Picture Post Magazine

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The cover of Picture Post magazine, featuring a British sailor eating a sandwich, October The caption reads: 'The right way to treat a submarine! Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images Magazine Pictures, Navy Sailor, Royal Navy, Life Magazine, World History, Photojournalism, World War Two, Wwii, British

The cover of Picture Post magazine, featuring a British sailor eating...

The cover of Picture Post magazine, featuring a British sailor eating a sandwich, October 1939. The caption reads: 'The right way to treat a submarine!'. Original Publication: Picture Post Cover -...

The cover of a Victory Special issue of Picture Post magazine depicting a mother and her two sons celebrating VE Day in Britain, at the end of World War II, May 1945 (published May Victory In Europe Day, Nurse Staffing, Magazine Pictures, Anniversary Pictures, Fight For Us, Persecution, Life Magazine, Photojournalism, World War Two

Patients at Horley Military Hospital, all severely wounded in France...

Patients at Horley Military Hospital, all severely wounded in France and Italy, celebrate with nursing staff on Victory in Europe Day to mark the end of European conflict in World War II, in Horley,...

Another original by me, made using MS paint, always looking for good vintage propaganda/posters to turn into Pharma Advertisements, let me know if you have any good candidates. Airplane Pilot, The Blitz, Battle Of Britain, Fighter Pilot, During The Summer, Back In The Day, World War Two, Ww2, History

P/O Keith R Gillman of No 32 Squadron RAF was the subject of a PICTURE POST magazine cover, published a week after his loss over the Channel on 25 August 1940. Photographed at RAF Hawkinge on 29 July, the 19-year-old pilot was postred in on 10 May, flying his first operational sortie on 7 June. With an Me 109 claimed on 19 July, he failed to return from combat off Dover, being their first airman lost during the summer and autumn.

Prisoners-of-war being transported through Normandy : the cover of Picture Post magazine, August The headline beneath reads 'Crossing the Orne'. Magazine Pictures, Prisoners Of War, Persecution, D Day, Normandy, Life Magazine, Vietnam War, Photojournalism, Magazine Covers

Prisoners-of-war being transported through Normandy : the cover of...

Prisoners-of-war being transported through Normandy : the cover of Picture Post magazine, 26th August 1944. The headline beneath reads 'Crossing the Orne'.

Picture Post - 16 September 1942 - Front Cover - Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) First Officer Maureen Dunlop - Maureen Dunlop de Popp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Southampton, Norfolk, Female Pilot, Hair And Makeup Artist, Women In History, Ww2 History, World War Two, Role Models, Wwii

Maureen Adele Chase Dunlop de Popp (26.10.1920|29.5.2012) née Dunlop, b. Quilmes, nr Buenos Aires of British/Australian parents, + through her dual nationality flew for the ATA during WWII. Dunlop became a covergirl when pictured pushing her hair out of her face after she left the cockpit of a Fairey Barracuda aircraft. The shot featured on the front page of Picture Post magazine in 1944, proving women could be fearless as well as glamorous, and integral to the war effort.

The cover of the February 1952 issue of Picture Post magazine featuring a photo of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother . This issue was published ten days after the death of King George VI. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images Magazine Pictures, Queen Mother, King George, British Royals, Queen Elizabeth, English Royalty, Cover, Announcement, Magazines

The cover of the 16th February 1952 issue of Picture Post magazine...

The cover of the 16th February 1952 issue of Picture Post magazine featuring a photo of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother . This issue was published ten days after the death of King George VI. Having...