Liberty Magazine, July 3, 1943 - Band Leader Harry James / Blood-Chilling Eyewitness Account from Formerly German-Occupied Soviet Village / Jungle Fighter Herman Bottcher


74 pages. Features: Cover illustration of smiling sailor on phone holding wedding ring; What the Nazis Leave Behind - Maurice Hindus reports on the peasant Russian village of Pohoreloye, and the condition it was left in after German occupation (with color illustration of looting Nazi by Arthur Szyk); "Dear Mrs. Klepper" - fiction by Isabella Holt; Gabriel in Jive - photo-illustrated article on trumpet player and band leader Harry James; Fire and Blood in the Jungle - Herman Bottcher's Jap-killing feats earned him a captain's commission in one 17-day battle- article with photo; Shutter Bug (fiction by Robert S. Mansfield); New Warps and Strange Woofs - coal, wood, iron, and glass will be the ingredients of milady's clothing in the future; There Was an Old Woman (fiction); Our Army Gets Ready to Take Over Axis Territory - article with photos including Brig. General C.W. Wickersham, commandant of the Army's School of Military Government; Black Plague (fiction by Hugh Pentecost); Stalk the Hunter (fiction by Mitchell Wilson); Movie reviews; Interesting back page article by Paul Hunter pays tribute to Russia on the second anniversary of its invasion by Germany, with excellent photo of massive military parade through Moscow; Nice color-photo back cover ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features dashing young U.S.N. flyboy leaning on his plane while his mate paints another Japanese kill onto it; and more. Middle page loose but present, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A quality vintage copy.

Title: Liberty Magazine, July 3, 1943 - Band Leader Harry James / Blood-Chilling Eyewitness Account from Formerly German-Occupied Soviet Village / Jungle Fighter Herman Bottcher

Author: Hindus, Maurice; Wilson, Earl; Moorad, G.; Markey, M.; Maloney, J.; Holt, I.; Mansfield, R.; Pentecost, H.; Wilson, M.

Illustrator: Holbrooke, Pat; Szyk, Arthur; Gillies, Bill; Godwin, Frank; Schmidt, Al; Bensing, Frank; Beaven, Frank

Categories: Fashion, Magazine Back Issues, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Liberty Magazine Inc.: 1943

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 651h2501

Keywords: Liberty Magazine, July 3, 1943 - Band Leader Harry James / Blood-Chilling Eyewitness Account from Formerly German-Occupied Soviet Village What the Nazis Leave Behind - Maurice Hindus reports on the peasant Russian village of Pohoreloye, and the condition it was left in after German occupation (with color illustration of looting Nazi by Arthur Szyk); "Dear Mrs. Klepper" - fiction by Isabella Holt; Gabriel in Jive - photo-illustrated article on trumpet player and band leader Harry James; Fire and Blood in the Jungle - Herman Bottcher's Jap-killing feats earned him a captain's commission in one 17-day battle- article with photo; Shutter Bug (fiction by Robert S. Mansfield); New Warps and Strange Woofs - coal, wood, iron, and glass will be the ingredients of milady's clothing in the future; There Was an Old Woman (fiction); Our Army Gets Ready to Take Over Axis Territory - article with photos including Brig. General C.W. Wickersham, commandant of the Army's School of Military Government; Black Plague (fiction by Hugh Pentecost); Stalk the Hunter (fiction by Mitchell Wilson); Movie reviews; Interesting back page article by Paul Hunter pays tribute to Russia on the second anniversary of its invasion by Germany, with excellent photo of massive military parade through Moscow; Nice color-photo back cover ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features dashing young U.S.N. flyboy leaning on his plane while his mate paints another Japanese Kill,