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Image for Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, August 13, 1949 - Yogi Berra / Artie Samish

Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, August 13, 1949 - Yogi Berra / Artie Samish

By: Velie, Lester; Derieux, James C.; Chandler, David; Manning, Gordon; Small, Collie; Skocpol, Lt. Emil; Lees, Hannah; Fay, Bill; Corliss, Allene; Ross, James; Stern, Richard; Macaulay, Richard; Carson, Robert; Chinn, Laurene Chambers

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Springfield, Ohio, The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company: 1949

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534g1542

Condition: Good


74 pages. Articles: The Secret Boss of Californa - Artie Samish (part 1 of 2); "Hurry" Cain Out of the West - Senatory Harry Cain of Washington state; Bringing Up a Movie Moppet; Yankee Yogi Berra - "I'm Human, Ain't I?" - article with great one-page color photo; The Biggest Blast of Them All (part 2 of 2) - Untold secrets of the Hiroshima bombing - article with photos; I Was Run Over by a Carrier - Emil Skocpol's plane crashed in front of the 45,000 ton carrier Midway; Farewell to Benzedrine Benders - disturbed by thrill-seekers who misused Benzedrine inhalers, the laboratory ... View more info

Image for Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, October 29, 1949 - Pilotless Fighter Plane of Tomorrow / General Omar Bradley

Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, October 29, 1949 - Pilotless Fighter Plane of Tomorrow / General Omar Bradley

By: Velie, Lester; Stavisky, Sam; Aswell, James; Boal, Sam; McPherson, C.L. "Steve"; Arnold, Oren; White, William S.; White, John W.; Child, Charles B.; Corrigan, Barbara; O'Day, Nell; Williams, Lawrence; Stern, Richard; Peters, Matthew; Mayse, Arthur

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Springfield, Ohio, The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company: 1949

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534g1552

Condition: Good


94 pages. Articles: New Menace in Missouri - Charles (Boss) Binaggio and criminality - article with photos; Can the C.I.O. Get Rid of the Commies?; The Town the G.I.s called "Smith" - Natchitoches, Louisiana - article with nice photos; Pilotless Fighter Plane of Tomorrow - a convincing argument that machines are about to outdistance us mortals, with nice color illustrations by Birney Lettick - a very prescient article; What Gives in Rasslin'? - article with fantastic photos of wrestlers including Gorgeous George, Jim Londos, Bronko Nagurski, Maurice Tillet (the angel), Lee Henning, San... View more info

Image for The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, December 30th, 1914 - Blockbuster Article Displays Evidence Against Belgium

The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, December 30th, 1914 - Blockbuster Article Displays Evidence Against Belgium

By: Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor

Price: $1,500.00

Publisher: New York, The International Monthly Inc.: 1914

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 556g0125

Condition: Good


32 pages. This issue is twice as long as previous issues due to its blockbuster treatment of "The Case of Belgium" with reproductions of documents incriminating to Belgium. Features: The (New York) "Times" in Despair; Irish Home Rule Bill; Government Control of Public Utilities, by Frank Koester; "I Protest", by Clara Viebig - one of the foremost novelists of Europe; We Demand Real Neutrality; What is an American German?, by Representative Richard A. Bartholdt of Missouri; The Case of Belgium - In the light of official reports found in the secret archives of the Belgi... View more info

Image for The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, February 10th, 1915 - Cover Illustration of General Von Beseler - The Man Who Captured Antwerp

The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, February 10th, 1915 - Cover Illustration of General Von Beseler - The Man Who Captured Antwerp

By: Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor

Price: $299.95

Publisher: New York, The International Monthly: 1915

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 556g0130

Condition: Fair


16 pages. Features: An American Platform - Washington conference of epochal importance - Nation-wide Movement for the protection of American Interests - Mr. William Jennings Bryan's Letter - The Platform; That Belgian Treaty, by Dr. Edmund von Mach; Snobbery in Excelsis - the British-American Ware Relief Fund headed by Lady Herbert, by Frank Harris; A Bird's Eye View of the (WWI) Operations on Land; Who's To Blame? - a powerful editorial by George Sylvester Viereck; Military Strategy and the Enemy's Industry, by Dr. Hugo Schweitzer; The German "Barbarians" on St. Nicholas Day; A Camel... View more info

Image for The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, March 3rd, 1915 - Cover Illustration of General Von Emmich, the Strategist Who Captured Liege

The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, March 3rd, 1915 - Cover Illustration of General Von Emmich, the Strategist Who Captured Liege

By: Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor

Price: $299.95

Publisher: New York, The International Monthly: 1915

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 556g0133

Condition: Good


16 pages. Features: Is the End Near?; A Russian Waterloo; The German and English Replies; "American Independence Union" - Committee on organization appointed at Washington conference holds its first meeting in New York and elects officers; Must be Interned - Armed English Merchant Ships; Warning! - it is the intent of the English government to sink an American vessel in the war zone by one of her submarines and make it appear that the destruction was wrought by a German craft (false flag attack); New York's German Theater; The Duty of German-Americans, by Kuno Francke; Russia's Black... View more info

Image for The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, August 4th, 1915 - Cover Photo of Dr. C.J. Hexamer - President of the German American Alliance - An Organization of Over 2,000,000 Americans - The War of 1920 (continued)

The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, August 4th, 1915 - Cover Photo of Dr. C.J. Hexamer - President of the German American Alliance - An Organization of Over 2,000,000 Americans - The War of 1920 (continued)

By: Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor

Price: $699.95

Publisher: New York, The International Monthly: 1915

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 556g0152

Condition: Good


20 pages. Features: The Next Step of President Wilson; Friends of Peace, Organize! Organize!; The Trust of the Red Death - Article III - Premonitions of the Future - George Sylvester Viereck discusses how capital is diverted from peaceful employment to the establishment of a trust that will ean the fomenting and making of wars for profit; News from Austria-Hungary, by Dr. Ervin Acel-Starhemberg; German Week at the San Francisco Exposition; Famous English Preacher Pleads for Arms Embargo - Rev. Dr. Aked and Prof. Rauschenbusch Protest Against National Dishonor; The War of 1920 (continued); Rus... View more info

Image for The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, November 3rd, 1915 - Cover Portrait of Jeremiah A. O'Leary, Champion of Real Americanism

The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, November 3rd, 1915 - Cover Portrait of Jeremiah A. O'Leary, Champion of Real Americanism

By: Viereck, George Sylvester: Editor

Price: $299.95

Publisher: New York, The International Monthly: 1915

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 556g0158

Condition: Good


Pages 213-232 (20 pages in this issue). Features: Who is Using Our Life Insurance Funds? - Wall Street Again Defies the Law in Gambling with the Savings of the American People, by Charles A. Collman; How the Bank Depositors of New York Beat the Loan, by Jeremiah A. O'Leary; General Von Steuben, Washington's Friend and Aid, the German-American Who Helped Make the Republic, by Dr. C.J. Hexamer - with illustrations; Poem by Peter Golden; Secessionist in New England, by Frederick Franklin Schrader; Miss Cavell and Brand Whitlock; England's Darkest Hours; The Men of the Eitel Friedrich; The Pirat... View more info

Image for The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, October 14, 1914

The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, October 14, 1914

By: Viereck, George Sylvester; Schrader, Frederick F.: Editors

Price: $350.00

Publisher: New York, The International Monthly: 1914

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 556g0114

Condition: Good


16 pages. Features: The German Navy - a calm analysis of the causes and cost of its development - England's efforts to restrict it, and why; Treaty Violations - Solemn pledges broken by England and Russia; Belgian Priest defends Germans - Dr. Coenrad, Vice-Regent of Louvain University, Contradicts Belgian Commission to Washington; The Truth About Ireland; Bavarian Cradle Song - poem by Howard C. Robbins; Congressman Bartholdt's Plea for Germany; Frenchmen say English Soldiers Not "Fit"; Have the Boers Forgotten?; The Dewey-Diedrichs Affair; Centerfold request for advertisers for this ... View more info

Image for American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", December (Dec.) 1961, Volume XCIII No. 454 - The Theatre Is A Weapon of War / Why Johnny Won't Re-Enlist

American Mercury Magazine, "To Bear Witness To The Truth", December (Dec.) 1961, Volume XCIII No. 454 - The Theatre Is A Weapon of War / Why Johnny Won't Re-Enlist

By: Walker, Lavinia-A.; Marx, Karl T.; Tench, C.V.; Cunningham, Hon. Glenn; Olsson, Norman V.; Goff, Kenneth; et al

Price: $149.95

Publisher: Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A., Defenders of the Faith: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 759h2244

Condition: Good


128 pages. Features: Does it Really Matter What is True?; The Orphaned Beauty - strange story behind the song Silent Night; Why Johnny Won't Re-Enlist - communist strategy includes lowering the morale of U.S. fighting men; Red Fire From the Yellow Dragon - a new world power must be reckoned with since China's Dr. Tsien fled from the U.S.; Everybody Knows That; Floating Ghost Ship - The "Baychimo" used to call on Hudson Bay Company trading posts from her home port of Vancouver, B.C.; The Stomach - Turning Point - who is tampering with the soul of America?; Escape from Torture - how John... View more info

Image for Collier's Magazine, March 6 1948 - Chiang Kai-shek's Power Fading in China

Collier's Magazine, March 6 1948 - Chiang Kai-shek's Power Fading in China

By: Ware, Edmund; Waldron, Eli; Taylor, Samuel W.; Child, Charles B.; Sher, Jack; Worden, William L.; Rand, Christopher; Fay, Bill; French, Carl; Taft, Senator Robert A.; Timmons, Bascom N.; Crichton, Kyle; Velie, Lester

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Springfield, IL, U.S.A., The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company: 1948

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534g1565

Condition: Good


78 pages. Articles: Between the bear and the dragon - Chiang Kai-shek's power in China has faded - article with great photos; Collier's Sports - the low-down on baseball salaries; Hollywood Goes to Rome - shooting the Cagliostro movie in Rome; Toward Peace in Labor - how the Labor-Management relations Act has worked so far; John N. Garner's Story (part 3) - reveals the former Vice-Presidents's attitude toward the Roosevelt lend-spend policy and the third term; Whether Man - New York's Blizzard of '47 put the forecasters on a spot; Hard Times Come To Wall Street - why the nation's money center ... View more info

Image for Canadian Art Magazine, Spring 1992, Volume 9, Number 4: The Inside Story on Bill Reid's Washington Embassy Project

Canadian Art Magazine, Spring 1992, Volume 9, Number 4: The Inside Story on Bill Reid's Washington Embassy Project

By: Watson, Scott; Tousley, Nancy; Gagnon, Francois-Marc; Schjeldahl, Peter

Price: $69.95

Publisher: Toronto, The Canadian Art Foundation / Key Publishers: 1992

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 417h2966

Condition: Good


80 pages. Features: Bill Reid and the Washington Embassy Project - the little canoe that grew; Architecture and Ethics; Vancouver artist Ken Lum; Jean-Paul Riopelle's work at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts; Bruce Nauman charts passage into the turbulent human soul; Jack Shadbolt - the eminence grise of West-Coast modernism muses on life, art and a sense of place. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Saudi Aramco World (Magazine), September / October (Sept. / Oct.) 2008 - Washington Irving in Spain

Saudi Aramco World (Magazine), September / October (Sept. / Oct.) 2008 - Washington Irving in Spain

By: Werner, Louis; et al

Price: $69.95

Publisher: USA, Aramco Services Company: 2008

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 201h0002

Condition: Fair


48 pages. Features: Following Washington Irving in Spain; Suitable Luxury - elegant robes used to be given in ceremonies called khil'a, and today, vestiges of them endure around the world; Mayfair to Makkah - Lady Evelyn Cobbold in 1933 became the first British woman to perform the Hajj; Mushaira - Pakistan's festival of poetry; The Syndicate of Troy; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Moderate moisture exposure to bottom quarter. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Campaigns Magazine, Issue Forty-Four (44) , March - April 1983: The Sophisticated Art of Boxed Dioramas

Campaigns Magazine, Issue Forty-Four (44) , March - April 1983: The Sophisticated Art of Boxed Dioramas

By: Zaloga, Steven; Stearns, Philip; Riehn, Richard; Schmidt, John; Katcher, Philip; et al

Price: $49.95

Publisher: USA, Campaigns: 1983

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301g3454

Condition: Good


56 pages. Features: Zaloga on the M-1 Abrams Tank; Paine on the Sophisticated Art of Boxed Dioramas; Stearns on the Washington, Boston & Chicago Shows; Origins and Development of the Field Marshall's Baton; An Historical Look at the Confederate Navy; and more. Address label on front cover. Average wear. A sound copy. View more info