Newsweek Magazine, December 3, 1945

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Contents: Color ad for 'Ask for Ethyl'; Bankers Trust ad - Buy Victory Bonds; Babcock & Wilcox ad - bombs and beauty aids need steam; Color ad for Ford trucks; Color ad for 1946 Packard cars; Auto strike raises new issue for Industrial Wars in America - the nation's biggest union asks stake in affairs of management by cry of 'Let's see the books'; Mrs. Damato of Shenandoah, Pa. christens the U.S.S. Damato - she lost two sons in the war; Photo of James Hendrix, Army hero; Matt Kimes - cop killer; Why the Fleet could not retreat to the West Coast - Admiral William V. Pratt; Congressional Investigation of the Pearl Harbor attack; Where the War Cause Lies - Japan; Nice color ad for General Tire; Color ad for the Aeroprop division of GM; Ezra Pound returns to the US to face charges of treason - with photo; The Federation of Atomic Scientists; Native world from Zion to Java stirred by nationalist little wars; 4 photos of Japan's Hirohito visiting the shrines of Ise to report Japan's defeat to his predecessors; Thorez, red architect of France; the Nuremberg Tribunal - with labelled photo of 20 defendants in their courtroom positions; two photos of Eva Braun; War-Winning Old Guard Begins Exodus from Top Service Jobs - retirements of Staff Chief and Fleet Commander are first of many peacetime moves; Super color centerfold for the new 1946 Chevrolet; Seabees dig in darkly for spell with Eskimos - Navy installations in the far north; Photo of the real Kilroy; C.D. Howe has his fingers in many pies; Canada's Baby Bonus; Heavy heavy over stock boom hangs wage-price policy delay; Inventor Gilbert Brereton and ramie; S. DeWitt Cough, President of Abbott Laboratories, calls for national health care; Robert Benchley 1889-1945; Color ad for teh Douglas DC-6; The reality of Salvador Dali; Unusual color Monsanto ad on back cover features young lovely speaking into a huge contemporary walkie-talkie. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label atop front cover. A sound copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, December 3, 1945

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Newsweek: 1945

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 823a4842

Keywords: Newsweek Magazine, December 3, 1945 Ask for Ethyl'; Bankers Trust ad - Buy Victory Bonds; Babcock & Wilcox ad - bombs and beauty aids need steam; Color ad for Ford trucks; Color ad for 1946 Packard cars; Auto strike raises new issue for Industrial Wars in America - the nation's biggest union asks stake in affairs of management by cry of 'Let's see the books'; Mrs. Damato of Shenandoah, Pa. christens the U.S.S. Damato - she lost two sons in the war; Photo of James Hendrix, Army hero; Matt Kimes - cop killer; Why the Fleet could not retreat to the West Coast - Admiral William V. Pratt; Congressional Investigation of the Pearl Harbor attack; Where the War Cause Lies - Japan; Nice color ad for General Tire; Color ad for the Aeroprop division of GM; Ezra Pound returns to the US to face charges of treason - with photo; The Federation of Atomic Scientists; Native world from Zion to Java stirred by nationalist little wars; 4 photos of Japan's Hirohito visiting the shrines of Ise to report Japan's defeat to his predecessors; Thorez, red architect of France; the Nuremberg Tribunal - with labelled photo of 20 defendants in their courtroom positions; two photos of Eva Braun; War-Winning Old Guard Begins Exodus from Top Service Jobs - retirements of Staff Chief and Fleet Commander are first of many peacetime moves; Super color centerfold for the new 1946 Chevrolet; Seabees dig in darkly for spell with Eskimos - Navy installations in the far north; Photo of the real Kilroy; C.D. Howe has his fingers in many pies; Canada's Baby Bonus; Heavy heavy over stock boom hangs wage-price policy delay; Inventor Gilbert Brereton and ramie; S. DeWitt Cough, President of Abbott Laboratories, calls for national health care; Robert Benchley 1889-1945; Color ad for teh Douglas DC-6; The reality of Salvador Dali; Unusual color Monsanto ad on back cover features young lovely speaking into a huge contemporary walkie-talkie.,