Salute Magazine, May 1947, Vol. 2, No. 5 - I Was a Georgia Nazi


50 pages. Photos of lovely Wanda Ridgeway inside front cover. Short Stories: "For Five Grand"; The Pie Card. Articles: I Was a Georgia Nazi - Lanier Waller tells his story; The Return of Chaplain Smith - Reverend Meredith Patrick Smith adapts to life as a New England village pastor; Hope for the Childless; George Raft's Gangster Friend - Bugsy Siegel; Stone Cold Dead in the Stork Club - article with photos of Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, Mrs. Clark H. Minor, Henry Cushing IV, Georgette Windsor; Lady Iris Mountbatten, Gordon Michler, Lana Turner, Greg Bautzer, Tilak Raj, Marguerite Skoda and Bruce Cabot; Most Veterans are Suckers - 10 million vets have deprived themselves of an insurance deal no commercial outfit can match; Hirohito Beats the Rap - photo-illustrated article on how Hirohito is being rebranded to the Japanese people; Eisenhower for President? - photo-illustrated article; First in War; Are Umpires Human? - article with photos including Frankie Frisch, Lee Ballanfant, and George Magerkurth; Congress Should See Me. Special Features: Speaking of Girls; Life with Ingrid Bergman - photo-illustrated article about Sam Wanamaker; Heavenly Body - Several photos of lovely Rita Hayworth who stars in this film; ; report from Hollywood; College Life - 1947; Inside the Glamour Business - article with great photos of how photographers such as Murray Korman, James Kriegsman and Bruno of Hollywood snap glamourous photos of gorgeous women; Generals are Lousy Historians - their books emphasize the role of the brass, and each general's outfit individually won the war; Photo salute to Bishop Bernard Sheil, the Most Reverend Auxilliary Bishop of Chicago; "It Depends on the Breaks" - photo-illustrated article on Congressional Medal winner Russell Dunham, his wife Mary, and their baby, who have found postwar life to be no snap; and more. Salute's Pin-up is a beautiful one-page photo of Lena Horne. Light wear. Unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy.

Title: Salute Magazine, May 1947, Vol. 2, No. 5 - I Was a Georgia Nazi

Author Name: Zinberg, Len; Podolin, Si; Waller, Lanier; Matson, W.R.; Selwyn, A.; Collins, R.; Wilcox, E.; Gilbert, E.; Behrstock, A.; Dorsey, G.; Kiley, C.; Van Dyke, T.; Brennan, R.; Et al

Categories: Sport, Photography, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Vet Publishers, Inc.: 1947

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 302G3961

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