The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 16, 1937: Herr Hitler Entertains / Royal Wedding at the Hague

By: Bryant, Arthur; Pycraft, W.P.; Et al

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Pages 77- 116. Features: One-page ad for 'Ski Paradise' Austria; Photo of Egypt popular young Monarch King Farouk; Photos of a royal wedding in the Dutch Indies; Photo of the Bavarian Frey brothers being rescued from the Watzmann; Photo of first airmail plane leaving Ratmalana, Ceylon; Photo of Toscanini receiving Orange Grove from grateful Jews after he conducted pioneer concerts in Palestine; Photo of Hitler receiving traditional gift of salt from representatives of the Halle salt mines; One-page photo of Hitler greeting diplomats in Berlin, an occasion at which he assured the French ambassador that Germany had no designs on Spanish Morocco; Book review of "The Conquest Of Morocco", by vice Adm. C. V. Usborne, with photos; One-page pictorial map of the Straits of Gibraltar, looking east - showing Spanish Morocco, the object of alleged German penetration, and possibly to be protected by a Franco-German agreement; Nice one-page photo of Royal wedding at the Hague, showing Princess Juliana and the Prince of the Netherlands in their gold coach driving through the city; Two page photo of crowd in church to witness the royal wedding; Two pages of text and photos describe ingenious tests for German drivers aimed at preventing death on the roads; Two pages of photos of Hellenistic panels in the Al-Aqsa mosque; Centrefold illustration of Britain's two largest battleships, HMS "Nelson" and "Rodney" firing their 16 inch guns at towed targets with deadly precision; Two fascinating pages of text and photos of skull groves on the Burmese border - headhunting trophies for harvest luck; Peking man's food - the first diet records of Pleistocene date - text with photos; Photos of personalities of the week include Gilbert Holliday, Frank Hodges, Lt. Col. R. S. Stafford, Arthur G. Pite, Prof. Henry Tonks, Lord Wakehurst, Basil S. Long, Sir Edward Ellington, the Duke of Kent, the grand Duchess of Mecklenburg, the Earl of Athlone; One-page illustrated Egyptian travel ad; and more. Several interior pages loose but present. Name atop front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 16, 1937: Herr Hitler Entertains / Royal Wedding at the Hague

Author Name: Bryant, Arthur; Pycraft, W.P.; 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: 338H0993

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, January (Jan.) 16, 1937: Herr Hitler Entertains / Royal Wedding at the Hague 'Ski Paradise' Austria; Photo of Egypt popular young Monarch King Farouk; Photos of a royal wedding in the Dutch Indies; Photo of the Bavarian Frey brothers being rescued from the Watzmann; Photo of first airmail plane leaving Ratmalana, Ceylon; Photo of Toscanini receiving Orange Grove from grateful Jews after he conducted pioneer concerts in Palestine; Photo of Hitler receiving traditional gift of salt from representatives of the Halle salt mines; One-page photo of Hitler greeting diplomats in Berlin, an occasion at which he assured the French ambassador that Germany had no designs on Spanish Morocco; Book review of "The Conquest Of Morocco", by vice Adm. C. V. Usborne, with photos; One-page pictorial map of the Straits of Gibraltar, looking east - showing Spanish Morocco, the object of alleged German penetration, and possibly to be protected by a Franco-German agreement; Nice one-page photo of Royal wedding at the Hague, showing Princess Juliana and the Prince of the Netherlands in their gold coach driving through the city; Two page photo of crowd in church to witness the royal wedding; Two pages of text and photos describe ingenious tests for German drivers aimed at preventing death on the roads; Two pages of photos of Hellenistic panels in the Al-Aqsa mosque; Centrefold illustration of Britain's two largest battleships, HMS "Nelson" and "Rodney" firing their 16 inch guns at towed targets with deadly precision; Two fascinating pages of text and photos of skull groves on the Burmese border - headhunting trophies for harvest luck; Peking man's food - the first diet records of Pleistocene date - text with photos; Photos of personalities of the week include Gilbert Holliday, Frank Hodges, Lt. Col. R. S. Stafford, Arthur G. Pite, Prof. Henry Tonks, Lord Wakehurst, Basil S. Long, Sir Edward Ellington, the Duke of Kent, the grand Duchess of Mecklenburg, the Earl of Athlone; One-page illustrated Egyptian travel Ad,