The Illustrated London News (ILN), January (Jan.) 27, 1945 - The Great Russian Offensive / Massacred U.S. Prisoners Found Near Malmedy

By: Bryant, Arthur; et al

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Pages 85-110. Features : Cover portrait of Stalin; One-page map of the main combat areas of the great Russian Offensive on their way to the Reich; Two-page photo spread of photos of Polish and other milestone cities, mixed with photos of Russian leaders General Petrov, Marshal Rokossovsky, Marshal Koniev, Marshal Zhukov, Marshal Tolbukhin, and Marshal Malinovsky; Book review of "Things Past" by Michael Sadleir, including photo of author; Three pictures of the Russian offensive, including Marshal Rokossovsky with Marshal Zhukov, a super-heavy Josef Stalin tank fording a river, and self-propelled guns in action; Article entitled "The Winter Campaign of the Red Army"; Three photos from Belguim where Germans captured a short Allied convoy at Five Corners near Baugnez, took 150 U.S. prisoners, including Red Cross men, and machine-gunned them in a field; Two pages of great photos of the British Second Army advancing north of Sittard into the Roer Salient; Five photos of the U.S. 7th Army on the Alsace Front - Battle Scenes; Five photos from Houffalize - where two U.S. armies blunted the German salient; Excellent centerfold illustration of the making of a "Mulberry", a concrete caisson of the prefabricated harbour towed to Normandy; The Ware in Burma - six photos with General Festing's gallant 36th Division; Five photos in Burma - scenes at the capture of the Port of Akyab; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir Buckston Browne, Sir Harold Burrough, FDR being sworn in, Maj.-Gen. R.N. Gale, The Earl of Gowrie, V.C., Dr. James Hall, Sir Henry Gauvain, V.A.C. Crutchley, V.C., The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and their sons; Photo of the coronation of the Maharajah of Manipur; Aerial photos of bomb craters near the Mittelland Canal; Photo of mourning Belgians at Bande saying farewell to 34 young men shot in cold blood by the Germans; Photo of Captain Muller negotiating with American and French officers at St. Nazaire; Last scenes of fighting from Greece - where Archbishop is proclaimed; Two pages of illustrations of the Fleet Air Arm Squadron's Heraldic Badges; Eight photos of Australia's horrific "Dust-Bowl"; nostalgic ads; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. Coverfold taped. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News (ILN), January (Jan.) 27, 1945 - The Great Russian Offensive / Massacred U.S. Prisoners Found Near Malmedy

Author Name: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Categories: History, Magazine Back Issues, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd.: 1945

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 417H2702

Keywords: The Illustrated London News (ILN), January (Jan.) 27, 1945 - The Great Russian Offensive / Massacred U.S. Prisoners Found Near Malmedy portrait of Stalin; One-page map of the main combat areas of the great Russian Offensive on their way to the Reich; Two-page photo spread of photos of Polish and other milestone cities, mixed with photos of Russian leaders General Petrov, Marshal Rokossovsky, Marshal Koniev, Marshal Zhukov, Marshal Tolbukhin, and Marshal Malinovsky; Book review of "Things Past" by Michael Sadleir, including photo of author; Three pictures of the Russian offensive, including Marshal Rokossovsky with Marshal Zhukov, a super-heavy Josef Stalin tank fording a river, and self-propelled guns in action; Article entitled "The Winter Campaign of the Red Army"; Three photos from Belguim where Germans captured a short Allied convoy at Five Corners near Baugnez, took 150 U.S. prisoners, including Red Cross men, and machine-gunned them in a field; Two pages of great photos of the British Second Army advancing north of Sittard into the Roer Salient; Five photos of the U.S. 7th Army on the Alsace Front - Battle Scenes; Five photos from Houffalize - where two U.S. armies blunted the German salient; Excellent centerfold illustration of the making of a "Mulberry", a concrete caisson of the prefabricated harbour towed to Normandy; The Ware in Burma - six photos with General Festing's gallant 36th Division; Five photos in Burma - scenes at the capture of the Port of Akyab; Photos of personalities of the week include Sir Buckston Browne, Sir Harold Burrough, FDR being sworn in, Maj.-Gen. R.N. Gale, The Earl of Gowrie, V.C., Dr. James Hall, Sir Henry Gauvain, V.A.C. Crutchley, V.C., The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and their sons; Photo of the coronation of the Maharajah of Manipur; Aerial photos of bomb craters near the Mittelland Canal; Photo of mourning Belgians at Bande saying farewell to 34 young men shot in cold blood by the Germans; Photo of Captain Muller negotiating with American and French officers at St. Nazaire; Last scenes of fighting from Greece - where Archbishop is proclaimed; Two pages of illustrations of the Fleet Air Arm Squadron's Heraldic Badges; Eight photos of Australia's horrific "Dust-Bowl,