Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 7, 1947: Cover Photo of Sen. Arthur H. Vandenberg

By: Hazlitt, Henry; et al

Price: $199.95

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Book Condition: Fair


96 pages. Features: Nice one-page color ad for Lincoln cars features a red four-door with suicide doors; One-page color ad promotes Florida vacations; Classy color one-page ad for Mallory Hats; One-page photo ad for North American Aviation Inc. features their Navion 4-passenger plane; Hoover - "U.S. Communists are better organized than any fifth column Hitler had."; Senator Claude Pepper; Hawaii - struggle for control; Centralia Coal Co. Mine disaster at Wamac, Illinois; Attractive Coke ad shows three young office ladies eating their lunches in office; Color Camel cigarette ad features champion fisher Mrs. Dorothy Allan Newstead of Georgia; British prepare to turn Palestine over to the United Nations; Awesome one-page color Chevrolet ad features big chrome grill over flat black background; The French Four-Year Plan; Where are the POWS? - Two million missing Germans captured by the Soviets; Disastrous food situation in the Ruhr; Finnish physiotherapist Dr. Felix Kersten releases his analysis and observations of Himmler's personality; Color ad for 1947 Ford cars; Violence in Formosa; Photos of Australian girls bidding farewell to American sailors on the Wooloomooloo wharf in Sydney; Communism in Franc - illusions and realities; Jeep ad shows it doing utility jobs; Brief obituaries for Johnny Evers, Charles S. Whitman and Edith Craig; Examining Hiroshima victims 16 months later; Uranium 233; Barbara Ward - First Lady of the Economist; Airlines - Eddie Rickenbacker of Eastern; Photo of Horace T. Pentecost and his one-man "Hoppi-Copter" helicopter; Glorious color ad for Chrysler cars at apple blossom time; Henry Hazlitt writes on High Taxes vs. Incentive and Revenue; Photo of world record swimmer Joe Verdeur; Wonderfully-illustrated Fruehauf Trailers ad features the Minnehaha natural spring water and their loading docks on wheels; Erich Leinsdorf; Nice two-page ad for Newsweek; Nice color ad for Venus drawing pencils; Color-photo ad for Corby's whiskey; Nostalgic ad for P.I.E. - Pacific Intermountain Express (truck lines); Color-photo Studebaker ad inside back cover; and more. Above-average wear and soiling. Age-toning to contents. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 7, 1947: Cover Photo of Sen. Arthur H. Vandenberg

Author Name: Hazlitt, Henry; et al

Categories: Economics, History, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1947

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 302G3314

Keywords: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 7, 1947: Cover Photo of Sen. Arthur H. Vandenberg Lincoln cars features a red four-door with suicide doors; One-page color ad promotes Florida vacations; Classy color one-page ad for Mallory Hats; One-page photo ad for North American Aviation Inc. features their Navion 4-passenger plane; Hoover - "U.S. Communists are better organized than any fifth column Hitler had."; Senator Claude Pepper; Hawaii - struggle for control; Centralia Coal Co. Mine disaster at Wamac, Illinois; Attractive Coke ad shows three young office ladies eating their lunches in office; Color Camel cigarette ad features champion fisher Mrs. Dorothy Allan Newstead of Georgia; British prepare to turn Palestine over to the United Nations; Awesome one-page color Chevrolet ad features big chrome grill over flat black background; The French Four-Year Plan; Where are the POWS? - Two million missing Germans captured by the Soviets; Disastrous food situation in the Ruhr; Finnish physiotherapist Dr. Felix Kersten releases his analysis and observations of Himmler's personality; Color ad for 1947 Ford cars; Violence in Formosa; Photos of Australian girls bidding farewell to American sailors on the Wooloomooloo wharf in Sydney; Communism in Franc - illusions and realities; Jeep ad shows it doing utility jobs; Brief obituaries for Johnny Evers, Charles S. Whitman and Edith Craig; Examining Hiroshima victims 16 months later; Uranium 233; Barbara Ward - First Lady of the Economist; Airlines - Eddie Rickenbacker of Eastern; Photo of Horace T. Pentecost and his one-man "Hoppi-Copter" helicopter; Glorious color ad for Chrysler cars at apple blossom time; Henry Hazlitt writes on High Taxes vs. Incentive and Revenue; Photo of world record swimmer Joe Verdeur; Wonderfully-illustrated Fruehauf Trailers ad features the Minnehaha natural spring water and their loading docks on wheels; Erich Leinsdorf; Nice two-page ad for Newsweek; Nice color ad for Venus drawing pencils; Color-photo ad for Corby's whiskey; Nostalgic ad for P.I.E. - Pacific Intermountain Express (truck lines); Color-photo Studebaker Ad,