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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro, Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J.
1 Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Seavey, Paul Franklin; Johnson, Harlan; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: When Old Salem Hunted Witches - men and women were put to death on the accusation of little children; The Man Who Fights Alone - "The Cop is the World's Greatest Warrior" - article with statistics of policemen killed on the job; Why I Left New York (part 1) - a middle westerner moves there but is in conflict with its alien atmosphere; Who Pays for Our Radio Programs? - noted economics author explains how national advertisers foot the bill so we can listen-in without charge; Captain Kidd - Pirate-Catcher - the rover is commissioned to capture ships flying the black flag; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - no amount of pretense can improve upon the original; Editorials - the time of England's trouble, is the jury system a failure, police death roll, the family is the unit; Woodrow Wilson (part 9) - He refused to be rushed into hasty decisions; World War's Effect Upon the Negro - overseas the colored soldier acquired an entirely new estimate of his importance in the scheme of things; Dry-Farming - The Tragedy of the West - scores of deserted homes stand as mute monuments to the settler's struggle in a land where rain seldom comes; Moonlight Midnight on "Old Tim" - Climbing Mount Timpanogas; The Voyage of the Victoria - part 3 - further adventures of Magellan; Chats with Office Callers; A Dance a Week - Hull's Victory, Lady Walpole's Reel, and Speed the Plow (with piano music for each); amazing photos of strange worldwide professions - a daredevil juggling atop several chairs, rubber tappers in Ceylon demonstrating the herringbone system,Egyptian dervishes passing skewers through their cheeks, and a Korean peddler of earthen ware - carried upon his back! Average 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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Salute Magazine, October (Oct.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 10 -  Revolt in the Philippines / Magazine Mogul Bernarr Macfadden, Heym, Stefan; Carter, Clark S.; Dugan, J.; Pickow, G.; Jacobs, B.; Fields, J.; Brennan, R.; Lockard, E.; Churchill, A.; Rooney, Andy; Mehling, H.; Byrne, H.; Flaherty, P.; Camp, C.; Gardner, E.; Wronker, R.; Seaton, L.; Paxton, J.; Sparrow, G.; Et al
3 Heym, Stefan; Carter, Clark S.; Dugan, J.; Pickow, G.; Jacobs, B.; Fields, J.; Brennan, R.; Lockard, E.; Churchill, A.; Rooney, Andy; Mehling, H.; Byrne, H.; Flaherty, P.; Camp, C.; Gardner, E.; Wronker, R.; Seaton, L.; Paxton, J.; Sparrow, G.; Et al Salute Magazine, October (Oct.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 10 - Revolt in the Philippines / Magazine Mogul Bernarr Macfadden
New York Vet Publishers, Inc. 1947 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Brockell, Don; Gordon, Ramon 
50 pages. Great cover photo of Lila Leeds. Features: "Occupation" (fiction); Revolt in the Philippines - author who helped liberate the Philippines returns to learn more about the struggle between President Roxas and rebels - article with many great photos; What the Boys did for Damon - The Damon Runyon Memorial Cancer Fund - article with nice photos; City Girl at a Country Fair - Lorraine Davies at the Mineola Fair; Back on Top; "I'm Tired of My In-Laws" - Harry Harrison lived in a house with ten people as a publicity stunnt; Chicago's Bungling Cops - article on their poor rate of solving crime, with emotional photos; Colonel, We Loved You - true story of an officer whose career should be studied by all West Point grads; Muscles and Magazines - Photo-illustrated story of Bernarr Macfadden, founder of magazine "Physical Culture"; How Women Dress Men; Durable Dobbs - trying to stop passing quarterback Glenn Dobbs of Brooklyn; Canada's Vets Get a Break - article discusses the government benefits they received when they returned home; Sex Grows Up at Cafe Society - Singer Lucienne Boyer; Joltin' Joe DiMaggio is Back on Top; Catfight in Old Vienna - Viennese women put up fight for men with U.S. wives; Archie "Advices" the Lovelorn - Radio's famous bartender, Ed (Archie) Gardner, star of Duffy's Tavern; The King Who had a Diamond Tooth - photo-illustrated article on jazzman Jelly Roll (JellyRoll) Morton; Spam's Brave New World - have ex-GIs kept their word and refused to touch Spam (lunch meat) ever again?; Movie "Crossfire" Defied Hollywood Taboos - article with many photos; Movies of the Month; Country Editor Kicks Up a Fuss - Don Matchan of Valley Center, North Dakota; The South is Fightin' Mad - Forts Sumter and Moultrie go up for sale; Four Way Fight to take Pauline Betz' tennis crown; Two-page photo-section of gorgeous Ohio State University student Toni Bolling who was partially undressed in a Columbus department store window, resulting in jammed traffic for blocks; Lovely beauty contest photos of Virginia Harvester and Pat Geraghty; Fashionable color back cover ad for Hammonton Park clothes; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Small bit of peeling to front cover. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 26, 1949 - Why the Russian People Don't Rebel, Marmur, Jacland; Curran, Dale; Katkov, Norman; MacHarg, William; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; et al
4 Marmur, Jacland; Curran, Dale; Katkov, Norman; MacHarg, William; Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell; et al The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, November 26, 1949 - Why the Russian People Don't Rebel
USA Curtis 1949 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Dohanos, Stevan (cover); Fischer, Otto; Garland, George; Georgi, Edwin; Barnett, Isa; Coffey, Pat; Rubin, Hy; 
120 pages. Features: Nice 1-page color ad for Cutler-Hammer motor controls; 1-page color ad for Old Gold cigarettes; color ad for Pitney-Bowes Postage Meters; Zippo Lighter color ad; My Wonderful Uncle, Levi Coombs Gould - article with photos; Challenge the Tempest (fiction); My Three Years in Moscow, Part 3 - Why the Russian People Don't Rebel - with photos; The Camouflaged Crime (fiction); Robert Jones of Ohio Refused to be Smeared by Drew Pearson - article with photos; The Rape of Albania - how this former paradise between Tito and the men in the Kremlin is being slowly bled to death - article with photos; One Divorce is Enough (fiction); Charley Callahan is the shrewd press agent for Notre Dame football - article with photos; The Odds on Murder (fiction); Training New Kinds of Methodist Pastors in Denver at the Iliff School of Theology - article with photos; The Doctor of Unkown Island (fiction - conclustion); Colour photos of the Arseneau family's home and birds on Great Bird Rock; Nice 1-page color Lucky Strike ad features Raymond W. Crutchfield of Reidsville, NC; The Innocent Buccaneer (fiction); RCA Victor TV ad; Nice half-page color ad for Fatima cigarettes features Mrs. Ralph Ellis of Chicago, Mrs. Mary C. Wurdeman of Los Angeles, Mr. James S. Winterhalter of Detroit, and Miss Pamel Hendricks Bookman of New York; Nice two-color Shelby bicycle ad features Donald Duck; Nice color centerfold ad features General Electric (GE) Christmas lights; Color ad for Winchester's glowing flashlight; Honeywell thermistat ad features black and white photos of Linda Darnell; La Choy Chinese Food color ad features interesting drawing of Chinese man in pigtail; Nice 1-page 2-color ad for Fruehauf Trailers features Frank Benitz of Dugan Brothers Baked Goods; Nice color ad for Sunkist oranges on back cover. Average external wear. Moderate external soiling. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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5 Masulli, Patrick: Editor Real West - Volume XIII, Number 80, March 1970
Derby, CT Charlton Publications, Inc. 1970 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
82 pages. Features: Frontier Hellion; Death of Bob Ford; When Rain-In-The-Face Saved Buffalo Bill; The Truth About the Dodge City War; Jose Chavez, the Man Who Refused to Die; Nevada School Days; Wild Bill Longley; Bill Barker of Barkerville; Nate Champion Tells About the Range; Fiddlin' Ben of Clio; Evolution of the Horse. 
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Maclean's Magazine, February 15, 1933, Multiple Contributors
6 Multiple Contributors Maclean's Magazine, February 15, 1933
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1933 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Howitt, John Newton 
56 pages. Features: Colour cover illustration of young couple and their noisy puppy by John Newton Taylor; Nice colour Palmolive ad inside front cover; Chevrolet Six ad; Nice ad for Magic Baking Powder; Men Don't Do Such Things - story by Addison Simmons; No Sense of Humor - story by Louis Arthur Cunningham; Senator Arthur Meighen - article by R.T.L.; The *Real* War-Debt Hoax, by Lieut.-Colonel George A. Drew who reflects on how the world watches anxiously while the Government of the United States remains in a state of suspended animation imposed by a constitution that it has long outgrown; The Ishmaelite - story by Leslie Roberts; Yes! I'm a Wrestling Fan, by Edgar March; What I Hope to Do with Radio, by Hector Charlesworth, Chairman of the Canadian Radio Commission; Water Under The Bridge - story by Martha Banning Thomas; Shacked! - Nationality laws lead to hardship and heartache as some people are refused permission to cross borders and join their families; Death at the Bath - story by Benge Atlee; Avalanche - story by Robert E. Pinkerton; The Waning Herds - Norbert Welsh on the decline of the buffalo; Lovely colour Campbell's Soup ad with illustration by Jessie Willcox Smith; Photo ad for Ponds creams featuring Mrs. Reginald Vanderbilt; Vintage full-page black and white Maxwell House Coffee featuring Dixie; Full-page colour ad for Chiipso laundry soap; Full-age black and white photo ad for Walter P. Chrysler's new Plymouth Six; Uncommon black and white partial-page ad for Spud cigarettes; Fireside Accessories, by F.L. deN. Scott; Very stylish two-colour illustrated ad for 1933 Oldsmobile cars inside back cover; Wow! - Lovely colour photo ad on back cover for Kodak's new $39.50 Cine-Kodak movie camera!; Address label atop front cover. Faint erasure to front cover. Moderate wear. Small chip from bottom of back cover. A sound copy of this lovely vintage issue. 
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Old West Magazine - Summer 1966, Multiple Contributors
7 Multiple Contributors Old West Magazine - Summer 1966
USA Western Publications Inc. 1966 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: 'History and Reminiscences of J.W. Cooper, California Sheep Baron - reprinted in its entirety; Hell and Hight Water - early loggers; Colter's Boone - John Colter; Rattlesnakes I have known; The Murder of Simeon Turley; W. T. 'Slick' Clements - dead shot; Black Rock Swindle - Humboldt County, Nevada; The Harvey Houses - food and accommodation for travellers; Bitter Sunset - Gokliya, famed Apache war chief; They didn't stay for dinner - early Coloradan 'Zan' Hicklin got rid of bores; Old West Scrapbook; Bears are bigger in the dark; Sandon, British Columbia - Misfortune's Playground; White Man's revenge - what happened when a young Indian refused to submit; The Denton-Twiggs Feud - Jesse Roper; We ran the Jim - the James River, South Dakota in the 1880s; Bert Casey and the Hughes Ranch, Oklahoma; Longest stage route in the world; The meanest Cayuse; Cry of the Death Bird; Early Day Cow Hosses. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. 
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The Canadian Magazine, 5 December 1970  *FLQ CRISIS - THE LIFE AND DEATH OF PIERRE LAPORTE*, Multiple Contributors
8 Multiple Contributors The Canadian Magazine, 5 December 1970 *FLQ CRISIS - THE LIFE AND DEATH OF PIERRE LAPORTE*
Toronto Southstar 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Story with many colour photos in the wake of the FLQ crisis; What it means to Canada?; What it means to separatism?; The FLQ - what it is, who it is, how it works, and what makes it so hard to stop; Six basic skills of hockey - Ed Giacomin on goaltending, Bobby Orr on Balance, Gordie Howe on Passing, Norm Ullman on stickhandling, Bobby Hull on Shooting, Keith Magnuson on hitting; The widow of the man they called God - Father Divine, the famed Depression preacher, died in 1965 but his followers refused to believe it - now Mother Divine keeps five banquet tables waiting for him; Maggie Grant; Doug Wright's Family. Clean and unmarked with average wear. 
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The War Illustrated, No. 190 - 6 April 1918, Multiple Contributors
9 Multiple Contributors The War Illustrated, No. 190 - 6 April 1918
London Amalgamated 1918 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Colour illustration of airman wearing electrically-heated clothes. "Dora versus the Kaiser" - article. Full-page photo of "A Great Moment in a Long History - The Mayor of Jerusalem and the party bearing the white flag that heralded surrender of the Holy City meeting with the first British outposts on the morning of December 9th, 1917. German Thrust for the Open Sea - article by Lovat Fraser. Photos of protective colouration for massive French guns. Photos of America - prepared and resourceful in the war zone. Photos of 'Brave Men Who Live Like Burrowing Moles". Sowing the Seas with Mines - Huns' cowardly misuse of a legitimate weapon of war - article by Percival A. Hislam. Photos of 'unsinkable' American transports. The Strafe - in which a Cockney refused to be downhearted. Memorial service at the Citadel, Bagdad, for Sir Stanley Maude - photos. "Nell" a Canadian heavy gun is pulled by dozens of soldiers. 'Observing from a Sausage' - a perilous leap into space - article by "O. Pip". Coolie and Indian labourers. From Forest to Trench - how Newfoundlanders in Scotland Feed the Army with Timber - article by John S. Margerison. Photos of the training of young seamen. Photos of military musicians training and marching. Bombed church at Ram Allah. Canada's Great Achievement - How her men were raised and how they fight: article by Basil Clarke. Regimantal feature and photo of the North Staffordshires. Average wear. Unmarked. Staples disintegrated. Sound copy. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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Trains - The Magazine of Railroading, September 1956 - Bonus Full-Color Painting of Heavy Steam Power in Action on SP!, Multiple Contributors
10 Multiple Contributors Trains - The Magazine of Railroading, September 1956 - Bonus Full-Color Painting of Heavy Steam Power in Action on SP!
USA Kalmbach 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
62 pages. Features: News Photos; Southern Pacific is the Piggyback Champ; Hunter M. Picken explains how he survived a terrible crash in Montana on 20 September, 1954; The Mohawk that refused to adbicate, and other tales; Photo Section; 126 Miles per Hour on Steam in 1938!; Why Northern Pacific owns an Airplane; Seashore Electric - Traction Museum at Kennebunkport, Maine; and more. Small faint date stamp atop back cover otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy. 
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Canadian Aviation Magazine, July 1928 - Official Publication of the Aviation League of Canada, Sanderson, J.F.; Wilson, J.A.; Parkin, Prof. J.H.; Narraway, A.M.; "Pitot"; Hallam, Major Douglas; Scott, Group Captain J.S.
11 Sanderson, J.F.; Wilson, J.A.; Parkin, Prof. J.H.; Narraway, A.M.; "Pitot"; Hallam, Major Douglas; Scott, Group Captain J.S. Canadian Aviation Magazine, July 1928 - Official Publication of the Aviation League of Canada
Toronto, Canada Aviation League of Canada 1928 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
48 pages. Second issue of this marvelous publication. Features: Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation ad inside front cover; Nice photo-illustrated Fairchild ad on page 1 features the Vickers-Fairchild Cabin Monoplane; Photo-ad for Canadian Vickers Limited shows the Vicers Vedette; Goodyear airplane tire ad; Armstrong Siddleley ad for their Lynx radial engine; Wakefield Castrol Motor Oil ad; Editorial comments on why the achievements of Canadian aviators are not 'ballyhoo-ed' across the world, and why insurance companies must act to service the rapidly developing aviation industry in Canada; Great article explains how E.W.G. Moore (shown in photo inset) and other public-spirited citizens secured an airport for London, Ontario after the electorate refused to approve the expense; Photos of the Prince of Wales in flying kit, Sir Alan Cobham after his 22,000-mile flight, Amelia Earhart in group photo at Southampton after crossing the Atlantic for the first time, and Miss Earhart's seaplaine "Friendship" afloat at Southampton; Inauguration of the Winnipeg Flying Club - article with photos of Manitoba Premier John Bracken and his wife, Major Ray Miller, Lieut. Palmer, and W.A. Major, Attorney-General of Manitoba, plus a photo of Captain H.A. Oaks who was awared the McKee trophy for the most valuable contribution to aviation in Canada; Progress of Civil Aviation in Canada - article; Photo memorializing Captain Emilio Carranza, Mexico's "Lone Eagle" flying ambassador to the United States who died at age 22 in a crash; Photo of the Trans Canada trophy won by Capt. H.A. Oaks; Canadian Aviation and the University of Toronto - article with five photos which document the University's aerodynamic laboratory which was established ten years ago and is now being used for undergraduate instruction; First aircraft show opened at Montreal - article with photos of officials E.F. Peacock and Capt. W. S. Lighthall; Photo of Joaquim Pacheco and Fritz Bieler, the first aviators to make the flight from Canada to Mexico; Canada leads in Aerial Photography - article with photos; Is Your Life Insurance Policy Affected? - Part II - article deals with confusion over insurance coverage of aviation risk; Nice aerial photos of Gaspe and the Royal Military College; Detroit Air Olympics Draw Mammoth Crowds - article with nine photos; News from flying clubs; Nice ad for the De Havilland Moth; Pioneer Altimeter ad; Numerous press comments on the first issue of Canadian Aviation; Fantastic photo full-page ad for Canadian Pacific Express - World Wide Service - photos shows truck backed up to plane; Toronto Boys Compete at Detroit Model Aircraft Contest - article with photos of Edward Adams, H.H. McKinnon, Richard Hiscocks, Ford Grant, Aram Abgarian, Jack Loughner and Thomas Hill; Fantastic full-page photo ad for International Airways of Canada (Hamilton, Ontario) shows their Loening Amphibian plane; Model Aircraft flights are helpful - article; Air Services in Canada - Part II - information about the R.C.A.F. with three photos; Marvelube ad on back cover. Somewhat above-average wear. Binding intact. Three-inch opening to base of coverfold. A sound vintage copy of this early issue. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1943 - Walter Bluthner and Mutiny in the German Ranks / Electrons are Our Invisible Wartime Ally, Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Neergaard, G.; Ellerbe, A. & P.; Lent, C.; Howard, G.E.; Graydon, J.A.; Lochead, H.N.; Albert, H.A.; Bayne, E.G.; Et al
12 Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Neergaard, G.; Ellerbe, A. & P.; Lent, C.; Howard, G.E.; Graydon, J.A.; Lochead, H.N.; Albert, H.A.; Bayne, E.G.; Et al National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1943 - Walter Bluthner and Mutiny in the German Ranks / Electrons are Our Invisible Wartime Ally
Winnipeg Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly 1943 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Olafsson, Patrick (cover); Warner, Charles; Mastri, Fiore; Leake, Gerald Franklin; Jousset, Albert D.; Frise 
56 pages. Features: Cover photo of young lady standing atop sailboat; Vintage wartime Canadian National / Canadian Pacific ad inside front cover entitled "There Goes Your Letter To Your Boy" shows mother putting letter into mail box, to be delivered, in part, by rail; Brief news bits touch on the split to the Russo-Polish alliance, how Berlin chuckled, and the case for the Poles; One-page Trans-Canada Telephone System implores long distance users to use the limited wartime capacity efficiently; Invasion Tactics - Great photo-illustrated article shows Canadian troops practicing for the D-Day invasion; Wolf at the Door (short story); Quick Ending (short story); A Photo Finish (short story); Our Invisible Ally - photo-illustrated article explains how the electron aids Canada's war effort with marvellous electronic devices; Momentum to Mutiny - photo-illustrated article explains how some German troops are rebelling, particularly Walter Bluthner, who refused a transfer to Norway to the Russian Front; No Double Cross for Dolly (short story); Hollywood news - article with photo of Vivien Leigh; One page ad for Woodbury Soaps features photos of Elisabeth Howe, of Ottawa; Nice half-page Heintzman & Co. piano ad features illustration of grand piano; Illustrated Johnson's Wax one-page ad entitled "The Lindsey Girls Have Had a Busy Day" shows ladies in uniform; *Sensational centrefold colour ad for General Motors features illustrations of fourteen of the 1943 military vehicles they are contributing to the war effort, including: four-wheel-drive service truck, gas tank truck, water tank purifier, general transport, staff car, plane gassing truck, and many more - and apparently they made an additional 36 vehicles; Photo and brief write-up of Mrs. H.M. Aitken, Supervisor of Conservation, and one of Canada's most versatile women; Modess ad features illustration of female aviation mechanic; On the Kitchen Front - recipes; Home Canning - Your Patriotic Duty; Attractive colour half-page Pepsi ad features young lovely and Frise illustration of boys fishing; Fashion illustrations; Woodbury Cold Cream ad features photo of Dorothy Lamour; The Housewife Takes a Job - article discussing how wives are taking jobs to support the war effort; World Sayings; Ford ad inside back cover includes large illustration of Canadian gun crew in battle; Back cover colour Coke ad entitled "Caps off to our fighting men" mentions the Victory Parade Program with Canada's Spotlight Band, featuring Mart Kenney and his Western Gentlemen; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this extraordinary vintage wartime issue. 
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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
13 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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