Newsweek Magazine, January 24, 1944 *JFK HOME FOR 30 DAYS OF LEAVE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Contents: Caterpillar Diesel ad - They pushed back the sea at Port Moresby; drawing of a very primitive snowmobile as part of an electric power company ad; Photo of JFK - he returned to Los Angeles for a leave after 11 months of fighting in the Pacific; Greatest battle of air weighs U.S. Bombers vs. Nazi industry - but Germans still produce - meanwhile Eisenhower begins speeding D Day preparations; Mustang, aviation's ugly duckling, becomes a top long-range fighter; The outlook in the Battle of Russia - by Maj. Gen. Paul B. Malone; Bid for Burma; Nazis seem to plan Ukraine stand despite red encirclement tactics; Why our Italian campaign is so tough; Enveloping Rabaul; Reds keep Curzon Line the issue in rejecting Polish conference - Pravda story of British offer of separate German peace injects new note in Allied relations; Lucky Strike cigarettes - attractive color ad; chart showing FDR's 12 budgets - reflect massive spending increases of WW II; Riddles of contract termination hold key to postwar prosperity; Nice military Oldsmobile/GM ad; Hereford T.Royal Rupert sells for record $38,000; A harbinger of things to come - photo of 5 Mexicans, wearing native hats and panchos (!), brought to New Haven to shovel snow due to manpower shortage; Photos and article on Bronko Nagurski; Kinsey Whiskey - nice color ad; Leadership in Merchant Shipping presents U.S. with big problem - is subsidy war inevitable or can world powers co-operate to ease trade competition. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, January 24, 1944 *JFK HOME FOR 30 DAYS OF LEAVE*

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: 823a4873

Keywords: Newsweek Magazine, January 24, 1944 *THE GOP RACE IS ON* Dewey Willkie JFK PT-109 Caterpillar Diesel ad - They pushed back the sea at Port Moresby; drawing of a very primitive snowmobile as part of an electric power company ad; Photo of JFK - he returned to Los Angeles for a leave after 11 months of fighting in the Pacific; Greatest battle of air weighs U.S. Bombers vs. Nazi industry - but Germans still produce - meanwhile Eisenhower begins speeding D Day preparations; Mustang, aviation's ugly duckling, becomes a top long-range fighter; The outlook in the Battle of Russia - by Maj. Gen. Paul B. Malone; Bid for Burma; Nazis seem to plan Ukraine stand despite red encirclement tactics; Why our Italian campaign is so tough; Enveloping Rabaul; Reds keep Curzon Line the issue in rejecting Polish conference - Pravda story of British offer of separate German peace injects new note in Allied relations; Lucky Strike cigarettes - attractive color ad; chart showing FDR's 12 budgets - reflect massive spending increases of WW II; Riddles of contract termination hold key to postwar prosperity; Nice military Oldsmobile/GM ad; Hereford T.Royal Rupert sells for record $38, 000; A harbinger of things to come - photo of 5 Mexicans, wearing native hats and panchos (!), brought to New Haven to shovel snow due to manpower shortage; Photos and article on Bronko Nagurski; Kinsey Whiskey - nice color ad; Leadership in Merchant Shipping presents U.S. with big problem - is subsidy war inevitable or can world powers co-operate to ease trade competition.,