Fortune Magazine, Volume XXVI Number 4, October (Oct.) 1942: Edwin M. Stanton / Hard Facts of Air Cargo

By: Pribichevich, Stoyan; Colm, Gerhard; Noyes, Alfred; Janeway, Eliot; et al

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228 pages. Features: Unified Command - examing the war cabinets of America, Britain, and Germany; Andre Cheradame's Plan for the UN to arm the enslaved people of Europe; The Hard Facts of Air Cargo - it can deliver a quick punch but is limited by raw materials and fuel; Making the best use of our limited steel; Housing for War - Billeting and Requisitioning are necessary for war workers - with emphasis upon Mobile, Alabama; War on the Western Ocean - a personal account of two Atlantic crossings by Stoyan Pribichevich; Machine-Tool Maker's Dilemma - Warner & Swasey has boosted turret-lathe production 700% and will be faced with no demand after the war; Lend-Lease To Date - how and how well it works; Hero - Edwim M. Stanton, Lincoln's Secretary of War; The New Age of Wood - describing its many untapped possible uses; Washington Fiscal Policy; The Edge of the Abyss - by Alfed Noyes; and more. Dozens of great vintage ads in color and black and white, including a very attractive military-themed color ad for Harrisburg Steel. Great color ad for Gruen watches on back cover offers Melbourne Brindle-illustrated cockpit view of bombers over Tokyo and caption "How To Get Home From Tokyo!" Unmarked with average wear. A quality vintage copy of this excellent wartime issue.

Title: Fortune Magazine, Volume XXVI Number 4, October (Oct.) 1942: Edwin M. Stanton / Hard Facts of Air Cargo

Author Name: Pribichevich, Stoyan; Colm, Gerhard; Noyes, Alfred; Janeway, Eliot; et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, Business,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Time Inc. Magazine Company: 1942

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201H2406

Keywords: Fortune Magazine, Volume XXVI Number 4, October (Oct.) 1942: Edwin M. Stanton / Hard Facts of Air Cargo Unified Command - examing the war cabinets of America, Britain, and Germany; Andre Cheradame's Plan for the UN to arm the enslaved people of Europe; The Hard Facts of Air Cargo - it can deliver a quick punch but is limited by raw materials and fuel; Making the best use of our limited steel; Housing for War - Billeting and Requisitioning are necessary for war workers - with emphasis upon Mobile, Alabama; War on the Western Ocean - a personal account of two Atlantic crossings by Stoyan Pribichevich; Machine-Tool Maker's Dilemma - Warner & Swasey has boosted turret-lathe production 700% and will be faced with no demand after the war; Lend-Lease To Date - how and how well it works; Hero - Edwim M. Stanton, Lincoln's Secretary of War; The New Age of Wood - describing its many untapped possible uses; Washington Fiscal Policy; The Edge of the Abyss - by Alfed Noyes; and more. Dozens of great vintage ads in color and black and white, including a very attractive military-themed color ad for Harrisburg Steel. Great color ad for Gruen watches on back cover offers Melbourne Brindle-illustrated cockpit view of bombers over Tokyo and caption "How To Get Home From Tokyo! Unified Command - examing the war cabinets of America, Britain, and Germany; Andre Cheradame's Plan for the UN to arm the enslaved people of Europe; The Hard Facts of Air Cargo - it can deliver a quick punch but is limited by raw materials and fuel; Making the best use of our limited steel; Housing for War - Billeting and Requisitioning are necessary for war workers - with emphasis upon Mobile, Alabama; War on the Western Ocean - a personal account of two Atlantic crossings by Stoyan Pribichevich; Machine-Tool Maker's Dilemma - Warner & Swasey has boosted turret-lathe production 700% and will be faced with no demand after the war; Lend-Lease To Date - how and how well it works; Hero - Edwim M. Stanton, Lincoln's Secretary of War; The New Age of Wood - describing its many untapped possible uses; Washington Fiscal Policy; The Edge of the Abyss - by Alfed Noyes; and more. Dozens of great vintage ads in color and black and white, including a very attractive military-themed color ad for Harrisburg Steel. Great color ad for Gruen watches on back cover offers Melbourne Brindle-illustrated cockpit view of bombers over Tokyo and caption "How To Get Home From Tokyo,