The Illustrated London News, Saturday, September (Sept.) 25, 1948: United Nations mediator Count Bernadotte Assassinated in Jerusalem

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

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Pages 337-364. Features: Cover photo portrait of the victim of a shameful and dastardly crime, Count Bernadotte, the representative of the United Nations, seen with his wife, when beginning the mission of peace which ended in his murder at Jerusalem; Colour ad for the Dunlop Rubber Company inside front cover features the city of Lincoln; Conference discusses the future of the Italian colonies; Two photos of the UN Security Council as it discusses Hyderabad and Count Bernadotte's murder; Two pages of photos of huge crowds in Berlin illustrate a Communist demonstration and the funeral of a youthful victim of Communist police action, Wolfgang Scheunemann; Photos of personalities of the week include Lord Noel-Buxton, Maj. Gen. S. F. Irwin, Emile Ludwig, the right Hon. J. S. C. Reid, Adm. Sir Henry Bruce, Sir Sothern Holland, Lieut. Gen. Rajendrasinghji G, Sylvain Mayer, Sir Charles Eric Palmer, Dame Lillan Braithwaite, Field Marshall Lord Montgomery, Khwaja Nazimuddin, U Tin Tut of Burma, Sao Shwe Thaik, and Col. Serot of France; Photo of the funeral procession of Mr. Jinnah, first Gov. Gen. of Pakistan; Photo of French aircraft workers fighting police in Paris; Photo of Gen. DeGaulle speaking to huge crowd in Nice; Photo of Pakistan's new Gov. Gen., Khwaja Nazimuddin; Article with map discusses the invasion of Hyderabad; Two large photos illustrate Hyderabad's surrender to the Indian Union after a five-day war; Two pages of informative photos about the India Hyderabad war illustrate the auxiliary forces which opposed the entry of Indian troops - the Razakars; Photos of buildings in Britain today - ancient, modern, and for export; Photo of the royal arrival for a special session of Parliament; Book review of "The Journal Of Eugene Delacroix", translated from the French by Walter Pach; Four pages of beautiful colour illustrations/photos of flowers; Photos of ingenious British animal toys which earned dollars for this country; Four photos illustrate Britain's production of famous turbojets; One-page illustration of air screw turbines in production - the buld-line for Armstrong Siddeley "Mamba" turboprops at Coventry; Two pages of text and photos of the revival of tapestry weaving in Scotland at the Dovecote Studios; Five fascinating photos present scenes aboard the capsized battleship "Tirpitz" at Tromso, as she is being broken up by her new owner, Mr. Heovding; Photo of police investigating Mosquito crash scene at Manston on September 18 where 12 people were killed during an air display; Photo of Mr. James Wilson, seven times champion sheepdog handler, with his dog Glen, twice champion sheepdog, at Worcester; Five photos of Australian cricketers being welcomed by the king and queen at Balmoral Castle; Six photos in the Waitomo glow-worm Cave, New Zealand, where "Boletophila Luminosa" creates a wonder of the world; Fascinating colour-illustrated back cover de Havilland ad illustrates aircraft decompression chamber research. Unmarked with average wear. Archival tape repairs to coverfold. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, September (Sept.) 25, 1948: United Nations mediator Count Bernadotte Assassinated in Jerusalem

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

Illustrator: Carnon, Roy

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History,

Edition: First Edition

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

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 338h0973

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