The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 18, 1936: Passing of Rudyard Kipling

By: Chesterton, G. K.; Et al

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Pages 73-112. Features: Cover illustration of Rudyard Kipling - veteran of English letters, Port of Empire, and a master of fiction; Photo of FDR's neutrality declaration; Six photos illustrate widespread havoc left in the wake of recent 90 mph winds, including the wrecked scenic railway at Ramsgate; Two pages of prominent photos document the diamond Jubilee of His Highness the Maharaja Gaekwar - a prince brought from obscurity to rule Baroda; Two pages of photos illustrate the Union Jack flying on the Abyssinian frontier - The Somaliland Camel Corps in British Somaliland; Page of reproductions of paintings hitherto unknown in Tibet - the art of Ajanta; A path along which Buddhism spread from India - page of photos illustrating Signor Tucci's latest expedition to Tibet; Six photos describe modern life and ancient legend in Tibet - a complicated exploration; Five photos of a Bull "Derby" in the island of Madura - Malay cattle breeders who drive their beasts in races; Book review of "Miracles and Adventures", by M. A. St. Clair Stobart; Article on the discovery of oscillating electrical circuits; Page of illustrations explain how electric oscillation is used in wireless and medical work; One page photo portrait of H.R.H. Prince Edward of Kent returning to London from Sandringham; Photo of the latest addition to the German Navy, the "Admiral Graf Von Spee"; Photo of HMS "Apollo"; The Italo-Abyssinian War - six photos; Page of photos of British and French warships in port and at sea; Centrefold aerial photo of Kenilworth Castle; Photo of grand birthday party for general Goering in the Berlin State Opera House; Photo of new high-speed German airliner, the "He.111" adopted by Lufthansa; The abbey's Chatham effigy cleaned - the "Eagle Face" modelled from life by Mrs. Wright; Photos of personalities of the week include Samuel Begg, Hugh Ruttledge, Samuel Rothafel ("Roxy"), Percy Thomas, John Gilbert, the Aga Khan, Malcolm Macdonald, Ramsay MacDonald, coal industry negotiators, and the "retirement" of Yehudi Menuhin at tea with members of his family; Light on the "Dark Age" of the northern Sudan - Nubian tombs containing art relics and signs of slave-sacrifice at a master's burial - remarkable discoveries at Firka; Page of photos of Wilhelm Backhaus in concert; one page Johnnie Walker ad shows three people at bar; Halfpage photo- illustrated ad for the Rover "Fourteen" Streamline Coupe; Colourful Dewar's ad on back cover features flu bugs cowering at sight of man in busy rainy street holding bottle of whisky; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 18, 1936: Passing of Rudyard Kipling

Author: Chesterton, G. K.; Et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News: 1936

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 338h1002

Keywords: Rudyard Kipling - veteran of English letters, Port of Empire, and a master of fiction; Photo of FDR's neutrality declaration; Six photos illustrate widespread havoc left in the wake of recent 90 mph winds, including the wrecked scenic railway at Ramsgate; Two pages of prominent photos document the diamond Jubilee of His Highness the Maharaja Gaekwar - a prince brought from obscurity to rule Baroda; Two pages of photos illustrate the Union Jack flying on the Abyssinian frontier - The Somaliland Camel Corps in British Somaliland; Page of reproductions of paintings hitherto unknown in Tibet - the art of Ajanta; A path along which Buddhism spread from India - page of photos illustrating Signor Tucci's latest expedition to Tibet; Six photos describe modern life and ancient legend in Tibet - a complicated exploration; Five photos of a Bull "Derby" in the island of Madura - Malay cattle breeders who drive their beasts in races; Book review of "Miracles and Adventures", by M. A. St. Clair Stobart; Article on the discovery of oscillating electrical circuits; Page of illustrations explain how electric oscillation is used in wireless and medical work; One page photo portrait of H.R.H. Prince Edward of Kent returning to London from Sandringham; Photo of the latest addition to the German Navy, the "Admiral Graf Von Spee"; Photo of HMS "Apollo"; The Italo-Abyssinian War - six photos; Page of photos of British and French warships in port and at sea; Centrefold aerial photo of Kenilworth Castle; Photo of grand birthday party for general Goering in the Berlin State Opera House; Photo of new high-speed German airliner, the "He.111" adopted by Lufthansa; The abbey's Chatham effigy cleaned - the "Eagle Face" modelled from life by Mrs. Wright; Photos of personalities of the week include Samuel Begg, Hugh Ruttledge, Samuel Rothafel ("Roxy"), Percy Thomas, John Gilbert, the Aga Khan, Malcolm Macdonald, Ramsay MacDonald, coal industry negotiators, and the "retirement" of Yehudi Menuhin at tea with members of his family; Light on the "Dark Age" of the northern Sudan - Nubian tombs containing art relics and signs of slave-sacrifice at a master's burial - remarkable discoveries at Firka; Page of photos of Wilhelm Backhaus in concert; one page Johnnie Walker ad shows three people at bar; Halfpage photo- illustrated ad for the Rover "Fourteen" Streamline Coupe; Colourful Dewar's ad on back cover features flu bugs cowering at sight of man in busy rainy street holding bottle of Whisky The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 18, 1936: Passing of Rudyard Kipling,