Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, January 14, 1946: Cover Photo of Edward Reilly Stettinius, Jr. / Germ Warfare Article

By: Pratt, Admiral William V.; Et al

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Book Condition: Good


104 pages. Features: Nice one-page ad for Hilton Hotels features the Palmer House of Chicagp; Superb one-page color ad for Ford Trucks features green pickup in pleasant farm scene; Dow Chemical ad features illustration of kettle and steam inventor James Watt; (Labor) Strike Wave Threatens Essential U.S. Needs; Sam Rayburn - Texan; Joan Bennett's "Scarlet Street" is censored for 'tending to corrupt morals'; Photo of Jane Russell in low-cut blouse posing for painting; Fantastic color one-page Coke ad features crowded soda shop scene with boy singing into napkin holder microphone; Classic one-page color-photo ad for Camel cigarettes titled "More Doctors Smoke Camels Than Any Other Cigarette"; World Watches First Assembly of UNO; Photo of Mickey Rooney shaking hands with De Gaulle; Classic color ad for White Trucks features soda factory and happy end-user; Trial of Lt. Gen. Masaharu Homma in Manila; Religious Emancipation is the Jap's by MacArthur's Grace; Lt. Gen. Sir Frederick Morgan, chief of UNRRA's activities in Germany, states that the movement of Jews from Poland into Germany looked like a "second Exodus... a well-organized, positive plan to get out of Europe" to Palestine, and that he had seen Jews arriving in Berlin "well-dressed, well-fed, rosy-cheeked and (with) plenty of money..They certainly do not look like persecuted people."; U.S. Need to keep peace pledges slows homeward trek of troops; A Safe American Must be founded on Strength; Nice Firestone Tire color centerfold features race car; Nice Old Thompson whiskey ad features piano keyboard; Photo of ex-POW Pvt. Cleo Brown and his bride in Milwaukee hotel; Photos of changing Navy fashions; Doukhobor article with stripping photo; Oil strike in Chile; Color photo ad for Chrysler features Andre Kostelanetz leading orchestra; Classy one-page color ad for the Farnsworth Television and Radio Corporation; Brief obituaries for William Joyce (Lord Haw Haw); Hector Charlesworth; William T. Dewart Jr., Slim Summerville; Germ Warfare Article with photo of Major Merck inspecting Camp (Fort) Dietrich laboratories - US was set for biological war more terrible than enemy knew; Rare Great Northern Railway ad features the opening of modern China (very prescient); SN 7618 for Malaria; photo of Lt. Col. Margaret Craighill; Great photo ad by the Cuban National Tobacco Commission features Edward G. Robinson lighting up; Article on Branch Rickey; Jockey Woolf, 1909-1946; Sensational one-page color ad for Grace Line features illustrations of their new fleet of twenty "Santa" ships; Rare one-page ad for Cuba Mail Line entitled "Ice Cubes for Cuba" shows happy family table; Curious ad for National Company's Radios features small illustration of 'slant-eyed' Chinaman above text "Gung Ho"; The Press, the Radio, and Mr. La Guardia; Color-photo ad for Canadian Club features mountain climbing on Mexico's Popocatepetl; and more. Average wear and soiling. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, January 14, 1946: Cover Photo of Edward Reilly Stettinius, Jr. / Germ Warfare Article

Author Name: Pratt, Admiral William V.; Et al

Categories: Military, History, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1946

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 302G3305

Keywords: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, January 14, 1946: Cover Photo of Edward Reilly Stettinius, Jr. Hilton Hotels features the Palmer House of Chicagp; Superb one-page color ad for Ford Trucks features green pickup in pleasant farm scene; Dow Chemical ad features illustration of kettle and steam inventor James Watt; (Labor) Strike Wave Threatens Essential U.S. Needs; Sam Rayburn - Texan; Joan Bennett's "Scarlet Street" is censored for 'tending to corrupt morals'; Photo of Jane Russell in low-cut blouse posing for painting; Fantastic color one-page Coke ad features crowded soda shop scene with boy singing into napkin holder microphone; Classic one-page color-photo ad for Camel cigarettes titled "More Doctors Smoke Camels Than Any Other Cigarette"; World Watches First Assembly of UNO; Photo of Mickey Rooney shaking hands with De Gaulle; Classic color ad for White Trucks features soda factory and happy end-user; Trial of Lt. Gen. Masaharu Homma in Manila; Religious Emancipation is the Jap's by MacArthur's Grace; Lt. Gen. Sir Frederick Morgan, chief of UNRRA's activities in Germany, states that the movement of Jews from Poland into Germany looked like a "second Exodus... a well-organized, positive plan to get out of Europe" to Palestine, and that he had seen Jews arriving in Berlin "well-dressed, well-fed, rosy-cheeked and (with) plenty of money..They certainly do not look like persecuted people."; U.S. Need to keep peace pledges slows homeward trek of troops; A Safe American Must be founded on Strength; Nice Firestone Tire color centerfold features race car; Nice Old Thompson whiskey ad features piano keyboard; Photo of ex-POW Pvt. Cleo Brown and his bride in Milwaukee hotel; Photos of changing Navy fashions; Doukhobor article with stripping photo; Oil strike in Chile; Color photo ad for Chrysler features Andre Kostelanetz leading orchestra; Classy one-page color ad for the Farnsworth Television and Radio Corporation; Brief obituaries for William Joyce (Lord Haw Haw); Hector Charlesworth; William T. Dewart Jr., Slim Summerville; Germ Warfare Article with photo of Major Merck inspecting Camp (Fort) Dietrich laboratories - US was set for biological war more terrible than enemy knew; Rare Great Northern Railway ad features the opening of modern China (very prescient); SN 7618 for Malaria; photo of Lt. Col. Margaret Craighill; Great photo ad by the Cuban National Tobacco Commission features Edward G. Robinson lighting up; Article on Branch Rickey; Jockey Woolf, 1909-1946; Sensational one-page color ad for Grace Line features illustrations of their new fleet of twenty "Santa" ships; Rare one-page ad for Cuba Mail Line entitled "Ice Cubes for Cuba" shows happy family table; Curious ad for National Company's Radios features small illustration of 'slant-eyed' Chinaman above text "Gung Ho"; The Press, the Radio, and Mr. La Guardia; Color-photo ad for Canadian Club features mountain climbing on Mexico's Popocatepetl,