Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance: February 19, 1940 - Will Turkey Hold Near East for the Allies?

By: Pratt, William V.; Fuqua, Stephen O.

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60 pages. Features: One-page photo ad for Goodrich Silvertown tires shows huge 100-ton transformer on large flatbed trailer; Babe Ruth's birthday (with small photo); Marriage of Dorris Bowdon to Nunnally Johnson (with small photo); Obituary for Capt. Wilford H. (Captain Billy) Fawcett; Obituary for Lord Tweedsmuir, Governor General of Canada; Absolutely gorgeous one-page full-color ad for Diamond T Super-Service Trucks; Nice one-page photo ad for International Trucks illustrates work on huge aquaduct to bring water to Rio de Janeiro; Photo of Maurice Wrixon with his unique animal - half cat, half monkey?; George R. Hart performed marriages wholesale before being shut down; Census Storm - maze of "Prying Questions"; American Youth Congress (AYC) Blasts War; War Rumblings in Near East mark Anzac arrival in Suez; Allies provide guns for Finland; Photo of German soldiers at Essen Krupp works scanning skies for bombers; How the Finnish War Affects the Western Front; IRA Bombers' Hanging Brings Riots in Dublin and Belfast; Censor woes in France; Four war photos from Finland; Lord Haw-Haw; Britain's new fighter, the Boulton & Paul Defiant; Walt Disney - illustrated Pinocchio movie article; Intimate view of Hitler by Hermann Rauschning; Joe Louis fights Arturo Godoy - with photos; Nice one-page photo ad for Chrysler features the 6-passenger New Yorker sedan; Photo of figures skaters Eugene Turner and Joan Tozzer; Nice one-page Chevrolet ad features the Special De Luxe Sport Sedan; Fast photo captures runners William Fritz, Charles Beetham and Charles Quigley in the Boston Garden; Weird 2/3-page photo ad for Kreml Shampoo and Hair Tonic; Alcoholics Anonymous; Fashionable one-page ad for Mallory hats; Fashion designers Elizabeth Hawes and Muriel King; GM shareholder Charles S. Mott; Nice color-photo ad for the new 1940 Studebaker Commander features an orange car surrounded by a well-heeled group; Back cover features nice ad for Old Overholt Whiskey with an illustration of the Falstaff Inn of Pennsylvania. And much more. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance: February 19, 1940 - Will Turkey Hold Near East for the Allies?

Author: Pratt, William V.; Fuqua, Stephen O.

Categories: Fashion, Magazine Back Issues, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1940

ISBN Number: B00QG2QV0O

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 417h3191

Keywords: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance: February 19, 1940 - Will Turkey Hold Near East for the Allies? Goodrich Silvertown tires shows huge 100-ton transformer on large flatbed trailer; Babe Ruth's birthday (with small photo); Marriage of Dorris Bowdon to Nunnally Johnson (with small photo); Obituary for Capt. Wilford H. (Captain Billy) Fawcett; Obituary for Lord Tweedsmuir, Governor General of Canada; Absolutely gorgeous one-page full-color ad for Diamond T Super-Service Trucks; Nice one-page photo ad for International Trucks illustrates work on huge aquaduct to bring water to Rio de Janeiro; Photo of Maurice Wrixon with his unique animal - half cat, half monkey?; George R. Hart performed marriages wholesale before being shut down; Census Storm - maze of "Prying Questions"; American Youth Congress (AYC) Blasts War; War Rumblings in Near East mark Anzac arrival in Suez; Allies provide guns for Finland; Photo of German soldiers at Essen Krupp works scanning skies for bombers; How the Finnish War Affects the Western Front; IRA Bombers' Hanging Brings Riots in Dublin and Belfast; Censor woes in France; Four war photos from Finland; Lord Haw-Haw; Britain's new fighter, the Boulton & Paul Defiant; Walt Disney - illustrated Pinocchio movie article; Intimate view of Hitler by Hermann Rauschning; Joe Louis fights Arturo Godoy - with photos; Nice one-page photo ad for Chrysler features the 6-passenger New Yorker sedan; Photo of figures skaters Eugene Turner and Joan Tozzer; Nice one-page Chevrolet ad features the Special De Luxe Sport Sedan; Fast photo captures runners William Fritz, Charles Beetham and Charles Quigley in the Boston Garden; Weird 2/3-page photo ad for Kreml Shampoo and Hair Tonic; Alcoholics Anonymous; Fashionable one-page ad for Mallory hats; Fashion designers Elizabeth Hawes and Muriel King; GM shareholder Charles S. Mott; Nice color-photo ad for the new 1940 Studebaker Commander features an orange car surrounded by a well-heeled group; Back cover features nice ad for Old Overhold Whiskey with an illustration of the Falstaff Inn of Pennsylvania,