National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1943 - New Canadian Pacific Air Lines / The Royal Engineers - The Army's Pathfinders


60 pages. Features: Cover photo of baby gnawing on huge Easter egg; Canadian National - Canadian Pacific ad inside front cover called "War Whoop" shows speeding night train and illustration of native warrier to explain how the night-time whistle of a locomotive means men and materiel are being rushed to the front; News digest discusses German propaganda efforts to incur western suspicion against Russia; One-page Trans-Canada Telephone System ad implores long distance users to "Be Brief!", given wartime restrictions on their ability to increase capacity; Editorial comments on support for Russia and the need for those unable to fight in person to contribute financially to the war effort; Brain Waves For Winning the War - photo-illustrated article on technical innovations used in the war effort; Excellent photo-illustrated article on the new Canadian Pacific Airlines includes photos of Stewardess Ethel Hailes, Air Commodore H. Hollick-Kenyon, Grant W.G. McConachie, C.H. Dickins, and veteran parachutist Jack McGovern (at No.l 2 Air Observer School); Earthbound (short story); The Pomander Walk Myster (short story); Alterations (short story); The Royal Engineers - The Army's Pathfinders - nice photo-illustrated article; Sight Unseen (short story); Hollywood news and photos; GM one-page ad highlights their "Victory Service"; One-page Ford ad features illustrations of some of their 1943 military vehicles; The United Service Centre, located in the Eaton Annex, Winnipeg; Centrefold Victory Bonds ad sponsored by the National War Finance Committee illustrates seven Canadians from various walks of life and explains their financial contributions to the war effort; Woodbury Soap ad includes photos of Barbara Sellers of Winnipeg; Woodbury Cold Cream ad includes photo of film star Janet Blair; Food article on "Russia's Nutrition" explains how Russia is tightening its belt to support the Red Army - with photos; Fashion illustrations; Photo-illustrated article on the women of Russia; Quotes from around the world; H.J. Heinz ad inside back cover explains how "To Make Plain Foods Taste Like Banquet Fare"; Fantastic colour-illustrated back cover Coke ad shows soldier proudly walking in great coat, with smaller images of additional members of the military; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy of this excellent wartime issue.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1943 - New Canadian Pacific Air Lines / The Royal Engineers - The Army's Pathfinders

Author: Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Cunningham, L.A.; Lent, C.; Bynum, T.; Ford, S.; Michaelson, J.M.; Macarow, P.; Luscombe Whyte, A.P.; Bayne, E.G.; Kennedy, M.; Et al

Illustrator: Neff, R.W. (cover); Mastri, Fiore; Burke, May C.; Holmgren, John; Macdonald Al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly: 1943

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4780

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