Newsweek Magazine, May 22, 1944 *THE WAR IN ITALY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Contents: Cover illustration of a Long Tom (155 mm) gun firing in Italy; Oldsmobile/GM color ad inside front cover features insigne of the 339th fighter squadron Army Air Forces; GM Diesel Power color ad showing excavating equipment in action; First Act of Invasion Drama - attack on Nazi's Gustav Line - Allies strike hard in Italy following regrouping of Forces - Japs follow suit in China; Air cooperation with ground forces still a problem for invasion command; Sevastopol Rises - smashing 3-day assault brings proudest victory since Stalingrad; Interesting list of fines posted near the front line in Italy (place name deleted by censor); Report on Italy - Our First Continental Invasion - Seven Bloody Months of Fighting; Priest Orlemanski's mission to Moscow ends in suspension from Holy duties - his "treating" with Stalin brings disciplinary action amid Polish-Russian Quarrel; Dramatic photos of Herman Wallenda and a stunt gone wrong at Madison Square Garden - with no net below him!; De Soto Transportation ad - shows cars and planes; Poll-Tax Filibuster; Cold-blooded Ethyl ad shows a sneering airman painting another Jap kill onto his aircraft; PCA Airline ad; Bonds to Battleships - James V. Forrestal; Allies touch up last plans for rule of liberated Europe - but Russia does not yet see eye to eye with U.S. and Britain on Handling of Nazis and Poles; Firestone color centerfold ad; Drama in Stokholm - Allied agents Force SKF to decide on ball bearings vital to the Nazis; Photos of Doukhobors partially disrobed in a Vancouver, B.C. courtroom; El Salvador rebels flock back home as Menendez takes over Presidency; Montgomery-Ward employees celebrate their CIO union's election victory; Rocket to the moon - Willie Ley says it is possible; Budd Manufacturing color ad; Old Overholt whiskey color ad. Moderate wear. Address label atop front cover. Unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, May 22, 1944 *THE WAR IN ITALY*

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: 823a4860

Keywords: Newsweek Magazine, May 22, 1944 *THE WAR IN ITALY* Long Tom (155 mm) gun firing in Italy; Oldsmobile/GM color ad inside front cover features insigne of the 339th fighter squadron Army Air Forces; GM Diesel Power color ad showing excavating equipment in action; First Act of Invasion Drama - attack on Nazi's Gustav Line - Allies strike hard in Italy following regrouping of Forces - Japs follow suit in China; Air cooperation with ground forces still a problem for invasion command; Sevastopol Rises - smashing 3-day assault brings proudest victory since Stalingrad; Interesting list of fines posted near the front line in Italy (place name deleted by censor); Report on Italy - Our First Continental Invasion - Seven Bloody Months of Fighting; Priest Orlemanski's mission to Moscow ends in suspension from Holy duties - his "treating" with Stalin brings disciplinary action amid Polish-Russian Quarrel; Dramatic photos of Herman Wallenda and a stunt gone wrong at Madison Square Garden - with no net below him!; De Soto Transportation ad - shows cars and planes; Poll-Tax Filibuster; Cold-blooded Ethyl ad shows a sneering airman painting another Jap kill onto his aircraft; PCA Airline ad; Bonds to Battleships - James V. Forrestal; Allies touch up last plans for rule of liberated Europe - but Russia does not yet see eye to eye with U.S. and Britain on Handling of Nazis and Poles; Firestone color centerfold ad; Drama in Stokholm - Allied agents Force SKF to decide on ball bearings vital to the Nazis; Photos of Doukhobors partially disrobed in a Vancouver, B.C. courtroom; El Salvador rebels flock back home as Menendez takes over Presidency; Montgomery-Ward employees celebrate their CIO union's election victory; Rocket to the moon - Willie Ley says it is possible; Budd Manufacturing color ad; Old Overholt Whiskey,