Maclean's Magazine, April 15, 1942

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

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Book Condition: Good


56 pages. Features: Colour cover photo of the lift locks at Peterborough, Ontario; Two photos of an Italian propellerless (Jet) airplanne above an editorial entitled "Weapons Win Wars"; Big Ben Westclox ad with military theme; RCA Victor ad explains how their transmitters and receivers are ready to warn Canada of surprise attack; Parker Vacumatic Pen ad; Bruce Hutchison writes about Canadians in light of his millionaire friend, Captain Archibald Maule Ramsay, and Marshal Petain, of Vichy; Spring Practice, a story illustrated by John Scott; They Were Prepared - the true story of an unnamed Nova Scotia coastal community which was organized to rescue survivors of a torpedoed boat; Japan's Cult of Death, by Morris C. Shumiatcher claims "Fanatic Jap soldiers welcome death because to die in battle is to be worshipped as a god."; Listen Boss, Now Listen! - story by Neill C. Wilson; Interesting short BC article reports on the evacuation of the Japanese and the provinces fear that it may come under Japanese attack; Bomber Ferry - The Royal Air Force Ferry Command delivers aircraft to Britain under the command of Sir Frederick Bowhill - article with photos; Toat to Tomorrow - story by Manning Coles; Pianist Ross Pratt - portrait of a Canadian whom U.S. critics have called one of the 'most gifted' younger pianists; Woodbury soap ad featuring photos of Claire Morin of St. Joseph de Beauce, Quebec; Ford Motor Company ad explains their Xray process for examining crankshafts to be used in fighting equipment; Two-colour ad for Hewetson Shoes of Brampton, Ontario. Address label atop front cover. Faint erasure to front cover. Moderate wear. A sound wartime issue.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, April 15, 1942

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Canadiana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1942

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 827C7509

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