Liberty Magazine, August 10, 1940 *Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good


52 pages. Cover illustration by J.F. Kernan shows golfer bending down to pluck a four-leaf clover; Contents: Editorial by Joseph Lister Rutledge argues that the Allies will will WWII if everyone performs; My Love Affair with Mussolini, by Magda Fontanges - Part One; Fifth (5th) Column in California - Will the Japanese Blitzkrieg Strike at the U.S.A.? - Jerry D. Lewis argues that Japanese-American fishermen in California pose a security threat to the nation; Flames Without Heat, by Margaret E. Sangster; 40 question theater quiz by George Jean Nathan; Golf is a Goofy Game, by Richards Vidmer; Beppo, by Jane Magill; A World Well Lost, by Alice Douglas Kelly; Lifebuoy soap ad presents scientific facts about 'B.O.'; The Man Behind a Miracle - a vivid look at Wendell Willkie, by Bernarr Macfadden; Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron - a revealing picture of the man who is finding Great Britain's war planes, by Kim Beattie; Money Talks - Part 10, by Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr.; Did Stalin Poison Lenin?, by Leon Trotsky; Song... and 1780, by Beverly Hills; Alice Faye appears in Lux soap ad; To the Ladies, by Princess Alexandra Kropotkin; The War Days of Queen Elizabeth - part 2, by Mavis Cox - the stirring chronicle of a woman's royal courage; The Deserted Village - Hollywood, by Frederick Lewis; Who Killed This Woman?, by Harriette Ashbrook - Part 3; Ad for Odo-Ro-No deodorant; A Visitor Goes Away and Dies, by Fulton Oursler; Ad inside back cover promotes Liberty Magazine and the Chateau Frontenac Hotel in Quebec City; Nice colour ad on back cover for Mercury Mills Limited, Hamilton. Average wear. A sound copy.

Title: Liberty Magazine, August 10, 1940 *Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron*

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Canadiana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada: 1942

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 825C7579

Keywords: Liberty Magazine, January 3, 1942 *LINDBERGH AND THE JEWS* Charles Central Intelligence Agency Colonel William J. Donovan War Savings Certificates to support the provision of food for Britain; Interesting editorial by Joseph Lister Rutledge explains how many men at home it takes to support each man in battle; The Most Mysterious Office in Washington - an early report on the CIA, then known as the CIO (Co-ordination of Information) and its chief Colonel William J. (Wild Bill) Donovan; See You Sometime!, by Clara Wallace Overton; Charles Lindbergh and the Jews - Francis E. McMahon claims "it is certain that Lindbergh is playing Hitler's game"; "The Yanks are Coming!" - Foster Hewitt on the threat that U.S. players will dominate ice hockey, with photos; In Darkest Harlem - a closeup of "The World's Most Wicked City" by Helen Worden and Edward Doherty; How to Become an Oracle, by Gracie Allen; Mississippi Belle, by Clements Ripley - Part 5; Before You Pan Hollywood - Howard Dietz, an embattled spokesman for filmdom defies its critics; Triumph, by Phillips Campbell; What will happen to the (Boxing) Champions Now? - Jack Dempsey argues that titles will topple in 1942; Movies You Ought to See; Blood of the Dragon, by Achmed Abdullah; Man to Man, by Gerald McCann; To the Ladies, by Princess Alexandra Kropotkin; Back cover ad for Christmas Seals Bonds J.F. Kernan shows golfer bending down to pluck a four-leaf clover; Contents: Editorial by Joseph Lister Rutledge argues that the Allies will will WWII if everyone performs; My Love Affair with Mussolini, by Magda Fontanges - Part One; Fifth (5th) Column in California - Will the Japanese Blitzkrieg Strike at the U.S.A.? - Jerry D. Lewis argues that Japanese-American fishermen in California pose a security threat to the nation; Flames Without Heat, by Margaret E. Sangster; 40 question theater quiz by George Jean Nathan; Golf is a Goofy Game, by Richards Vidmer; Beppo, by Jane Magill; A World Well Lost, by Alice Douglas Kelly; Lifebuoy soap ad presents scientific facts about 'B.O.'; The Man Behind a Miracle - a vivid look at Wendell Willkie, by Bernarr Macfadden; Lord Beaverbrook - Canada's Whirlwind Baron - a revealing picture of the man who is finding Great Britain's war planes, by Kim Beattie; Money Talks - Part 10, by Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr.; Did Stalin Poison Lenin?, by Leon Trotsky; Song... and 1780, by Beverly Hills; Alice Faye appears in Lux soap ad; To the Ladies, by Princess Alexandra Kropotkin; The War Days of Queen Elizabeth - part 2, by Mavis Cox - the stirring chronicle of a woman's royal courage; The Deserted Village - Hollywood, by Frederick Lewis; Who Killed This Woman?, by Harriette Ashbrook - Part 3; Ad for Odo-Ro-No deodorant; A Visitor Goes Away and Dies, by Fulton Oursler; Ad inside back cover promotes Liberty Magazine and the Chateau Frontenac Hotel in Quebec City; Nice colour ad on back cover for Mercury Mills Limited, Hamilton,