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Newsweek Magazine, October 15, 1945 *MARSHALL - THE INSIDE STORY OF VICTORY*
Newsweek. Contents: Color Parker pen ad inside front cover; Nice ad for International Harvedster crawler tractors; Color ad for Ford trucks; Color Packar Car ad - a Patriotit Hoarder!; Color Texaco ad; Washington's higher wage plan fails to meet U.S. strike crisis - Administration behind pay boost of at least 15%; Dodge truck ad; Behind Anglo-US Peace Line-up lies horror of Atom Bomb War; Irma Grese - the lady butcher confesses; Swiss Stake - war paid off, peace pockets are empty; Photo of General Yamashita and friends dining on Army chow in a Manila prison; Marshall weighs war and peace - 'Keep our arms, Train our men!' - urges year of service for America's Citizen Army; Color ad for Oldsmobile, with Hydra-matic drive; General Patton - The Mouth; David Dubinsky - leader of the 360,000 member International Ladies Garment Workers Union; Now Chemical War Secrets of the war can be told - with photos and long article; red Rio truck ad; Photo of schoolboys throwing banned Nazi flags and textbooks on a bonfire in Cologne; 1945 World Series; Color TWA ad; Higgins boat ad; Nice color Diamond T truck ad; Nice color Chesterfield cigarette ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label atop front cover. A sound copy. Magazine
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