The Illustrated London News, January (Jan) 13, 1940 - British Maginot Section Under Fire / The Grim War in Finland

By: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Price: $299.95

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Book Condition: Good


Pages 33-64 plus advertorial covers. Features: Cover photo of snow-covered R.A.F. Aerodrome - showing airman and plane in trees- somewhere in France; Photos of treasures of the tomb of Pharaoh Sheshonk, at Tanis; Two drawings of the British Maginot Sector under fire; Two-page illustration of Scottish troops taking over in the Maginot Line; Two-page panoramic map of the heavily fortified coastline of north-western Germany; Photos of incoming and outgoing cabinet ministers Leslie Hore-Belisha, Oliver Stanley, Andrew Rae Duncan, and John Reith; Page of six photos showing Finnish medical services and staff at work in the Arctic cold; Page of five photos showing Finnish soldiers with tanks, guns and transport taken from the Soviets; The War with Nazi Germany - The Defense of Finland (article and photos); Ten winter photos from the Western Front, French sector, including the B.E.F. (British Expeditionary Forces); Centrefold illustration of "The Aerial Gun-Power of Britain, France and Germany - The Armament of the Bombers and Fighters Now in Action"; Four German aerial photos of "Brutal Attack on a Trawler" in the North Sea; Two detailed German air photos of the Maginot Line - showing Mourmelon and defensive lines; Book review of "Experiments in Civilisation" by H. Ian Hogbin; Photos of Cairo police training for riots; Photos of Rome under snow; Photo of Brazillians honouring the memory of their last Emperor, Pedro II, and his consort; Photos of interned German sailors of the "Admiral Graf Spee" in Buenos Aires; Two photos of destruction in Rome's San Lorenzo in Damaso; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir C.S. Burnett, Malcolm Morrison, Marie Therese Dickens, Dr. G.R. Eden, Humbert Wolfe, King Carol and Crown Prince Michael of Rumania, Lord and Lady Linlithgow in Calcutta, and Sir John Herbert and his wife in Calcutta; Illustrations of "Kilted Highlanders Resting in Their Billet" and "Signals at Work"; Illustrated page of statistics indicating "Germany's Desperate Oil Situation"; Two pages of photos of Hatfield House being used as a military hospital; Two page of photos of 6th-century Badami murals in India; Photo of Captain Hans Langsdorff, his funeral cortege being saluted by Buenos Aires' Nazi colony, and crew members of the Graf Spee being boated to internment. Average wear. Spine taped. A sound vintage WWII-era copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, January (Jan) 13, 1940 - British Maginot Section Under Fire / The Grim War in Finland

Author Name: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Categories: History, Magazine Back Issues, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd.: 1940

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 417H2685

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, January (Jan) 13, 1940 - British Maginot Section Under Fire tomb of Pharaoh Sheshonk, at Tanis; Two drawings of the British Maginot Sector under fire; Two-page illustration of Scottish troops taking over in the Maginot Line; Two-page panoramic map of the heavily fortified coastline of north-western Germany; Photos of incoming and outgoing cabinet ministers Leslie Hore-Belisha, Oliver Stanley, Andrew Rae Duncan, and John Reith; Page of six photos showing Finnish medical services and staff at work in the Arctic cold; Page of five photos showing Finnish soldiers with tanks, guns and transport taken from the Soviets; The War with Nazi Germany - The Defense of Finland (article and photos); Ten winter photos from the Western Front, French sector, including the B.E.F. (British Expeditionary Forces); Centrefold illustration of "The Aerial Gun-Power of Britain, France and Germany - The Armament of the Bombers and Fighters Now in Action"; Four German aerial photos of "Brutal Attack on a Trawler" in the North Sea; Two detailed German air photos of the Maginot Line - showing Mourmelon and defensive lines; Book review of "Experiments in Civilisation" by H. Ian Hogbin; Photos of Cairo police training for riots; Photos of Rome under snow; Photo of Brazillians honouring the memory of their last Emperor, Pedro II, and his consort; Photos of interned German sailors of the "Admiral Graf Spee" in Buenos Aires; Two photos of destruction in Rome's San Lorenzo in Damaso; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir C.S. Burnett, Malcolm Morrison, Marie Therese Dickens, Dr. G.R. Eden, Humbert Wolfe, King Carol and Crown Prince Michael of Rumania, Lord and Lady Linlithgow in Calcutta, and Sir John Herbert and his wife in Calcutta; Illustrations of "Kilted Highlanders Resting in Their Billet" and "Signals at Work"; Illustrated page of statistics indicating "Germany's Desperate Oil Situation"; Two pages of photos of Hatfield House being used as a military hospital; Two page of photos of 6th-century Badami murals in India; Photo of Captain Hans Langsdorff, his funeral cortege being saluted by Buenos Aires' Nazi colony, and crew members of the Graf Spee,