National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1944 - Canada's Problem Soldier / Refugee Stampede in Europe


56 pages. Features: Excellent colour Ford Motor Company of Canada ad inside front cover features Canadians at war abroad and dong war work at home; Nice colour Ritz cracker ad shows servicemen singing while young lovely plays piano; Will Russia Dominate Post-war Europe?; Photo of Canadian jeeps hauling supplies along the 'Inferno Track' on the Italian front; Photo of Winston Churchill's grandson of the same name; Nice colour Orange Crush ad; Canada's Problem Soldier - Some things are bothering them, notably a lack of cigarettes; Wait for the Man (short story); Pot of Gold (short story); Stampede in Europe - photo-illustrated article describes the floods of European immigrants; A Present From Pietro (short story); Mascots for Morale - photo-illustrated article on military mascots, including "Butch" of a Canadian Wellington bomber squadron, "Fluff", a ship's kitten, and "Sabo", a ship's dog; Taking Germany's Portrait - Great photo-illustrated article on wartime aerial photography; Little Rambles in Hollywood - article on movies with photos of Arturo de Cordova, Joan Fontaine, Ethel Barrymore and Cary Grant, and Irene Dunne; One-page Kodak ad shows one-page photo of shipmates enjoying photo-viewing; Fantastic one-page colour GM ad called "The First Billion Miles are the Hardest!" shows some of the quarter-million military vehicles they have built for the war effort; Nice one-page ad for movie "The White Cliffs of Dover", starring Irene Dunne; Great one-page wartime Canadian Pacific ad explains how they serve Canada in war and peace; Government of Canada one-page ad entitled "I Had a Nightmare" explains the importance of preventing further price increases in the cost of living now and deflation later; Half-page ad for Heintzman & Co. pianos of Toronto; Woodbury Soap ad features great photos of newlyweds Thelma Bertha Bowell, of B.C.and Lieutenant (J.g.) Wilbert Kennith Carter; Cooking article addresses wartime restrictions; Nice colour one-page Swift Canadian Co. Limited ad entitled "Make Full Use of Meat Left-Overs" provides helpful hints, and photo insert of Martha Logan; Half-page ad by the Canadian Department of National War Services says "Your Waste Paper May Save a Life!", with illustration of wounded soldier in stretcher, and text explaining that 20,000 tons of waste paper are needed monthly to make containers for the transportation of vital war supplies; La Maternelle Vallerand - A Bilingual Nursery in Montreal; Laundry Logic; World Sayings; Great Canada Post Office ad inside back cover explains how mail delivery to reinforcment units is 'a challenge to us all'; Great back cover colour ad for the Canadian Women's Army Corps (C.W.A.C.) says "Count Me In!" and shows members recruiting young lady in her home; and more. Bit of pencil writing atop front cover. Moderate wear. A quality vintage copy of this particularly excellent wartime issue.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1944 - Canada's Problem Soldier / Refugee Stampede in Europe

Author: Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Tait, J.; Jackson, S.; Cunningham, L.A.; Baldwin, D.; Albert, H.A.; Banks, W.J.; Whitman, W.; Bayne, E.G.; Et al

Illustrator: Lowthian; Sheldon, William; Brule, Elmo; Leake, Gerald

Categories: Canadiana, Military, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, Stovel / National Home Monthly: 1944

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4772

Keywords: National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1944 - Canada's Problem Soldier / Stampede in Europe Ford Motor Company of Canada ad inside front cover features Canadians at war abroad and dong war work at home; Nice colour Ritz cracker ad shows servicemen singing while young lovely plays piano; Will Russia Dominate Post-war Europe?; Photo of Canadian jeeps hauling supplies along the 'Inferno Track' on the Italian front; Photo of Winston Churchill's grandson of the same name; Nice colour Orange Crush ad; Canada's Problem Soldier - Some things are bothering them, notably a lack of cigarettes; Wait for the Man (short story); Pot of Gold (short story); Stampede in Europe - photo-illustrated article describes the floods of European immigrants; A Present From Pietro (short story); Mascots for Morale - photo-illustrated article on military mascots, including "Butch" of a Canadian Wellington bomber squadron, "Fluff", a ship's kitten, and "Sabo", a ship's dog; Taking Germany's Portrait - Great photo-illustrated article on wartime aerial photography; Little Rambles in Hollywood - article on movies with photos of Arturo de Cordova, Joan Fontaine, Ethel Barrymore and Cary Grant, and Irene Dunne; One-page Kodak ad shows one-page photo of shipmates enjoying photo-viewing; Fantastic one-page colour GM ad called "The First Billion Miles are the Hardest!" shows some of the quarter-million military vehicles they have built for the war effort; Nice one-page ad for movie "The White Cliffs of Dover", starring Irene Dunne; Great one-page wartime Canadian Pacific ad explains how they serve Canada in war and peace; Government of Canada one-page ad entitled "I Had a Nightmare" explains the importance of preventing further price increases in the cost of living now and deflation later; Half-page ad for Heintzman & Co. pianos of Toronto; Woodbury Soap ad features great photos of newlyweds Thelma Bertha Bowell, of B.C.and Lieutenant (J.g.) Wilbert Kennith Carter; Cooking article addresses wartime restrictions; Nice colour one-page Swift Canadian Co. Limited ad entitled "Make Full Use of Meat Left-Overs" provides helpful hints, and photo insert of Martha Logan; Half-page ad by the Canadian Department of National War Services says "Your Waste Paper May Save a Life!", with illustration of wounded soldier in stretcher, and text explaining that 20, 000 tons of waste paper are needed monthly to make containers for the transportation of vital war supplies; La Maternelle Vallerand - A Bilingual Nursery in Montreal; Laundry Logic; World Sayings; Great Canada Post Office ad inside back cover explains how mail delivery to reinforcment units is 'a challenge to us all'; Great back cover colour ad for the Canadian Women's Army Corps (C.W.A.C.) says "Count Me In!,