Newsweek Magazine, December 18, 1944 *PARTISAN GIRLS - THEIR WEAPONS ARE AN INTERNATIONAL ISSUE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

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Condition: Good


Contents: interesting Borg-Warner ad features color military illustration promoting their desalination equipment; Full-page ad for movie 'To Have and Have Not' starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall; Interesting ad with several photos of the Great Northern Railway; Norfolk and Western Railway color ad; Friction over policy for Europe disturbs relations of big three - idealism of U.S. clashes with realism of British and quiet toughness of Reds; Red Thrust on Hungarian front may be master key to victory - Vienna, aim of campaign, is strategically a greater prize than even capital of Reich; Inside V-2 - official British diagram of a German V-2 shows the workings of the rocket and its relative size as compared with a man; The Ormoc Trap; Disaster in China - struggling to save lifelines to the Occident; Kaywoodie Briar pipe - beautiful color ad; Photo of a Fifteenth Air Force Liberator aflame over a heavy flak barrage; Men over 26 to fill the ranks as casualty lists grow longer - 26 to 37's must work or fight in bitter war months ahead; Interesting ad for the Comptometer displays a Googol! - of interest to modern-day Google fans!; White Truck color ad - attractive; France sated with bloodletting - moderates move to halt purge - Germans threaten reprisals against French captives in Reich if executions are continued; Photo of Canadian General Crerar with Cpl. E. O'Connor of Toronto; De Gaulle with Molotov; Industry puts reconversion aside to answer hurry call for arms; The Japs failed purge of the Philippine educational system; Great Lakes Steel color ad featuring futuristic auto body styles. Average wear. Address label atop front cover. Unmarked. Center page loose but present.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, December 18, 1944 *PARTISAN GIRLS - THEIR WEAPONS ARE AN INTERNATIONAL ISSUE*

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Newsweek: 1944

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 823a4855

Keywords: Newsweek Magazine, December 18, 1944 *PARTISAN GIRLS - THEIR WEAPONS ARE AN INTERNATIONAL ISSUE* Borg-Warner ad features color military illustration promoting their desalination equipment; Full-page ad for movie 'To Have and Have Not' starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall; Interesting ad with several photos of the Great Northern Railway; Norfolk and Western Railway color ad; Friction over policy for Europe disturbs relations of big three - idealism of U.S. clashes with realism of British and quiet toughness of Reds; Red Thrust on Hungarian front may be master key to victory - Vienna, aim of campaign, is strategically a greater prize than even capital of Reich; Inside V-2 - official British diagram of a German V-2 shows the workings of the rocket and its relative size as compared with a man; The Ormoc Trap; Disaster in China - struggling to save lifelines to the Occident; Kaywoodie Briar pipe - beautiful color ad; Photo of a Fifteenth Air Force Liberator aflame over a heavy flak barrage; Men over 26 to fill the ranks as casualty lists grow longer - 26 to 37's must work or fight in bitter war months ahead; Interesting ad for the Comptometer displays a Googol! - of interest to modern-day Google fans!; White Truck color ad - attractive; France sated with bloodletting - moderates move to halt purge - Germans threaten reprisals against French captives in Reich if executions are continued; Photo of Canadian General Crerar with Cpl. E. O'Connor of Toronto; De Gaulle with Molotov; Industry puts reconversion aside to answer hurry call for arms; The Japs failed purge of the Philippine educational system; Great Lakes Steel color ad featuring futuristic auto body Styles,