can't help you with the name of the illustrator for that particular edition of waugh but i'm pretty sure penguin issued nearly his entire works in reprints with covers by the same artist. you might trawl around amazon for "officers and gentlemen" and "unconditional surrender" - the rest of the "sword of honor" trilogy, which i maintain is his best written work. if you liked "men at arms," you really have to read the rest.
The kind proprietor of bridesheadcastle informed me that the covers were done by “Bentley/Farrell/Burnett”. There is a Flickr set here. I’m definitely going to read the rest of the trilogy. I didn’t have much luck with “Vile Bodies” or “Decline and Fall” but loved “Scoop”. “Men at Arms” was well done…and I think it’s very funny that in Britain the final installment was published as “Unconditional Surrender”, but here in the States it appeared as “The End of the Battle”.
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