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.
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
Prisoners-of-war being transported through Normandy : the cover of Picture Post magazine, August 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
The cover of the 16th February 1952 issue of Picture Post magazine featuring a photo of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother (1900 - 2002). This issue was published ten days after the death of King George VI. Having already gone to press at the time of the announcement of the king's death, the issue was recalled so that the first half of the magazine could be devoted to tributes to him. (Photo by IPC Magazines/Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)