Budapest Hungary REFUGEES GRANGE FARM CHIGWELL Port Said Egypt SUEZ CRISIS Hazor Expedition Israel OLYMPICS Winston Churchill N. PALMERSTON NEW ZEALAND
Original Vintage Newspaper:
Sir Winston Churchill KG - full front page from a drawing the work of the well known Dutch artist Max Nauta......which now hangs in the Netherlands Parliament.
Egypt: Lt. General Sir Hugh Stockwell Arresting the Leader of the Egyptian Mob Outside Port Said Railway Station.
The New Baltic Exchange in St Mary Axe, London Opened by the Queen - fp showing x6photos incl:
Mister J. Windridge Supervising Engineer Looking at the Jacks Used to Raise the Wall.
Mr Kenneth Lindy the Architect Testing the Moving Wall.
HM Queen with Mr R. Tadman and Others Watching the Movable Dividing Wall.
Members of the Board of Directors of the Baltic and Thei Wives Being Presented to the Queen.
Cheerful British Soldiers in Egypt - fp showing x6photos:
Members of the 33rd Parachute Field Regiment Transporting Stores from NAAFI To Another Camp - four soldiers on a bogie bolster type vehicle on a railway track nicknamed the Rockin Roll Express complete with gasmask attached to the front.
Members of the Combined Services Entertainments Giving a Show at Port Said.
A Gunner Fishing in a Canal. C.KEENLYSIDE.
Men of Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Playing Cards in the Sand Outside Port Said.
Four Soldiers Looking After Abandoned Kids (goats) and a Puppy at El Tina.
British Soldiers in Trenches Facing Egyptian Lines South of El Cap, Write Letters Home.
The Blockships of Port Said - fp showing x2pics:
Aerial View of Port Said HarbourLooking towards Port Fuad.
Detailed View of Port Said Harbour from Fuad Side: Dredger Peluse with reive Funnell of the Hopper Neptune, Salvage Vessel Pollux, Salvage Vessel and Wrecks.
Refugees Flee Hungary to Austria and Britain - double page (dp) x7pics:
Reception Centre at Grange Farm, Chigwell, Essex.
At Eisenstadt, Austria: Mass Being Said at a Mobile Chapel for the Refugees.
Refugees Arriving at Victoria Station, London.
Refugees Crossing a Makeshift Bridge at the Austro Hungarian Border near Pamhagen.
SW London: Members of Voluntary Sevices Distributing Clothes to Refugees.
Some of the Refugees of Grange Farm, Being Interviewed for Employment in This Country.
A Mother and Baby in Budapest Who Did Not Get Away - fp of a young mother carrying her baby, standing next to a sign stating Foldalatti Varosliget Fele
Small Map showing Europe in the Time of Henry VIII - to accompany a review of Churchills new book.
Refugees Escaping Across the Austrian Frontier from Hungary - fp showing x7photos:
Group of Hungarian Refugees Running across the Last Few Yards of The Austrian Border near Lake Neusiedler.
Refugees Scrambling Over a Bridge Destroyed by the Russians to Get into Austria.
A Family Group Carrying a Child on an Improvised Stretcher Enter Austria After A Long March.
Small Group of Men Women and a Child Coming Ashore After Crossing a Canal on The Border.
Baby Being Handed Out of a Boat To An Austrian Official After Crossing the Canal at Andau.
Safe But Alone: The Husbands of These Two Women Had Been Seized by Russians Just Before They Reached the Frontier.
Small Group of Refugees Exhausted but Safe After Crossing the Frontier.
Major General Burns Talking With Mr Ralph Bunche Beford LEaving New York for Egypt.
New York: Mr Selwyn Lloyd with Mr AVerell Harriman and Mr Hugh Bullock at a Dinner Given by the Pilgrims of the United States.
New Russian and Czech Infantry Weapons Taken in Egypt by British And Israel Forces - fp showing x6pics.
Port Said and The Canal: UN Troops and the First British Withdrawal - fp showing x6pics:
Lt General Sir Hugh Stockwell CinC Talking With Norwegian Soldiers of the First UN Detachment.
British Troops Greeting Norwegian Infantrymen in Their UN Helmets.
Norwegian Infantrymen Wave at the Trapped Tanker Eli Knudsen Trapped in the Canal.
TheFirst British Withdrawal from Port Said: Officers And Men of the 1st Batalion Royal West Kent Regt. Embarking in the Troopship Dilwara Enroute for Cyprus.
Egyptian Youths Demonstrating at Port Said. Sleekburnc.
British Frogmen Recovering Egyptian Arms Dumped in the Basin Industrielle at Port Said.
Western Uganda Railway Extension:
Inaugural Train Leaving Kampala.
Sir Andrew Cohen Gobernor of Uganda at the Opening Ceremony.
At Kases Station: Thh Omukama of Toro Shaking Hands with Mr C. T. Henfrey with the Newly Named Locomotive Batoro Behind.
Near Romford Essex: The Search for the Lost Child Boyd Fearon aged Three - x3pics
Personalities and Events of the Week - dp showing x20photos:
Mr G. J. H. Jeffs Commandant of London Airport.
Signor Guido Cantelli The Leading Italian Conductor Killed in Aircraft Accident.
The Late Sir Lionel Whitby Physician and Master of Downing College.
The Late Lord Mersey Diplomat - info. Charles Clive Bigham.
Sir De Villiers Graaff New Leader of the United Party in South Africa.
Miss Rose Heilbron QC the First Woman Recorder.
Formal Hand Over of Supremem Command Allied Powers in Europe: General Norstad - General Gruenther - FM Lord Montgomery.
Mr Francis L. Sullivan the Actor Dies.
Mr Stanley Evans MP Resigns From Parliament.
The Prime Minister Anthony Eden at London Airport, with Lady Eden, Leaving for Jamaice to Recover from Severe Overstrain.
The Late Sir Rhys Hopkin Morris.
A Hungarian Prima Ballerina with Her Husband After Escaping From hungary: Vera Pasztor and Ernest Vashegyl.
New Series of Rumanian Stamps of Six Denominations.
Unusual Birth at Wallsend and the Baby Who Survived a Weeks Hibernation: The Son Born to Mrs Ellen Moore Who Was in a Coma After Street Accident - the baby with his father.
The New Liner Sylvania Launched at Clydebank.
In Service With the RAF in Germany: The Swift Fighter Aircraft in a Vertical Climb.
the Tanker Storfonn Built By harland and Wolff Launched at Belfast.
Casablanca: Sultan of Morocco in a Parade.
Mr Dag Hammarskjoeld, Secretary General of the United Nations with President Nasser, During their Recent Talks in Cairo - dp photograph of the two men with verse from the poem from Alice in Wonderland beneath.
Theatre: Scene from Occupe Toi D'Amelie with Madeleine Renaud - Gabriel Cattand - Andre Brunot.
Theatre: Scene from Double Image with Raymond Huntley - Richard Attenborough - Ronald Barker - Zena Dare - Sheila Sim.
the State Apartments at Kensington Palace Reopened to the Publicv - fp showing x7photos.
Barberton Daisies from a Drawing by H. G. Moon.
Opening of the 16th Olympic Games at Melbourne Australia - fp showing x3pics:
Opening Ceremony as the Young Australian Miler miel R. Clarke Enters the Arena.
The Olympic Flame Being Lit by R. Clarke.
Duke of Edinburgh Receives Olympic Medals from Mr Kent at The Ceremony.
Cats - x2photos by Neave Parker.
Art Gallery Exhibitions in London - fp showing x8pics:
HM Queen by Sir William O. Hutchison.
HM Queen by James Gunn.
Professor Sir Albert E. Richardson by Maurice Codner.
The Only Solution - figurines by Audrey Blackman.
Epis de Ble by Jean Commere.
LE Chasste Joseph by Max Ernst.
Bridge at Charits sur Loire by Lord Methuen.
Summer by Leslie Worth.
Acquisitions by National Collecitons in London: the Aldobrandinin Dish, The Tudor Jewel, The Acorn Cup and Rogier van der Weydens Pieta - fp showing x5pics.
Collectors Page x2cabinets.
Fine Portrait Drawings at the Royal Academy - fp showing x9pics.
Excavations at Hazor - dp showing x15photos by A Volk Chief Photographer of the Expedition in Israel.
Cinema: Three Scenes from War and Peace with Audrey Hepburn - Vittorio Gassman and others.
Farming By Air near Palmerston North, North Island, New Zealand:
General View of the Worlds First Agricultural Aviation Show.
Dropping fencing Materials on a Hillside from a De Havilland Beaver Aircraft.
Hay Bales Being Dropped from a Cessna.
Top Dressing by Air from a De Havilland Beaver.
Spraying Broom with Chemical Weedkiller from a Hillier 12B Helicopter.
Pericles c490-429 from a Drawing after a Bust in the British Museum - fp colour for Reed Paper Group on back cover.
Cherry Heering Liqueur - fp colour.
Full page showing various: Westar Wafer Hearing Aid - Granola Digestive Biscuits - Van Heusen Vantella Shirts - etc.
Dry Fly Sherry - fp colour.
Old England Shirts by Hogg and Mitchell Ltd - fp colour.
Benson and Hedges Christmas Cigarette Boxes - fp colour with prices.
Polarouter Watch by Universal Geneve - fp
Christmas Gift Ideas from Thermos - hp showing x12items with prices.
Nescafe Blend 37 - fp coffee ad. showing young woman holding tin of coffee on a street; with price
English Electric - fp.
Pyrotenax Cables of Hebburn on Tyne - hp.
J. Cox Chef Aboard the P&O Ship Arcadia - hp.
Smiths Watches - hp.
Riviera Holidays Italian State Tourist Office - hp.
Wills Three Castles Cigarettes - hp.Riley Pathfinder Car - hp with price.
Martell Cordon Bleu Brandy - fp colour.
The Twelve Days of Christmas - fp colour for Players Cigarettes.
Note Book page by Arthur Bryant.
An Apreciation by Sir John Squire on a Book by Winston Churchill.
Window on the World: the Canal - A Phase of Frustration by Cyril Falls.
Theatre by J. C. Trewin.
Gardening by Clarence Elliott.
Science by Maurice Burton.
Collectors Page by Frank Davis.
Excavations at Hazor by Yigael Yadin Lecturer in Archaeology at Hebrew Univ. Jerusalem and Dir. Of James A. de Rothschild Expedition at Hazor.
Cinema by Peter Foster.
Book Reviews by K. John and E. D. O'Brien. SleekbrnC. 0112
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.
Approx. 28 pages (56 sides); weekly issue. It measures 365 x 260 mm (14.25 x 10.25). There is a little age yellowing. Some of the pages are loose, and have handling marks, blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The staples are rusty leaving witness marks. The images vary in size. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. 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, but if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in The Illustrated London News would carry on from the previous issue therefore did not start at number 1.
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