Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 19,1943 - Planes Over the Battlefield!

By: Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V.

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


96 pages. Features: Regent cigarette ad features illustrations of Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby and Vera Zorina; Brief obituaries for Alexandre Millerand, Daniel C. Roper, Mrs. Janet Roper, Tomas Garrido Canabal, and Richard D. Sears Sr.; Photo of Margie Hart, ex-burlesque stripper; Nice ad for the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York; Allies dashing after Rommel to push him into trap; Major war coverage; Hitler's Outstanding Military Mistakes; Photo shows the hierarchy of Allied Air command in Tunisia - Sir Arthur W. Tedder, Carl A. Spaatz, James H. Doolittle, Arthur Coningham and Harry Broadhurst; Diagram of immersion bombing ships; The need for air power in the Pacific; Photo of Hitler with King Boris of Bulgaria at Berchtesgaden; photo of testing a 16" gun over the Chesapeake; Fascinating one-page color ad by Kimberly-Clark shows English cop arresting man for tossing a candy wrapper - because he didn't recycle it for the war effort!; Photo of P.L. Sequestri whose leg was amputated on Guadalcanal; True story of de Gaulle visit shows blocks to French Unity; Bancor and Unitas steal show from rest of currency plan - article with photos of Keynes and White; The Treasury Postwar Plan for Money; Rough Detroit Red Wings sweep the NHL finals amids shower of pucks and barrage of bottles article with photo of Jim Orlando - who was arrested for draft evasion; Nice color Schlitz ad features swallows (birds); Archbishop Francis J. Spellman - article and photo; Photo of 8'-7" Cliff Thompson, a junior at Marquette School of Law; Great propaganda ad shows two mean looking Nazi soldiers beneath the caption "If they win... only our dead are free."; Bell Aircraft color ad inside back cover shows Jap air base being strafed; and much more. Above-average wear and soiling. Covers almost loose. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 19,1943 - Planes Over the Battlefield!

Author: Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Hockey, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1943

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 302g3295

Keywords: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 19, 1943 - Planes Over the Battlefield! Regent cigarette ad features illustrations of Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby and Vera Zorina; Brief obituaries for Alexandre Millerand, Daniel C. Roper, Mrs. Janet Roper, Tomas Garrido Canabal, and Richard D. Sears Sr.; Photo of Margie Hart, ex-burlesque stripper; Nice ad for the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York; Allies dashing after Rommel to push him into trap; Major war coverage; Hitler's Outstanding Military Mistakes; Photo shows the hierarchy of Allied Air command in Tunisia - Sir Arthur W. Tedder, Carl A. Spaatz, James H. Doolittle, Arthur Coningham and Harry Broadhurst; Diagram of immersion bombing ships; The need for air power in the Pacific; Photo of Hitler with King Boris of Bulgaria at Berchtesgaden; photo of testing a 16" gun over the Chesapeake; Fascinating one-page color ad by Kimberly-Clark shows English cop arresting man for tossing a candy wrapper - because he didn't recycle it for the war effort!; Photo of P.L. Sequestri whose leg was amputated on Guadalcanal; True story of de Gaulle visit shows blocks to French Unity; Bancor and Unitas steal show from rest of currency plan - article with photos of Keynes and White; The Treasury Postwar Plan for Money; Rough Detroit Red Wings sweep the NHL finals amids shower of pucks and barrage of bottles article with photo of Jim Orlando - who was arrested for draft evasion; Nice color Schlitz ad features swallows (birds); Archbishop Francis J. Spellman - article and photo; Photo of 8'-7" Cliff Thompson, a junior at Marquette School of Law; Great propaganda ad shows two mean looking Nazi soldiers beneath the caption "If they win... only our dead are free."; Bell Aircraft color ad inside back cover shows Jap air Base,