The Illustrated London News, Saturday, January [Jan.] 18,1941 - Passing of Lord Baden-Powlell, Founder and Chief Scout of the World-Wide Boy Scout Movement

By: Bryant, Arthur; et al

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32 pages. Features: Photos of Churchill inspecting American mechanized squadron of the home guard; One page illustration of Lord Baden-Powell who passed away January 8th; Two pages of illustrations of badges and devices of various squadrons; Two-page illustration of America's colossal sea power; Five photos of the Blackburn 'Botha', our new general reconaissance plane; The War with Nazi Germany - article discusses the victories in North Africa; Two pages of photos relating to the fall of the Italian 'Bastion' of Bardia on January 5; Five photos of Free French forces battling at Bardia; Six photos of the trail of Italian flight from Bardia; Two-page illustration of the Bangalore Torpedo in use - it was successfully used against the barbed wire defenses of Bardia; Photo of General Smuts inspecting his South African Army in Kenya; Five photos of scenes of Greek successes; Before and after photos of Wren glories after fire attack on London; Photos of the personalities of the week include Joan Hearn-Avis, Captain H.J. Horsey, James Joyce (who died on Jan. 13th), Sir Lohn Lavery, Sir Archibald Sinclair, Alan Cunningham, Frank Bridge, Sir Henry Steele, Edward Colin Ryder Richardson, Ubaldo Soddu, William D. Leahy, and Sir Frank Spencer Spriggs; and more. Staples disintegrated. Unmarked with above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy of this important wartime issue.

Title: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, January [Jan.] 18,1941 - Passing of Lord Baden-Powlell, Founder and Chief Scout of the World-Wide Boy Scout Movement

Author Name: Bryant, Arthur; et al

Categories: Military, History, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. The Illustrated London News, 30 January: 1941

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 143H3375

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, January [Jan.] 18, 1941 - Passing of Lord Baden-Powlell, Founder and Chief Scout of the World-Wide Boy Scout Movement Boy Scouts Churchill inspecting American mechanized squadron of the home guard; One page illustration of Lord Baden-Powell who passed away January 8th; Two pages of illustrations of badges and devices of various squadrons; Two-page illustration of America's colossal sea power; Five photos of the Blackburn 'Botha', our new general reconaissance plane; The War with Nazi Germany - article discusses the victories in North Africa; Two pages of photos relating to the fall of the Italian 'Bastion' of Bardia on January 5; Five photos of Free French forces battling at Bardia; Six photos of the trail of Italian flight from Bardia; Two-page illustration of the Bangalore Torpedo in use - it was successfully used against the barbed wire defenses of Bardia; Photo of General Smuts inspecting his South African Army in Kenya; Five photos of scenes of Greek successes; Before and after photos of Wren glories after fire attack on London; Photos of the personalities of the week include Joan Hearn-Avis, Captain H.J. Horsey, James Joyce (who died on Jan. 13th), Sir Lohn Lavery, Sir Archibald Sinclair, Alan Cunningham, Frank Bridge, Sir Henry Steele, Edward Colin Ryder Richardson, Ubaldo Soddu, William D. Leahy, and Sir Frank Spencer Spriggs;,