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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 7 1944 - Occupied France / Japanese Bestiality
Weekly Publications, 1944. 100 pages. Features: Nice one-page photo-illustrated Boeing ad shows Flying Fortresses being assembled; Bill Robinson (Bojangles) marries Elaine Plaines - with photo; Thornton W. Burgess turns out his 10,000th syndicated nursery classic - with photo; Gene Tunney returns home from action; Jimmy Stewart promoted to Major; Brief obituaries for William Allen White, William T. Dewart, Sen. Frederick Van Nuys, Dr. Charles H. Townsend, Mrs. Cathleen Vancerbilt Arostegui and Dr. Daniel M. Molloy; Nice color-photo Union Pacific ad shows locomotive "The City of Los Angeles"; Nation replies in grim fury to Jap Brutality to Prisoners - "March of Death" in the Philippines - article with grim photo; From the Official Record of Jap Bestiality; Allies Shape Victory Pattern in Pacific; Major war coverage; Rome landing shows hurdles ahead when Allies invade Western Europe; Photo of "Jumbo Wilson"; Photo of Air Marshal Coningham; Third Reich admits bomb damage; Vichy regime hands over power to 'Chief with the iron fist'; Dramatic photos of occupied France; Argentina splits from Germany and Japan; Uncommon photo of Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret in pantomime costume; Finnish crisis - with photo of Premier Linkomies; Should Yugoslav King Peter alienate Serbs or risk losing British support?; Nice color ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes; Nice color Pontiac ad features artillery illustration and devasted Pacific Island landscape; Photo of Grand Mufti of Jerusalem heiling Storm Troops in Berlin; Photo of Indian Subhas Chandra Bose sharing platform with Hideki Tojo; Soldier Ballot dispute; Dramatic photo of Lt. Tommy Harmon returning home - now a seasoned P-38 pilot; Nice wartime color ad for Kodak full-color snapshots; The Neutrals' Honeymoon is over; Fantastic Schlitz one-page color ad called "Memories of a Kiss"; Great wartime International Harvester ad illustrates their conversion to war production; Great military Motorola ad shows soldier with walkie-talkie; Partial fascimile reproduction of US bond issue entitled "City of Tokyo, Japan - Destruction and Extermination"; Photos of INS correspondent Richard Tregaskis who was struck in the head by a shell fragment; Photo and article about Casey Stengel; Photo of boxer Ike Williams knocked out; Photo of James Hulbert and Mitford Mathews and their Dictionary of American English; Article about looted paintings acquired by the Nazis; Color-photo ad for Columbia Records shows Bruno Walter, Robert Casadesus, Nathan Milstein, Lotte Lehmann and Dimitri Mitropoulos; The Clark Williams family of Warrenville, IL deals with infantile paralysis/polio; Color-photo ad for Canadian Club features the Castle of Kul-Kul-Kan; Great back cover wartime Chesterfield cigarette ad features happy soldier opening carton of cigarettes and letter from his girl; and more. Above-average wear. Covers pulling from staples. A worthy vintage copy. Magazine
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