National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1945 - Field Marshal Sir Harold Alexander / The Canadian Red Cross in Scotland


56 pages. Features: Bold and dramatic Canadian Red Cross ad inside front cover shows nurse with outstretched arms pleading for help in a war-torn world; Why German Surrender Must Be Unconditional; Editorial on tax inequities between private businesses and co-operatives, mutual insurance organizations and government-owned businesses; Generalship with Genius - photo-illustrated article on Field-Marshal Sir Harold Alexander; A River Fights the War - photo-illustrated article on the St. Maurice River and the major industries it supports; Sky Duel (short story); The Sheriff Says "No" (short story); East Wind (short story); The Fleet is the Town - great photo-illustrated article on H.M.C.S. "Cornwallis" in Nova Scotia; Cocooney Kelly (short story); The Canadian Red Cross in Scotland - article with photos including N/S Barbara Stanton of Port Stanton, Ontario, Gunner Robert Lattman of Prince George, B.C., and seven Canadian Nursing Sisters working at the Canadian Orthopaedic Unit at Hairmyers Hospital, East Kilbride, Scotland; One-page ad for Heinz soups features illustration of lady swooning over the taste; Great one-page black and white photo ad for Kodak features Tpr. K. Kosak of Mundare, Alberta with Dutch lady in traditional garb; Mend Your Manners; Woodbury soap ad features photos of newlyweds Elizabeth Strong of Montreal and Flying Officer Leonard Barrett, of the Royal Australian Air Force; Photo of Bonita Granville in Arrid ad; Photo of Lucille Ball in Jergens Lotion ad; Easter Fare on the Kitchen Front; Chase & Sanborn ad features colour Charlie McCarthy comic; Great one-page wartime Canada Post Office ad includes photo of troops overseas receiving mail and instructions how to address letters "to face the rigors of war'; Fashion article and illustrations; Colour ad for Singer sewing machines; World Sayings; Proud Ford ad inside back cover entitled "These 700" explains how they stopped making civilian vehicles on March 31, 1942 but are now resuming civilian production - and all 700 of their dealers remain!; Colour back cover ad for Marboleum floors; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, March (Mar.) 1945 - Field Marshal Sir Harold Alexander / The Canadian Red Cross in Scotland

Author: Cocking, R.; Breyfogle, Wm. A.; Crofts, F.W.; Green, H.G.; Hastings, Major L.; Paterson, J.; Bundy, F.G.; Et al

Illustrator: Abbot, John (cover); Iligan, Ralph; Humphrey, Walter Beach; Leake, Gerald; Harris, Lawrence;

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, Stovel / National Home Monthly: 1945

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4769

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