industry; Photo of the Severn Bridge Wind Tunnel at Thurleigh, Beds.; Photo of fine mosaic floor, believed to be of the second century A.D., found by a Rome peasant digging beside his house; One-page photo of the floodlit glory of Trafalgar Square; Lovely two-page photo of the unveiling of the Memorial to Admirals of the Fleet Lord Jellicoe and Lord Beatty in Trafalgar Square; Seven photos of the marriage of Lady Margaret Egerton and Mr. John Colville on October 20, including Churchill and many royals; Photos of royal events and preparations for the birth of Princess Elizabeth's baby; Group photo of attendees of the first parliamentary Commonwealth conference since the war, and the largest conference of its kind ever held; Aerial photo of new 6 million pound power station at Kingston-on-Thames; Fantastic two-page photo spread features 16 automobiles displayed at the International Motor Show, first to be held since 1938; Two aerial photos of New Mexico taken by rockets 50 and 60 miles above the ground; Italian film "Paisa". Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy

Title: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, October (Oct.) 30, 1948: Communist Challenge to the Marshall Plan in France

Author: Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al

Illustrator: de Grineau, Bryan

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Aviation, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd.: 1948

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 338h0970

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, October (Oct.) 30, 1948: Communist Challenge to the Marshall Plan in France St. Etienne mining district of France showing strikers attacking police guarding a coal mine; Fascinating two-page early morning illustration in Strand House, the great dispatch warehouse of W. H. Smith and Son which provides breakfast tables with daily newspapers; Wonderful article, photos and illustrations celebrate the Centenary of the Railway Bookstall, with photo of W. H. Smith I; Photo of rocket-assisted takeoff of U.S. Navy giant Lockheed Constitution aircraft on experimental flight; Photo of terrible wreckage of the K.L.M. Constellation which crashed at Tarbolton on October 21; 11 Dramatic photos of coal strike in France - a Communist manoeuvre or to retard the progress of this French nationalized industry; Photo of the Severn Bridge Wind Tunnel at Thurleigh, Beds.; Photo of fine mosaic floor, believed to be of the second century A.D., found by a Rome peasant digging beside his house; One-page photo of the floodlit glory of Trafalgar Square; Lovely two-page photo of the unveiling of the Memorial to Admirals of the Fleet Lord Jellicoe and Lord Beatty in Trafalgar Square; Seven photos of the marriage of Lady Margaret Egerton and Mr. John Colville on October 20, including Churchill and many royals; Photos of royal events and preparations for the birth of Princess Elizabeth's baby; Group photo of attendees of the first parliamentary Commonwealth conference since the war, and the largest conference of its kind ever held; Aerial photo of new 6 million pound power station at Kingston-on-Thames; Fantastic two-page photo spread features 16 automobiles displayed at the International Motor Show, first to be held since 1938; Two aerial photos of New Mexico taken by rockets 50 and 60 miles above the ground; Italian film "Paisa,