Newsweek Magazine, April 30, 1945 *SAN FRANCISCO - GATEWAY TO PEACE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


Contents: Great military ad for Chevrolet military equipment; Doomsday strikes for the Nazis with Berlin dying, nation split - photo of American soldier mocking Hitler from the stadium box where the Fuhrer once harangued Nazis; Great full-page illustration of "Hitler's Two Fronts - Last Phase"; interesting photos of captured Germans, some being Nazi-saluted by passers-by; Lucky Count von Luckner is prize of Task Force Newman; photo of Russian tanks in Vienna; Davao (Little Tokyo) at bay; Government by co-operation is theme of President Truman's actions during first days in office; Great photo and coverage of Presidential press conference; GM Truck and Coach ad - with Leyte theme; Polish issue - Soviet failure to observe promises Stalin made at Yalta poses question of good faith; San Francisco prepares for United Nations conference; Nazi policy of organized murder blackens Germany for all history - civilized world shocked by evidence, living and dead, of Herrenvolk's brutality - article with graphic photos; Henri Dentz - a traitor's death; Vintage International Harvester Truck ad with caption "Till the Japs Say 'Uncle'"; English lady harnesses goats to pull her to market - uses almost anything for fuel!; Luis Carlos Prestes released from Jail in Brazil; OPA retreats under pressure of general public indifference - fight against inflation is revealed in Newsweek survey as losing on most fronts; Ernie Pyle shared the Doughfoot's lot, even to death in a roadside Okinawan ditch - photo and article; Seiberling Tire ad in color; Dr. Frondel's work with x-rays at Harvard; Nice Chesterfield cigarette color ad on back cover. Somewhat above-average wear. Address label at top of front cover. Unmarked. Two-inch opening to top of cover-fold. Cover attached by one staple.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, April 30, 1945 *SAN FRANCISCO - GATEWAY TO PEACE*

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: History, Military, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Newsweek: 1945

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 823a4853

Keywords: Newsweek Magazine, April 30, 1945 *SAN FRANCISCO - GATEWAY TO PEACE* Great military ad for Chevrolet military equipment; Doomsday strikes for the Nazis with Berlin dying, nation split - photo of American soldier mocking Hitler from the stadium box where the Fuhrer once harangued Nazis; Great full-page illustration of "Hitler's Two Fronts - Last Phase"; interesting photos of captured Germans, some being Nazi-saluted by passers-by; Lucky Count von Luckner is prize of Task Force Newman; photo of Russian tanks in Vienna; Davao (Little Tokyo) at bay; Government by co-operation is theme of President Truman's actions during first days in office; Great photo and coverage of Presidential press conference; GM Truck and Coach ad - with Leyte theme; Polish issue - Soviet failure to observe promises Stalin made at Yalta poses question of good faith; San Francisco prepares for United Nations conference; Nazi policy of organized murder blackens Germany for all history - civilized world shocked by evidence, living and dead, of Herrenvolk's brutality - article with graphic photos; Henri Dentz - a traitor's death; Vintage International Harvester Truck ad with caption "Till the Japs Say 'Uncle'"; English lady harnesses goats to pull her to market - uses almost anything for fuel!; Luis Carlos Prestes released from Jail in Brazil; OPA retreats under pressure of general public indifference - fight against inflation is revealed in Newsweek survey as losing on most fronts; Ernie Pyle shared the Doughfoot's lot, even to death in a roadside Okinawan ditch - photo and article; Seiberling Tire ad in color; Dr. Frondel's work with x-rays at Harvard; Nice Chesterfield Cigarette,