Newsweek Magazine, May 28, 1945 *PRESIDENT TRUMAN - THE FIRST 40 DAYS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Contents: color Parker pen ad inside front cover; interesting ad for the Curtiss Commando aircraft; Great International Harvester Truck/War Bonds ad; Pullman railcar ad with returning vets bearing swastika emblazoned souvenirs; Colour Cadillac ad; nice color ad for White Trucks - military theme; Does Truman lean left or right? - clues appear in the first 40 days; Are Japs Wanted? - article with interesting poster demanding fair play for America's Japanese; Congressional committee tours Concentration camps; Miami dogs killed after they kill Doretta Zinke; Blockade and bombs hit Japan as prelude to gathering storm - attrition is Allied policy while knockout forces transfer in strength to the Pacific; Great photo of the first Yank post V-E day ship bringing servicemen home; Great map indicating the 'Bomb Strategy Against Japan'; color Seiberling Tire ad; How to Starve out Japan - bomb the rice paddy dikes; Philippines - sobering losses; China - the Japs back up; Dramatic photo of the American Essex-class carrier Franklin (Big Ben) with its crew huddled on the flight deck after it was attacked by a single Japanese bomber with two 500lb bombs; Okinawa - sacrifice - 156 American marines and doughboys died there each day last week; photo of German prisoners with shovels in the massive American Henri Chappelle Cemetery in Belgium; Russia casts its shadow over Asia; Yugoslavs' willful grab at Trieste poses danger for Charter makers; Prince Faisal and other Arabs agree Palestine is an Arab state, despite a half-dozen vociferous Jewish organizations on the conference sidelines; Color Goodyear belt centerfold; Photo of Allied officers in front of Reichstag ruins; Pattern emerges for occupation - Allies command, Germans obey; "Life has no meaning" for Dr. Ley, once leader of the German labor front - article and photo; Nazi U-boat (with 'the Schnorkel') surrenders and is escorted to a Newfoundland port - photo; NBC airs dramatization of F.A. Hayek's The Road to Serfdom; Max Schmeling released; Rosenberg's den of Royal Theives holds key to looted art of Europe; interesting ad for a Sperry gunsight "The gunsight that 'things' faster than humans... or Japs!"; Great color Chesterfield cigarette ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label on front cover. A sound copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, May 28, 1945 *PRESIDENT TRUMAN - THE FIRST 40 DAYS*

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Newsweek: 1945

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 823a4851

Keywords: Newsweek Magazine, May 28, 1945 *PRESIDENT TRUMAN - THE FIRST 40 DAYS* Parker pen ad inside front cover; interesting ad for the Curtiss Commando aircraft; Great International Harvester Truck/War Bonds ad; Pullman railcar ad with returning vets bearing swastika emblazoned souvenirs; Colour Cadillac ad; nice color ad for White Trucks - military theme; Does Truman lean left or right? - clues appear in the first 40 days; Are Japs Wanted? - article with interesting poster demanding fair play for America's Japanese; Congressional committee tours Concentration camps; Miami dogs killed after they kill Doretta Zinke; Blockade and bombs hit Japan as prelude to gathering storm - attrition is Allied policy while knockout forces transfer in strength to the Pacific; Great photo of the first Yank post V-E day ship bringing servicemen home; Great map indicating the 'Bomb Strategy Against Japan'; color Seiberling Tire ad; How to Starve out Japan - bomb the rice paddy dikes; Philippines - sobering losses; China - the Japs back up; Dramatic photo of the American Essex-class carrier Franklin (Big Ben) with its crew huddled on the flight deck after it was attacked by a single Japanese bomber with two 500lb bombs; Okinawa - sacrifice - 156 American marines and doughboys died there each day last week; photo of German prisoners with shovels in the massive American Henri Chappelle Cemetery in Belgium; Russia casts its shadow over Asia; Yugoslavs' willful grab at Trieste poses danger for Charter makers; Prince Faisal and other Arabs agree Palestine is an Arab state, despite a half-dozen vociferous Jewish organizations on the conference sidelines; Color Goodyear belt centerfold; Photo of Allied officers in front of Reichstag ruins; Pattern emerges for occupation - Allies command, Germans obey; "Life has no meaning" for Dr. Ley, once leader of the German labor front - article and photo; Nazi U-boat (with 'the Schnorkel') surrenders and is escorted to a Newfoundland port - photo; NBC airs dramatization of F.A. Hayek's The Road to Serfdom; Max Schmeling released; Rosenberg's den of Royal Theives holds key to looted art of Europe; interesting ad for a Sperry gunsight "The gunsight that 'things' faster than humans... or Japs!"; Great color Chesterfield cigarette Ad,