The Wide World Magazine, Vol. 95, 1945

The Wide World Magazine, Vol. 95, 1945
Issue numbers: 565 – 570, April to September 1945

Stapled paperback booklets in fairly good condition. Some staples rusty and have stained pages
570: Coffee cup ‘rings’ on back cover.

Contents include:
The Cave Man, by W W Bride
Escape from Germany, by R Johnston
Marooned on the Arctic icecap, by M Priestley
The Newfoundland seal fishery, by S Comby
Britain’s test pilots, by A E Irwin
New Zealand’s greatest hoax, by F W G Miller
The tucktoo’s warning, by G K Murphy
The ‘Hung Lee’ pirates, by Lt Cdr G W Carpendale
Rio de Oro – Land of mystery, by J H Ingram
Five airmen in forbidden Tibet, by P M
Trans African taxi, by Mary Mollo
The gun runners, by R Bunyan
The taking of Gavutu, by Dana Babcock
Pearling, by Gavin Casey
Lobengula’s treasure, by Eugene van Wyk
The Laplanders of Norway, byR B Nyquist
Murmansk convoy, by F H Shaw
Entombed beneath the sea, by Webster Fawcett

Colour covers; black and white interior
170 mm x 227 mm (approx. 6.75 in x 9 in)
1945, George Newnes Ltd, London.

£7.00

1 in stock

Additional information

Weight 1.2 kg
Dimensions 26 × 20 × 4 cm