The Illustrated London News, February 27, 1937: The Fall of Malaga / Combined Manoeuvre Prove Singapore "Invulnerable"

By: Bryant, Arthur; Brown, Ivor; et al

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Pages 329- 372. Features: Cover photo shows the "Almirante Cervera" passing astern of the HMS "Rodney"; Precautions to prevent British warships from being bombed by mistake by aircraft and gauged in the Spanish Civil War; Page of illustrations entitled "The Price of Peace - 1.5 billion pound British Defence Plans" shows hardware to be acquired over five years; Five hard-to-believe photos illustrate traditional (antiquated) oil extraction and refining methods in the great Kirkuk Field; Photo of tossing the pancake at sea - Shrove Tuesday aboard the "Rodney"; Photo of Heyford heavy bomber in flight, illustrating its "dustbin" which enables the gunner to protect the plane from attack from below; Book review of "The Flight Of An Empress", by Wu Yung; Page of illustrations present life in the narrow, thronged Main Street and diminutive shops of San Moritz, the most fashionable village in Europe; Nice one page photo of the peak of Le Fou" in the Alps; Photo-illustrated article on the crested, pineal-eyed Tuatara of New Zealand; Photo of the funeral procession of Dom William Henle, Prior of Buckfast, leaving the Abbey; Page of photos and text describe manoeuvres which proved Singapore "invulnerable"; Two pages of night photos; Six photos show Malaga in the hands of Franco's forces - refugees and homeless; Six photos illustrate the fall of Malaga - the city occupied by Gen. Franco's forces; Fascinating photo illustrated article entitled "A first dynasty Egyptian tomb with unique evidence of burial methods" - the first discovery of a nobleman's body of that period in the position in which he was buried - the tomb of Sabu at Sakkara; Two page centrefold photo of "pyrotechnics" during the conversion of scrap metal in the steel foundry of Messrs. Kryn and Lahy; Photo of Imperial Airways' "Cambria" landing at Hythe; Photo of Marshal Graziani's motorcade crossing ferry Bridge at Lake Ferranti before the attempt on his life; Australia defeats England at cricket; Photo of French frontier guards inspecting motorist at Pertuis as they enforce non-intervention ban on volunteers; Photo of the first world ice hockey championships to be held in London - players parade with their banners at the opening ceremony at Wembley; Photos of personalities of the we conclude Capt. Charles Moore, Gen. Liotta, Lord Huntly, Marshal Graziani, Dr. K. Burkhardt, Sir Percy Cox, Prof. W. M. Lindsay, the Duke and Duchess of Kent Leaving Belgrave Sq., Norman Wilkinson, Walter B. Emery, leading figures in Japan's new government, Sir John Harrowing, and Edward Garnett; Three photos of Vienna Nazis giving Hitler salute to German statesman Herr Von Papen and Baron von Neurath; Three photos of Earl Marshal of England bringing home his bride; Fantastic one-page illustration proposes a huge mid-sea floating 2000 foot airfield where planes can refuel; Article and seven photos of magnificent Ming frescoes discovered in a Chinese temple at Fa Hai Sse, northwest of Peking; Interesting article entitled "Education without tears 100 years ago"; Rumanian crowd offers fascist salute at the funeral of 2 Iron Guards Killed in Spain; Photo of Lithuanian president Smetona speaking on the occasion of his country's 19th anniversary of independence; Nice one page ad for Schweppes soda water; Halfpage photo-illustrated tourism ad for Morocco; One-page illustrated ad for Duckham's Adcoids ('engine tonic to save petrol'); One-page photo-illustrated ad for the Hudson Eight Club Saloon (car); One-page illustrated ad for the new Ford V-8 "30" car; Colour back cover ad for Douglas Stuart (Stuart House of London); and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, February 27, 1937: The Fall of Malaga / Combined Manoeuvre Prove Singapore "Invulnerable"

Author Name: Bryant, Arthur; Brown, Ivor; et al

Categories: Military, History, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News & Sketch: 1937

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 338H0991

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, February 27, 1937: The Fall of Malaga / Combined Manoeuvre Prove Singapore "Invulnerable" Almirante Cervera" passing astern of the HMS "Rodney"; Precautions to prevent British warships from being bombed by mistake by aircraft and gauged in the Spanish Civil War; Page of illustrations entitled "The Price of Peace - 1.5 billion pound British Defence Plans" shows hardware to be acquired over five years; Five hard-to-believe photos illustrate traditional (antiquated) oil extraction and refining methods in the great Kirkuk Field; Photo of tossing the pancake at sea - Shrove Tuesday aboard the "Rodney"; Photo of Heyford heavy bomber in flight, illustrating its "dustbin" which enables the gunner to protect the plane from attack from below; Book review of "The Flight Of An Empress", by Wu Yung; Page of illustrations present life in the narrow, thronged Main Street and diminutive shops of San Moritz, the most fashionable village in Europe; Nice one page photo of the peak of Le Fou" in the Alps; Photo-illustrated article on the crested, pineal-eyed Tuatara of New Zealand; Photo of the funeral procession of Dom William Henle, Prior of Buckfast, leaving the Abbey; Page of photos and text describe manoeuvres which proved Singapore "invulnerable"; Two pages of night photos; Six photos show Malaga in the hands of Franco's forces - refugees and homeless; Six photos illustrate the fall of Malaga - the city occupied by Gen. Franco's forces; Fascinating photo illustrated article entitled "A first dynasty Egyptian tomb with unique evidence of burial methods" - the first discovery of a nobleman's body of that period in the position in which he was buried - the tomb of Sabu at Sakkara; Two page centrefold photo of "pyrotechnics" during the conversion of scrap metal in the steel foundry of Messrs. Kryn and Lahy; Photo of Imperial Airways' "Cambria" landing at Hythe; Photo of Marshal Graziani's motorcade crossing ferry Bridge at Lake Ferranti before the attempt on his life; Australia defeats England at cricket; Photo of French frontier guards inspecting motorist at Pertuis as they enforce non-intervention ban on volunteers; Photo of the first world ice hockey championships to be held in London - players parade with their banners at the opening ceremony at Wembley; Photos of personalities of the we conclude Capt. Charles Moore, Gen. Liotta, Lord Huntly, Marshal Graziani, Dr. K. Burkhardt, Sir Percy Cox, Prof. W. M. Lindsay, the Duke and Duchess of Kent Leaving Belgrave Sq., Norman Wilkinson, Walter B. Emery, leading figures in Japan's new government, Sir John Harrowing, and Edward Garnett; Three photos of Vienna Nazis giving Hitler salute to German statesman Herr Von Papen and Baron von Neurath; Three photos of Earl Marshal of England bringing home his bride; Fantastic one-page illustration proposes a huge mid-sea floating 2000 foot airfield where planes can refuel; Article and seven photos of magnificent Ming frescoes discovered in a Chinese temple at Fa Hai Sse, northwest of Peking; Interesting article entitled "Education without tears 100 years ago"; Rumanian crowd offers fascist salute at the funeral of 2 Iron Guards Killed in Spain; Photo of Lithuanian president Smetona speaking on the occasion of his country's 19th anniversary of independence; Nice one page ad for Schweppes soda water; Halfpage photo-illustrated tourism ad for Morocco; One-page illustrated ad for Duckham's Adcoids ('engine tonic to save petrol'); One-page photo-illustrated ad for the Hudson Eight Club Saloon (car); One-page illustrated ad for the new Ford V-8 "30" car; Colour back cover ad for Douglas Stuart (Stuart House of London,