Hammerton(ed.), John - The War Illustrated No. 218: October 26 1945. Volume 9. Amalgamated Press.
Contents (page headings): Are We in Japan for Long? by Charles Gwynn; Change-Over of Roles at Recaptured Singapore, photo story; British Army of the Rhine where Nazis Trained, photo story; Great Deads of Little Ships by Francis E. McMurtrie; Hard-Worked British Minesweepers Still Bu;sy Ridding the Troubled Seas of Hidden Death; How the Captives Fared in Sumatra and Siam, picture story; Tokyo Settles Down Under Allied Occupation, picture story; Not It Can Be Told! Man-Made Islands and Floating Bridges; Singapore Re-Occupation planned in 1942; The Night that London's Tower Wasw Bombed; Our Swimming Tanks Took them by Rusprise!; Navy at Hongkong Rounds-up Jap Suicide Crews, photo story; These Floating Chariots Meant Doom to Germany as they Carried Assult Troops Deep into Europe, picture story; Tokyo As It Is and As It Was, 2 airel photos; The Fateful Road to Rome by Hamilton Fyfe; In the Low Countries Now War's Tumult is Over, picture story; Britain's Front-Line Mayors Keep a Calais Date, picture story; More Bones of Contention in Central Europe! (Teschen); Kirkby Explosion Heroes Awarded George Medals (Royal Ordnance Factory, Nottinghamshire); I Was There! (We Toiled 17 Hours a Day in Siamese Jungle (Japanese POWs); Smiling Men of Nagoya Plan a Jap Come-Back; We Thought this Day would Never Come (Janapnese POWs); I Was a Prisoner Where Men Died Like FLies (British captured spy in Buchenwald); RAF to FLy them Home by Norman Macmillan; Editorial; In Britain Now: Helpins Our Ex-Servicemen, photo story. 11" x 8¾", 32pp, magazine. Illustrted in monochrome with photographs (centrefold reproduced photogravure).
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