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Image for The Legionary - The Fighting Man's Magazine, November, 1946, No. 5, Vol. XXII (22) - Andrew Charles Mynarski, V.C.

The Legionary - The Fighting Man's Magazine, November, 1946, No. 5, Vol. XXII (22) - Andrew Charles Mynarski, V.C.

By: Jacobson, Percy; Bromwich, H.W.; Flaherty, Frank Wright, F.Gordon; Philpott, Colonel Percy J.; Herwig, J.C.G.; Morse, Eric W.; Gleave, T.B.; Giverero, Captain S.A.; Hall, Henry C.; Mackenzie, Hon. Ian; Jacobsen, Percy; Bovey, Colonel Wilfred

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Ottawa, Canada, The Canadian Legion Press, Ltd.: 1946

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 662H3215

Condition: Fair


50 pages. Features: Silent Cities - Photo-illustrated article on Canadian military cemeteries abroad; Our Air Heroes - excerpt from play "Target for Peace" which was broadcast on the CBC; Photo of the 48th Highlanders of Canada pipe band playing in Italy; Top Priority on Homes for Heroes is Legion Demand; How the Town of Renfrew Solved its Housing Problem - article with photo; Education for Citizenship - Lieut. - Col. the Hon. Wilfred Bovey flays those who would throw away Canadian democracy for the way of the Russians; Photo and brief write-up of 93-year-old Sgt. Daniel Byrd Hoskins ... View more info

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Germany is Our Problem - A Plan for Germany

By: Morgenthau, Henry Jr. [Signed]

Price: $9,500.00

Publisher: New York, Harper & Brothers: 1945

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 134H4082

ISBN: B0006AQNBO

Condition: Good


B0006AQNBO Signed and inscribed by FDR's Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Morgenthau Jr. [1891-1967], to his first cousin once removed, James Frank Jr. The infamous Morgenthau Plan charted a course for Germany post WWII intended to revert it to a pastoral state. Senator Henrick Shipstead denounced is as "America's eternal monument of shame, for the destruction of the German people." - Congressional Record, Senate, May 15, 1946, p.5039. "The punishment policy deeply betrayed the will of the American people against indiscriminate vengeance, which had been demonstrated in the nationwide condem... View more info