National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1942 - Sabotage Strangles Hitler / Great Victory Bonds Centrefold Ad / National Selective Service Regulations


64 pages. Features: Nice colour GM of Canada ad inside front cover says "25 Million Man-Hours ago", and illustrates wartime manufacture; News digest includes American attacks in the Pacific, Britain attacks at Dieppe, and Victory by Air Power?; Trans-Canada Telephone System one-page ad says "Day and Night, The Telephone is on the job for Victory"; Photo of Flt.-Lieut. H.T. Legge, D.F.C., of Calgary; Nice one-page Parker Pen ad; New Hearts for Old - article on medical advances; Hand Me Down the Moon (short story); Sabotage Strangles Hitler - photo-illustrated article with scenes of destruction in Germany and France; Great is the Glory (short story); One Grand (short story); Wings for the Infantry - photo-illustrated article explains how gliders and paratroops may play a vital role in our coming invasion of Nazi-controlled countries; Not in the Books (short story); Hollywood news and photos; Cotton at War - photo-illustrated article explains wartime uses of cotton; Ford Motor Company one-page illustration of young Windsor man training in machine shop; Fantastic centrefold Victory Bonds red and white ad says "Canadians Rally to the Call" and shows civilians marching; Pepsodent ad features photos of stewardess twins Athalie Davis and her sister; Woodbury Soap ad features photos of Lovely Denyse Quintal of Montreal; Woodbury Cold Cream ad features photo of Dorothy Lamour; Old Dutch Cleander illustrated ad titled "Housecleaning Hints for Wartime Wives!"; Article providing suggestings for packing overseas parcels; Recipes for wartime hospitality; Brazil - our new ally (brief article); Beauty tips article; Fashion illustrations; Quotes from around the world; Photo of children submitted by Mrs. J.L. Brood of Kenora; Rare one-page ad inside back cover in which the Government of Canada specifies "National Selectiver Service Regulations, Effective September 1, 1942; Back cover features unique ad by the H.J. Heinz Company titled "Keeping the Home Front... Fit!"; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this excellent wartime issue.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1942 - Sabotage Strangles Hitler / Great Victory Bonds Centrefold Ad / National Selective Service Regulations

Author: Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Cunningham, L.A.; Trimble, A.C.; Ferris, H.T.; Marx, J. And A.; Carter, D.; Albert H.A.; Anderson, J.C.; Bayne, E.G.; Haworth, C.R.; Et al

Illustrator: Foster, R.E.; Holmgren, John; Mastri, Fiore; House, Nathan; Burke, May C.;

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Medicine, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly: 1942

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4786

Keywords: National Home Monthly Magazine, October (Oct.) 1942 - Sabotage Strangles Hitler Draft colour GM of Canada ad inside front cover says "25 Million Man-Hours ago", and illustrates wartime manufacture; News digest includes American attacks in the Pacific, Britain attacks at Dieppe, and Victory by Air Power?; Trans-Canada Telephone System one-page ad says "Day and Night, The Telephone is on the job for Victory"; Photo of Flt.-Lieut. H.T. Legge, D.F.C., of Calgary; Nice one-page Parker Pen ad; New Hearts for Old - article on medical advances; Hand Me Down the Moon (short story); Sabotage Strangles Hitler - photo-illustrated article with scenes of destruction in Germany and France; Great is the Glory (short story); One Grand (short story); Wings for the Infantry - photo-illustrated article explains how gliders and paratroops may play a vital role in our coming invasion of Nazi-controlled countries; Not in the Books (short story); Hollywood news and photos; Cotton at War - photo-illustrated article explains wartime uses of cotton; Ford Motor Company one-page illustration of young Windsor man training in machine shop; Fantastic centrefold Victory Bonds red and white ad says "Canadians Rally to the Call" and shows civilians marching; Pepsodent ad features photos of stewardess twins Athalie Davis and her sister; Woodbury Soap ad features photos of Lovely Denyse Quintal of Montreal; Woodbury Cold Cream ad features photo of Dorothy Lamour; Old Dutch Cleander illustrated ad titled "Housecleaning Hints for Wartime Wives!"; Article providing suggestings for packing overseas parcels; Recipes for wartime hospitality; Brazil - our new ally (brief article); Beauty tips article; Fashion illustrations; Quotes from around the world; Photo of children submitted by Mrs. J.L. Brood of Kenora; Rare one-page ad inside back cover in which the Government of Canada specifies "National Selectiver Service Regulations, Effective September 1, 1942; Back cover features unique ad by the H.J. Heinz Company titled "Keeping the Home Front... Fit!,