Newsweek Magazine, November 13, 1944 *SOLDIER VOTE, 1944*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Contents: Ford ad (color) inside front cover; Boeing B-29 ad; Plymouth car ad; Nice color Borden's ad featuring Elsie the cow and family; International Trucks ad; War election proves to world America's faith in democracy - campaign hottest in years but politics stop at the borders of nation united in arms; Wehrmacht wages bitter fight to prolong war through winter - but British storm Walcheren, opening way to use of Antwerp as supply base for Allies; Photo of Red Army soldiers parading through Belgrade; One man's fight against corruption - the story behind the Gen. Joseph W. Stilwell Incident; Risque ad for Samson card tables features stripper (?) standing on table while soldiers look on with pleasure!; Heavy Going - Japs fight hard in Leyte Caves but defense lacks organization; De Gaulle's sway over France challenged by turbulent reds; Lucky Strike - nice color ad; Goodyear color centerfold ad shows the 'Rubber Railroad'; photo of soldiers outside an Italian showing of Charlie Chaplain's "The Dictator"; Photo of Greek money changer - inflation forces him to carry a literal armload of paper drachmae - with text; Mackenzie King names McNaughton to Cabinet - may avert showdown over Zombies; Jack Miner passes away - Canadian Goose man; Britain asks a helping hand to regain vital export trade - wants modified lend-lease and joint reconversion timing after victory in Europe; Kuppenheimer clothing ad - in color; Horse racing and betting popular; Homer P. Rainey booted out of the University of Texas; Brooks Atkinson's Chinese Drama; A.J. Cronin - doctor and craftsman; Great Northern Railway ad shows refrigerator cars for apples being pre-cooled with large blocks of ice; embarassing ad for Kreml Hair Tonic; Chesterfield cigarette color ad (nice) on back cover. Average wear. Address label atop front cover. Unmarked. 2" X 1" chip from lower corner of front cover. A sound copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, November 13, 1944 *SOLDIER VOTE, 1944*

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: 823a4858

Keywords: Newsweek Magazine, November 20, 1944 *SOLDIER VOTE, 1944* Ford ad (color) inside front cover; Boeing B-29 ad; Plymouth car ad; Nice color Borden's ad featuring Elsie the cow and family; International Trucks ad; War election proves to world America's faith in democracy - campaign hottest in years but politics stop at the borders of nation united in arms; Wehrmacht wages bitter fight to prolong war through winter - but British storm Walcheren, opening way to use of Antwerp as supply base for Allies; Photo of Red Army soldiers parading through Belgrade; One man's fight against corruption - the story behind the Gen. Joseph W. Stilwell Incident; Risque ad for Samson card tables features stripper (?) standing on table while soldiers look on with pleasure!; Heavy Going - Japs fight hard in Leyte Caves but defense lacks organization; De Gaulle's sway over France challenged by turbulent reds; Lucky Strike - nice color ad; Goodyear color centerfold ad shows the 'Rubber Railroad'; photo of soldiers outside an Italian showing of Charlie Chaplain's "The Dictator"; Photo of Greek money changer - inflation forces him to carry a literal armload of paper drachmae - with text; Mackenzie King names McNaughton to Cabinet - may avert showdown over Zombies; Jack Miner passes away - Canadian Goose man; Britain asks a helping hand to regain vital export trade - wants modified lend-lease and joint reconversion timing after victory in Europe; Kuppenheimer clothing ad - in color; Horse racing and betting popular; Homer P. Rainey booted out of the University of Texas; Brooks Atkinson's Chinese Drama; A.J. Cronin - doctor and craftsman; Great Northern Railway ad shows refrigerator cars for apples being pre-cooled with large blocks of ice; embarassing ad for Kreml Hair Tonic; Chesterfield cigarette color ad,