1932 ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Nazi Party BERLIN Madrid Seville Uprising VENICE 21

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Vendeur: sleekburn (9.743) 100%, Lieu où se trouve: ENGLAND, Lieu de livraison: Worldwide, Numéro de l'objet: 202489699135 PRINCE OF WALES VENICE Los Angeles Olmpics ottawa conference LONDON ATTRACTIONS MAP John Walter Gregory NAGARJUNAKONDA STUPA Fountains Abbey Anniversary GHARDAIA ALGERIA Lucien Rudaux on Venus TEMPLEHOFER FELD GERMANY Hitler NAZI PARTY Reichstag GERMAN POLITICAL SITUATION Failed Revolution Spain MADRID SEVILLE UPRISING The Illustrated London News Original Vintage Newspaper DATED 1932 This first part of the description features a list of Images i.e. engravings, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include: Venice - The Motor Launch Carrrying the Prince of Wales and Prince George on their Tour of The Canals.front page - later Edward VIII. Venice - The Prince of Wales and Prince George Crossing the Piazza of St Marks, In Straw Hats and Smoked Glasses.front page. The Ottawa Conference in Canada: Sir Henry Starkosch of India - Mr L.E.Emerson of Newfoundland - Mr P.G.W.Grobler of South Africa - Mr H.S.Gullett of Australia - Sir George Perley of Canada - Sir Atul C.Chatterjee of India - Mr Sean T.O'Kelly of Irish Free State - Mr J.G.Coates of New Zealand - Mr ( Stanley ) Baldwin - Mr Bennett - Mr Bruce - Mr N.C.Havenga of South Africa - Mr Alderdice of Newfoundland - Mr H.U.Moffat of Southern Rhodesia - Mr Neville Chamberlain - Mr W.Downie-stewart of new Zealand - Mr Sean Lemass of Irish Free State - Mr P.D.L.Flynn of S.Rhodesia - Mr J.H.Thomas - Mr W.A.Gordon of Canada - Mr A.Duranleau of Canada - Mr C.H.Cahan of Canada - Mr E.B.Ryckman of Canada - Sahibzada Abdul Samad Khan of India - Mr R J.Manion of Canada - Mr Walter Runciman of GB - Sir padamjee Ginwala of India - Dr J.Ryan Irish Free State - Mr A.P.J.P.Fourie of South Africa - Sir George Schuster of India - Mr hugh Guthrie of Canada - Viscount Hailsham of GB - Sir George Rainy of India - Mr Edgar N.Rhodes of Canada - Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister of GB - Mr .H.Stevens of Canada - Mr Shanmukham Chetty of India - Sir John Gilmour GB - Haji Abdoola Haroon of India - Mr Arthur Sauve of Canada - Mr Robert Weir of Canada. group photograph outside the Parliament Buildings on Parliament Hill Victors of the Tenth Olympic Games at Los Angeles - Thomas or Tommy Hampson of England 800 Metres - - Robert Tisdall of Ireland 400m Hurdles - - J.Anderson of USA Discus - - Stella Walsh of Poland 100m Race (and others) - -Final of the Womens 4x100 Relay Wond by USA - Mildred Didrickson USA Javelin - - W.Miller of USA Pole Jump - - Thomas Green of England 50,000m Walking with others - Dr P.O'Callaghan of Ireland Hammer - Lillian Copeland of USA Discus - - L.Sexton USA - - Union Jack Hoisted in Honour of T.Hampson's Victory - full page An Aerial Map of the Many Tourist Attractions in London.double page - relief style map drawn by Our Special Artist G.H.Davis from Information Supplied by Dame Beatrix Lyall DBE VC of the London County Council - it features places on map or key i.e.Golders Hill - Hampstead Heath - Seven Sister Rd - Parliament hill - Haverstock Hill - Old Street - East India Dock Rd - Ken Wood - Waterlow Park - Sell St.Common - Hackney Marsh - Geffrye's Museum - Grove Hall Park - Kingsland Rd.-Shoreditch - Bethnal Green - Tottenham Court Rd - Old Ford Rd.Bow - Eel Brook Common -Peckham Rye - Horniman Gardens - Battersea Park - Clapham Common - Tooley St - Old Kent Rd -Garratt Lane - Lordship Lane - Wandsworth Common - Stepney Churchyard - Wormwood Scrubbs - Abbey Wood - Plumstead Common - Finsbury Park - LNER - Hackney Downs or Trams - Clapton or Trams - London Fields LNER - Lincolns Inn - Somerset House "Cheshire Cheese" - St Pauls - Record Office Museum - Soane Museum - Dr Johnsons House - Brompton Oratory - Cavell Memorial - 10 Downing - Memorial to Prince Consort - and much more with key The Recent Heat Wave in London: Steamers and Pleasure Boats at Westminster Pier. The Piccadilly Lido! - Bathing Pool erected on the Roof of the Piccadilly Hotel. A Park Keeper Ordering Childrn Out of the Round Pond in Kensington Gardens. Hornsey Open Air Baths Crowded with Bathers. King Edward Memorial park at Shadwell Patronised by East Enders. The Hyde Park "Lido" - Londoners Sun Bathing Beside the Serpentine. The New Open Air Swimming Baths at Enfield - Packed. Personalities at home and Abroad Page: Miami - A British Airman Captain Lancaster Accused of Murder and Questioned by His Counsel Mr J.M.Carson. The Late Miss Vere Stuart Hutchinson Noted Novelist Who Died Aged Forty One. Rin-Tin-Tin the Alsatian Who Earned £400 per Week, Dies in Hollywood. Senator Marconi and his New Wireless Apparatus with Ultra Short Wave Length - with another man A winged Arm-Chair c1700. Frau Klara Zetkin A Woman to Preside for An Hour in the Reichstag - With an Lenin's Widow.- info. Nadezhda Konstantinovna or Nadya Krupskaya Lenin - aka Clara Zetkin The New American Liner The Manhattan on Her Maiden Voyalge. The British Chess Congress - Sir John Simon the Foreign Secretary, Watching a Match Between Sultan Khan and Mr T. H.Taylor at The Empire Social Chess Club at Bayswater. Professor J.W.Gregory.s Death in The Andean Rapids in Peru: Near to the Scene of the Disaster - A Canoe Passing Through a Bad Rapid in the Pongo de Mainique on the Upper Urubamba River. A Few Yards Fromthe Scen of His Death - Empty Canoe Filling With Water. Canoe Full of Water Hauled to The Bank by Men. The Ill Fated Canoe - Indians Bailing Out the Canoe, Which Shortly Afterwards Capsized Below this Point with Dr Gregory, Miss McKinnon Wood and Mr Coverley-Price on Board - info. John Walter Gregory a British geologist and explorer. The Lilienthal Monument - Memorial to a German Flying Pioneer Otto Lilienthal at East Lichterfelde, Berlin. Top of the Mound at the Lilienthal Monument - A Silver Glove on a Basalt Block. Italy and Revival of Mediaeval Sport: The Joust of the Saracen at Arezzo. Winning Pair in the Joust - Of the Santo Spirito Quarter of Arezzo. Tilting at the Saracen. Afghanistan - The Motor Car as a State Vehicle in a Procession Through Kabul. Afghanistan - King Nadir Shah Presiding at a Meeting Held to Consider a New University Scheme. King Nadir Sha Saluting His Subjects on His Return from a Mosque. Discoveries in Southern India - Finds at Nagarjunakonda or Nagarjuna's Hill: Plan of the Great Stupa - Structure in the Form of a Wheel with Cross Marking Where The Buddhist Relics Were Found. Bas Relief At Nagarjunakonda Representing a Buddhist Stupa or Tomb 3rd C AD. Carved Slab of Limestone. Buddha Relics as They Were Found. Buddha Relics After Cleaning. The Great Stupa After Excvation. Restoration of the Great Stupa - Massive Hemispherical Structure ... Infant Prince Represented by a Royal Umbrella and Two Flying Whisks. Bas Reliefs From a Smaller Stupa. The Late Mister Ronald Mackenzie Author of Musical Chairs at the Criterion Who Was Killed in a Motor Accident. Mister Phillip Leaver Author of "Tomorrow Will Be Friday" etc at The Haymarket. Mr John Van Druten Author of "Behold We Live" at St James's. Mr Ivor Novello Author of "Party" at the Strand. Mr Noel Coward Author of "Cavalcade" at Drury Lane. Mr J.B.Priestley Author of "Dangerous Corner" at the Lyric. Mr Ian Hay Co-Author of "Orders ar Orders" at the Shaftesbury. Mr Edward Knoblock Co-Author of "EVensong" at the Queens. Mr Beverley Nichols Co-Author Miel of "Evensong" at the Queens. Octocentenary of Fountains Abbey: Fountains Abbey By Day. Flood Lit at Night. United Anglican and Nonconformist Ceremony in the Roofless Nave. The Duke and Duchess of York Arriving at the Abbey -later George VI and Queen Elizabeth Fountains Abbey Aerial View Showing the Crowds at the Entrance etc. The Two Cities of Ghardaia, Algeria: The Winter City at Ghardaia. Men in The Market of the Winter City. The Summer City in the Shadow Reive of the Oasis - View of the Palm Sheltered Quarters ... house in the Summer City. A Corner of the Summer City. After A Fall of Rain Which Happens Once Every Four or Five Years. A Palm Growing Through a Special Hole in the Roof of a House ... An Orchard - Troughs and Dams Which Bring Water Drawn From Undergournd. A Photograph of the Desert. An Outpost Line Against the Shifting Sands Around Ghardaia.c.keenlyside. The Upper Storey of the Central Court or Atrium of a House in Ghardaia With The Palm Springing Through the Roof. Interior of a house Showing Vines etc. A Photographic Study by Armand Console: This Blessed Plot, This Earth, This Realm, This England ... - wonderful double centre page photograph showing workers getting in a harvest, three horses pulling an implement, the "Lord and Lady of the Manor" looking on. The Problem of the Planet Venus: Drawing by M.Lucien Rudaux of Venus as She Appears When Between The Earth and Sun ... Midsummer Photograph of Upper Regions of the Earth's Atmosphere Lit by the Sun. A Reconstruction of the Configurations of the Surface of Venus on the Half of the Globe Lit Up by the Sun. Diagram Showing the Successive Apparent Positions of Venus in Relation to the Sun ..... Telescopic Aspects of Venus - Drawings whowing the Fixed Spots on the Surface etc ... The Italian Training Ship " SMerigo Vespucci" Built in 1930 - A Sailing Ship with Auxiliary Motors. The Italian Vessel for Training Naval Cadets - The Cristoforo Colombo - Sailing Ship Driven by Diesel Motors. Crowds at The Tempelhofer Feld Watching the Flying While Enjoying Tea and Beer in the Garden - full page photograph showing crowded scene at the Air field The German Political Situation: The Minister of the Interior, Baron von Gayl Speaking at The Celebrations of the Thirteenth Anniversary of the Weimar Constitution. A Reichswehr Bodyguard March Past Doing the Goose Step. Berlin Mounted Police Marching Past on Horses. General Von Schleicher th eReichswehr Minister -and others. The Reign of Terror in Germany - A Street in Brunswick Where Twenty Five houses Were Damaged by a Bomb. Herr Hitler Leaving By Car After Having Been Refused the Chancellorship by President Hindenburg - His Concience Would Not Permit Him to Hand Over Power to the Nazis. The Reichstag on the Anniversary of the Weimar; General V.Schleicher; President Hindenburg; Vice President of the Reichstag - the three men at the front and two others behind. An Emergency Squad of Police Hurrying to the Scene of a Political Outrage or Faction Fight - full page drawing illustrated in a "Well-known German Newspaper" - the artist signed the drawing but I can't read it. A "Hardluck Town" in New York - A Settlement of Huts in the Heart of the City Built By Unemployed. Self Help By The German Unemployed in the Neighbourhood of Berlin: Homes Built by the Workless for Themselves. A Settlers Family inthe Garden Which Partly Supports Them. The Whole Family Helping to Lay Electric Cable To their House. An Unemployed Workman Helping to Build Himself a house with Material Supplied by the Government. An Unemployed Stonecutter Laying a Pavement in One of the New Prussian Unemployed Settlements - His Wife Helping. A Kitchen in a House Built By the Unemployed - a mother and her little daughter in the kitchen. A Workless Man and His Family Listen to the Wireless in Their New Parlour.Sleekburnc. Science Page: An Adult Male Glow Worm Lampyris Noctiluca - - - Female Glow Worm the Real Fairy Lantern of the Story Books - - - glow Worm of South America (drawings) - - - under Side of the Female Glow-worm. Westminster Abbey with a Central Spire and Spire Capped Western Towers - From a Rare Painting of the Abbey Propesed by Wren and Hawksmoor and The Prebendal houses Which Then Stood ... An Architects Wooden Model of a Central Spire Designed for Westminster Abbey. The Failed Revolution in Spain - Madrid and Seville -: The Captured Seville Leader Being Conveyed to Madrid by Car - General Sanjurjo near Talavera -photograph of two cars General Sanjurjo Leaves the Car Which Brought Him From Huelva to Enter The One That Took Him to Madrid. Spanish Troops Outside the Station at Seville ... A Great Crowd Demonstrating passing the Ministry of War In Madrid. Seville: General Sanjurjo's HQ Burnt After His Departure - The Villa Casablanca on Fire. General Sanjurjo Entering the General Directorate of Public Safety in Madrid - with others General Sanjurjo Once the CinC in Morocco. An Armed Policeman's Capture. Armed Police Helping a Wounded Comrade. Police Removing a Man Shot During the Encounter. The Palace of the Marquis de Luca de Tena at Seville on Fire. Art Treasures Looted From the Palace of the Marquis de Luca de Tena - Paintings Stacked in the Street at Seville. Captured Rebels Being Conveyed to Prison by Car. Batch of Rebels on their Way to Prison in Madrid. Early Engraved Maps - Map of England and Ireland Showing a Portrait of Queen Elizabeth Two Playing Cards Dated 1590 - Queen Elizabeth - - - Map of Warwickshire. Crawfords Liqueur Scotch Whisky - Stymied!. advert Six Designs of Clocks from the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co.Ltd - art deco style Vienna - travel adverts Eccles Caravans The Ideal Holiday - small advert This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include: Note Book Page by G. K. Chesterton. Books of the Day by Charles E. Byles. The Great Chaitya and a Corporeal Relic of Buddha – Discoveries in Southern India – By A. H. Longhurst - info. Albert Henry Longhurst. Theatre Page by G. F. H. The Problem of Venus by M. Lucien Rudaux. Collectors page by Frank Davis – Early Engraved Maps. Behind the Veil – An Appreciation of "Their Secret Purposes" by Hector C. Bywater – Page by C. K. A. the Disarmament Conference – by Signor Guglielmo Ferrero. Gardening page by Clarence Elliott VMH. Science Page by W. P. Pycraft. Motoring Page by H. Thornton Rutter. sleekburnc. 2008 CONDITION/DIMENSIONS 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. It measures 358 x 250 mm (14 x 10inches). There are binding witness marks to spine. The outer advertising cover is missing but the main frontispiece headline page is intact. 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 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 (apart from cover), so if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in The Illustrated London News carry on from the previous weeks issue and therefore do not start at number 1. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. 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 tube and sent RM small parcels. IMPORTANT: If you choose the RM International ECONOMY (surface) Mail option, it can take up-to 56 days; their aim is to deliver within two weeks to Western Europe, four weeks to Eastern Europe, and eight weeks outside Europe. Ebay Member since August 2001 Antique and Vintage Prints, Maps & Ephemera - Newspapers, Magazines, Back Issues & Books. - © (copyright) - SLEEKBURN PRINTS All text descriptions etc. in our listings are protected through copyright law, and have been electronically and invisibly coded, and are also protected under ebay VeRO rules. Reproduction, in whole or part, without permission is a transgression of copyright. Condition: It measures 358 x 250 mm (14 x 10inches). There are binding witness marks to spine. The outer advertising cover is missing but the main frontispiece headline page is intact. 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 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.IMPORTANT: If you choose the RM International ECONOMY (surface) Mail option, it can take up-to 56 days; their aim is to deliver within two weeks to Western Europe, four weeks to Eastern Europe, and eight weeks outside Europe.PLEASE READ MAIN DESCRIPTION FOR DETAILED CONTENT AND CONDITION., Non-Fiction Subject: News Domestic International, Language: English, Place of Publication: London, Publisher: Illustrated London News & Sketch, Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom, Format: Newspaper/Magazine, The Arts: Theatre Music Opera Books Film, Features: Politics Sport Royalty Science Engineering

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