Liberty Magazine (Canadian Edition) April 19, 1936 - Exposing the Communist College in America


70 pages. Features: Lovely colour ad for British Consols cigarettes inside front cover; Nice Birks-sponsored ad for Challenger Watches features photo of British film star Anna Neagle; Editorial - Money and the Christmas Spirit - an argument for people to spend liberally; Should Canada Increase Her Navy? - an urgent plea for greater protection of our merchant ships; Rah, Rah, Russia! - America's communist "Commonwealth College" (near Mena, Arksnsas) - article with photos, including Dr. Lucien Koch; Nice one-page colour ad for Good Year studded tires shows car plowing through mud; When That Day Comes (short story); Peaking Under the Mat - wrestler Norton B. Jackson reveals some piquant secrets behind the groans and grimaces of a gay and goofy game; The Fourth Bride (short story); For the Ladies - with content and photo of Belinda Jelliffe; He Learned About Women (short story); Glimpses of the Canadian Scene; Music in His Feet (part 1 of 2); Nice one-page two-colour ad for Philip Morris cigarettes; Fantastic two-colour centerfold ad for the line of 1937 Chevrolet cars includes eight illustrations; Underworld Nights - new revelations from Mildred Harris and "Cokey" Flo who helped clinch the case against "Lucky" Luciano; Wise Virgin (part 2); Thank-you, Thank-you, So Much! - a chronicle of the storm-tossed way of a maid at 17; More Private Flying - article on the future of aviation with photo of Eugene L. Vidal; Fantastic one-page colour ad for Sheaffer's Lifetime Feathertouch pen; Paul H. Wendel Tells All - "My 44 days of kidnapping, torture and hell in the Lindbergh case" - article with photos (part 4); Handsome colour one-page ad for the 1937 Ford V-8; Lovely Christmas-themed colour ad for Arrow Shirts inside back cover; Classy colour ad for Community Plate cutlery on back cover. Front cover nearly detached due to nibbling along coverfold, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A worthy copy of this fascinating vintage issue.

Title: Liberty Magazine (Canadian Edition) April 19, 1936 - Exposing the Communist College in America

Author Name: Leavitt, C.; Babson, N.; Davenport, G.; Green, B.; Deil, D.; Leath, R.; Green, W.; Wendel, P.; Wayling, T.; Bulloch, N.; Jackson, N.; Doherty, E.; Vidal, E.; Kropotkin, Princess A.

Categories: Military, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Weekly of Canada, Ltd: 1936

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 301G3423

Keywords: Liberty Magazine (Canadian Edition) April 19, 1936 - Exposing the Communist College in America Bruno Hauptmann ad for British Consols cigarettes inside front cover; Nice Birks-sponsored ad for Challenger Watches features photo of British film star Anna Neagle; Editorial - Money and the Christmas Spirit - an argument for people to spend liberally; Should Canada Increase Her Navy? - an urgent plea for greater protection of our merchant ships; Rah, Rah, Russia! - America's communist "Commonwealth College" (near Mena, Arksnsas) - article with photos, including Dr. Lucien Koch; Nice one-page colour ad for Good Year studded tires shows car plowing through mud; When That Day Comes (short story); Peaking Under the Mat - wrestler Norton B. Jackson reveals some piquant secrets behind the groans and grimaces of a gay and goofy game; The Fourth Bride (short story); For the Ladies - with content and photo of Belinda Jelliffe; He Learned About Women (short story); Glimpses of the Canadian Scene; Music in His Feet (part 1 of 2); Nice one-page two-colour ad for Philip Morris cigarettes; Fantastic two-colour centerfold ad for the line of 1937 Chevrolet cars includes eight illustrations; Underworld Nights - new revelations from Mildred Harris and "Cokey" Flo who helped clinch the case against "Lucky" Luciano; Wise Virgin (part 2); Thank-you, Thank-you, So Much! - a chronicle of the storm-tossed way of a maid at 17; More Private Flying - article on the future of aviation with photo of Eugene L. Vidal; Fantastic one-page colour ad for Sheaffer's Lifetime Feathertouch pen; Paul H. Wendel Tells All - "My 44 days of kidnapping, torture and hell in the Lindbergh case" - article with photos (part 4); Handsome colour one-page ad for the 1937 Ford V-8; Lovely Christmas-themed colour ad for Arrow Shirts inside back cover; Classy colour ad for Community Plate Cutlery Charles,