Newsweek Magazine, November 12, 1945 *POSTWAR SOUTH AMERICA SEETHES WITH REVOLUTION*

By: Shaw, Chet: Managing Editor

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


116 pages. Features: Cover photo of revolution in Venezuela; Color ad for American Airlines System inside front cover; Alcoa ad for America's first aluminum boxcar; Ad for the Douglas DC-6; Nice black and white ad for Blackstone Cigars features George Raft and Charles Judels of the movie "Whistle Stop"; Color Ford car ad features tranquil mother and children in back seat; Fairchild aircraft ad; Truman struggles with inflation; The Gavin clemency case; 635,000 people tour the battleship Missouri in New York - and do considerable damage to the vessel; The Untold story of the Nazi saboteurs - George Dasch, Ernest Burger, Richard Quirin, Henrich H. Heinck; Crisis on Atomic Bomb secret bring determined Attlee to this side; One page color-photo ad for Columbia masterworks records features Lily Pons, Nathan Milstein, Basil Rathbone, Martial Singher and Dimitri Mitropoulos; China - divided it stands; Marshall finds Safety slipping as U.S. Armed Might Dwindles; Color Good Year Rubber ad - the hose that fought a hurricane - and won!; Labor strife at Windsor Ford plant; The South American cycle of revolt - Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina; One-page RCA ad includes aerial photo of their laboratories at Princeton, NJ; Andrew J. Higgins, boiling mad at unions, closes his New Orleans boat-building business; Eli Witt; Sailors and Sex - prostitution flourishes in Japan; Oliver K. Bovard; Harry Gilmer of Alabama; MIT math robot revealed; Seeing Cane invention; Nice red International Truck ad; Nice color photo Chesterfield cigarette ad on back cover features Signe Hasso. Somewhat above-average wear. Covers loose but present. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, November 12, 1945 *POSTWAR SOUTH AMERICA SEETHES WITH REVOLUTION*

Author: Shaw, Chet: Managing Editor

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Newsweek Inc.: 1945

ISBN Number: B00QG2PWJK

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 823h4099

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