Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 12,1943 - Yank Bombers in Tunisia

By: Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V.

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Book Condition: Good


96 pages. Features: Details and photo for movie of the month "Presenting Lily Mars"; Lear Avia ad features A.F. (Duke) Krantz; Brief obituaries for William R. Grace, Cardinal Ermenegildo Pellegrinetti and Conrad Veidt; With Tunisian Victory Close, Where Will Allies Strike Next - major war coverage; What will the Italian Navy do?; Photos show Pilot Standring before he and other flew from a wire landing strip to attack the Japanese air base at Munda in the Solomons; World Bases After Victory - We Face a Delicate Problem - article with photo of Admirals King and Leahy, and General Marshall - plus large map proposing how US can be world's policeman; Great color-photo Camel cigarette ad centered on Navy men attracting ladies; Excellent color-photo ad for Diamond To Motor Trucks shows military activity in the high desert; Great color futuristic ad for Timken Axles shows orange super-transport; Very unique Ford centerfold ad for "The Toughest Fords Ever Built" shows Ford tanks!; Many other ads for suppliers of military supplies; Canaris loses to Himmler in contest for power - may cripple the vaunted Nazi intelligence system; Has U.S. enough aluminum?; Nice color ad for GM diesel locomotives; The Diamond Hill Machine Shop at Cos Cob, CT operated by Harold Powers - write-up with nice photo; Postwar planning on money; Basketball photo shows Kenny Sailors of Wyoming; Unusual photo ad for Douglas Fir Plywood shows it being used to make concrete ships!; Governor John W. Bricker of Ohio; Nice color ad for Studebaker shows trucks braving the snowy Alcan Highway; and much more. Above-average wear and soiling. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 12,1943 - Yank Bombers in Tunisia

Author Name: Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V.

Categories: Military, History, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1943

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 302G3294

Keywords: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 12, 1943 - Yank Bombers in Tunisia movie of the month "Presenting Lily Mars"; Lear Avia ad features A.F. (Duke) Krantz; Brief obituaries for William R. Grace, Cardinal Ermenegildo Pellegrinetti and Conrad Veidt; With Tunisian Victory Close, Where Will Allies Strike Next - major war coverage; What will the Italian Navy do?; Photos show Pilot Standring before he and other flew from a wire landing strip to attack the Japanese air base at Munda in the Solomons; World Bases After Victory - We Face a Delicate Problem - article with photo of Admirals King and Leahy, and General Marshall - plus large map proposing how US can be world's policeman; Great color-photo Camel cigarette ad centered on Navy men attracting ladies; Excellent color-photo ad for Diamond To Motor Trucks shows military activity in the high desert; Great color futuristic ad for Timken Axles shows orange super-transport; Very unique Ford centerfold ad for "The Toughest Fords Ever Built" shows Ford tanks!; Many other ads for suppliers of military supplies; Canaris loses to Himmler in contest for power - may cripple the vaunted Nazi intelligence system; Has U.S. enough aluminum?; Nice color ad for GM diesel locomotives; The Diamond Hill Machine Shop at Cos Cob, CT operated by Harold Powers - write-up with nice photo; Postwar planning on money; Basketball photo shows Kenny Sailors of Wyoming; Unusual photo ad for Douglas Fir Plywood shows it being used to make concrete ships!; Governor John W. Bricker of Ohio; Nice color ad for Studebaker shows trucks braving the snowy Alcan Highway,