The New York Times Magazine, February 11, 1945 - Photos of Target Berlin and Target Tokyo / General Lewis A. Pick


48 Pages. Features: Cover photo of bombing crew mission debriefing session; Nice one-page color ad for Woodbury film-finish powder features Sonja Henie; Temple radio ad; We must not delay rebuilding the world; Photo of B-17s over the Reich; Photo of Allied infantry and armor fighting along the German Westwall; Dramatic photo of B-29s thundering over Mount Fuji on way to Tokyo; Photo of American troops in landing barges on way to a Pacific Island; Last Fortress of the Nazis - article and photos explain how in the Alps east of Switzerland Hitler's henchmen are expected to make a final stand - includes caricatures of Hitler, Himmler, Goebels and Goering; The Soviet Soldier Does Not Forget - he remembers the long ordeal of his people and says it must not happen again; The Censor Defends the Censorship - Director of Censorship Byron Price replies to those who complain that too much news is kept from the public; General Lewis A. Pick of 'Pick's Pike' - photo-illustrated article of the builder of Stilwell Road, the 620-mile land route to China from Burma; One-page color ad for the Parker '51' pen; Poem - "Lincoln's Last Birthday"; One-page color ad for Benson & Hedges Virginia Rounds cigarettes; The Horace Mann-Lincoln School of teachers College; Photo and article on Shirley Temple - who tells how she evolved from gurgling to glamor; ad for Philharmonic radio-phonographs; William Gallacher - the only Communist M.P. in Britain, and one of the most persistent Churchill-baiters in Parliament - article with photo; Nice color ad for Valliant Vineyards; Great letter about jobs for men and women by Ann Maulsby; Lieut. Gen. Kurt Dittmar is 'The Voice of the Wehrmacht" - article with photo; Color ad for Nestle's evaporated milk; Nice color photo ad for Thomas' Protein Bread; Meals with Little or No Meat; Color Crisco ad; The Bare Arm Look (fashion); Decorating Ingenuity; Kingergarten Enterprises; Cocomalt ad features boy on stilts; Lovely two-page fashion section features attractive photos of formal fashions; Nice half-page color ad for Marlboro cigarettes features lady in red polka-dot summerwear; Postman's Daily Rounds - article on letter carriers of the New York area distribute 80 tons of mail daily; Color one-page ad for Fabrics by Stafford, sold by Goodman & Theise; Fantastic color-photo back page ad for Rheingold Beer features Miss Rheingold 1945, Pat Boyd, bowling. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage wartime issue.

Title: The New York Times Magazine, February 11, 1945 - Photos of Target Berlin and Target Tokyo / General Lewis A. Pick

Author Name: Fosdick, Raymond B.; Schiff, Victor; Price, Byron; Lawrence, W.; Durdin, Tillman; Duffus, R.L.; Markel, H.; Collins, J.; Holt, J.; Castle, M.; Roche, M.; Mackenzie C.; Et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, Fashion,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The New York Times Company: 1945

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 302G2851

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