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  • Bryant, Arthur; et al

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Fair. Kelly, Gerald F. (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover portrait of the Queen; Portrait of General Jan Christian Smuts; One-page cutaway illustration of light Mark VIB tank in the field; Five photos of Athens which was occupied by the Nazis on april 27th; Full-page relief map entitled "Last Stages of a Glorious rearguard Action" looks southward from Thermopylae; Five dramatic photos show the death of a convoy raiding U-boat which, battered by depth charges, surfaces, surrenders, and sinks; Nice centrefold illustration of the recently commissioned H.M.S. "Prince of Wales", sister-ship of the H.M.S. "King George V"; Two pages of photos illustrate Britain's victorious war in Eritrea - Keren and Asmara; Photos of various booty captured at Agordat during the Eritrean campaign; Two photos of German panzer units in Africa - German tanks opposing our own in Libya; Photos of devastating bomb damage in England and funeral procession for A.F.S. members killed during a raid; Photos of personalities of the week include General Lord Gort, Dr. Wellington Koo, Sir Thomas Royden, Lieut.-General Sir Thomas Albert Blamey; Maurice Lambert, Rosalie Gassman, J.C. Dundas, and the Royals inspecting bomb damage in East London; Photo of General Smuts in Nairobi with Cunningham and Sir P. Van Ryneveld; Photo of the Belgian Premier and Madame Pierlot, two of whose sons perished in a train fire April 28th; Amazing photo of a 2,000lb bomb about to be loaded onto a Whitley heavy bomber; Seven photos show how German gunners are insturcted with the aid of scale models; and more. Staples removed. Unmarked with above-average external wear and soiling. Spine taped. A worthy reference copy of this wartime issue.

  • Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.

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    Paperback. Condition: Good. Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan (illustrator). First Edition. Pages 321-352. Features: Photos of capture of U-boat at sea; Britain Seizes Spitzbergen - two great photos; Photo of the Duke of Kent addressing thousands of workers at the vast Glenn Martin factory in Baltimore; Photo of N.C.O. prisoners enjoying their first meal since release from Vichy France; Two photos of Lord Louis Mountbatten aboard the 'Illustrious'; Photos of British toll on shipping at Rotterdam docks; Two pages of ten great photos of Britain's Army being toughened by intensive physical and endurance training; One-page photo of Italian submarine sailors standing aboard their sinking craft as they await pickup by British warships; Russia Fights On - article with map of the German pressure on Russia and map of the environs of Leningrad; Two photos of Leningrad; Photo of Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada; Photos of seventeen people of the week, including numerous religious leaders, General Sir John Dill receiving an award from Polish President, M. Raczkiewicz, Prof. R.B. Mowat, King Peter's coming of age - in London, and Mrs. James Roosevelt (mother of FDR); Nine sepia-tone photos illustrating the 'Nazi Horror' - taken from a German propaganda film being transported to America; Centerfold illustration of a great British press exerting a 'squeeze' of 6,000 tons on a red-hot ingot as part of shaping an 80-foot propeller-shaft; Excellent one-page photo of super 'flying fortress', the Short 'Stirling' bomber in flight; Six photos of airmen who bomb Berlin - component members of a 'Stirling' crew; One-page graphic compares British naval losses, 1914-1916 with 1939-1941; Seven photos of the Soviet Ambassador's Luncheon to Allied Heads on August 29, 1941; Fascinating two-page composite of illustrations show the effects of blast and how research and experiment have helped to cope with this vital problem; Six photos of concrete and steel wartime barges; vintage ads. Unmarked with only moderate wear. A quality copy of this fascinating wartime issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Fair. Davis, G. H. (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover photo from deck of battleship "North Carolina" with guns firing; Two pages of photos from the Russian front include an armoured Russian train about to be blown up, a Soviet armoured car ablaze, German troops occupying the city of Dniepropetrovsk, a crippled panzer unit, terrified horses as shells explode nearby, large Soviet motorized gun, and bridge blown up by the Soviets on their retreat from Narva; photo of De Gaulle inspecting Free French troops in Surrey; Photo of Averill Harriman with Lord Beaverbrook, Mr. Eden and M. Maisky; Photo of rail crash wreckage in Cheshire where nine died; Photos of the Shah of Iran and the former Crown Prince of Iran, Shahpoor Mohammed Riza; Two pages of photos showing Russia's women at war - determined to take over men's jobs and hold key positions in U.S.S. R. workshops; Detailed illustrations explain the Acoustic Mine - a new terror of the under-sea war; Photo of HItler and Mussolini strolling through a devastated Russian village; Six photos of Russia's industrial might; Photos of Lieut.-Comdr. G.A. Thring and Squad.-Leader J.H. Thompson; Photo of Captain Margesson presenting award to Sandhurst cadet N.B. Erskine; Illustrated article explains the life of a sailor with a corvette on convoy escort duty; Centredold illustration of convoy at sea; Seven intimate photos of the Royal family at home; Wow! photos of thousands of tanks inspected by the King - the greatest concentration of armoured land forces that has ever been witnessed in Great Britain; Photos of the new Handley Page "Halifax" bomber; Photos of the latest cannon-firing "Spitfire"; Photos of scorched earth to infrastructure and coal in Spitzbergen before the residents are removed to Britain - including photo of Canadian officers Brigadier Potts of Saskatoon and Major Geoffrey Walsh of Oakville; Photos illustrated "Luftwaffe Life-Boats" - pneumatic craft carried as small packs; Two pages with nine *fascinating* photos of the primitive people of Tierra Del Fuego; and more. Staples removed. Unmarked with somewhat above-average external wear. A worthy vintage copy of this extraordinary WWII issue.

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    Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan (illustrator). First Edition. Pages 693-724. Features: Photo of Major John Bagot Glubb Pasha, reportedly killed in action in Iraq; Four photos of British evacuation from Greece; Informative two-page, seven-illustration feature describes the winged invaders of Crete - troop-carrying gliders - and the JU '52' sky tug; Excellent two-page illustrated feature entitled 'War in the Stratosphere' explains some problems presented by the enigma of flight miles above the earth; Six photos beneath the caption 'Eagle Wings of the Royal Navy - The Victorious Fleet Air Arm; H.M.S. Hood lost May 24 - photo of the ship and photo of part of her crew on deck during firing practice; Photo and illustration of the "Bismarck," sunk on May 27; The Battle for Crete - article; Three maps showing the strategic importance of Crete and Cyprus; Centrefold illustration depict Germany's air invasion of Crete - the first major attack by air-borne troops, across over 200 miles of sea; Photos of the "Beaufighter" night-fighter-bomber and the famous U.S.A. "Catalina"; Photos of thirteen personalities of the week include Igor I. Sikorsky setting record in Connecticut, Vice-Admiral L.E. Holland, Captain R. Kerr, Lord Austin of the well-known automaker, General Smuts, Sir Horace Rumbold, Flight-Officer F.H. Hanbury - first member of the W.A.A.F. to receive the M.B.E.; Two pages with twelve photos from Libya illustrate "Where Panzer Units Become Junk" - The Gallant Defenders of Tobruk; Five photos illustrate fighting in the western desert of North Africa where British patrols harass Nazis; Air photos of the cities of Rakki, Palmyra and Falluja; Photo of the King inspecting paratroops; Photo of truck carrying the wreckage of the ME. 110 fighter which Rudolf Hess flew to Glasgow; New discoveries in Iran exemplify the superb art of Persian goldsmiths over a period of seventeen centuries. Nice vintage ads. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this informative wartime issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Fair. de Grineau, Bryan (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover photo of The Right Hon. Viscount Halifax at his desk; Photos of The Right Hon. Anthony Eden, The Right Hon. Viscount Cranborne, M.P., and Captain the Right Hon. David Margesson; Twp pages of illustrations of R.A.F. badges of bomber squadrons; Two pages of photos of the recent visit of 84-year-old Marshal Petain to Lyons; Photos of the destroyed Middle Temple and its Library; Iconic one-page photo of St. Paul's amidst smoke and wreckage of Nazi onslaught; Photos of damage to Guildhall and Wren churches by London's fire of 1940; One-page photo-portrait supplement of Churchill at his desk with cigar laid-in; One-page photo of destroyed Guildhall; Photos of H.M.S. 'Swordfish' and H.M.S. 'Acheron', both lost at sea; Photos and map of 'Domed Bardia' - Italy's Libyan port besieged by land, sea and air; Photos of the war-damaged former ocean liner 'Carnarvon Castle'; Page of photos of captured Italian Generals in Cairo; Dramatic centrefold photo of Italian prisoners marching as they quit the ruins of Sidi Barrani on December 11; Ten photos of Italian prisoners and war material captured by Wavell's 'Brilliant Stroke' at Sidi Barrani; Two-page illustration of tank battle at Sidi Barrani; Photos of retreating Italians and victorious Greek and British soldiers; Two aerial photos of R.A.F. bombing of Valona, Albania's key port; Photos of personalities of the week include D.O. Finlay, Admiral Darlan, Sir Nevile Wilkinson, Sir R. Dorman-Smith, C.D. Howe with E.P. Taylor, W.C. Woodward, and other survivors of the torpedoed 'Western Prince', Churchill and his wife inspecting London damage, the new Maharaja of Mysore, Rev. A.C. Don, Dr. Risto Ryti, M. Kyosti Kallio, and William Knudsen; Three sensational large photos of construction of the world's biggest plane, the Douglas B-19 under construction at Santa Monica, including dozens of the men who built it; Two pages of illustrations of the Nazi 'Lotfe 7 B' bomb sight; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this fascinating wartime issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Fair. de Grineau, Bryan (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover photos of Churchill and Viscount Halifax approaching battleship 'King George V'; Excellent two-page illustration of sappers throwing a box-girder bridge with nose union across an enemy tank trap; Photo of Carl J. Hambro with M. Carton De Wiart; Photo of King Haakon with Polish President M. Raczkiewicz; One-page photo of General Wavell with Maj.-Gen. O'Connor outside doomed Bardia; Eight pages of fantastic photos of the fall of Bardia - first views; Magnificant centrefold photo of Britain's latest and greatest battleship, H.M.S. 'King George V'; Eight photos of patriot Abyssinians training for battle against Italian tyrants; Six photos of Greek heroism in arctic cold - latest pictures from Albania; Two pages of photos of Wendell Willkie, supporter of the aid for Britain policy, at work; Photos of personalities of the week include General De Gaulle, Count Ciano, Marshal Griziani, Count Csaky, Commander Roger Bureau, P.D. Willeringhaus, John Oxenham, Daniel Hopkin, L.F. Sinclair, and David Lloyd George at his wife's funeral; Five photos of the Chinese military which stands undaunted after four years' heroic resistance; Four photos of Chiang Kai-Shek and his wife, plus a photo of her Pekinese dog; Photo of amazing Italian 'Land Yacht' (captured from Commander Gatti) presented to Britain as a symbol of the resistance by the Belgian Congo; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this important wartime issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Fair. First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Amazing cover photos of young lady with massive 2,700lb tire for the Douglas B-19 super-bomber; Photo-portrait of recently deceased General John Metaxas, Prime Minister of Greece; One-page photo of Marshal Petain being received on-board the battleship 'Strasbourg' by Admiral Darlan; Two-page contour map of Malta - Germany's target of attack by dive-bombers; Twelve photos of the beauties of Malta, the key to the Mediterranean - which has endured over 200 raids; Photos of personalities of the week include: Canadian Premiers in conference, B.P. Haugh, Sir W. Llewellyn, Wendell Willkie with the Chinese Ambassador to Britain, Cardinal Hinsley with Wendell Willkie, Mohamed Mahmoud Pasha, Walter Elliot, M.P., Baron Somers, and the King and Queen at a parade by the Polish squadron; Four excellent photos show how British warships conduct a convoy in the narrow waters of the Mediterranean; Three aerial photos of armoured divisions advancing for the final assault on Bardia; Seven photos of the deserted Libyan stronghold of Bardia; Twelve photos of British Army excercises; Photos in Eritrea and Murzuk; Five photos of Holland's Royal Marines in the Dutch East Indies; Photo of large crowd welcoming Wendell Willkie to Birmingham; Photo of Willkie in the ruins of Coventry Cathedral; Photos of A.T.C. recruits in training; Four photos of Caterpillar 'bulldozer' - a mechanical elephant - moving dirt and bomb wreckage; Four photos of A.T.S. women drivers of 30-cwt. lorries; Two pages of astonishing ultra high-speed X-ray photos show bullets in flight, golf club hitting ball, bullet passing through board, etc.; Two photos of fire damage at Dublin Castle; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this important wartime issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Fair. de Grineau, Bryan (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Fall of Bardia (cover photo); Photo of King George II talking with General Metaxas, the Greek Prime Minister; Page of illustrations show how ice and snow are silent enemies of the bomber; Illustrations of tank warfare in Libya; Two pages of illustrations of R.A.F. unit badges and mottoes; Four photos of Tobruk - General Wavell's new goal; Two pages of Australian troops training for their successful assault on Bardia, including Major-General Iven Giffard Mackay; The War with Nazi Germany - article discusses Hitler's assault on Britain and the victory at Bardia; Two pages of photos illustrate the Greek triumph over Italy at Koritza and Argyrokastro; Centrefold illustration of Wellington bomber No. 2-A taking-off; Eight photos of Italy's 'Run-Away' Navy - graphic pictures of the Sardinia action; Small photo of Miss Amy Johnson, C.B.E., reported lost in an accident off the Thames Estuary; Two pages of bomb damage in Liverpool and G.P.O. (postal) workers carrying on their work; Three pages of very graphic photos of bomb damage in London; Illustration of fire-fighters at the home of Dr. Johnson at No. 17, Gough Square; Illustration of the path of Cunningham's Comet; Nice photo Rolls-Royce ad; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this important wartime issue. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Good. Davis, G.H. (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover photo of Wellington bomber of a Czech squadron setting out on a night raid over Germany; Photo of Admiral Sir Percy Lockwood Harmer Noble; One-page photo of group of R.A.F. cadets parading in flying kit for the first time; Two pages of photos of training of cadets training as R.A.F. pilots and observers; Six photos of Keren, the key to Eritrea, where Italians are strongly resisting; Attractive colour illustration of British aircraft painted in camouflage; Page of colour illustrations of German military aircraft painted in their sombre camouflage colours; Photos of devastation by German bombs in Clydeside, Cardiff and London; Six photos of Buckingham Palace - bombed again; Five photos of Britain's "Invasion Barges - new landing craft at the Lofotens; Article entitled 'The Battle of the Atlantic'; Six photos illustrate the war in Africa - Berbera recaptured / revolt in Abyssinia; Six photos of A.T.S. Specialists - Gunnery school observation tasks; Centrefold illustration of the women of Britain's fighting services - anti-aircraft A.T.S. training at the school of Anti-Aircraft Defense; Photos of femail representatives in Parliament include Beatrice Rathbone, Thelma Keir, Eleanor Rathbone, Florence Horsbrugh, G.D. Hardie, J.L. Adamson, Megan Lloyd George, H.B. Tate, Edith Summerskill, Viscountess Astor, Viscountess Davidson, Irene M.B. Ward, and Ellen C. Wilkinson; Photos of the "King George V" at sea; Illustrations of many weapons, including their prices; Photo of Bulgaria signing away her independence - M. Filoff; Photo of Jews required to wear arm bands in Poland; Photo of one-hundred Poles, hands tied behind their heads, being marched to their execution as revenge for the death of a German soldier; Photos of the Poles being shot, being forced to dig their own graves, and performing a 'death dance' before being shot; photo of Jewish women and old men forced to repair road damage; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir Walford Davies, A.St. G. Lyster, W.G.S. Dobbie, Tom Mann, Anthony J. Biddle, Constance Smedley, F.G. Beaumont-Nesbitt, Hugh A. Drum, Dr. C.R.M.F. Cruttwell, Col. G. Contoleon, M. Nicolas Titulesco, John G. Winant and family, Sir Arthur Salter, Robert H. Brand, and Averell Harriman; Colour Guiness ad shows fighter pilot targeting a bottle; Colour Dunlop ad illustrates how to recognize rank in the Royal Navy; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this excellent wartime issue.

  • Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.

    Published by The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd., London, 1941

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    Paperback. Condition: Good. Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan (illustrator). First Edition. Pages 161-192. Features: Cover photo of German aircraft downed at Palmyra with Vichy markings painted over swastika - absolute proof of collaboration between Vichy and the Axis powers; Photos of personalities of the week include Wing Commander Whitney Straight, Sir Emsley Carr, Sgt. Pilot James Allen Ward, V.C. (the first New Zealand V.C. in the present war), British POWs from Syria detraining at Baalbek; New British 18-ton "Crusader" tank; Photos of the "Beaufighter"; R.A.F. Channel rescue craft; Six photos of fighting at see in the Mediterranean and in Heligoland Bight; Air-photo of submarine building yards at Le Trait bombed by "Blenheims" in daylight; Two-pages of illustrations demonstrating that tanks are not invincible; Fishermen at War (article); Photos of British units ousting snipers from the ruins of Zenobia's Palmyra; Seven great sepia-tone photos illustrate the end of the Syrian campaign as Beirut fetes the entry of Allied troops under Generals Wilson and Catroux; Two pages with ten fascinating photos from the Russian Front, showing U.S.S.R. army units fighting with magnificent elan against the common enemy; Soviet Russia At War (article); Photo of signing of Poland's Pact of Friendship with Russia - Prime Minister Sikorski and M. Maisky, with Eden and Churchill at head of table; Centerfold illustrations demonstrate the value of pigeon-post as an accessory to wireless in war; Four excellent photos of the "Fortress I" bomber as it arrives in England - on its way to Germany; Two pages of photos of night and day scenes at a Fleet Air Arm training station; Two pages of photos of construction of the "Trans-Saharan" rail line to Dakar - with map and two artist's renderings of the diesel electric locomotives planned to service the line; Romantic discovery of a vast and unknown cavern on Mendip - article with three photos and map; Three pages of photos inside the newly-discovered Stalactite Caves at Mendip; Half-page photo-illustrated ad for the British Power Boat Company; Nice half-page Burberry services equipment ad; more vintage ads. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this informative wartime issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Good. Davis, G. H. (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover photo of five airmen being rescued after nearly a day adrift; Two-page photo of German airmen in liferaft floating in water they have dyed to aid in their recovery; Photo of Frederick James Leathers; Page of photos and illustrations explain new Middle East "Airgraph Service" which transmits 4500 letters in 16-mm films which weigh only 1lb; Page of photos show "Sky Doughboys" - paratroops training at Fort Benning; Series of illustrations explain how a tank is controlled and shows details of the Carden-Vickers Bren-Gun carrier; Full-page photo of British soldiers safely evacuated from Greece; Article entitled "The Withdrawal From Greece"; The Pro-Axis Uprising in Iraq - photo of Habbaniyeh, the R.A.F. base which was shelled by Iraqi artillery, the infant King Feisal II, aged six, with his uncle, the regent Emir Abdul Ilah, Raschid Ali Gailani (who seized power on April 3), Basra's fine airport; Two more photos of the R.A.F. Station at Habbaniyeh; Two pages of R.A.F. troops in training at a secret R.A.F. station; Centrefold illustration of cockpit view from Westland "lysander" diving to attack enemy paratroops; Two dramatic photos of the sinking "Rajputana" after it was torpedoed in mid-Atlantic; Three photos of the Italian destroyer "Artigliere" and its most explosive end after being hit by the H.M.S. "Ajax" and the H.M.S. "York" the following day; Photos of personalities of the week include Polish President Raczkiewicz, Col. Moore-Brabazon, Lord Beaverbrook, Churchill at a luncheon to celebrate Sir Emsley Carr, Queen Wilhelmina with U.S. Ambassador Biddle and his wife, Maj.-Gen. B.C. Freyberg, The Rt. Hon. R.H. Cross, Col. J.J. Llewellin, Ramsay Muir, Ethel Mayne, Lord Aitchison, U-Boat Commdr. Prien, and French Corporal Du Fretay; Photos illustrate how Junkers planes are adaptable to carrying heavy war loads - including photos of huge dredges flown, part-by-part to Bulolo, Papua; Photo of the Focke-Wulf '189,' the first aeroplane of its type to be put into service with the Luftwaffe; Photo of German tanks entering Belgrade; Photos of Flight Lieut. J.G. Fleming, D.F.C. and Flying Officer J.J. Meikle who successfully flew a Catalina flying boat from Bermuda despite broken ailerons; Illustration and photo of the "North Carolina," America's new and mighty battleship; Photos of U.S. Aircraft, Tanks and Helmets; Photo of a Douglas "B-19", Dreadnought of the Air, nearing completion at Santa Monica; and more. Staples removed. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this informative WWII issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Good. de Grineau, Bryan (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover photo of message being passed by line from destroyer to cruiser while at sea; Series of illustrations show 'Position' land-mining a road surface for depth-charges; Two-page illustration of night training for attack in enemy country; Photo of Packard draughtsmen at work in the U.S. where they are contracted to produce 6,000 Rolls-Royce engines; Two impressive photos of Pittsburgh's impressive steel productive capacity; Aerial photos of R.A.F. bomb strikes on Boulogne and Addis Ababa; Ten photos of Tripoli, the beautiful capital of Italian Libya; Map-illustrated article considers German invasion of England; Personalities of photos of the week include Lady Austen Chamberlain, Dr. W.M. Carter, Colonel Lindbergh (who urged a negotiated peace), H.W. House, Dr. E.G.W. Braunholtz, The King and Queen inspecting bomb damage, P.W. Kerr, Walter Krivitsky, Major-General Fleischer of the Norwegian forces, M. radu Florescu, and C.F.A. Voysey; Illustration and photo of German inflatable dinghy for downed airmen; Two-page photo of dawn paratroop attack; Seven photos of America's parachute troops training at Fort Benning; Full-page cutaway illustration of Wellington bomber; Photos of London statues being saved; Photo of huge unexploded Nazi bomb now used as a $ collecting box outside St. Paul's Cathedral; Photos of gas masks in use in Brighton as part of gas 'alert' test; Photos aboard corvettes - little ships which are grappling with the U-boat menace; Six large photos show meal preparation at Liverpool's communal feeding centre - capable of serving 16,000 repasts daily; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this important wartime issue.

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    Published by The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. The Illustrated London News, 30 January 1943, London, 1941

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Fair. Jagger, David; De Grineau, Bryan (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Photos of Churchill inspecting American mechanized squadron of the home guard; One page illustration of Lord Baden-Powell who passed away January 8th; Two pages of illustrations of badges and devices of various squadrons; Two-page illustration of America's colossal sea power; Five photos of the Blackburn 'Botha', our new general reconaissance plane; The War with Nazi Germany - article discusses the victories in North Africa; Two pages of photos relating to the fall of the Italian 'Bastion' of Bardia on January 5; Five photos of Free French forces battling at Bardia; Six photos of the trail of Italian flight from Bardia; Two-page illustration of the Bangalore Torpedo in use - it was successfully used against the barbed wire defenses of Bardia; Photo of General Smuts inspecting his South African Army in Kenya; Five photos of scenes of Greek successes; Before and after photos of Wren glories after fire attack on London; Photos of the personalities of the week include Joan Hearn-Avis, Captain H.J. Horsey, James Joyce (who died on Jan. 13th), Sir Lohn Lavery, Sir Archibald Sinclair, Alan Cunningham, Frank Bridge, Sir Henry Steele, Edward Colin Ryder Richardson, Ubaldo Soddu, William D. Leahy, and Sir Frank Spencer Spriggs; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this important wartime issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Good. Fenwick (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover photo of the King and Duke of Kent welcomning U.S. Ambassador John G. Winant to England; Illustration of Don Alfonso De Bourbon of Hapsburg who died in Rome on February 28th; Seven photos of Mogadishi, capital of Italian Somaliland, captured by General Cunningham; Four pages of excellent photos show R.A.F. gunners undergoing intensive training; Page of photos of Turkey's dauntless leaders - Ismet Ineunu, Dr. Refik Saydam, and Bay Sukru Sarajoglu; Map-illustrated article entitled "The Germans in the Mediterranean"; Two pages of illustrations of the men and machines of the Turkish Air Force which confront the Axis menace; Two pages of photos illustrate the emancipation of Turkish women - shown are a judge, politician, professor, artists, and more; Centerfold illustration shows torpedoed ship with devastating damage in drydock for repairs (please note: significant coffee stains to this illustration); Full-page photo of British infantryman in Libya in full battle gear; Full-page photo of Fully-armed Greek infantryman on the Albanian front; Two-page illustration of R.A.S.C. men drawing rations in a typical skilfully concealed distribution centre; Photos of bomb damaged S. Mary's Church in Swansea; Photo of massive 1.75 ton unexploded Nazi bomb recovered from East Anglia; Photo of devastating R.A.F bomb damage to German rail marshalling yard; Photos of personalities of the week include G.W. Rendel, M. Filoff, M.N. Momtchiloff, M. De Vleeschauwer with General Cunningham, Mrs. Rex Benson with Air Marshal Portal, Joseph Kennedy giving evidence on the Lease-and-Lend bill in Washington, L. Von A. De La Periere, Dr. J. Rendel Harris, and the Rev. Eric S. Loveday; Two pages of photos of Lifeboatmen - always on duty defying the seas and Nazi bombers; Illustrated instructions how to personally deal with fire bombs; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this excellent wartime issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Fair. de Grineau, Bryan (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Photo of General Georges Catroux; Six photos of Home Guard members protecting Buckingham Palace; Illustrations show how wireless communication provides the eyes for a field battery; Four charming photos of Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, and the Queen; Photo at Kirkuk pre-refinery which pipelines oil to a Haifa refinery; Photos of oil wells in Iraq - the focal point of the Nazi "Drang Nach Osten"; Photos of and related to the 620-mile pipeline to Haifa; Map of South America with article entitled "Nazi Threat to U.S. and Panama - Lufthansa Air Lines in Latin America; Article entitled "The Attitude of the Vichy"; Photos of Dakar entitled "Germany's Infiltration to Dakar - It's Menace to America"; Six photos from Addis Ababa where Imperial forces enter and the Union Jack is hoisted; Six photos entitled "The Return of Haile Selassie - The Negus Welcomed by His People" includes a photo of Miss Banichyzgu Kidani, the only woman soldier in the forces of the Negus; Photos of new bombing raid damage in London - The Queen's Hall, Lambeth Palace, Salvation Army HQ, St. Andrew's Church, Holborn, St. Olave's, St. James's Palace, and the Old Bailey; Two pages of photos from enemy sources include: German soldiers exercising in Africa to the sound of an accordion, German troops resting after capturing El Agheila, Libya, British POWs waiting at an African airport; General Von Kleist saluting panzer unit in Belgrade, Photo of hundreds (thousands?) of Yugoslavian soldiers crowded into German POW camp, swastika flag hoisted over the Acropolis, and General Tsolakoglu signing final capitulation; Photo of ship the 'Zamzam', reported sunk; Photo of German POWs in the western desert receiving food; Two photos of booty taken when the British captured Kismayu; Seven photos from Canada beneath caption "Nazi Prisoners in Canadian Camps - Dodges Used for Escaping" - includes photos of mail checking, improvised tool and weapon, etc.; Photo of Air Chief-Marshal Sir Arthur Longmore arriving in Egypt; Photo of destroyed parish church of St. Peter and Paul, Bromley, Kent; Photo of Mr. Kenneth Riddle, President of the Oxford Union; Photo of five British POWs released from camp in Italian Somaliland; Photo of massive celebration for Portuguese Prime Minister; Photo of De Gaulle with Longmore in Cairo; Photo of Viscount Gort with Sir Clive Liddell whom he succeeds at Gibraltar; Photo of U.S. battleship "Washington" which is nearing completion; Photo of the King and Queen inspecting bomb damage at Westminster Abbey; Photos of personalities of the week include: General Sir R.H. Haining, Maj.-Gen. H.C.B. Wemyss, Lieut.-Gen. Sir H.R. Pownall, Brig. Viscount Bridgeman, General Dentz, Miss Agnes Keyser, The Duke of Aosta, Queen of Croatia, The Duke of Spoleto, The Duke of Hamilton, Mr. Ivone Kirkpatrick, E.M.B. Ingram, Lieut.-Gen. Sir W. Pulteney, Grig.-Gen. Sir C. Champion De Crespigny and The Earl of Suffolk; Dunlop one-page ad shows bombs being loaded into the belly of a plane; and more. Staples removed. Unmarked with somewhat above-average external wear. A worthy vintage copy of this informative WWII issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Fair. Davis, G. H.; Bone, Sir Muirhead (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover photos of downed Italian fighter in the Western Desert, one of hundreds; Nice photo of Haile Selassie taking salute of Abyssinian troops; Illustrations of the Sicilian Straits - the vital channel in the Mediterranean War; Photos and illustrations of H.M.S. 'Illustrious' and 'Southampton', saviours of the convoy; Illustration of Luftwaffe attacking British aircraft-carrier; Six photos aboard a Sunderland flying boad - the eyes of the Fleet; Five photos of an R.A.F. Squadron co-operating with the Coastal Command; Three photos of British aircraft carrier being replenished with bombs; Two-pages of illustrations show the tactics and technique used by Stuka dive-bombers which attack Mediterranean convoys; Article on the Situation in the Balkans; Two aerial photos of bomb damage after R.A.F. attack on Wilhelmshaven; Six photos of downed enemy aircraft in Libya; Six photos of victors and vanquished in Bardia area; Two-page illustration of scene inside tank turret of the type used in Libya; Twenty photos document the capture by the Greeks of Argyrokastro; Photos of personalities of the week include A.G. MacDonell, A.A. Uthwatt, Margaret Lloyd George, Viscount Wakefield, Churchill in Glasgow with the Lord Provost of Glasgow and Harry Hopkins, Wendell Willkie, Ross Preston, James Bonar, and Captain J.G. Stuart; One-page photo of iron foundry work being performed aboard H.M.S. 'Forth'; Six boastful photos of Kassala before it was recaptured by the British; Four excellent photos of the H.M.S. 'Thunderbolt' (and part of her crew) which torpedoed an escorted Italian U-Boat; Photo of mass burial at Portsmouth; Photo of Roy Widdicombe and Robert Tapscoot who sailed 3000 miles to safety in 71 days; Photo of Bofors anti-aircraft guns being packed in Canada for the motherland; One-page illustration of Rear-Admiral considering order to Flag Lietutenant; Two-page illustration inside British mine-layer at work; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this important wartime issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Good. Turner, C.E. (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover photo portrait of Sir Archibald Wavell who led the capture of Benghazi; Photo of J.G. Winant, new U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain; Sixteen photos of the taking of Tobruk - with over 25,000 prisoners, fires caused by naval bombardment, and devastation at the El Adeem aerodrome; Photo of Lord Lloyd of Dolobran who died on February 5th; Photo of 'San Giorgio' ablaze and Italian naval prisoners; Article on the fall of Benghazi; Twelve more photos after the fall of Tobruk, including Air Commodore R. Collishaw, Commanding R.A.F. units in Libya, who was born in Nanaimo, B.C. and after whom the Nanaimo Airport Terminal is named; One-page map of the Balkan states - is Bulgaria the next German target after Rumania?; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir Maitland Wilson, R.N. O'Connor, Iven MacKay, A.G. Creagh, Sir A.M. Longmore, Sir A.B. Cunningham, Lord Moyne, Malcolm Macdonald, Wendell Willkie, Ernest Brown, Tom Johnston, Euan Wallace, Sir Reginald Hoare, W.G.S. Dobbie, General berganzoli, Stanley J. Adams and Mrs. Marguerite Hyde; Two-page illustration of No. 3-A 'Defiant', a night fighter; Photo of Churchill visiting his old Battalion, the Royal Scots Fusiliers; Photo of Sir John Dill visiting Canadian troops; Photo of the funeral procession of Lord Baden-Powell at Nyeri, Kenya; Photo of stolen seven-seater aircraft stolen by French mechanic and flown from France to England; Photo of Haile Selassie returning to Abyssinia to take command of his troops; Photo of unexploded German torpedo on deck of British ship!; Photos of crash between the London-Norwich express train and a London express to Southend which killed six; Six photos from Ethiopia where they relentlessly press back at the Italians; Photos of airplanes from the U.S. for use by the R.A.F. - the 'Martlet I', 'Tomahawk', Brewster ' Buffalo I', and 'Boston II'; Two pages of fascinating illustrations show how fires caused by German incendiaries are fought in office buildings and residential districts; Eight photos of Benghazi landmarks; Two pages with twelve photos of the Polish fleet being inspected by General Sikorski; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this important wartime issue.

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Good. Turner, C.E. (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover photo of Corvette and coastal aircraft protecting merchantmen; Two-page illustration of the Battle of the Atlantic - destroyer escorting large convoy through German counter-blockade; Photo of Anthony Eden with General Sir John Dill and M. Sarajoglu of Turkey; One-page photo of smiling mother and children bombed out of their London home; Photos of pitiful blitz victims on Clydeside, in the Port of Bristol, and in London; One-page comprehensive map of the campaign in East Africa - cleaning up the remnants of Mussolini's East African Empire; Article entitled "The Greek Victory in Albania"; Series of photos beneath caption "Yugoslavia Betrayed By Her Politicians - The Principals Concerned" - includes photo of Hitler with Prince Paul (in 1939), M. Tsvetkovitch, M. Matchek, Cincar-Markovitch and Ribbentrop; Fascist Bombing Fury - Salonika's 6th Century Cathedral Damaged - six photos; Torpedoed in the Atlantic - a personal narrative and a tribute, by Katina Paxinou; Jarabub - where the garrison of 2000 surrendered on March 21 - six photos; Centrefold illustration of Liberator bomber (with inset photo of the plane); Two pages of photos show how U-Boats are built; Photos of night fighter squadron preparing for a 'party'; Photos of the Eagle Squadron setting off on a patrol; Photos of American-donated clothing being distributed at the dockland settlement, London; Photos of personalities of the week include Teneral Petit, Major G.P. Bulman, W.S. Farren, Air Commodore P. Huskinson, the King and Queen being welcomed by Lady Astor, Anthony J. Drexel Biddle and King Haakon, Colonel R.A. Bagnold, Dr. R.W. Macan, Professor Noel Hall, Sir Cyril Newall and Lady Newall; Aerial photos of R.A.F. bomb damage at Dunkirk and Le Havre; Two photos of Ernest Hemingway - in Spain during the civil war with officers of the Republican Army and with Republican soldiers during the battle of Teruel; and more. Staples removed. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this excellent wartime issue.

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    Paperback. Condition: Good. Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan (illustrator). First Edition. Pages 493-524. Features: Photo of Greek Prime Minister M. Alexander Korizis; Nice one-page cutaway illustration of British No. 1 Infantry (heavy) tank Mark IIA in action; Lovely two-page illustration of Britain's womanhood as mobilised for victory in national war services - in their many uniforms; Two-pages with fifteen illustrations of the gentle art of baling out of an airplane (escape technique); Six photos of Italy's defeat and humiliation in Libya, where the Nazis have taken over; The War with Nazi Germany - The Peril in the Near East - article with map showing the German advance in North Africa and one-page relief map showing Germany's sphere of Mediterranean operations from the Balkans and Libya, aimed at the oil filds of Iraq and the Suez Canal; Map of the entire Balkan theatre of war; Seven photos illustrate the "New Order" at work in France, Yugoslavia, Japan, and Bulgaria - Mr. Matsuoka in Germany, capture of Otto Kretschmer, large French crowd giving Nazi salute to Marshal Petain, and Nazi tanks being welcomed to Bulgarian village; Two pages with nine photos illustrate 'Germany's Hammer Blows in the Balkans - important cities and sites in enemy hands in Yugoslavia and Greece'; Centerfold illustration of Lysander tailgunner eyeing a tempting target during exercises somewhere in England; Six excellent photos illustrated victory of the Sons of Hindustan in Eritrea; Excellent photo illustrates planning for the capture of Keren; Photos of fourteen personalities of the week include Maj.-Gen. Carton De Wiart, V.C., Leiut.-Gen. P. Neame, V.C., Lieut.-Gen. Sir R. O'Connor, Maj.-Gen. M.D. Gambier-Parry, Lieut.-Gen. Sir H. Maitland Wilson, Queen Mary of Yugoslavia, Hitler shaking hands with Rommel, Rashid Ali Gailani, and M. Laszlo De Bardossy of Hungary with Hitler; Photo of the Air Council in session at the Air Ministry, with nine men in attendance; Fascinating one-page article with four photos describes how 'health-giving rays, 240 times more powerful than sunshine, help the war workers; Photo of Danish ships in custody in the U.S.; Photos of Italian ships seized by the U.S.; Photo of Italian ship sabotage damage in US waters; Victorious return of H.M.A.S. "Sydney" to Sydney Harbour; Four photos of "Catalina" flying boat used in the U-Boat War; Illustrations of eighteen victorious fighter pilots from the Battle of Britain; Article on the Sturgeon (fish) and its ancestors; Lovely half-page photo ad for Bentley cars; Many vintage ads. Unmarked with average wear. Nibble from bottom corner. A quality copy of this dramatic wartime issue.

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    Published by The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. The Illustrated London News, 30 January 1943, London, 1941

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    Single Issue Magazine. Condition: Good. Illustrated by Davis, G.H. (illustrator). First Edition. 32 pages. Features: Cover photo of formal handing-over ceremony to the Australian Brigadier; Six photos of the snow and ice Greek soldiers overcame in Albania; Six photos from the Greek Front - awaiting Tepelini's fall; Photo of Greek troops in tiny captured Italian tanks near the Albanian front; Photo of forlorn captured Italian Colonel, commander of a crack Alpini regiment, in German sidecar driven by Greek soldier; Two-page illustration/map of Singapore and vicinity - stubborn obstacle to Japan's ambitious projects in southern Asia; One-page map of the U.S.' strategic Pacific sites, which envelope Japan at all points; Article entitled "The War with Nazi Germany - The Far East" includes photos of Japanese troops on Hainan; Photos of personalities of the week include Trygve Lie, Sir H. Harty, Dr. Tevfid Rustu Aras, M. Charalambos Simopoulos, M. Yosuke Matsuoka, Australian Prime Minister Menzies inspecting troops in London, Lord Gort in a Bren gun carrier, Sir Frederick Banting (killed in Newfoundland plane crash), Sir Shenton Thomas, Sir R. Brooke-Popham, L.A. Strange, Dan Pienaar, A.G. Cunningham, and Joe Coyne; Photos of the wood carvings at St. Stephen's, Walbrook; Aerial photo of R.A.F. bomb damage in Eritrean port of Massawa; Aerial photo of R.A.F. bomb damage at Valona; Fascinating illustrations explain German incendiary bombs - clockwork and electric types; Dramatic centrefold photo of F.D.R. addressing the House to demand fullest help to the democracies; Twelve photos of the Capture of Derna (a small town between Tobruk and Banghazi); Two pages of photos of the Capture of Derna - minefields cleared, booty seized, examples of Italian road engineering; Two pages of photos of the occupation of Benghazi by Australian troops - and welcoming crowds; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this extraordinary wartime issue.; Folio - over 12" - 15" tall; The Illustrated London News, Saturday, March [Mar.] 1, 1941 - Cover Photo of British Entry Into Benghazi handing-over ceremony to the Australian Brigadier; Six photos of the snow and ice Greek soldiers overcame in Albania; Six photos from the Greek Front.