The Illustrated London News, 3 March 1945

By: Various Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Book Condition: Good


Cover: A Triumph of Road-making: The First Allied Convoy to China to Break the Japanese Blockade. Features include: Our Notebook; Book Review: "Persons and Places" by George Santayana; The Great World War: The American Passage of the Roer (inc maps); Books of the Day; and The World of Science: The Locust's Year of Decision. Pictorial Journals include: The Rocket That Would Not Go Up! - Photos of an ill-fated rocked experiement by Herr Johannes Winkler in 1932; U-Boat Warfare - 1939 - 1945: A Survey of Changing German Submarines and Tactics in a Never-Ceasing Battle (Illus. by G.H. Davis); War Scraps: Incidents at the Front and Behind the Lines; On the Western Front: The American Advance into Germany; Battle Incidents with the Third and Seventh U.S. Armies; The Battle for Goch: British Troops in the Wrecked German Fortress Town; General Crerar's Offensive: The Storming of Cleve (Illus. by Capt. Bryan de Grineau); General Crerar's Offensive: British Troops in Mortal Combat With the Germans in the Reichswald (Illus. by Capt. Bryan de Grineau); The Zeitz Synthetic Oil Plant: Before the R.A.F. Attack - And After; War in the Pacific: Luzon Island and Iwo Jima; With the Red Army: Scenes From Liberated Poznan; Bombed Bath: Proposals for Replanning; and Masterpieces of Painting From the Cook Collection. 8" opening to page 241/242. Remaining contents clean and unmarked with minimal wear. A worthy copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, 3 March 1945

Author Name: Various Contributors

Categories: History, Magazine Back Issues, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, England, The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd.: 1945

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 749G0144

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