The Illustrated London News, Saturday, June 19, 1948: "Kobenhavn" Sinks After Striking Floating Mine

By: Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al

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Pages 677-704. Features: Cover photo of massive disappointed crowd after cancellation of Trooping The Colour due to poor weather forecast; Colour ad by the Nuffield Organization inside front cover explains how the export of their cars return bread to Britain; Air photo of the great Roman amphitheater at Verulamium; Two pages of illustrations of 10 centuries old St. Albans; Six nice photos illustrate the Rumanian Royal wedding in Athens where ex-King Michael married Princess Anne; Six photos of the battle for the Ashes - England plays Australia at Nottingham; Four dramatic photos illustrate the "Kobenhavn" disaster which killed 60 when the Danish passenger ship struck a floating World War II mine; Article on politics and the European recovery program; Photos of bombing tests on "HMS Nelson", and other international naval news; Photos of personalities in the news include Col. Sir A. Webb-Johnson, Sir F. K. Taylor, T. E. Williams, the right Hon. W. Whiteley, the Rev H. E. Lewis, W. De La Mare, W. Gilliatt, Air Commander F. Whittle, Leigh Ashton, A. H. Gardiner, Charles B. Cochran, Sir F. Soskice, Lord Henderson, Dr. Edward Benes, Anthony Quayle, the Maharaja of Kapurthala with Lord and Lady Mountbatten, John St. Maur Ramsden, Dr. Arnold, and the Queen with Princess Margaret and Mr. Attlee; Photos of the 58th Royal tournament at Olympia; Centrefold illustration depicts the Royal Air Force establishing a forward airfield in a thrilling set piece at Olympia; Miscellaneous Royal photos; Photo of the British Wightman Cup team; Photo of the victorious United States Wightman Cup team; Photo of the Rundfunkhaus, the Berlin radio station situated in the British zone, but used and occupied by the Russians; Photo of Genevieve Danelle, the first woman to face the firing squad in the Paris region since World War I; Photo of the wreckage of the charter aircraft which crashed at Cronk-Ny-Irey-Lhaa, I.O.M., while carrying visitors to the T.T. races; Photo of the Arab-Jew truce mediator, Count Bernadotte, approaching the Transjordan Foreign Ministry during the recent truce negotiations; Photo of military recruiting posters in Tel Aviv; Article and wonderful photos describe newly revealed ancient sanctuary in the Ceylon jungle - the revelation of Mandalagiri; Nice colour ad for Dewar's "White Label" Scotch whiskey shows case being hoisted onto oceanliner "Elizabeth". Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, June 19, 1948: "Kobenhavn" Sinks After Striking Floating Mine

Author: Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al

Illustrator: de Grineau, Bryan

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd.: 1948

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 338h0974

Keywords: The Illustrated London News, Saturday, June 19, 1948: "Kobenhavn" Sinks After Striking Floating Mine Cover photo of massive disappointed crowd after cancellation of Trooping The Colour due to poor weather forecast; Colour ad by the Nuffield Organization inside front cover explains how the export of their cars return bread to Britain; Air photo of the great Roman amphitheater at Verulamium; Two pages of illustrations of 10 centuries old St. Albans; Six nice photos illustrate the Rumanian Royal wedding in Athens where ex-King Michael married Princess Anne; Six photos of the battle for the Ashes - England plays Australia at Nottingham; Four dramatic photos illustrate the "Kobenhavn" disaster which killed 60 when the Danish passenger ship struck a floating World War II mine; Article on politics and the European recovery program; Photos of bombing tests on "HMS Nelson", and other international naval news; Photos of personalities in the news include Col. Sir A. Webb-Johnson, Sir F. K. Taylor, T. E. Williams, the right Hon. W. Whiteley, the Rev H. E. Lewis, W. De La Mare, W. Gilliatt, Air Commander F. Whittle, Leigh Ashton, A. H. Gardiner, Charles B. Cochran, Sir F. Soskice, Lord Henderson, Dr. Edward Benes, Anthony Quayle, the Maharaja of Kapurthala with Lord and Lady Mountbatten, John St. Maur Ramsden, Dr. Arnold, and the Queen with Princess Margaret and Mr. Attlee; Photos of the 58th Royal tournament at Olympia; Centrefold illustration depicts the Royal Air Force establishing a forward airfield in a thrilling set piece at Olympia; Miscellaneous Royal photos; Photo of the British Wightman Cup team; Photo of the victorious United States Wightman Cup team; Photo of the Rundfunkhaus, the Berlin radio station situated in the British zone, but used and occupied by the Russians; Photo of Genevieve Danelle, the first woman to face the firing squad in the Paris region since World War I; Photo of the wreckage of the charter aircraft which crashed at Cronk-Ny-Irey-Lhaa, I.O.M., while carrying visitors to the T.T. races; Photo of the Arab-Jew truce mediator, Count Bernadotte, approaching the Transjordan Foreign Ministry during the recent truce negotiations; Photo of military recruiting posters in Tel Aviv; Article and wonderful photos describe newly revealed ancient sanctuary in the Ceylon jungle - the revelation of Mandalagiri; Nice colour ad for Dewar's "White Label" Scotch whiskey shows case being hoisted onto oceanliner "Elizabeth,