1941 WW2 Magazine RAF Burma Sqd Ldr Stanford-Tuck LIBYA India WAR (3800)
RAF Burma Squadron KEREN ERITREA Devastation Around St Pauls MILITARY PARADE PENNSYLVANIA AVE WASHINGTON USA Greek Army TURKISH ARMY
A magazine detailing events in the First World War
Libya: Lieutenant General Henry Maitland Wilson, CinC Cyrenaica, Inspecting a Tripolitan Camel Corps - full page (fp).
General Papagos Greek CinC.
An American Pilot Who Flies for Britain - front cover
Larissa, Greece: Houses Destroyed By Italian Bombs After The Earthquake.
Small Map: Showing Italian Offensive Along Albania, Greece Border.
The Greek Lines:
Staff at Regimental Office Censoring Letters Home.
The Greeks Tending Wounded in Albania.
Greek Soldier in Albania Arctic Conditions.
Greek Women Carrying Heavy Boxes of Ammunition Over a Mountain.
Strategical Map of Wartime Europe - Shows areas under control of beligerent powers; and Britain and Allies.
RAF Burma Squadron :
Squadron Leader Stanford with Some Officers of His Squadron
A Burmese Officer with Sqd. Ldr Stanford-Tuck Overhauling an Amunition Belt o a Hurricaine.
Sqd. Ldr and Another Doing a Final Check Up of Equipment of One of the Hurricanes.
Ground Staff at Work on the Special Wire Netting Which Helps Take Offs.
Turkish Army: Column of Lorries with Anti Aircraft Guns.
A Turkish Officer Using a Range Finder.
Turkish Motor Cycle unit Moving Off wiht Three men to a Motor Bike and Side Car.
Turkish Infantry Battalion on Manoeuvres with Their National Flag.
Small Map: Capture of Berbera in Abyssinia.
Italians Hoisting Their Flag over the Fort at Berbera in 1940.
Keren, Eritrea: Aerial View of A Scene During A Bombing Attack - fp.
Ships in Convoy off the British Coast.
A Messerschmitt 110 Dropping Bombs on a Convoy.
Officers on Deck with Some of the Debris.
A Line of Destroyers; in the Foreground a Ship's Crew Working on Deck.
Admiral Sir Percy Noble CinC Western Approaches
Aerial View of The Bomb Damage in The Streets Around St Pauls Cathedral, London After Germans Dropped bombs on 29 Dec 1940 - double page with a smaller picture showing the before view.
Invasion Practice Showing Scenes during the Realistic Exercise - fp; showing x4pics.
British Invasion Barges x2
An Invasion Barge in the Lofoten Islands After the Raid; loading up with Troops and Norwegian Refugees.
Mister Roosevelt Delivering His inaugural Address .
Washington USA: A Military Parade with Tanks Passing Along Pennsylvania Avenue with the Capital in the Distance - fp
Small Map of Thailand and French Indo China. reive
Admiral Decoux Gob, Gen. of French Indo China with
Japanese Vice War Minister in 1911.
India's War Effort:
Maharajah of Patiala at a Ceremony to Bless the Members of The Yadavindra Infantry BeforeGoing on Active Service.
The St John Ambulance Nursing Division Work Party at Lahore
Indian Troops in Britain: Men of the RIASC with Sabres
The Duke of Devonshire Reviewing Indian Naval Ratings in Scotland.
Mr L. S. Amery Sec. of State for India Inspects Troops at Aldershot.
Gas Masks for Horses - demonstrated at the Royal Veterinary College London. Miel
Civilian Helmets Being Made for Fire Fighters. Sleekburnc.
Anti Aircraft Gunner Officer Addressing Workers of a Munitions Factory - hp.
Hitler Addressing Workers in the Borsig Works, Berlin - hp.
Night Fighter Pilots Wearing Full Equipment.
Wireless Operator in a Vickers Wellesley Bomber.
Balloon Barrages: Photograph Taken From an RAF Patrol Boat; A Lewis Gun in the Foreground.
Crew of A Night Bomber Next to Their Aircraft.
The Greeks Smashed the Italian Hordes.
Turkey and her Army
Union Jack Flies Over Berbera.
America the Arsenal of Democracy: President Roosevelt's Declaration of Utmost Aid for Britain.
Japan and The Thailand Drama
Eye Witness Accounts:
I Had Breakfast with Our RAF Night Fighters.
We Kept Our Ballon Up in the Channel - an RAF balloon barage vessel.
Our Wireless Operator Read A Thriller Over Germany. Sleekburnc.0404
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It measures 285mmx220mm (11.25 x 8.5 inches) approx. The staples are rusty. There is age yellowing and spotting/foxing and some marking. There are some creases, wear etc. to corners. There are handling marks to the edges. The photographic images, sketches etc. vary in size.
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