Newsweek Magazine, March 12, 1945 *NAZI AT BAY - THE ALLIES HAVE HIM BY THE THROAT*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Contents: Boeing ad boasts of their record coast-to-coast flight by a C-97, 6 hrs, 3 min, 50 sec.; Reo Truck ad; Full-page ad for a radio show called "Breakfast in Hollywood" with Tom Breneman on the Blue Network (ABC); Fisher Body color ad; Allies strike at Rundstedt's finest after 8-day race to the Rhine - Wehrmacht escapes disaster but loses heavily in pulling out and blowing up the bridges - great map; Sample of a 'safe conduct' pass showered down on Germans, as well as a humorous satirical German response; Two photos taken during the Bataan death march (stolen from the Japanese); News from Iwo Jima; Eighteen-year-olds fight and die as nation debates their status - European and Pacific wars were speeded by using youths Stimson says in defense; Photo of Erich Gimpel and William C. Colepaugh as they are led into court prior to being hung as Nazi spies; 67 Army nurses captured by the Japs on Bataan and Corregidor return the the US; Troubled return of vets - Mr. Jobe in Chicago; Britain accepts the Yalta Charter but U.S. keeps fingers crossed - F.D.R.'s report to Congress is received with reservation despite its urgent tone; Poland - scores to settle - General Anders; White Truck ad in color; Canada Calling - new CBC 50,000 watt short-wave transmitter; America's join in Alliance to keep hemisphere peace - the Inter-American Conference on Problems of War and Peace, in Mexico City; Interesting ad for Bituminous Coas - presents its varied military uses; Coal owners are unlikely to sign UMW contract calling for pertentage on each ton; Kansas corn piled outside for lack of freight cars; Vintage color Borden's ad featuring Elsie the cow and her family; Photo of 26-year-old Frank Sinatra with details of his draft classification; Wacs at work; Photo of Martin (The Blimp) Levy, a 640 pound wrestler; Studebaker color military ad inside back cover. Average wear. Address label atop front cover. Unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, March 12, 1945 *NAZI AT BAY - THE ALLIES HAVE HIM BY THE THROAT*

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: 823a4854

Keywords: Newsweek Magazine, March 12, 1945 *NAZI AT BAY - THE ALLIES HAVE HIM BY THE THROAT* Boeing ad boasts of their record coast-to-coast flight by a C-97, 6 hrs, 3 min, 50 sec.; Reo Truck ad; Full-page ad for a radio show called "Breakfast in Hollywood" with Tom Breneman on the Blue Network (ABC); Fisher Body color ad; Allies strike at Rundstedt's finest after 8-day race to the Rhine - Wehrmacht escapes disaster but loses heavily in pulling out and blowing up the bridges - great map; Sample of a 'safe conduct' pass showered down on Germans, as well as a humorous satirical German response; Two photos taken during the Bataan death march (stolen from the Japanese); News from Iwo Jima; Eighteen-year-olds fight and die as nation debates their status - European and Pacific wars were speeded by using youths Stimson says in defense; Photo of Erich Gimpel and William C. Colepaugh as they are led into court prior to being hung as Nazi spies; 67 Army nurses captured by the Japs on Bataan and Corregidor return the the US; Troubled return of vets - Mr. Jobe in Chicago; Britain accepts the Yalta Charter but U.S. keeps fingers crossed - F.D.R.'s report to Congress is received with reservation despite its urgent tone; Poland - scores to settle - General Anders; White Truck ad in color; Canada Calling - new CBC 50, 000 watt short-wave transmitter; America's join in Alliance to keep hemisphere peace - the Inter-American Conference on Problems of War and Peace, in Mexico City; Interesting ad for Bituminous Coas - presents its varied military uses; Coal owners are unlikely to sign UMW contract calling for pertentage on each ton; Kansas corn piled outside for lack of freight cars; Vintage color Borden's ad featuring Elsie the cow and her family; Photo of 26-year-old Frank Sinatra with details of his draft classification; Wacs at work; Photo of Martin (The Blimp) Levy, a 640 pound wrestler; Studebaker color military Ad,