1941 WW2 Magazine WRENS Lindsay Merritt Inglis RUSSIA RED ARMY Syria WAR (7900)
WW2 Ukraine KIEV Russia SYRIA Eastern Front Baltic States Map RAF ROLL OF HONOUR Red Army Soviet WRENS
Detailing Events in the 2nd World War
' The Kings Badge for Officers and Men Invalided From the Services '
' King peter of Yugoslavia with the Duke of Kent '
' For the Use of Fire Brigades - Selected Basements of Bomb Wrecked Buildings are Cemented and Turned into Reservoirs ' men filling upa basement with hoses of water
' Chiang Kai Shek the Generalissimo of China '
Russia and the War:
' Russian Soldiers Under Review on the Red Square in Moscow ' full page photograph by Planet News taken from above - front cover
' Map - Soviet Russia Showing its Vast Extent in Europe and Asia '
' A Russian Newsvendor in a Moscow Street '
' Peasants at Work in a Corn Field of the Ukraine Soon to be Deluged in Blood by the Enemy '
' Postage Stamp Bearing President Kalinin '
' Brest-Litovsk Fell to the Germans - A Russian Armoured Car Pulling Up at the Steps of a Building ' - info Brest, Belarus
' Tallinn Harbour Estonia ' aerial view reporting on the bombing by Nazis , view before
' Constanza in Romania - The Largest Oil Port in Europe Now in German Hands ' two men standing on the dockside - info Constanta
' Kiev - The Industrial Quarter of Podol on the River Dnieper ' men, women and a child, leaning on a fence above the harbour admiring the view
The Wrens - Womens Royal Naval Service:
' A WRNS Dispatch Rider on a Motor Bike '
' An Officer Taking the Salute Beside the Figurehead of Queen Victoria at the Naval Training College '
' WRNS Knitting While Resting in Hammocks in an Air Raid Shelter at a Naval College '
' The Duchess of Kent Director of WRNS - Mrs V. Laughton Mathews one of the Original Wrens of the Las War Talking to the Duchess ' with others - the women were wearing tropical uniform
' Wren Issueing New Boots to a Sailor '
' In London's Guildhall - Electing the Sheriffs for the Coming Year Under the Temporary Roof After a German Bombing Raid ' full page
' Brigadier L. M. Inglis a New Zealand Officer Who Took Part in the Crete Fighting ' - info Lindsay Merritt Inglis
' British Soldiers with Fixed Bayonets in a Trench In Crete '
' German Soldier and a Romanian Sailor on Guard Duty by the Black Sea'
' Field Marshal List the German Blitzkrieg Expert '
' General Von Reichenau Commander of the Middle Sector '
' General Von Falkenhorst - Commander in the northern Sector '
' Map - The Eastern Front Showing the German Lines Through the Baltic States towards Leningrad ' specially drawn by Felix Gardon - map showing: Norway - Petsamo - Murmansk - Stockholm - Finland - Helsinki - Karelian Isthmus - Tallinn - Danzig - Reive - Riga - Grodno - Smolensk - Moscow - Belgrade - Bessarabia - Odessa - Constanza - etc
' Marshal Timoshenko Soviet Commissar fort Defence '
' Stalin the Dictator of Russia - Joseph Vissarionovich Jugashvili '
' Marshal S. Budenny - First Deputy People's Commissar for Defence ' - info Semyon Budyonny
' Marshal Klim Voroshilov '
' Lieutenant General of Aviation Pavel Vasilievich Richagov and Leader of Soviet Air Force '
' Admiral N. Kuznetsov Chief Commissar for Soviet naval Affairs aged 39 ' - info Nikolay Gerasimovich Kuznetsov
Centre double page:
' The Red Army Troops on Parade in Front of the Kremlin '
' Russian Tanks on the Move '
' Russian Destroyers in the Black Sea '
' Russia's Air Force Dropping a Mass Parachute Descent from Russian Planes '
This page has rusty staple witness marks to central fold
General de Gaull's Men on the Syrian Front - full page:
' Palmnyra Attacked by Allied Forces '
' Colonel Collet Talking to Some of the CIrcassian Cavalry Who Came With Him - Moslems Wearing the Regimental Sign on One of Their Vehicles and On the Shirt of the Driver '
' Light Tanks Photographed in Palestine While Preparing for the Syrian Advance '
' Free French Troops in Palestine on the Eve of the Campaign ' on a lorry etc
' The GWR S.S. St. Patrick the Cross Channel Steamer Which Was Dive Bombed and Sunk ' before the attack
' Aircrew Testing A Twin Browning Machine Gun in the Rear Cockpit of a Lysander '
' Container With Food and Supplies for a Party of Stranded Troops Being Fitted to the Stub Wing of a Lysander '
' The Westland Lysander Two Seater Monoplane - The Crew Outside the Plane Before Take Off '
' The Workshops of Britain - Government Women Trainees Receiving Instruction, A Lecture on the Use of Measuring Instruments '
Women in a General Fitting Shop at a Ministry of Labour Centre in the Midlands '
Derby Day - Petrol Shortages! - Full page:
' Owners of Of All These Cars Have Used Precious Petrol to Go to "The Derby" ..'
' Congestion on the Roads Leading to the Derby Venue '
' RAF Security Police Testing Petro in the Tank of a Car Driven Miel by An RAF Officer '
' Column of Lorry Drawn Tanks Held Up by Derby Traffic '
People Who Have Received Honours - Full page:
' Captain D. E. Rees OBE - Merchant Navy '
' Captain W. W. Watson of Wallasey OBE '
' Petty Officer Michael Payton MBE '
' 3rd Engineer W. Walker of Grimsby MBE '
' Flight Lieutenant J. E. McFall DFC - For Reconnaissance work in Libya '
' Air Commodore L. H. Slatter OBE DSO DFC now CB ' - info Leonard Horatio Slatter
' Flying Officer C. H. Upton DFC ' c.keenlyside.
' Flying Officer G. K. Larney DFC 75 NZ Squadron '
' Flying Officer A. F. Weller DFC - At Benina '
' Sergeant Observer P. Hudson DFM '
' Flying Officer J. Cook DFC - Battle of Britain '
' Pilot Officer O. E. WIltshear DFC '
' Pilot Officer C. R. Brown DFC '
' Flying Officer W. D. B. Ruth DFC '
' Flying Officer M. H. Young DFC of Gloucester '
' Flying Officer G. E. Weston DFC of New Zealand - For Operations at Brest Docks '
' Dr M. Manson GM of Wood Green - Saved Lives of People Trapped in a Tunnel '
' Nurse M. E. Perkins GM - For Actions During the Raids on Coventry '
' Nurse M. S. J. Newman GM - Courage During a Raid on Southampton '
' Nurse V. Howell BEM for Rescuing a Patient at Hendon '
' F. D. Murphy MB now OBE of Fulham Hospital '
' Dr M. Kamill GM of Clayponds Emergency Hospital '
' MR H. Sweetland GM of Deptford '
' Mr Alfred Hobdell BEM of the LMS - For Rescueing Horses From a Burning Stable '
' Mr Henry Hobdell (Alfreds Father) BEM for Gallantry as Above '
' Mr Arthur Paxton BEM - For Assisting the Hobdells '
' Mr J. Reynolds BEM of the ARP - Rescuing People from a Bombed Building in the Midlands '
' Mr S. Stillwell MBE an AFS Messenger - For Devotion to Duty in a London Raid '
' Lieutenant H. R. B. Janvrin RN DSC - For Actions on The Italian Fleet at Taranto '
' Fred Rusby DSM of Harwich - For Operating Ships Gun Against Nazi Aircraft at Dunkirk '
' Captain W. H. Dawson MBE - Gallantry and Devotion to Duty '
' Lieutenant H. B. Gordon MBE - For Skill and Courage'
Plus four engraving type illustrations of The Order of the British Empire - British Empire Medal - Distinguished Service Cross - Distinguished Service Medal
' A Havoc DB7 Night Fighter on Its Way Back to the Base After a German Raid ' a U.S. plane
' Trying Out the Guns on a DB7 Night Fighter an American All Metal High Wing Monoplane '
' A Land Girl with Her Comrades Talckling a Herd Of Sheep '
' Members of the Crew of the American Tanker Charles Pratt Who Were Torpedoed off Africa, Watch a Lifeboat Set Sail With Survivors '
' Air Raid Warden Harryt Bird Who Won the Empire Medal for Helping Save Lives Duing a Raid at Clapham London '
' PC James Brown Who Assisted Warden Bird Also Awarded the British Empire Medal '
' Sir Stafford Cripps '
University of Rochester, New York Conferrs the Hon. Degree on Mister Winston Churchill by Short Wave Radio - with mention of Professor Valentine - Mr Roosevelt
Anti Axis Moves in America - with mention of President Roosevelt - Freezing of all German and Italian Assets in USA - German Embassy and Consular - etc
King Peter II of Yugoslavia Arrives in England
The Turkish Treaty with Berlin - with mentionof Papen the German Ambassador - Sarajoglu the Turkish Foreign Minister - etc
China Enters Her Fifth Year of War - Full page by Royston Pike
List of Air Attacks on German Cities
Germany's Attack on Russia - Now a Powerful Associate in the War Against Hiterler 's Germany - Full page
The WRNS or WRENS Sleekburnc.
Anzac Brigadier Called to London to Advise the Cabinet and General Staff on the Lessons of the Campaign in Crete - Brigadier L. M. Inglis of New Zealand - Full page
The Armies of Russia and Germany Now at War on a Vast Fron Along 1800 Miles... - Full page
Fighting Along the Baltic Sea Down to the Black Sea - full page
Vichy Troops in Syria - Double page with text and images
The GWR Cross Channel Steamer St Patrick Which was Bombed with 89 Crew and Passengers on Board
The Workshops of the Home Front - Government Training Centre for Men and Women
The American Aircrafdt the American Douglas Boston 7 or DB-7 Havoc in Use by Fighter Pilots of the RAF - An Account by a Flying Officer on his encounter with a German Heinkel 111 in the neighbourhood of Brussels
The Womens Land Army and The Land Girl - an account by a raw land army recruit and her encounter with "Evacuees" in the form of sheep
Attack by German Bombers on the British Mediterranean Fleet off Crete - An Eyewitness account of the battle by officers on board British warships
Survivors from a British Ship sunk by a German raider in the Atlantic, the American tanker Charles Pratt - Told by an Indian traveller Anil Chandra Mitra
Clapham in London - We Saved People from Bombs and Floods - an account by AR Warden Harry Bird and PC James Brown
A Prayer for the People in Invasion - by E. A. Gibbons-Pole - A Poet of the War - eight lines
List of Abbreviations Used by the Navy - From A to W
Editorial - with mention of The Archbishop of Canterbury and "No Retaliation" for London, Liverpool, Coventry, Belfast etc - - Mr Bevin - - Miss Jacqueline Cochran ( Mrs Odlum an American lady ) and a Radio Broadcast - - etc
It measures 285mmx220mm (11.25 x 8.5 inches) approx. This magazine is an original and used issue. Not printed on the best of quality paper, but it more than makes up for this in terms of written content with many images. There is age yellowing and spotting/foxing and some marking. The staples are rusty (I have removed them) leaving witness marks. There are some creases etc to corners. Small tear to top of spine. There are a few curls and handling marks to the edges. The photos, sketches etc. vary in size. PLEASE NOTE :- I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there are no pages missing, so if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. If you require information on size of articles (i.e. number of words), sizes of images, please ask before bidding or buying.
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