1956 ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Makarios Seychelles DOLPHINS Devon Loch Horse (6906

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller sleekburn (9,776) 100%, Location: ENGLAND, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 163587464271 GRAND NATIONAL DEVON LOCH Archbishop Makarios in Exile Seychelles STANLEY BALDWIN Pylos Greece Excavations DOLPHINS BEHAVIOUR The Illustrated London News DATED 1956 Weekly Issue: approx 34 pages (68 sides) This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include: The Grand National: The Royal Party Before the Race and The Queen Mother With Her Horse Devon Loch and Jockey R. Francis - front page. The Winner of the Grand National at Aintree: E.S.B. Being Led in by His Owner Mrs L. Carver - front page. Queen Mother Horse Devon Loch as He Stumbles - six sequential photogrpahs; plus one of the royal party cheering the horse on before he fell - full page (fp). Lord Trenchard First Marshal of the Royal Air Force Who Died at His London Home. The 102nd Ocford and Cambridge Boat Race - fp showing 6 photos. Archbishop Makarios in Exile on the Seychelles: Victoria Capital of the Seychelles Islands From The Air with The Trois Freres Peacks in the Background. View From Sans Souci, Archbishop Makarios' Place of Exile wiht MAmeloloes Village in the Foreground. Arrival of the Cypriot Exiles: Archbishop Makarios and His companions Leave HMS Loch Fada by Launch. Entering Victoria Harbour: Bishop of Kyrenia - Archbishop Makarios - Polycarpos Ioannides - Papastavros Papa-Agathangelou. Archbishop MAkarios The Leader of the Greek Cypriots Steps Ashore at Victoria. Sans Souci the Country Residence of the Governor of the Seychelles In Which The Archbishop and Companions are Being Accommodated. Britains Navy: A Retrospective Glimpse of Naval Forces from 1919 to 1956, Showing the Decline of the Battleship - a double page diagram draw by Special Artist G. H. Davis Stanley Baldwin and His Wife Lucy (nee Ridsdale) at the Time of Their Marriage in 1892. 1929: Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin with the Chancellor Winston Churchill. Personalities and Events of the Week Page: Mister Louis Bromfield the American Novelist Who Died at Columbus, Ohio. Captain F. Jenkinson With Stewardess Betty Dillon-Trenchard: Crew of the BEA Airliner Wich Narrowly Missed a Collision with a Vampire Jet Fighter. Lieutenant General Eduardo Lonardi of Argentina Who Died in Buenos Aires. Mr Robert Newton the English Actor Who Died at Hollywood. Mr Eric S. Jackson Appointed Director General of Atomic Weapons. Dr Murice Henry Harland Nominated as Bishop of Durham. The Queen Mother On The Flight Deck of HMS Ark Royal Handley Page Victor RAF Bomber. X2 Mr Malkenkov, the Soviet Minister of Power Stations, During His Visit to the Atomic Energy Research Station at Harwell. TheLiberty Ship E. Kirby Smith and The Swedish Freighter Nyland After a Collision near Norfolk, Virginia USA. The Motor Vessel Theoron at Tower Bridge After Her Battle in Pack Ice in the Weddell Sea, Antarctic. St Mary's Isles of Scilly: The Scillonian The Islands New Passenger Ferry. The Queen Visits Coventry: Queen Elizabeth and Duke of Ediburgh with Rev. R. T. Howard In the Shell of Coventry Cathedral. Ceremony at Which the Queen Laid the Foundation Stone of the New Cathedral. aat The Jaguar Motor Works Examining the D-Type Jaguar Car. U.S. Radar Research; TV Transmitting Station London - fp: The U.S. Radar Tower 110 Miles off Cape Cod. A Fibre Glass hut Undergoing Tests by the United States Marine Corps in N. Carolina. Two Men in a Tunnel in the Interior of the Giant U.S. Transonic Wind Tunnel at the Langley Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia. Hypersonic Research Device Used in Missile Research at the Avco Research Laboratory at Everett, Mass. USA. The New BBC Television High Power Transmitting Station: Transmitter Hall at Crystal Palace Station. Control Room in the New TV Transmitting Station. Governor General of Canada Vincent Massey Flies his Standard in a Dog Sled as He Sets off on a 10,000 Tour of the Canadian Arctic. Pakistan Becomes an Islamic Republic Within the British Commonwealth: Maj. Gen. Iskander Mirza Takes the Oath. Selection Committee of the Royal Academy at Burlington House: Mr Humphrey Brooke - Mr William Dring - Mr Rodrigo Moyniham - Mr Edward Bawden - Mr Gilbert Ledward - Mr David McFall - Sir edward Maufe - Reive - Mr Henry Rushbury - Mr James FItton - Mr A. K. Lawrence. Oscars Winners at Hollywood and Miss Grace Kelly Who Presented the Awards: Miss Jo Van Fleet - Jack Lemmon - Miss Kelly - Ernest Borgnine - Marisa Pavan (for Anna MAgnani) Sadlers Wells Gala: Queen mother - Wueen and Princess Margaret with Lord Waverley. The Queen Arrives i Corsica. Mr Selwyn Lloyd at Karachi for the SEATO Conference. Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition. HM Queen Mother at the Franco-Scottish Exhibition at the Hotel de Rohan. The New Greek Government of Mr Karamanlis include the First Woman Minister Mrs Tsaldaris - group standing on steps. Queen at the Guildhall Luncheon. Duchess of Kent and Princess Alexandra with Sir Ernest Goodale and Kenneth Horne at the British Industries Fair Earls Court. Mr Montgomery Campbee Bishop of London Knocks for Admittance to St Paul's. The Lying In State of the Ashes of Lord Trenchard in the Air Ministry. Ashes of Lord Trenchard of the RAF and RE-Organiser of the Metropolitan Police, Passing the Cenotaph. King Suramarit of Cambodia and His Queen Kossamak Nearireak Enthroned After the Coronation. Head of Naval Department of the West German Ministry of Defence: Vice Admiral Ruge With Rear Admiral Wagner and Herr Blank at Bonn. Personalities and Events of the Week - double page (loose): Sir Cyril Norwood. Lord Bessborough - info. Vere Brabazon Ponsonby Lord Trent Chairman of Boots - info. John Campbell Boot. Sir Miles Thomas of BOAC. Sir Sydney Caine. Police Sergeant Gerald T. Rooney Shot Dead in Cyprus. Dr Spencer Leeson Late Bishop of Pewterborough. Admirl Sir Walter Cowan. Sleekburnc. Lord BIcester the Eminent Financier - info. Vivian Hugh Smith. Group Officer Mary H. Barnett Director for The WRAF. The Late Sir Hubert Houldsworth National Coal Board Chairman. Mr James Bowman New Chair of the NCB. Mr Peter Twiss Holder of the New World's Air Speed Record. Mrs Helen Bentwich New Chairman of the London County Council LCC. Death of the Dictator of Poland: Mr Boleslaw Bierut. Lieutenant General Henry Hodes New CO of the US Army in Europe. The Late Mme. I. Joliot-Curie - info. Daughter of Marie Curie. Sir Travers Humphreys the Criminal Judge. Lord Porter the Judge - info. Samuel Lowry Porter. Shri Rama Prasad Manandhar the New Nepalese Ambassador. Leaving for a Flight to Athens Which Ended in The Seychelles: Archbishop Makarios with Other Church Leaders. Israel: Mr Selwyn Lloyd - Sir John Nicholls - Mr Moshe Sharett - Mr. Ben-Gurion - in Jerusalem. Civilian Dead World War II: the Roll of Honour at Westminster Abbey. The Hill, Hampstead Presented to Manor House Hospital by Lord Inverforth. Melbourne Australia: The Multi Sports Centre Olympic Park at Melbourne Nearing Completion. Flats for the Athletes in the Olympic Village near Melbourne. The French Trawler Wrecked Under the Cliffs of Porthcurno near Lands End. A Bronze Bust of Karl Marx Unveiled at Highgate Cemetery. Salonika: Students Demonstrating Against the Deportation of Archbishop Makarios. Heraklion, Crete: Rioters Wrecking the British Consulate. A Mace Presented to the Nigerian House of Representatives by Mr Walter Elliot Part of parliamentary Delegation From Westminster. The Canadian Pacific Liner Empress of Britain Steaming Off the Isle of Arran During Speed Trials. Amman, Jordan: Jordanian Demonstrators Shouting Patriotic and Anti British Slogans After the Announcement of the Dismissal of Glubb Pasha the British Commander of Arab Legion. Arriving in London From Jordan: General Glubb with His Wife and Adopted Children - info. John Bagot Glubb. Manhattan: New York City's New Coliseum Nearing Completion. USA: The End of the Last of Manhattan's Overhead Railways with Crowds in Thrid Avenue NY Watching the Demolition of the Last "EL". Scotland's First Ski Tow: Members of the Scottish Ski Club Making the Ascent of Meall A' Bhuiridh. Loughton Essex: The New Printing Works of the Bank of England. The Aircraft Carrier Melbourne Flagship of the Royal Australian Navy Leaving Portsmouth for Her Maiden Voyage to Fremantle. HM S Vanguard Britains Last Operational Battleship Joins the Mothball Fleet: Alongside HMS Howe at Devonport with Aircraft Carrier Unicorn. Acquired by Canada From the Lichtenstein Collection - four paintings. Excavations at Pylos: A Reconstruction of the Palace of Nestor Based on The Excavations at Pylos - froma drawing by Alan Sorell. Plus twenty more images of the excavations and items found etc. Types of Dolphins - a wonderful double page Drawn by Our Special Artist Neave Parker with the Co-operation of Dr Maurice Burton. A School of Common Dolphins Playing Amid The Waves - photo by Dr F. C. Fraser. Dolphins Take to Basketball at The Marineland of the Pacific near Hollywood USA - fp showing nine photographs. Adverts: The Standard Super Ten Car - fp. Pot Holers - fp for Nescafe showing two men in a cave etc. National Benzole Wow! Aromatics - fp Dieldrin Insecticide by Shell - fp showing a hp drawing of a fiddler beetle or such like superimposed on a (Jamaican) fruit farm or plantation - artwork unknown. Voices in the Hair? - fp for Thames Board Mills Ltd. Benevean Dam, North of Scotland Hydro Electric Board - hp for London and Lacs Insurance Co. Armstrong Siddeley Aero Engines - fp colour on inside back cover. A Street in Norwich - fp showing colour photo of a street scene with clock tower etc. for Norwich Union Dry Sack Sherry by Williams and Humberts - wonderful colour fp; inside front cover. Sailor of HMS Excellent - fp for Players navy Cut Cigarettes. Wolseley Six Ninety 2½ Litre Car - fp State Express 555 Cigarettes - fp. Natural Fuels from Crompton Parkinson - fp. Rolls Royce - fp Benson and Hedges - fp. Termotank with Artwork by Eric Fraser - fp Ford Escort and Ford Squire Cars - fp. Sunbeam Mk 111 Sports Saloon - fp. Mrs Eric Fontaine and Her Three Daughters Patricia, Victoria and Miranda; a photograph by Baron aka Stirling Henry Nahum - fp Daimler Car 3½ Litre One-0-Four Saloon - fp. ~~~~ 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 Arthur Bryant Stanley Baldwing Prime Minister and Man, By his Son My Father: The S True Story by A. W. Baldwin 0 An Appreciation by Sir John Squire Window on the World by Cyril Falls - How to Dethrone a National Idol. Theatre by J. C. Trewin. c.Keenlyside Cinema by Alan Dent. Gardening by Clarence Elliott Collectors Page by Frank Davis. Excavations in the Palace of Nestor at Pylos by Professor Carl Blegen University of Cincinnati. Science Page by Maruice Burton - Dolphin Play. Books Reviews by K. John and E. D. O'Brien SleekburnC. 0704 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. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. It measures 365 x 260 mm (14.25 x 10.25). There is a little age yellowing. It retains it's outer advertising cover. Some of the pages are loose, and have handling marks, blemishes due to the 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. 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. Sometimes the newspaper would have supplements which were numbered specially (eg. roman numerals or such like). Quotation or speech marks in the text signifies 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 unless otherwise requested. 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 365 x 260 mm (14.25 x 10.25). There is a little age yellowing. It retains it's outer advertising cover. Some of the pages are loose, and have handling marks, blemishes due to the 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., Type: Vintage Original, Format: Newspaper, Author: Illustrated London News, Language: English, Place of Publication: London, Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom, Non-Fiction Subject: News Domestic and International, Features: War Politics Royalty Luftwaffa Blitz, Conflict: WW2 Second World War

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