The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 14, 1935:

By: Chesterton, G. K.; Et al

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Pages 1077-1116. Features: Cover photo of the five-power conference to negotiate a new international treaty for the limitation of naval armaments; Illustration of the great Finnish composer M. Jean Sibelius on the occasion of his 70th birthday; Page of illustrations of naval cruisers of Britain, Japan, Germany and Italy - a reduction problem for the five-power naval conference; Page of reproductions of archival illustrations of historic precedents for Lord De Clifford's trial; Photos of air raids on Dessie - Italian bonds damaged the palace of the Crown Prince just after the Emperor of Abyssinia had left it to me: Article discusses "What is Electricity?"; Page of illustrations present electricity as a "new servant"of man; Oil - the diplomatic problem of the hour - three pages of photos of the modern oil industry; A unique complex of bronze age Irish ring-forts - new discoveries of unusual interest, at Cush, in the County Limerick; Page of photos of newly found relics of Celtic Ireland in the Bronze Age; a 12th-century Irish reliquary - the shrine of St. Manchan - text and photos; Page of photos of anteaters Map of the present Abyssinian Empire; Two-page illustration of the boiler furnaces of the "Queen Mary" being lit; Photo of rioting in Lahore; Photo of a large band of Sikhs overlooked by mounted police during a pause in their march to Lahore for Shahidi day; One page colour ad says Guinness is good for oysters - good for you; Colour centrefold illustration of the "Silver Jubilee Procession"; Nice colour one-page ad for Craven 'A' cigarettes with Christmas motif; Photos of personalities of the week include: the Oxford and Cambridge rugby teams, E. O. W. Hunt, George A Strasser, his Majesty Haile Selassie, Se?or Manuel Quezon, the Bishop of Salisbury, Lord De Clifford, Thomas Marlowe, C. Hayden Coffin, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester in Ulster with their hostess, Lady Brooke; Photos of survivors of the "Silverhazel" being rescued near the US destroyer "Bulmer"; Photo of the new Commonwealth of the Philippines being inaugurated at the legislative building in Manila; Photo of Signor Mussolini reading a restrained speech in the Italian chamber on the sanctions situation; Photo of saluting Italian war widows and mothers at the unknown warrior's tomb; Photo of Miss Jean Batten's damaged airplane on Araruama Beach, Brazil; Photo of the Wiley Post and Will Rogers aviation beacon recently placed on the George Washington Bridge in New York; Photo of wrecked Belgian airliner in Kent which crashed killing 11; Photos of Sir John Carden and Capt. Jean Schoonbroodt; Photo of Mr. S. V. Appleby crossing the channel in a "Flying flea"; One-page South Africa travel ad features illustration of native Village scene; One-page illustrated ad for Booth's matured dry gin; One page ad for the Vauxhall big six saloon; Review of "Steel of Empire", by John Murray Gibbon; Halfpage illustrated Estorial (Portugal) travel ad; One-page ad promotes Austria as the 'ski paradise'; article discusses economic 'stabilization' and it's difficulties; and more. Centrefold loose but present. Outer advertising pages not included. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 14, 1935:

Author Name: Chesterton, G. K.; Et al

Categories: History, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News: 1935

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 338H1003

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, December (Dec.) 14, 1935: five-power conference to negotiate a new international treaty for the limitation of naval armaments; Illustration of the great Finnish composer M. Jean Sibelius on the occasion of his 70th birthday; Page of illustrations of naval cruisers of Britain, Japan, Germany and Italy - a reduction problem for the five-power naval conference; Page of reproductions of archival illustrations of historic precedents for Lord De Clifford's trial; Photos of air raids on Dessie - Italian bonds damaged the palace of the Crown Prince just after the Emperor of Abyssinia had left it to me: Article discusses "What is Electricity?"; Page of illustrations present electricity as a "new servant"of man; Oil - the diplomatic problem of the hour - three pages of photos of the modern oil industry; A unique complex of bronze age Irish ring-forts - new discoveries of unusual interest, at Cush, in the County Limerick; Page of photos of newly found relics of Celtic Ireland in the Bronze Age; a 12th-century Irish reliquary - the shrine of St. Manchan - text and photos; Page of photos of anteaters Map of the present Abyssinian Empire; Two-page illustration of the boiler furnaces of the "Queen Mary" being lit; Photo of rioting in Lahore; Photo of a large band of Sikhs overlooked by mounted police during a pause in their march to Lahore for Shahidi day; One page colour ad says Guinness is good for oysters - good for you; Colour centrefold illustration of the "Silver Jubilee Procession"; Nice colour one-page ad for Craven 'A' cigarettes with Christmas motif; Photos of personalities of the week include: the Oxford and Cambridge rugby teams, E. O. W. Hunt, George A Strasser, his Majesty Haile Selassie, Señor Manuel Quezon, the Bishop of Salisbury, Lord De Clifford, Thomas Marlowe, C. Hayden Coffin, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester in Ulster with their hostess, Lady Brooke; Photos of survivors of the "Silverhazel" being rescued near the US destroyer "Bulmer"; Photo of the new Commonwealth of the Philippines being inaugurated at the legislative building in Manila; Photo of Signor Mussolini reading a restrained speech in the Italian chamber on the sanctions situation; Photo of saluting Italian war widows and mothers at the unknown warrior's tomb; Photo of Miss Jean Batten's damaged airplane on Araruama Beach, Brazil; Photo of the Wiley Post and Will Rogers aviation beacon recently placed on the George Washington Bridge in New York; Photo of wrecked Belgian airliner in Kent which crashed killing 11; Photos of Sir John Carden and Capt. Jean Schoonbroodt; Photo of Mr. S. V. Appleby crossing the channel in a "Flying flea"; One-page South Africa travel ad features illustration of native Village scene; One-page illustrated ad for Booth's matured dry gin; One page ad for the Vauxhall big six saloon; Review of "Steel of Empire", by John Murray Gibbon; Halfpage illustrated Estorial (Portugal) travel ad; One-page ad promotes Austria as the 'ski paradise'; article discusses economic 'stabilization',