CORDELL HULL Sir John Anderson MANIPUR ROAD CAMPAIGN INDIA Human Torpedo RN Chariot GENERAL TOLBUKHIN UKRAINE FRONT Crimea Map RAF SPITFIRE MKXII AND MOSQUITO MK IV Air Warfare ITALIAN CAMPAIGNS Rorqual Class Mine Laying Submarine Diagram BOMBER COMMAND MINE LAYING
Original WW2 Vintage Newspaper
15 pages (30 sides).
Mr Cordell Hull American Secretary of State Posing for His Bust to Mr Bryant Baker the Sculptor - full page (fp) frontispiece.
Illustrated London News 100Years Ago: Caldeira in the Azores; Landing Place at Angra, Terceira, Azores - x2 pics from old engravings; with quotations.
The Right Hon. Sir John Anderson MP Chancellor of the Exchequer - fp photograph.
Double page (dp) titled Tha Manipur Road Invaded by the Japs: The Sole Link With India. The Campaign in Manipur with Some Scenes and Strange Monuments - x13pics:
Gradient Diagram of the Manipur Road From Dimapur to Imphal.
Looking Down on the Military Cantonments of Kohima, Garrison of The 4th Assam Rifles.
The Look Out of a Naga Village: Two European Women Standing on the Crazy, Slanting Structure with Views of the Mountainous Country.
A Naga Homestead.
Imphal: The Old Palace Gateway of a Former Maharajah Who Murdered All Europeans in 1891.
The Manipur Sate Dak Bungalow at Imphal Reserved for Use of European Travellers - woman standing at the gate of the bungalow
Mao Chieftains or Headmen.
Map: Japanese Moving to Infiltrate to the Assam-Bengal Railway, Cut the Manipur Road and Envelop Imphal.
Section of the Manipur Rd at Kohima.
Pallic Monument at Dimapur Necropolis.
Turret of the Ruined Palace of Assam Kings.
A Queens Megalithic Monument miel in Dimapur Necropolis.
Nagas People at Work on the Road near Sakhuni in the Naga Hills
Personalities of the Week page - x11pics:
UK: Mister Edward Stettinius the US Under Secretary of State.
General Macarthur CinC SW Pacific Receiving reive the Insignia of the GCB from Lord Gowrie.
General Joseph Koenig French Military Liaison Officer for Noprthern France Zone.
Lord Catto - info. Thomas Sivewright Catto.
Lt Commander Roy Baker-Faulkner Who Led the Barracuda Attack on the German Battleship Tirpitz in Alten Fjord.
Hugh Cecil Lowther, Lord Lonsdale, Who Died at His Home Stud House, Rutland.
Maharajah of Kashmir Who has Arrived In London.
William Percival Crozier British Journalist and Editor.
Sir Firoz Khan Noon.
General N. F. Vatutin the Russian Commander Who Has Died at Kiev.
H.E. Bechara el Khoury President of the Lebanese Republic.
Navy Human Torpedoes - fp showing x6pics:
Two Crew Men Riding Astride the Craft.
Head on View of a Human Torpedo Showing the Protective Breakwater Nose. Info. nicknamed Chariots by the Royal Navy.
Human Torpedo Officer (frogman) in the Sladen Suit Which Enables Him to Travel Underwater.
Three Human Torpedo Men Who Have Been Decorated for Attacks on Enemy Shipping: Lieut. R. T. G. Greenland of East Bergholt, Suffolk - S/Lieut. R. G. Dove of Wallington, Surrey - Leading Signalman A. Ferrier of Elgin, Scotland.
Sebastopol After the Russians Evacuated in 1942.
View of the Port of Sebastopol.
Yalta the Other Crimean Port Captured.
Fp titled General Malinovsky Retakes Odessa showing x6photos:
Soviet Soldiers Who had Lived in The Catacombs, Marching Through the Streets.
Red Flag Being Unfurled on the Balcony of the Lunacharsky Theatre.
Railway Yards: Rolling Stock and Automobiles Abandoned by The Enemy IN Their Hurry to Escape.
Railway Trucks Piled Up With German Equipment Left Behind.
Visible Proof of the German Panicky Retreat: Tanks Filled with Oil Left Behind.
Natives of Odessa Tear Down an Enemy Offence Post.
Full page pictorial map titled Russia's Hurrican Renconquest of the Crimea - a wonderful full page pictorial map drawn by G. H. DAvis of the Crimea Peninsula. It shows various principal towns, communications, railways, mountains etc incl: Cape Khersonese 0 Sebastopol - Balaklava - Yalt - Aithoka - Kaffa Bay - Kerch - Akhoz - Arabat Bay - Tonge of Arabat - Sivash Sea - Glenichesk - Kumelee - Peredop - Maslovka - Kartkazak - Kipchak Bay - Lake Sasik - Kontugan - Okta Ablan - B. Onlar - Steppes - Kamelchi - Vladislovovka - Simferopol - and much more.
General Tolbukhin Victor of Taganrog etc: CinC of Fourth Ukrainian Army Who Made Preparations to Sweep the Crimea - fp from a portrait painting by Professor Arthur Pan (signed). Info. Fyodor Tolbukhin
The Thames Frontage at Londong Bridge 1920 and Some City Churches by Sir Christopher Wren - from a Drawing by Sydney R. Jones.
Radcot Bridge form a Drawing by Sydney R. Jones from His Book Thames Trumphant.
Mr Sydney R. Jones.
King George VI In Uniform of Admiral of the Fleet - fp colour photo by Cecil Beaton.
Princess Elizabeth Wearing Her First Evening Frock - dp colour photo by Hon. M. W. Elphinstone to celebrate her coming of age.
Princess Elizabeth with Her Pet Corgi Dog Crackers - fp colour
Princess Elizabeth Pictured in Every Year of Her Life - fp showing x18 photos from 1926-43 including a painting, by John St Helier Lander, of Queen Elizabeth with Princess Elizabeth in 1926 as a baby.
The War in the Air - dp showing x10photos:
Japanese Aerial Bomb Aimed at US Aircraft on Pacific Bombing Mission.
Kiel Russia: Two Canister of Allied Incendiary Bombs Falling on the City; Shows One as It Opens.
Ninth US Air Force: Fleet of 350 Marauders Head Out Across the North Sea to Bomb German E-Boat Pens at Ijmuiden Holland.
Incendiary Bomb Dropped by US Aircraft Scatters Burning Phosphorus Over a Japanese Airfield at Rabaul.
German Scarecrow Flare Burstin over Magdeburg.
Mark XII Spitfire.
Underside View of the New Spitfire in a Vertical Bank Turn.
Mark XII Spitfire Among Clouds.
Latest Mark IV VERsion of the Mosquito - RAF men loading the aircraft with 4000lb bomb.
RAF Armourers Hoisting the Block Buster Bomb into the Bomb Bay of the Mosquito.
Behind the Allied Lines in Italy - fp shwoing x7photos:
Remains of a German Mark IV Tank with Three Spring Lambs Standing Next to It.
Naples: A Ship Capsized in the Harbour by the Departing Germans and Now Used as a Jetting for Allied Cargoes.
Instructor of 5th Army School of Mountain Warfare Demonstrating How a 4•2 Mortar Barrel is Transported Over a Cliff. sleekburnc.
RAF Wellington Bomber Crews at Dinghy Drill in the Flood Waters of their Airfield After Heavy Rains.
Propaganda Rolls Full of Leaflets Being Packed into the Special Shell to Be Dispensed Over Enemy Lines.
The Anzio Ritz a Dug Out Cinema in the Anzio Beach Head: Soldiers Waiting fo rth first House.
Interior of the Anzio Ritz Dug Out Cinema and The Soldiers Waiting for the Film to Begin.
Behind the German Lines in Italy - fp showing x6photos:
Enemy Soldier Cleaning an Automatic Weapon Next to a Dug Out.
German Paratroop Soldier Climbing the Slopes of Monte Cassino.
Train Moving In Italy Towards the German Front Lines Carrying a Partially Dismantled Glider.
German Long Range Gun in the Albani Mountains Use for reive Shelling Supply Ships in Nettuno Harbour etc.
Troops of a German Artillery Unit Operating a Range Finder During Shelling of Anzio Beach Head.
German Stretcher Bearers, Displaying the Red Cross Flag Collect, Wounded near Allied Front Lines.
Detailed Drawing of a British Mine Laying Submarine of the Rorqual Class - dp Drawn by Our Special Artist G. H. Davis - a wonderful double page showing the sectional diagram of the submarine with all the various compartments (approx 96) detailed ie: Topedo Tubes - Lavatory - Wash Space - Galley - Port Side Control Room - Bridge Deck - Petty officers Mess - Periscope Columns - Anti Aircraft Gun - Crews Space - Pantry - Crew Bunks - Lubricating Oil Tanks - Starboard 1630hp Propulsion Motor - Fresh Water Tank - Stearing Gear - Port Forward Hydroplane - Main Ballast Tanks in Bulge Port Side - Seamens Mess - Artificers Mess Engine Room - Fifty Mines in Positon in Superstructure - and much more. Plus a caption article approx 200words.
FP titled Bomber Commands Mine Laying Successes showing x7photos:
Air Vice Marshal H. Walmsley, Captain E. C. B De Mowbray RN and Others at a Bomber Command Mine Laying Conference.
Wing Commander J. H. Giles, W/Cdr W. J. Burnet, Air Vice Marshal R.Harrison, Air Com. H. J. Kirkpatricck, and Lt P. Dallas-Smith RN Looking at Plans of the Areas to Be Mined.
Enemy Freighter Off the Pomeranian Coast Which STurck a Min Laid by Bomber Command Aircraft.
German Liner Lying on Her Side in Kiel Bay After Striking Mine.
Enemy Transport Mined and Sionking in the Kattegat enroute to Norway.
Crews INterrogated by a WAAF Intelligence Officer After Aerial Mine Laying Operation.
Enemy Merchant Ship Sunk of the Mouth of the Gironde.
Properties Donated to the National Trust - fp showing x6photos:
Milbeck Farm, Great Langdal, Westmorland Presented by Dr G. M. Trevelyan.
Market Hall at Chipping Campden Glos.
Bank House, WIsbech, Cambs Presented by Miss Alexandrina Peckover.
HAtchlands, East Clandon and Detail of Interiors; Donated by Captain H. S. Goodhart-Rendel x3pics.
Oil Wells at Signal Hill, Long Beach, California, USA - Oil Refineries at Ploesti, Rumania with Harvest Fields in Foreground - Ploesti Oil Fields in the Department of Prahova, Rumania; A Source of Supply to Hitlers Armies - x3photos.
Full page of adverts including Rolls Royce Merlin Engines for Mustang - Horlicks - Ferranti - Parkinson Gas Cooker - etc.
FP showing x3 ads: MG by Nuffield Organization - Reynolds Tube Co. Ltd. - Miles Aricraft Ltd.
Inside front cover advert: Greys Cigarettes showing a Scots Grey Guard - from painting by A. L. Grace ?.
Our Note Book - an overview of the war by Arthur Bryant
A Famous River Comes to Life. Thames Triumphant by Sydney R. Jones - An Appreciation by Sir John Squire.
The Great World War: Prospects in Russia - by Cyril Falls.
Science Page: The Geology of Oil by E. S. Grew. sleekburnc. 2204
This is an original but USED vintage newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print. If there is a particular date you require in regards to this item eg. For a birthday or anniversary etc please ask. The Illustrated London News was a magazine founded by Herbert Ingram with the first edition of the Illustrated London News appearing on 14 May 1842. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
It measures 365 x 260 mm (14.25 x 10.25). It retains the front red outlined outer advertising cover which is detached (I have popped it inside the paper). The back advertising page is missing. There is a little age yellowing. Some of the pages have handling marks, blemishes due to their great age. The images, photos, drawings 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 other pages missing, but if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in the ILN run on from previous issues and therefore do not start at number 1.
Much of the above description details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text. This item will be packaged in a postal tube to be sent Royal Mail Small Parcels.
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