National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1942 - Air Aces / Sport in Wartime


44 pages. Features: Trans-Canada Telephone System ad inside front cover encourages the use of 'station-to-station' rather than 'person-to-person' calls to preserve wartime bandwidth; News digest includes 'Hitler gambles with all he has', 'Our weeks of bad news', and 'Egypts Crisis'; Soldier from the Wars Returning (short story); Air Aces - photo-illustrated article with photos of Wing Commanders John Kent, Paul Davoud, A.G. Malan, and N.R. Timmerman, plus Flt.-Lieut. H.T. Legge; Lucky He Looked In (short story); Weaving is Back - article on this resurgent art with photos of Miss Germaine Chaput and Miss Renee Beriau; What About Sport in Wartime? - article with photos of Flying Officer Duthie and Jack Dempsey with R.C.A.F. boxers in Toronto; Her Sister Had Everything (short story); Daughter of a Daughter (short story); Hollywood news and photos; Great one page orange and blue ad by the National Cash Register Company (NCR) encourages readers to purchase War Savings Stamps, with military illustration; This Man's World (short story); Odo-Ro-Do ad includes photo of Jane Macdonald; Kitchen Front article on food preserving "to help seal their doom"; Half-page Woodbury Powder ad includes photo of Rita Hayworth; So You Are Going to College - article for young ladies with photos of Marion Henry at McGill, Ruth Moxley of the U. of Manitoba, Lois Baker at the U. of Alberta, Pat Quinn at the U. of Toronto, and Jean McKinley of Queen's University; Quotes from around the world; Great National War Finance Committe ad inside back cover encourages readers to "Be a Thrift Columnist" by avoiding purchase of new clothes by combinding odd coats and trousers; Back cover colour Coke ad features hot soldier; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this excellent wartime issue.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1942 - Air Aces / Sport in Wartime

Author Name: Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Cunningham, L.A.; Cleaver, H.; Theel, F.A.; Ellerbe, A & P.; Priestley, Mark; Strange, K.; Roxborough, H.H.; Bayne, E.G.; $ethwick, L.; Et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, Home Publishing Company / National Home Monthly: 1942

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201G4788

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