Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 1 July 1939 - The Truth About the Bren Gun Article


40 pages. Features: Hard-to-believe colour photo ad for an International Delivery truck inside front cover looks like a cross between a banana and a toaster; Net Results (short story); The Truth About the Bren Gun Article - feedback after the storm of controversey which resulted when Maclean's printed an article by Lieut.-Col. George Drew describing "the most abominable contract that could possibly have been imagined" - includes photos of many of the main players; Overload (short story); Britain Accepts Conscription - part of Beverley Baxter's update from London; Sea Room (short story); Edward Johnson of Guelph (part 2) - with indomitable will he conquered music, strange tongues and life's tragedy in his determined invasion of the operatic world - article with photos; Ribuck! (short story); Hot Dogs - how to help your pet during a heat wave; Nice Coke ad on back cover features young couple heading to a soda fountain, with photo of soda jerk inserted. Average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 1 July 1939 - The Truth About the Bren Gun Article

Author: Jones, Stanley; Hayes, William Edward; Watkins, Richard Howells; Martyr, Weston; Baxter, A. Beverley; Moore, H. Napier; Blochin, Anne Elizabeth and Victor

Illustrator: Malcolm, Scott: (Cover Photo); Eldridge, Harold; LaSalle, Charles; Mawicke, Tran; Taylor, Weston; Easley, Joe

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, The Maclean Publishing Company: 1939

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 144g1294

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