Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 6, Number 4, July 3 - July 9, 1940

By: Hutchinson, Walter: Editor

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32 pages. Printed on glossy stock. 52 black and white photos and illustrations. Features: Great full-page photo of a 3.7" anti-aircraft gun with crew; Two big liners go down - photos of the Arandora Star and the Champlain; Excellent series of three aerial photos showing the underwater path of a u-boat until it is bombed and sinks; 6 enemy planes brought down on July 3rd - two photos; Illustrated text of statement in Parliament about the French Fleet by Winston Churchill; Great photo of the largest submarine in the world - the French Surcouf in a a British port; Photo of France's aircraft-carrier Bearn; Illustration of the Richelieu being put out of service at Dakar; Interesting centerfold illustration shows the dozens of French vessels which Hitler lost; Daylight aerial bombing photos over Ypenburg Aerodrome, the rail marshalling yards at Hamm, and the port of Tobruk; Photos of first Italian prisoners of war; Wonderful full-page photo of Lieut. W.D.A. King, commander of the submarine Snapper atop his conning tower; The King inspects Australian and Anzac troops; Illustrated text of "Waiting for Zero Hour', as broadcast by G.R. Attlee; Photos of the Regimental badges of the British Army; Photos of Australians assembling American Lockheed Hudson bombers; A Commentary on the war this week; New Zealanders on guard in Egypt; Wonderful full-page photo of many huge naval gun barrels in a British shop; Summary of chief events in the war this week. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 6, Number 4, July 3 - July 9, 1940

Author Name: Hutchinson, Walter: Editor

Categories: Military, History, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd.: 1940

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 432C7876

Keywords: Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 6, Number 4, July 3 - July 9, 1940 3.7" anti-aircraft gun with crew; Two big liners go down - photos of the Arandora Star and the Champlain; Excellent series of three aerial photos showing the underwater path of a u-boat until it is bombed and sinks; 6 enemy planes brought down on July 3rd - two photos; Illustrated text of statement in Parliament about the French Fleet by Winston Churchill; Great photo of the largest submarine in the world - the French Surcouf in a a British port; Photo of France's aircraft-carrier Bearn; Illustration of the Richelieu being put out of service at Dakar; Interesting centerfold illustration shows the dozens of French vessels which Hitler lost; Daylight aerial bombing photos over Ypenburg Aerodrome, the rail marshalling yards at Hamm, and the port of Tobruk; Photos of first Italian prisoners of war; Wonderful full-page photo of Lieut. W.D.A. King, commander of the submarine Snapper atop his conning tower; The King inspects Australian and Anzac troops; Illustrated text of "Waiting for Zero Hour', as broadcast by G.R. Attlee; Photos of the Regimental badges of the British Army; Photos of Australians assembling American Lockheed Hudson bombers; A Commentary on the war this week; New Zealanders on guard in Egypt; Wonderful full-page photo of many huge naval gun barrels in a British Shop,