Newsweek Magazine, March 13, 1944 *OLD BILL TURNS UP ON THE ITALIAN FRONT*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair

Contents: Cracks appear in Axis line-up as satellite states look for exits - Finland has best chance to succeed as talks with Moscow open possibility of escape; Two disappointing slow-downs hamper allies' invasion plans - dragging Italian campaign and clash of ideas over Burma; The Admiralty Islands - springboard for combined drive on Philippines; Photo of the "Money Masters" - Presidents of eleven of the nation's twelve Federal Reserve Banks and a vice president of the twelfth; Smog and bombs force 268-year-old Greenwich Observatory to seek a new site from which to measure the world's time; Photo of Joe Louis (Barrow) in training at Camp Sibert, Ala.; Oscar winners of 1944. Above-average wear. Faint ink stamp atop front cover. Varying levels of staining to all pages. All text legible. A worthy reference copy.