Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 15, 1942, Vol. 55, No. 12 - Escape From Hong Kong

By: Ross, C.E.; LeCocq, Thelma; Dexter, Grant; Sharp, E.L.; Young, Scott; et al

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


52 pages. Cover photo of female Canadian munitions worker surrounded by room fulled with 500lb bombs, 'exports for Germany'. Features: Escape from Hong Kong (part 1) - Excellent photo-illustrated article by Canadian C.E. 'Ted' Ross on the heroic last days in Hong Kong and a daring flight to freedom; Woman Power - will they remain in the work force when the war ends?; The Army's Keyman - Lt. Gen. Kenneth Stuart, the Army's C.G.S. is responsible for blueprinting Canada's army and plan for the nation's defense; Page 15 provides brief statistics on Japanese residents moved inland from the B.C. coast; Fun and Games - a grand time is had by all when Vernon goes cow-town, Kelowna has a regatta or Princeton runs a ski-meet; Conducted by Fricker - conductor Dr. Herbert Austin Fricker of Toronto. Fiction: The Shinging Links; Apple Boy the Soothsayer; Green Geese (part 2). Nice Pepsodent photo ad features twin brothers and swimming champions Jack and Alan Sampson. Caterpillar ad inside back cover shows one of their crawlers pushing through wartime jungle. Back cover colour Coke ad shows brawny worker's arm, sleeve rolled up, clutching a cold bottle. Unmarked with average external wear and soiling. Portion of Swift ad on page 25 is removed, taking with it a portion of the Green Geese short story on the back side. Average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this vintage wartime issue.

Title: Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 15, 1942, Vol. 55, No. 12 - Escape From Hong Kong

Author: Ross, C.E.; LeCocq, Thelma; Dexter, Grant; Sharp, E.L.; Young, Scott; et al

Illustrator: Ellis, John; Berger, David; Lasalle, Charles

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, British Columbia, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, The Maclean Publishing Company, Limited: 1942

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 417h2822

Keywords: Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, June 15, 1942, Vol. 55, No. 12 - Escape From Hong Kong female Canadian munitions worker surrounded by room fulled with 500lb bombs, 'exports for Germany'. Features: Escape from Hong Kong (part 1) - Excellent photo-illustrated article by Canadian C.E. 'Ted' Ross on the heroic last days in Hong Kong and a daring flight to freedom; Woman Power - will they remain in the work force when the war ends?; The Army's Keyman - Lt. Gen. Kenneth Stuart, the Army's C.G.S. is responsible for blueprinting Canada's army and plan for the nation's defense; Page 15 provides brief statistics on Japanese residents moved inland from the B.C. coast; Fun and Games - a grand time is had by all when Vernon goes cow-town, Kelowna has a regatta or Princeton runs a ski-meet; Conducted by Fricker - conductor Dr. Herbert Austin Fricker of Toronto. Fiction: The Shinging Links; Apple Boy the Soothsayer; Green Geese (part 2). Nice Pepsodent photo ad features twin brothers and swimming champions Jack and Alan Sampson. Caterpillar ad inside back cover shows one of their crawlers pushing through wartime jungle. Back cover colour Coke ad,