The Illustrated London News, June 24, 1933: Mysterious Royal Tomb of the Byzantine-Nubian Period

By: Chesterton, G.K.; Et al

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Pages 919- 950. Features: Cover photo of magnificent jewel encrusted silver crown found in mysterious Royal tomb; Four pages of photos and text describe treasure from intact tombs of mysterious Nubian kings; One-page photo portrait of the Austrian Chancellor ("Little Napoleon") of his country, Dr. Dollfuss, sworn enemy of Nazis, in a London garden; photos of personalities of the week include Austrian diplomat Dr. Wasserbach, Miss Freya Stark, Dr. Habicht (Nazi state inspector for Austria), Sir Edward Grigg, Sir A. W. Renton, Prof. Raymond Moley, Sir Ernest Moir, and King Feisal of Iraq with King George in London; Two pages of illustrations explain modern air war training; Two pages of photos of Corpus Christi procession around the little island of Frauen-Insel, in the Chiemsee, some 40 miles from Munich; Two pages of text and photos describe South Africa's new London headquarters; Article on Brachiopids; Illustrated article explains the light of the sun at midnight; Photos of prize horses "Brown Jack" and "Limelight; Photo of the Sino-Japanese Armistice, Lieut. Gen. Nishi accepting the armistice proposals from a Chinese envoy; One-page ad for the new Vauxhall Light Six; and more. Centre page loose but present. Outer advertising pages not included. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, June 24, 1933: Mysterious Royal Tomb of the Byzantine-Nubian Period

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

Categories: History, Magazine Back Issues, Aviation,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News: 1933

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 338H1007

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, June 24, 1933: silver crown found in mysterious Royal tomb; Four pages of photos and text describe treasure from intact tombs of mysterious Nubian kings; One-page photo portrait of the Austrian Chancellor ("Little Napoleon") of his country, Dr. Dollfuss, sworn enemy of Nazis, in a London garden; photos of personalities of the week include Austrian diplomat Dr. Wasserbach, Miss Freya Stark, Dr. Habicht (Nazi state inspector for Austria), Sir Edward Grigg, Sir A. W. Renton, Prof. Raymond Moley, Sir Ernest Moir, and King Feisal of Iraq with King George in London; Two pages of illustrations explain modern air war training; Two pages of photos of Corpus Christi procession around the little island of Frauen-Insel, in the Chiemsee, some 40 miles from Munich; Two pages of text and photos describe South Africa's new London headquarters; Article on Brachiopids; Illustrated article explains the light of the sun at midnight; Photos of prize horses "Brown Jack" and "Limelight; Photo of the Sino-Japanese Armistice, Lieut. Gen. Nishi accepting the armistice proposals from a Chinese envoy; One-page ad for the new Vauxhall Light Six;,