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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 23, 1942 - Cover Photo-Portrait of Marshal Semen Timoshenko, Russian Commissar of Defense, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John;
1 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, May 23, 1942 - Cover Photo-Portrait of Marshal Semen Timoshenko, Russian Commissar of Defense
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 593-620. Features: Photo of Marshal Timoshenko's splendid reserves; One-page air-photo indicating bomb damage in Rostock after four-day "Blitz"; Two-pages of illustrations beneath caption "Madagascar daringly planned operations lead to the surrender of Port Diego Suarez in 48 hours; Photo of crew of the submarine "Thunderbolt" (formerly "Thetis") safely home after a year; Photo of French Aircraft-carrier "Bearn" in Martinique; Six photos from Martinique illustrated its plight of barnacled warships and derelict aircraft; Two pages with fourteen photos present "Facets of the War on the Russian Front where Spring Has Heralded New Offensives; The Russian Front Awakens - article with maps of Kharkov and the Kerch Peninsula; The Crete Battle Goes on - five photos; Two pages with twelve photos illustrating Free French Forces Fighting in the Desert Battle Zone; Centrefold illustration shows steel foundry which produced munitions in Napoleon's wars, now making steel for use against Hitler; One-page illustration of molten steel for armour-plating 'tapped' from a giant container; Photos of personalities of the week include Lieut.-Com. Hussey, Mr. Churchill before large crowd at Leeds, and racehorses Big Game and Sun Chariot; One-page illustration of lop-sided flying freak, the Luftwaffe's Blohm and Voss "141" reconnaissance monoplane; Two pages of clear photos showing British Soldiers training on obstacle course; Five photos of life in France under the Nazi heel; Five Barrage Balloon illustrations by Balloon Command artists; nice half-page ad for Tube Investments, Ltd.; Isabel Burton - A Remarkable Woman; Back cover colour ad for Johnnie Walker shows harbour view through window; more vintage ads. Minor nibble from foot of spine. This copy was never stapled. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, December 20, 1947: British-trained armed Jewish Police and the Partition Plan for Palestine, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
2 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, December 20, 1947: British-trained armed Jewish Police and the Partition Plan for Palestine
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1947 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 677-704. Features: Colour Dunlop ad inside front cover features The Mumming Plays; Cover photo of wartime munitions being scrapped for production drive; Five photos illustrate the United Nations new simultaneous interpretation system; Two pages of illustrations explain the Swedish Albatross marine expedition as it investigates seabed deposits; An account of the aims of the Albatross expedition and of the equipment used to obtain material for scientific investigation from great depths; Six-photo sequence shows an F8F Bearcat's failed attempt to land on the USS Tarawa - it ultimately crashes into the sea; Photo of road scouts delivering 800,000 signatures to the House of Commons with the aim of restoring the basic petrol ration; Photos of personalities of the week include Lord Croft, Mr. Strachey, Malcolm McCorquodale, Lord Hemmingford, H. R. Macbeth-Raeburn, M. Tristan Bernard, Sir Reginald Stubbs, Marshall Tito, Mr. Dinnyes, Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, Mr. Dimitrov of Bulgaria, Col. N. A. Filatov, Winston Churchill at Manchester Town Hall, and Arab leaders attending the Arab League Conference on Palestine at Almaza Airport; Article discusses the Marshall Plan and Mr. Molotov; Photos of Jewish Settlement Police trainees and map of the United Nations plan, dividing Palestine into a Jewish state and an Arab state, with Jerusalem and International city; Two pages of photos and text describe troops of the Arab League states, including photo of Glubb Pasha, commander of the Arab Legion of Transjordan; Two-page centrefold illustration inside the Structures Department at the Royal Aircraft Establishment where students are taught how to test aircraft components; Six illustrations show young engineers training in model making and wind tunnel testing; Five photos document the state funeral of France's great tank General Leclerc, who perished in a North African air crash; Eritrea's commission of investigation - six photos with text; Photos of the first ramjet helicopter, on ground and in flight; Photo of 12 foot diameter pipeline carrying water to generate power from the Campbell River dam in British Columbia; Photo of Sir Alan Cunningham and G. Heddingham inspecting scene of rioting and looting in the commercial centre of Jerusalem; Photo of directors and officials of Krupps, Hitler's main armament maker, on trial at Nuremberg; Two pages of photos and text describe bronzes newly found in North Honan; Review of the film "Mine Own Executioner"; Back cover colour ad for Wright's coal tar soap shows dancing Arctic seals. Above average external wear with clumsy tape repair to coverfold. Unmarked. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
3 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, May 16, 1936: Mussolini (Il Duce) Cover Photo
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Pages 843- 890. Features: Front cover photo portrait of Mussolini with King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, proclaimed Emperor of Abyssinia; Nice photo of Mrs. Amy Mollison, who made a record flight from Gravesend to the Cape of Good Hope; Photos of King Faruk returning to Cairo from England;M. Drouillet is arrested after gallant escapade in the impounded airplane of the Emperor of Abyssinia; Photo of first funeral service in an RAF plane, for aircraftman William Watkin; Photo of the car in which King Alexander and M. Barthou were assassinated being presented to Yugoslavia by France; Photo-illustrated article entitled The Doom of the Mountain Zebra; Photo of Dr. Herms' insect killing lamp; Interesting one-page photo of an unusual French military ceremony - the presentation of the standard of the 505th Regiment of tanks, at the Vannes; One-page photo of the stratosphere, "dust sphere", and the Earth's curvature - from the highest point ever reached (72,395') - taken over South Dakota during a record-breaking balloon ascent; One page photo of the highest vertical photograph ever made - South Dakota from over 13 miles above it; Two pages of photos illustrate the ongoing discovery of unexploded World War I munitions (these shells are salvaged by a French Desobusage company); Photo illustrated article on a "Mystery" tomb found intact beside the second pyramid; Large photo of huge crowd assembled to hear Mussolini announce Italy's sovereignty over Abyssinia; Photo of Mussolini presiding over the fascist Grand Council; Two pages of photos show the defeated Emperor of Abyssinia in exile - Haile Selassie and his Empress take refuge in Palestine; Photos of personalities of the week include Prince Mohamed Aly, H. G. G. Payne, Miss Beatrice Harraden, Sir Firoz Khan Noon, Edward Laurillard, Miss Jean Batten, Mr. Charles Laughton, M. Serge Lifar, Sir Alfred Watson, S. J. Camp, Louis Silken, Dr. Oswald Spengler, and the Duke of York; Page of photos of prominent figures in the inquiry into the alleged leakage of budget information; Recommended site for statue to memorialize King George; Photo inside the Moose River disaster - where the entombed man spent most of their 242 hours below ground; Photo of funeral for Mr. Magill who died in the Moose River mine disaster; Photo of the Princess of Nagode after her marriage to the Maharajah of Sirmur; Two pages of photos of birds of Galapagos; one-page Guinness ad features Alice in Wonderland motif; One-page Harrods ad features bedroom suite; Photos of the wind tunnel at Chiswick which are used to test transit buses; One-page Austin Reed men's fashion ad; Halfpage photo ad for the Alvis limousine; Back cover ad for Douglas Stuart (Stuart House of London). Faint store stamp to advertising front cover. Please note: pages 867-868 not included. One page loose but present. Moderate wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Times History of the War - Part 63, Vol. 5, November (Nov.) 2, 1915 - Ammunition: Supply and Manufacture, Correspondents of The Times
4 Correspondents of The Times The Times History of the War - Part 63, Vol. 5, November (Nov.) 2, 1915 - Ammunition: Supply and Manufacture
London The Times 1915 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Numerous black and white photographs. "...Framed with the object of producing an account of the great contest now in progress, which shall be at once popular and authoritative... An account written by men of great experience in political, military, and naval matters... Will contain a great deal of first-hand material which will be really valuable to historians of the future." - From Preface. Contents: Chapter XCIII Ammunition: Supply and Manufacture. Unmarked. Average wear. Binding intact. 
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The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, July 21st, 1915 - Third Instalment of "The War of 1920" and "England on the Brink of Revolution" By Aleister Crowley, Crowley, Aleister; Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor
5 Crowley, Aleister; Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, July 21st, 1915 - Third Instalment of "The War of 1920" and "England on the Brink of Revolution" By Aleister Crowley
New York The International Monthly 1915 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
20 pages. Features: England on the Brink of Revolution, by Aleister Crowley; Building up the Business of Human Destruction - Article II - The Factories of the Great War, by George Sylvester Viereck - how U.S. manufacturers are turning from Peaceful trade; The War of 1920 - Third Instalment; I Am An American Submarine; Germany's Generous Concessions; What Would Jesus Have Said instead of Mayor Mitchel (of Baltimore?) who called for the removal of a poster of The Organization of American Women for Strict Neutrality; A Few Words with the British Ambassador, Sir Cecil Spring-Rice; "Amusement for Adventurers" - by Dr. Edmund von Mach; Germans are Patriots and Cosmopolites (Menzel's Remarkable Prophecy in 1839), by Louis Viereck; Roumania as a Liberator, by Dr. Ervin Acel-Starnemberg; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. Covers almost loose and middle page loose but present. 
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Canadian Aviation Magazine, February 1941- Canadian Aircraft Production, Davis, Ray; Keith, Ronald A.; Jouett, Col. John H.; Jordanoff, Assen
6 Davis, Ray; Keith, Ronald A.; Jouett, Col. John H.; Jordanoff, Assen Canadian Aviation Magazine, February 1941- Canadian Aircraft Production
Toronto Maclean Publishing 1941 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Features: Cover photo of the first Canadian-built Hampden Bomber leaving Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. hangar for its first flight; Pratt & Whitney ad inside front cover; Great illustrated full-page ad for Brewster shows a great aircraft carrier scene; Nice full-page Vickers ad includes photo of a "Stranraer" - the largest aircraft ever built in Canada; Full-page ad for the Ryan ST-3; Great Wright Aircraft Engine full-page photo ad shows dozens of their large new engines in a warehouse waiting to be shipped; Nice two-page two-colour ad for Snap-On Tools shows a map with their 35 dealer branches in North America; Canada Wire & Cable ad shows their product being used by assemblers at Fairchild; The Bristol Bolingbroke Bomber-Night Fighter is Made in Canada - article with fantastic photos; When Pilots Reach the Ceiling - what the Luftwaffe has learned about the effects of altitude on men; Observations in an Avro Anson - article with photos; Great two-page two-colour photo ad for Snowgo runway snow removal equipment; Ad for teh Vega 35; Canadian Fighter Pilots Score - the story of Bader's Famous All-Canadian Squadron in the R.A.F.; There are no Miracles in Aircraft Production - the case for a great, growing industry; National Steel Car ad with photos; Canadian Aircraft Production - major feature articles; Intelligent Vigilance is check on Saboteur in aircraft production; Great two-page colour Lockheed ad boats of their stamina; Great photo ad for the National Defense Cessna AT-8; Aircraft Accessories offer Easy engine starting; Beautifully illustrated Bristol engine ad shows what appears to be a large Caribou flying over a huge ship; Text of speech by Horace T. Hunter on Courage; Great illustrated Avro ad for their Reconnaissance and Training Aircraft; Cygnet ad; Stylish ad for Bell Airacobra; T.C.A. Reports Year of Rapid Expansion; Index to advertisers; Report on Contracts Awarded by Munitions and Supply Dept; Intava ad on back cover announces their new Aviation Oils D.M.S. oils; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Clipping from page 73 has removed half the page; Covers present but free of staples, otherwise a sound vintage copy. 
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Liberty - Canada's Largest Weekly Magazine, March 7, 1942 - The Real General Douglas MacArthur, Rutledge, J.; Babson, N.; Schisgall, O.; Ware, E.; Hoyt, W.; graham, F.; Lombard, C.; St. Johns, A.; Thane, E.; Gunther, J.; Allen, R.; Pearson, D.; Nathan, G.; Dempsey; Sharpe, H.
7 Rutledge, J.; Babson, N.; Schisgall, O.; Ware, E.; Hoyt, W.; graham, F.; Lombard, C.; St. Johns, A.; Thane, E.; Gunther, J.; Allen, R.; Pearson, D.; Nathan, G.; Dempsey; Sharpe, H. Liberty - Canada's Largest Weekly Magazine, March 7, 1942 - The Real General Douglas MacArthur
Toronto Liberty Weekly of Canada 1942 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Kimmel, Lu (cover); Schucker, James; La Salle, Charles 
58 pages. Articles: Lessons From Inside London; The Real General MacArthur; Grand Curtain Lines; That Mythical 4-Minute Mile - article with photos of Les MacMitchell; Mickey Mouse's Biggest Moments - article with nice comic strips. Short Stories: The Way Things Are; Here's $800; No One's Obscure. Serials: The Private Life of the New York Yankees (part II) - the Roaring 20's; A Gallant Lady - Carole Lombard (conclusion); From This Day Forward (part 5). Ads: Victory Bonds; *Fascinating* one-page photo ad by Canada's Department of Munitions and Supply is called "Please Don't Stare at My Pants", showing a lady in pants who is involved in war production; Nice colour Coke ad on back cover shows young couple at party table with iced bottles in bowl. Average wear. Moderate external soiling. A sound vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1943 - Escape Plans of Nazi Leaders are Already Maturing, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Cornier, V.; Cunningham, L.A.; Green, H.G.; Roberts, T.G.; Albert, H.A.; Whyte, A.P.L.; Lee, Lieut. P., R.C.N.V.R.; Cox, C.; Bayne, E.G.; Heck, AW2
8 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Cornier, V.; Cunningham, L.A.; Green, H.G.; Roberts, T.G.; Albert, H.A.; Whyte, A.P.L.; Lee, Lieut. P., R.C.N.V.R.; Cox, C.; Bayne, E.G.; Heck, AW2 National Home Monthly Magazine, September (Sept.) 1943 - Escape Plans of Nazi Leaders are Already Maturing
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1943 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Phillips, John (cover); Arbuckle, Franklin; Frise; Lowthian, Louis R.; Leake, Gerald Franklin; Leake, Gerald Franklin; Green, Hamilton; Mastri, Fiore; Sutton, Michael; Diamond, Samuel; De Kammerer, Maria 
64 pages. Features: Great cover illustration by John Phillips shows lady munitions worker in pants looking at serviceman in kilt; Nice colour ad for Parker Vacumatic pens inside front cover is illustrated by Franklin Arbuckle with pastoral water pond scene; War News includes the exit of Mussolini, Marshal Badoglio's Record, and more; One-page Northern Electric ad shows fighting ship and explains their contributions to it; Wonderful half-page Pepsi ad illustrated by Frise shows kids outside shops and lovely lady; The Nazis Plan a Getaway - fascinating article on how Axis leaders plan to escape with their booty - and their lives; They Deliver the Goods - photo-illustrated article on the Services of Supply which keep fighting troops fed and equipped, with photo of Lt.-Gen. Sir W.G. Lindsell, K.C.B., K.B.E., D.S.O., M.C., in charge of Administration in the Middle-East; The Shibboleth of Von Eisenbaum (short story); "Hast Seen the White Whale?" (short nautical story); My Father and Culture (short story); Know Your Navy! - article with photos of Vice-Admiral P.W. Nelles, R.C.N., and Hon. Angus L. Macdonald, Minister of National Defense for Naval Services - explains Canada's various naval vessels; "East Block Handles That" - photo-illustrated article explains how men such as Norman Alexander Robertson, A.D.P. Heeney, Walter J. Turnbull, Dr. H.L. Keenleyside and Hume Wrong (all shown in photos) control much of Canada's important federal government policy; Home is the Sailor (short story); Little Miss Linnet - colour-illustrated poem by Phyllis Coulter; Nice one-page colour ad for GSW shows military scene and housewife in kitchen; Hollywood News; Sort article on increasing juvenile delinquency; One-page Ford Motor company shows action scene of Canada's mechanized army; Bold, Militaristic one-page ad by Hiram Walker-Dooderham & Worts shows bombs and heading "The 'Rain of Death' is deadlier because of alcohol"; One-page ad encourages readers to write letters to their loved ones fighting overseas; Canadian General Electric half-page ad says "A War Job Every Woman Can Do 'AVOID FOOD WASTE'; Woodbury Powder ad features photo of Maureen O'Hara; Nice colour Orange Crush ad; Nice one-page colour recruiting ad for the Canadian Women's Army Corps (C.W.A.C.) shows uniformed lady driving Jeep beneath caption "This is Our Battle, Too!"; Attractive half-page colour Nabisco Shredded Wheat ad features rosey-cheeked lady saying "I keep my Jim fit and on his job", above bowl of cereal with peaches; Co-ed entertaining; Very attractive half-page colour ad for Fry's Cocoa shows well-dressed mother and daughter in grocery store; Fashion illustrations; How Parents Can Help the Schoo; Tangee Lipsticks ad features lovely colour portrait of Constance Luft Huhn; 3/4-page black and white ad for Helena Rubinstein fragrances; World Sayings; Nice colour Wabasso Cottons ad inside back cover; Old Dutch Cleanser colour ad on back cover shows long row of clean bathtubs; and more. Average wear. A sound vintage copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1943 - R.A.F. Mosquitoes Sting the Axis / Canada's National War Labour Board, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Green, H.G.; Wood, K.; Blanchard, M.D.; Cox, C.; Fleetwood, J.; Bayne, E.G.; Luscombe Whyte, A.P.; Stephens, G.; Heck, AW2; et al
9 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Green, H.G.; Wood, K.; Blanchard, M.D.; Cox, C.; Fleetwood, J.; Bayne, E.G.; Luscombe Whyte, A.P.; Stephens, G.; Heck, AW2; et al National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1943 - R.A.F. Mosquitoes Sting the Axis / Canada's National War Labour Board
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1943 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Lingley, H.P. (cover photo); Clymer, John F.; Mastri, Fiore; House, Nathan 
48 pages. Features: Cute photo of skinny-dipping little girl with huge Newfoundland dog; Wartime ad by the Trans-Canada Telephone system explains how citizens must limit use of their services in favour of war activity; Monthly war news update; The Tale of the Lonesome Swine (short story); Drama in the Union Station - Canada's National War Labour Board listens to all comers as it progresses toward its goal of a workable plant for industrial peace - article with photos of Mr. Justice C.L. McTague, Chairman of the Board, Mr. Leo. Lalonde, and Mr. J.L. Cohen, K.C.; Susabelle and Stoney Joe (short story); It's a Rough Road to Rangoon; His Honour the Judge (short story); Hollywood news; Once -age recruiting ad for the WRCNS / CWAC / RCAF; Mosquitoes Sting the Axis - photo-illustrated article on the R.A.F. Mosquito, Mark 11 (Fighter Intruder); Ford Motor Company one-page ad features allied spotters observing an enemy column; Their Watchword "Be Prepared" - the Girl Guides; Nice one-page photo-illustrated Westinghouse ad entitled "The Most Powerful People In the World"; Woodbury soap ad features photos of geology student Joan Patterson of Montreal and her pilot officer fiancee; Colour Orange Crush ad; Interesting article on munitions workers meals; Canadian General Electric ad entitled "Avoid Food Waste"; Woodbury Cold Cream ad features photo of Veronica Lake; Wings on Their Feet - part 2 of a series on AW2 Heck's experiences in the Air Force; Ontario Liberal Harry Nixon; RCAF half-page recruiting ad; Highway Women - interesting article on Canadian women who have moved to Northern Canada to support its development; Kotex ad includes illustration of lady building planee; World Sayings; Great colour-photo Coke ad inside back cover shows men working in heavy industry; Nice colour back cover recruiting ad for Canadian Women's Army Corps (C.W.A.C.); and more. Faint pencil name atop front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A qualilty copy of this excellent vintage issue. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1942 - Hounds in Harness / The War of Axis Lies / Government of Canada Ad Says Men Must Pick Up Their Guns and Fight!, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; McGraw, M.H.; Walters, C.L.; Cleaver, H.; Scott, W.; Thornbill, M.; Albert, H.A.; Murray, D.; Bayne, E.G.; Trimble, A.C.; France, B.; Et al
10 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; McGraw, M.H.; Walters, C.L.; Cleaver, H.; Scott, W.; Thornbill, M.; Albert, H.A.; Murray, D.; Bayne, E.G.; Trimble, A.C.; France, B.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1942 - Hounds in Harness / The War of Axis Lies / Government of Canada Ad Says Men Must Pick Up Their Guns and Fight!
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Schultz, W.K.; Warner, Charles; Berger, David; Jousset, D.A.; Brown, George; 
60 pages. Features: Marvelous colour ad for the Banff Springs Hotel inside front cover; Nice Anaconda ad shows factory worker with lunch bucket heading to work beneath caption "Night Fighter"; News digest includes 'Failure of Sir Stafford Cripps', 'India is like old Eire', 'Next step in India', 'Arch-traitor Pierry Laval returns to Vichy'; Trans-Canada Telephone System one-page ad encourages readers to call 'station-to-station' rather than 'person-to-person' to preserve wartime bandwidth; Editorial discusses cutting frills; One-page ad sponsored by Canadian Industry spells out their contribution to the Canadian war effort; Love Comes to the Wedding; Hounds in Harness - great photo-illustrated article explains many uses of dogs for man's service; Green Cedars (short story); The War of Axis Lies - great article on war disinformation, with samples of doctored photos used to mislead viewers; Anything but Backward (short story); The Body in the Box (short story); Motors on the Warpath - photo-illustrated article on General Motors and its huge contribution to Canada's war effort, including photo of General McNaughton inspecting vehicle at Oshawa plant; Great one-page illustrated ad for the Department of Munitions and Supply for Canada shows brave pioneer farmers reaching for their muskets to defend against enemies (whereas current governments would probably refer to such men as terrorists); One-page Westinghouse ad oultines ways to save energy in the home, leaving more for war production; "What's Cookin' in Hollywood' - article with photos of Hedy La Marr, Judy Garland, Ruth Hussey, Tyrone Power and Marsha Hunt cooking in their kitchens; Ads featuring photos of Miss Betty Cordon and Paulette Goddard; Photo and write-up of Rise Stevens; Preparing for Parenthood - article; On the Kitchen Front - article about open air meals, long cool drinks, eggs and what you can do with them, bread, and the roast of the month; Beauty and Fashions article; Canadian General Electric ad features "A Victory Diet"; Quotes from around the world; National War Finance Committee ad for War Savings Stamps inside back cover features lady 'loading a rifle by licking a stamp'; *Sensational* wartime colour Coke ad on back cover shows bottle being held by muscular arm with sleeve rolled up and coveralls; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1942 - Hitler's Shadow Over South America / Lisbon - Capital of Intrigue, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Titus, H.; Kirk, R.G.; Jackson, S.; Ellerbe, A. & P.; Strasser, Otto; Thornhill, M.; Clay, C.; Jaeckel, L.E.; Bayne, E.G.; Et al
11 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Titus, H.; Kirk, R.G.; Jackson, S.; Ellerbe, A. & P.; Strasser, Otto; Thornhill, M.; Clay, C.; Jaeckel, L.E.; Bayne, E.G.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1942 - Hitler's Shadow Over South America / Lisbon - Capital of Intrigue
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Gray, Corinne; Warner, Charles F.; Adair, John; Holmgren, John; Clymer, John F. 
60 pages. Features: Classic black and white photo ad inside front cover for the Department of Munitions and Supply for Canada encourages readers not to stare at female war-effort workers wearing pants; News digest topics include conscription as 'total' war, why a plebescite?, an embarassing pledge, and more; Fleischmann's Yeast one-page ad shows hungry Europeans contrasted with well-fed Canadians; Hitler's Shadow over South America - article by Otto Strasser; Britain's Propaganda Agent No. 1 - Big Ben - photo-illustrated article on big bells and their importance; Hang on to Your Hat (short story); The River Brethren (short story); Assignment in Monte Carlo (short story); Canada Gets Scrappy with Scrap - scrap metal is used to support the war effort; Lisbon - Capital of Intrigue - fascinating photo-illustrated article on counter-espionage work in Portugal; Incurable (short story); India - war-related photos at home and abroad, including the Maharaja of Jodhpur, the Maharaja of Gwalior, the Maharaja of Patiala, and Begum Shah Nawaz; Vintage half-page ad by this publication offers bicycle 'Make-a-Lite Generator' to children who sell subscriptions; Appraisal of the best screen voices - article with photos of Conrad Veidt, Merle Oberon, and others; Pepsodent ad features photos of twins Lucille and Lorayne Usack; Woodbury ads feature photos of Bette de Lesseps of Toronto and actress Laraine Day; Article from the Kitchen suggests savings to 'help lick Hitler'; Fashion illustrations; Article on Canadian women; Photo of kissing children submitted by Mrs. J.B. Foster of Sexsmith, Alberta; Hollywood Patterns ad inside back cover lists the 600 outlets nationwide where their products are solf; Back cover Victory Bonds ad for the National War Finance Committee shows man looking in the mirror; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1942 - Gracie Fields / Toronto Maple Leafs / Science - Secret Weapon of the Soviets / Victory Bonds Centrefold Ad, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Wire, H.C.; Kyne, P.B.; Shields, F.; Walters, C.L.; Carter, H.D.; Roxborough, H.H.; Eayrs, C.; Bayne, E.G.; Thompson, F.; Henderson, V.; Et al
12 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Wire, H.C.; Kyne, P.B.; Shields, F.; Walters, C.L.; Carter, H.D.; Roxborough, H.H.; Eayrs, C.; Bayne, E.G.; Thompson, F.; Henderson, V.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, February (Feb.) 1942 - Gracie Fields / Toronto Maple Leafs / Science - Secret Weapon of the Soviets / Victory Bonds Centrefold Ad
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1942 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Smith, Hall (cover illustration); Wills, William; House, Nathan; Mastri, Fiore; Burke, May C. 
56 pages. Features: News digest includes 'Invasion Prospects', 'The Fuehrer's Necessity', Setting the Far East Ablaze', and more; Nice photo-illustrated ad by the Department of Munitions and Supply for Canada shows woman pondering joining the workforce; Science - Secret Weapon of the Soviets - article with photo of the Dickstein sisters at the Medical Institute at Rostove-on-Don, and Professor Lepeshinskaya; Jungle Flight (short story); Master Mariner (short story); Hockey's Maple Leafs Didn't Grow on Trees - article in the Toronto Maple Leafs with photos of Conn Smythe, Hank Goldup, goalie Bastien, and a Leafs-Bruins 1941 playoff game; Gracie Fields - The Highest Paid Artist in the World - photo-illustrated article; The Peace and the Quiet; A Man Comes Home; Salute to Seventy - article with photos of C. Aubrey Smith, Donald Meek, May Robson, Frank Morgan, Edward Everett Horton, Anne Bauchens, Hobart Bosworth, Wallace Beery and Lewis Stone; Fleischmann's Yeast one-page ad features illustration of pathetic Europeans lined up for food, in contrast to Canadian family eating feast; Dominion Textile ad includes illustrations of servicemen; Colgate ad includes illustration of the Dionne Quintuplets marching in military style, with inset illustration of their doctor, Allan R. Dafoe; Woodbury Cold Cream ad features photo of Ilona Massey; Excellent Victory Bonds centrefold ad features world map with silhouettes of Japanese and German soldiers menacing North America from west and east respectively, and states 'The War is at our Door"; Article "On the Kitchen Front" covers tea time entertaining, inexpensive meat recipes, lesser-known pickles, an overseas recipe and the roast of the month; Rare colour ad for Canadian canned lobster, sponsored by the Canadian Department of Fisheries; Fashion article and illustrations; Photo of girl who ate too many chocolates, submitted by W.R. Wilson of Sudbury, Ontario; Quotes from around the world; H.J. Heinz ad inside back cover features illustration of hand-logging scene and horses hauling huge logs; Back cover colour Coke ad shows bottle in one hand and wrench in the other; and more. Unmarked with heavy external wear and archival-tape repairs to coverfold. Not pretty but a worthy reading copy of this excellent wartime issue. 
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Farmer's Magazine, June, 1942, Volume XXXIX, No. 6 - Devoted to the Interests of Agriculture in Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes, Stoltz, E.H.; Hodge, C.H.; Gunter, E.P.; Wallsh, George E.; Gray, Lillian C.; Et al
13 Stoltz, E.H.; Hodge, C.H.; Gunter, E.P.; Wallsh, George E.; Gray, Lillian C.; Et al Farmer's Magazine, June, 1942, Volume XXXIX, No. 6 - Devoted to the Interests of Agriculture in Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes
Toronto Consolidated Press Limited 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Woods, Rex (cover art); Sinclair, Chris H.; Good, A. 
56 pages. Features: Rex Woods cover illustration features WWII sailor dancing with attractive blonde; Drying Eggs - a new war industry - article with photo of egg drying room in Trenton plant of the Canadian Doughnut Co.; Are Farmers Indifferent? - article with photos of the homesteads of Orley Shaw near Forest, ON, and K.M. Betzner of R.R.2 Waterloo, ON; Farmers of the Lower Saint John - article with photos of the Fox and Dingee homesteads of Gagetown, N.B.; Treasure of a Derelict (fiction); Storm Tide (fiction); Fascinating half-page ad by the Department of Munitions and Supply says "Drastic New Regulations Are Now In Effect" restricting sales of new and used tires, tubes and retreading services; Half-page ad for Findlay Ranges of Carleton Place, ON shows military scene and housewife saying she can wait for her range in order to provide metal to the military; An Army Without Banners - article explains how women are producing food at home to supply the military, with photos of Beth Kellington and Mrs. Will Hewlett of the Stouffville district in York County; Photo-illustrated article on the 1942 Kemptville Conference of the Women's Institutes; Aunt Helen's Boys and Girls; Illustrated half-page ad by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario says WWII is "A War of Steel and Electricity"; Nice photo of horse-drawn hay wagon in action on the Cotton farm near Orillia; Photo of Wallace Knapp of Galt, Ontario on horse-drawn potato planter; Photo of young John McTaggart feeding lamb at the Don Head Farm in Richmond, Hill; Photos of prize animals owned by Featherstone Bros. of Oakville, Haas Bros. of Paris, Byron Rath of Mossley, J.R. Beattie of Aurora, R. Norman Hogg of Uxbridge, and Alfred Bagg of Edgeley; Poultry section includes photo of chicken 'apartment building' of Dr. D.F. McKinley of Unionville, ON; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label remnant on front cover. Five-inch diameter hole neatly cut from back cover, otherwise a sound vintage copy of this fascinating wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, July 3, 1943, Various Contributors
14 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, Saturday, July 3, 1943
London The Illustrated London News 1943 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
28 pages. Features: The Elimination of Dusseldorf as a Munitions Centre - Large dramatic aerial photo plus two more photos and map; Chungking's Parachute Tower - youngsters train in the use of parachutes - four photos; Photos of the King's Visit to North Africa; Photos of His Majesty at Tripoli - he meets Montgomery and his desert victors; Photos of the King in Malta - enthusiastic scenes on the George Cross Island; On Captured Lampedusa - scenes from the fallen Italian Island; Photos of bombing of the Huls German synthetic rubber factory; Russia after Two Years of Battle - article by Cyril Falls with three photos; Photos of The Russian Army in the field - well-equipped, and of high morale; Centerfold illustration of a full-dress rehearsal for a larger-scale invasion - combined operations' synchronised assault on Pantellaria; Photos inside a U.S. Submarine; Photos of personalities in the news - R.B. Stannard, V.C., Arthur F. Richards, Dr. Wellington Koo, Subadar Lal Bahadur Thapa; Illustrations of the new "Woolworth Carriers"; R.A.F. Crests for U.S. Squadrons; Photos of Triumphant parades in Egypt; Photo of the impressive underground hangars at Pantellaria; Photos of Peterhof - The Tsar's Famous Summer Palace; Nice two-page display of the regimental badges of some British Army Units which took part in the victorious North African campaign; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, July 14th, 1915 - William Randolph Hearst Cover Photo - He Led This Country Into One War - he Has Helped to Keep it Out of Another, Plus: The War of 1920 - 2nd Instalment, Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor
15 Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, July 14th, 1915 - William Randolph Hearst Cover Photo - He Led This Country Into One War - he Has Helped to Keep it Out of Another, Plus: The War of 1920 - 2nd Instalment
New York The International Monthly 1915 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
20 pages. Features: The Trade in the Tools of Death, by George Sylvester Viereck - an account of the tremendous development of the manufacture of munitions of war in the United States showing how this country, allegedly neutral, is helping to prolong the European conflict by furnishing firearms and explosive to the British Allies; Cartoon by A. Staehle shows the Prince of Peace coming out of Bethlehem, Palestine, and hell going out of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in the form of munitions on railcars; White List - A list of some companies what have refused to manufacture arms and ammunition and ammunition-related manufacturing machinery; Money From Death - a partial list of American companies engaged in the manufacture of munitions of war; Victory - In Battle and in Balkan Diplomacy; The War of 1920 - 2nd Instalment; The Ocean Travelers' Suicide Club; Arm the German Ships in New York Harbor; The Cleveland Automatic Company and the New York Times - poison shrapnel being provided to the Allies; Mr. Pulitzer in Looking-Glass Land - he seems to exist in a land where everything is the reverse of the truth; The Verdict - Guilty! - England on the Witness Stand; Spring's Awakening in Berlin, by Louis Viereck; Ad for Kaffee Hag on back cover; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. Covers loose but present, otherwise a sound copy. 
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The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, June 2nd, 1915 - Cover Illustration of General Von Der Goltz - Who is Helping the Turks Make the Dardanelles Impregnable, Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor
16 Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, June 2nd, 1915 - Cover Illustration of General Von Der Goltz - Who is Helping the Turks Make the Dardanelles Impregnable
New York The International Monthly 1915 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
16 pages. Features: Wonderful full-age photo-illustrated ad for Interlaken Summer Camp for Boys, La Porte County, Indiana, inside front cover; The Vilest Crime of the Ages - The movement to discredit the Germans at home as well as the German element in this country; An Obsolete Jeffersonian Doctrine - the right to traffic in munitions of war with belligerent nations; Did the Lusitania carry cargo like this? - The Cleveland Automatic Company's high explsive shells break into smaller pieces which are poisonous and will painfully kill victims in four hours without immediate treatment - an ad for these shells from the 'American Machinist' is reproduced here; The German Army as a National Backbone, by Frank Koester; $16,000,000 "Neutrality"; Let Sir Richard Crawford Pack his Trunks; Some "English Outrages"; The New York Herald Admits the Truth; Italy's Entry into the War; American Neutrality a Myth; English Poisonous Gases; British Cabinet Breaking; Gas Bombs used by the English and French; News from Germany; Kaffee Hag ad on back cover; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. Binding intact. Three-inch opening to bottom of coverfold, otherwise a sound copy. 
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The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, September 15th, 1915 - Cover Illustration of U.S. Senator G.M.  Hitchcock - The Fearless Defender of Humanity Against the Traffic in Murder/Wall Street's British Gold Plot/The War of 1920, Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor
17 Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, September 15th, 1915 - Cover Illustration of U.S. Senator G.M. Hitchcock - The Fearless Defender of Humanity Against the Traffic in Murder/Wall Street's British Gold Plot/The War of 1920
New York The International Monthly 1915 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 93-108 (16 pages in this issue). Features: Why the Money Trust Wants War - Part IV, by Charles A. Collman - connections betwen Trust companies and munitions makers; President Wilson Should Take Counsel Against England Also for Violated Dignity, by William Bayard Hale; The War of 1920 (continued); United States Senator G.M. Hitchcock's Plea for an Embargo on Arms; Bravo Dr. Dumba!; The Sinking of the Hesperian - False Flag Attack?; Credit Where Credit is Due - President Wilson has resisted the demands of the war manufacturers to join the war; Pope Benedict renews his efforts to restore peace; Professor John A Walz Endorses this publication; News from Germany - floating hospitals; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, September 8th, 1915 - Why the Money Trust Wants War, Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor
18 Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, September 8th, 1915 - Why the Money Trust Wants War
New York The International Monthly 1915 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 77-92 (16 in this issue). Features: Why the Money Trust Wants War - The Curtain Raised on Wall Street's Underworld, by Charles A. Collman - includes charts linking large American companies and industrialists with munitions production; The Case of F.X. Weinschenk, by J.X. Resch - Mr. Weinschenk was sent to an insane asylum after sending letters to the White House; England's Interference with Our Trade - Upward of 2,000 American cargoes, involving millions of dollars, held up or confiscated - includes an extensive list of ships; German Sympathizers, Roosevelt and Others, by Frederick Franklin Schrader; The Friends of Peace Make History, by Rutledge Rutherford; England's Growing Financial Decline; Mr. Hearst's Paper Pleads for Real Americanism - "Are we an independent nation, or an English colony?"; Napoleon Bonaparte's Indictment of England; Bryan and Roosevelt; The Resignation of the English Naval Board in Greece; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. Opening to bottom end of coverfold otherwise a sound copy. 
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The Great War Magazine - Part 60: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict (World War 1/One)  October 9th, 1915, Wilson, H.W.: Editor
19 Wilson, H.W.: Editor The Great War Magazine - Part 60: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict (World War 1/One) October 9th, 1915
London Amalgamated Press 1915 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover portrait of Admiral Sir Percy M. Scott, K.C.B., K.C.V.O. The War and the Worker - The Battles Round Hooge. The Battle of Rue D'ouvert and Stoney Mountain and the Struggle for Round Hooge. Photos and Illustrations: periscope attachment for rifles in action; 4-photo montage of England's youth making bombs; full-page photo of French troops removing their dead and wounded from a trench in Argoonne; Full-page photo portrait of Rear-Admiral Charles Lionel Vaughan-Lee; Centerfold depicts munitions-making in England; multiple photos of anti-poison gas masks worn by allied troops; Flanders crater photo; Photo of captured German 'Flammenwerfer' or flamethrower/projector in use; and more. Sound unmarked copy with moderate wear. 
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The Great War Magazine - Part 67: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict (World War 1/One)  November 27th, 1915, Wilson, H.W.: Editor
20 Wilson, H.W.: Editor The Great War Magazine - Part 67: The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict (World War 1/One) November 27th, 1915
London Amalgamated Press 1915 First Edition Paperback Fair Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover portrait of Brigadier-General Charles Macpherson Dobell. The conquest of Togoland and the Cameroon. The Breaking of the Russian Fortress Line. The New Cabinet and its work - Politics and Munitions. Photos/Illustrations: Photo Montage of Czar Nicholas II; the building of munitions; Centerfold photos of King George at the front; The fall of Garua; and more. Covers secured by tape. Average wear. Unmarked. 
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