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The Illustrated London News (ILN), October (Oct.) 3, 1942 - The Siege of Stalingrad, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
1 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), October (Oct.) 3, 1942 - The Siege of Stalingrad
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 365-392. Features: Nice colour B.S.A. one-page ad shows 'dicycle' being driven down boardroom table(!); Cover photo of 6-inch gun captured intact after Rommel's retreat; One page with six photos closely displaying the captured 6-inch gun; Photos of new German gun's muzzle break; Photos of signs in the North African desert; Three photos of General De Gaulle with fighting French forces in the Middle East; The Desert's Dusty Face (article with three dust storm photos); One-page aerial photo of Gialo Oasis - Italian Desert base raided by British Mobile Force; Russia Fighting On (article); Three interesting pages of graphics present household energy-consuming devices and their rates of fuel consumption, how households typically consume energy, and how to keep weekly track of fuel consumption - including instructions to read electricity and gas meters; Two pages with twelve dramatic photos of action in Stalingrad and on the Caucasus Front; Amazing centrefold aerial photo of Stalingrad under siege, showing fires raging in famous factories used as fortresses; Three photos from the New Guinea Front; Three photos of U-boat - going, going, gone; Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Kaiser at launching of one of his "Liberty" ships - build in 10 days; Photo of crowd of Japanese waiting on the Quayside at Lourenco Marques to board a repatriation ship; Air photo of bombs exploding on deck of whale-oil ship in dock at Cherbourg during "Boston" bomber attack; Two photos of attacks on German positions in Norway; Fascinating page of drawings of shoe styles illustrate "A new phase in modern warfare - both in England and France wood is now being used instead of leather for the soles of shoes; Six nice photos of women's fashions, 1942-1943; Thirteen photos of personalities of the week include Sq. Ldr. D.A.G. Parry, Wendell Willkie in Moscow with Stalin, Lieut.-Colonel Beckles Wilson, and Prebendary Carlile; Nice back cover colour ad for Dewar's White Label Scotch Whisky shows chess game in progress. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), September (Sept.) 26, 1942 - The Wreckage of Rommel's Defeat, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
2 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), September (Sept.) 26, 1942 - The Wreckage of Rommel's Defeat
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 337-364. Features: Cover photo of Winston Churchill watching a parade of heavy infantry tanks named after him; Photos of Wendell Willkie visiting our forward positions in Egypt; Two pages of devastation - the wreckage left behind after Rommel's forced retreat from the Western Desert; Page of desert photos including German POWs, a 'sticky' bomb, minesweeping and Communion for the wounded; One-page illustration of deserted village in East Anglia; The Position of Madagascar - article; Six photos of tanks and their landing craft; Malta "Island Fortress of Heroism" Receives her George Cross - six photos of the pomp and ceremony; Photo of the "Wakefield" ablaze, and photo of her passengers on deck awaiting rescue; Photo of FDR beside large Japanese flag - which he refused to touch; Photos of H.M. destroyer "Zulu" and flying-boat "Clare", both lost; Twelve photos from the Russian Front; Centrefold map of Australia, "Japan's Main Objective in the Pacific"; Six Photos of the last moments of the "Yorktown", sunk off Midway Island; Photos of ten personalities of the week include Commander E.P. Tomkinson, General Von Kleist, Admiral Sir William James, Lieut. Cutler, V.C. (of Australia), and Sergt. Murray Smythe, V.C. with Major-General Dan Pienaar; Three aerial photos of Rouen after first raid by U.S. "Fortresses"; Photos of London's evacuated statues; Four large before and after photos of Dusseldorf after raid of September 10; Victory Through Air Power (article); Five photos of Marines vigorously training; Four photos of U.S. Troops learning to swim through seas of blazing oil; One-page illustration of British naval losses since the war's outbreak, from capital ships to submarines; Six illustrations of the life of British War Prisoners in Germany; Sixteen portraits of war prisoners in Oflag VIe, by Lt. J.F. Watton; vintage ads. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Liberty Magazine, August 10, 1940 *Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron*, Multiple Contributors
3 Multiple Contributors Liberty Magazine, August 10, 1940 *Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron*
Toronto Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
52 pages. Cover illustration by J.F. Kernan shows golfer bending down to pluck a four-leaf clover; Contents: Editorial by Joseph Lister Rutledge argues that the Allies will will WWII if everyone performs; My Love Affair with Mussolini, by Magda Fontanges - Part One; Fifth (5th) Column in California - Will the Japanese Blitzkrieg Strike at the U.S.A.? - Jerry D. Lewis argues that Japanese-American fishermen in California pose a security threat to the nation; Flames Without Heat, by Margaret E. Sangster; 40 question theater quiz by George Jean Nathan; Golf is a Goofy Game, by Richards Vidmer; Beppo, by Jane Magill; A World Well Lost, by Alice Douglas Kelly; Lifebuoy soap ad presents scientific facts about 'B.O.'; The Man Behind a Miracle - a vivid look at Wendell Willkie, by Bernarr Macfadden; Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron - a revealing picture of the man who is finding Great Britain's war planes, by Kim Beattie; Money Talks - Part 10, by Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr.; Did Stalin Poison Lenin?, by Leon Trotsky; Song... and 1780, by Beverly Hills; Alice Faye appears in Lux soap ad; To the Ladies, by Princess Alexandra Kropotkin; The War Days of Queen Elizabeth - part 2, by Mavis Cox - the stirring chronicle of a woman's royal courage; The Deserted Village - Hollywood, by Frederick Lewis; Who Killed This Woman?, by Harriette Ashbrook - Part 3; Ad for Odo-Ro-No deodorant; A Visitor Goes Away and Dies, by Fulton Oursler; Ad inside back cover promotes Liberty Magazine and the Chateau Frontenac Hotel in Quebec City; Nice colour ad on back cover for Mercury Mills Limited, Hamilton. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, April 17, 1944 *COVER PHOTO OF H.R.H. PRINCESS ELIZABETH ALEXANDRA MARY*, Multiple Contributors
4 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, April 17, 1944 *COVER PHOTO OF H.R.H. PRINCESS ELIZABETH ALEXANDRA MARY*
USA Newsweek 1944 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: Nash-Kelvinator military ad in color inside front cover; Ad for the Chrysler Sea Mule; Dewey triumph poses question - will Willkie bolt from party?; Hull's speech attempts to divorce politics from our foreign policy; Gun Play in Wichita - Bargel K. Stanley holds police off for an hour; Prelude to Torture - Jap Propaganda in Pictures - 3 pages reprinted from a mysterious undated English-language publication called 'Freedom' put out in Shanghai - "... these pictures show the great score the American people still have to score with the little men across the Pacific."; Navy Raids on Palau and Yap uncover secrets of Jap bases - old Sea Dogs are excited by size of U.S. attack force and nearness of Philippines; Photo of landing strip construction in China - 300,000 Chinese workers and 100,000 hand-made wheelbarrows have been conscripted to this end; British Rocket Battery - photo and article; Elizabeth, the future Queen of world's soundest monarchy; De Gaulle Triumph - finally becoming No. 1 Frenchman, he takes in reds - on his terms; Great photo of Curtiss Helldivers under construction at a new Fort William, Ontario plant which will produce for the U.S. Navy; SWPA starts setting policy on sale of surplus war goods; Andrew F. Howe, owner of 100 patents, finally settles with General Steel Castings for over $1 million; Trappist monks set up in Conyers, Georgia. Above-average wear. All pages stained to varying degrees, presumably by water - all text legible. A worthy reference copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, January 17, 1944 *COVER PHOTO OF CZECHS WHO FIGHT WITH STALIN*, Multiple Contributors
5 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, January 17, 1944 *COVER PHOTO OF CZECHS WHO FIGHT WITH STALIN*
USA Newsweek 1944 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: Consolidated Vultee Aircraft - interesting 2-page ad; McDonnell Aircraft Corporation - color ad; Gathered 'somewhere in London,' chiefs map course of invasion; photo of Japanese and Nazi officers watching German maneuvers ; Sir Oliver Leese - New Eighth Commander; Preparing to soften up the Marshall Islands; Poland's stormy history repeats in boundary dispute with Russia - Soviet's proposal for return to Curzon Line and her attack on Willkie tax Allied amity; Danish Martyr - Rev. Kaj Munk spoke his mind, then paid the dread Nazi price; Photo of Hitler with Bulgarian leaders; Camel cigarettes - great color ad!; Behind Pravda's attack on Willkie; Kodak film - military color ad; Firestone - color centerfold; Freya Stark - British Agent; Allies have secret weapon too - mysterious Jay-Pee Superplane - article with cutaway drawing; Grumman Trinity - Navy's ace combat plane makers build a colossus from $17,000 start; Surprise U.S. suit against 'cartels' baffles both British and Americans; Photo and story about Howie Morenz Jr.; Schlitz Beer - color ad; Great War Bonds ad featuring General MacArthur. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Newsweek Magazine, January 24, 1944 *JFK HOME FOR 30 DAYS OF LEAVE*, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors Newsweek Magazine, January 24, 1944 *JFK HOME FOR 30 DAYS OF LEAVE*
USA Newsweek 1944 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Contents: Caterpillar Diesel ad - They pushed back the sea at Port Moresby; drawing of a very primitive snowmobile as part of an electric power company ad; Photo of JFK - he returned to Los Angeles for a leave after 11 months of fighting in the Pacific; Greatest battle of air weighs U.S. Bombers vs. Nazi industry - but Germans still produce - meanwhile Eisenhower begins speeding D Day preparations; Mustang, aviation's ugly duckling, becomes a top long-range fighter; The outlook in the Battle of Russia - by Maj. Gen. Paul B. Malone; Bid for Burma; Nazis seem to plan Ukraine stand despite red encirclement tactics; Why our Italian campaign is so tough; Enveloping Rabaul; Reds keep Curzon Line the issue in rejecting Polish conference - Pravda story of British offer of separate German peace injects new note in Allied relations; Lucky Strike cigarettes - attractive color ad; chart showing FDR's 12 budgets - reflect massive spending increases of WW II; Riddles of contract termination hold key to postwar prosperity; Nice military Oldsmobile/GM ad; Hereford T.Royal Rupert sells for record $38,000; A harbinger of things to come - photo of 5 Mexicans, wearing native hats and panchos (!), brought to New Haven to shovel snow due to manpower shortage; Photos and article on Bronko Nagurski; Kinsey Whiskey - nice color ad; Leadership in Merchant Shipping presents U.S. with big problem - is subsidy war inevitable or can world powers co-operate to ease trade competition. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality copy. 
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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance: February 24, 1941 - Cover Photo of American Machine Tools - The Heart of Her Defense, Pratt, William V.; Fuqua Stephen O.
7 Pratt, William V.; Fuqua Stephen O. Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance: February 24, 1941 - Cover Photo of American Machine Tools - The Heart of Her Defense
Dayton, Ohio, USA Weekly Publications 1941 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
72 pages. Features: 1941 Ford car ad inside front cover shows food market scene and mentions their amazing Rouge Plant; Jones & Laughlin Steel ad; Douglas Aircraft ad presents the world's largest bomber, the B-19; Nice one-page two color ad promotes the February 22, 1941 issue of the Saturday Evening Post, including photo of Leta Cromwell who purchased a large island in the Bahamas; Brief obituaries for Donna Damerel, Swagar Sherley and Lady Chamberlain; War among Republicans over Willkie's Stand; Great one-page two-color ad for New International Trucks features a yellow and grey model; Lend-Lease Debate; Everett Scott's dog dies after he is called to the Army; Hitler Corrals Balkan States; Nice one-page color-photo ad for American Cyanamid features black lady picking cotton; Lots of war news; Fantastic one-page color Cadillac ad with large image of front grill; Edwin Ezell Orbison of Sacramento killed in action; Nice one-page ad for Vultee Aircraft, Inc.; America's Machine-Tool Industry; Nice Buick ad features the Special 4-dr Sedan, Model 47; Fantastic Oldsmobile color-photo ad features lady driving car with Hydra-Matic Drive - no clutch!; Nice color ad for Calvert Whiskey features the Cinnamon Bear; Great coverage of the construction of Fort Leonard Wood in the Ozarks - with photos; The Snuff business - with photos of how to sneeze or daub it (gross); Photo of Date Queen, Jacqueline Lambert; Nice one-page Pullman ad shows businessman waking up in his spacious bed aboard a train; Billiard Wizard Willie Hoppe; Nice photo ad for Briggs pipe tobacco shows grandchild asleep in Grandpa's lap; "Belgium has a worm interest in Negroes"; Photo of Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick; Very attractive color-photo ad for Monsanto Plastics inside back cover promotes their Opalon plastic and a bright red radio made of the material; and much more. Average wear and external soiling. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, November (Nov.) 1942 - Canada's Food Industries at War / Canadian Air Cadets, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Cunningham, L.A.; Valensi, Marion; Mason, L.; Ellerbe, Paul; Roxborough, H.H.; Carter, D.; MacLaren, D.R.; Bayne, E.G.; Thompson, F.; Et al
8 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Cunningham, L.A.; Valensi, Marion; Mason, L.; Ellerbe, Paul; Roxborough, H.H.; Carter, D.; MacLaren, D.R.; Bayne, E.G.; Thompson, F.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, November (Nov.) 1942 - Canada's Food Industries at War / Canadian Air Cadets
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Smith, Hall (cover); Warner, Charles; Franklin, Gerry; Quigley, Ray; Carstairs, Alan 
68 pages. Features: Ford Motor Company ad inside front cover illustrates their manufacture of war materials; News digest includes the war in the air, an aerial 'second front', the Wendell Willkie Reports, and no 'fifth column' in Moscow; Editorial on the overseas cigarette muddle; Lew Hayman Looks at Football Stars - photo-illustrated article documents the outstanding players of the last decade; Fantastic Tomorrow - futuristic illustrated article on designs/architecture of tomorrow; Swan Song in Satin (short story); He Would Know About Beezy (short story); I Once Had a Heart (short story); Canada's Airlined Youth - photo-illustrated article on the training of Canadian Air Cadets, including photos of Air Marshal W.A. Bishop and Wing Commander D.R. (Don) MacLaren; A Man's Castle (short story); Hollywood news and photos; Land of Wish-It-Were (poem by a grasshopper); Prestone anti-freeze one-page ad includes nice illustration of horse-drawn sleigh; Canadian General Electric ad says "Eat Right... Keep Right"; Royal Canadian Air Force (R.C.A.F.) Air Crew one-page recruiting ad shows "A Veteran at 20!"; Rare one-page Canada Starch company one-page ad features article of saluting housewife in apron and title "Canada's Housoldiers are Serving the Nation"; Woodbury Soap one-page ad features photos of Betty Cordon; Pepsodent ad features photos of drum majorettes Charlene and Shirley; Beautiful one-page colour-photo-illustrated Woodbury Cold Cream ad features Ilona Massey in bed; Article on beauty and fashions; Woodbury Powder one-page ad features nice colour photo of Georgia Carroll; Fashion illustrations; Quotes from around the world; Colour Victory Bond ad inside back cover with title "Mother Budgets Our Future Now"; Nice back cover colour ad for Wabasso Cottons. and more. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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