Newsweek Magazine, April 17, 1944 *COVER PHOTO OF H.R.H. PRINCESS ELIZABETH ALEXANDRA MARY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


Contents: Nash-Kelvinator military ad in color inside front cover; Ad for the Chrysler Sea Mule; Dewey triumph poses question - will Willkie bolt from party?; Hull's speech attempts to divorce politics from our foreign policy; Gun Play in Wichita - Bargel K. Stanley holds police off for an hour; Prelude to Torture - Jap Propaganda in Pictures - 3 pages reprinted from a mysterious undated English-language publication called 'Freedom' put out in Shanghai - "... these pictures show the great score the American people still have to score with the little men across the Pacific."; Navy Raids on Palau and Yap uncover secrets of Jap bases - old Sea Dogs are excited by size of U.S. attack force and nearness of Philippines; Photo of landing strip construction in China - 300,000 Chinese workers and 100,000 hand-made wheelbarrows have been conscripted to this end; British Rocket Battery - photo and article; Elizabeth, the future Queen of world's soundest monarchy; De Gaulle Triumph - finally becoming No. 1 Frenchman, he takes in reds - on his terms; Great photo of Curtiss Helldivers under construction at a new Fort William, Ontario plant which will produce for the U.S. Navy; SWPA starts setting policy on sale of surplus war goods; Andrew F. Howe, owner of 100 patents, finally settles with General Steel Castings for over $1 million; Trappist monks set up in Conyers, Georgia. Above-average wear. All pages stained to varying degrees, presumably by water - all text legible. A worthy reference copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, April 17, 1944 *COVER PHOTO OF H.R.H. PRINCESS ELIZABETH ALEXANDRA MARY*

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Newsweek: 1944

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 823a4861

Keywords: Newsweek Magazine, May 22, 1944 *COVER PHOTO OF H.R.H. PRINCESS ELIZABETH ALEXANDRA MARY* Nash-Kelvinator military ad in color inside front cover; Ad for the Chrysler Sea Mule; Dewey triumph poses question - will Willkie bolt from party?; Hull's speech attempts to divorce politics from our foreign policy; Gun Play in Wichita - Bargel K. Stanley holds police off for an hour; Prelude to Torture - Jap Propaganda in Pictures - 3 pages reprinted from a mysterious undated English-language publication called 'Freedom' put out in Shanghai - "... these pictures show the great score the American people still have to score with the little men across the Pacific."; Navy Raids on Palau and Yap uncover secrets of Jap bases - old Sea Dogs are excited by size of U.S. attack force and nearness of Philippines; Photo of landing strip construction in China - 300, 000 Chinese workers and 100, 000 hand-made wheelbarrows have been conscripted to this end; British Rocket Battery - photo and article; Elizabeth, the future Queen of world's soundest monarchy; De Gaulle Triumph - finally becoming No. 1 Frenchman, he takes in reds - on his terms; Great photo of Curtiss Helldivers under construction at a new Fort William, Ontario plant which will produce for the U.S. Navy; SWPA starts setting policy on sale of surplus war goods; Andrew F. Howe, owner of 100 patents, finally settles with General Steel Castings for over $1 million; Trappist monks set up in Conyers, Georgia,