Life Magazine, April 21, 1941 - Cavalry

Life Magazine, April 21, 1941 - Cavalry

Life Magazine, April 7, 1941 - Rainwear

Life Magazine, April 7, 1941 - Rainwear

Life Magazine, April 14, 1941 - New York Harbor

Original Life Magazine from April 14, 1941 - New York Harbor
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These issues are extremely nice. These are in amazing condition and are great for framing or giving as a cherished gift. Some may have very minor defects and address labels.
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These issues are in pretty good shape. These are great for those who want a complete, original, average condition issue to read and enjoy. They may have some light to moderate flaws like small tears, spots, library stamps etc. but would make a great piece of history for the budget minded to mark any occasion.
Some of the contents in this issue
US uses first force to win bloodless victory in Battle of the Atlantic. Full page color Oldsmobile ad with red car in American southwest, Indian horseback rider. New strike battles bring threat of federal action. Charming full page DuPont Cellophane ad. Hays office cracks down on Cinema Sweater set - this is a VERY funny piece about sweaters that show too much breast. Photos (with names) of 45 of the shis seized by the U.S. Government from the enemy. British Navy wins biggest naval battle of the War. British officer sketches life in German prison camp. I fly bombers to Britain, by an American Pilot. Photo essay - New York City. Close-up - Darryl Zanuck. Charming full page color Texaco ad with little boy smoking a cigar. Aviation - Cadet fliers show their wings to film star Veronica Lake. Childhood diseases slow Army Air Cops Training program. El Ministro Cowboy, Findley Howard. A party at Georgia Tech. Nice full page color Southern Pacific passenger train ad. Very unusual full page color Shell gas ad. Decidedly odd full page color Old Gold cigarettes ad with freshly promoted soldier.
These pictures are Feininger's shadowgrams
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Andreas Feininger; 1906-1999, Photographs, Photograms
Nebraska diplomat in Paraguay
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Findley Burtch HOWARD, Paraguay (Foreign relations, United States), United States (Foreign relations, Paraguay)
U.S. uses first force to win bloodless victory in battle of the Atlantic
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Ships, Interned
Hitler launches his Balkan offensive against Yugoslavia, Greece and the British army
28
World War, 1939-1945 (Campaigns and battles, Balkan Peninsula)
New strike battles bring threat of federal action
30
Strikes
Cadet flyers show their wings to defense film star
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Veronica Lake; 1919-1973
I fly bombers to Britain, by an American pilot
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Airplanes, Military, Aviation (Transatlantic flights), Air pilots
Childhood diseases slow army Air corps training program at Chanute field
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United States Army (Medical and sanitary affairs), Epidemics
Nebraska launches big U.S. art show with fine display of living tableaux
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University of Nebraska--Lincoln, Art (Exhibitions), Painting, American
Highest paid sportswriter goes to Boston herald
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Bill CUNNINGHAM
Battle of Cape Matapan
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Matapan, Battle of, 1941
Portrait
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Kai-shek Chiang; 1887-1975
Portrait
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Mei-ling Chiang
British war prisoners
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John Fessenden WATTON, World War, 1939-1945 (Prisoners and prisons), Concentration camps (Germany)
Watch on the Rhine
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Lillian Hellman (American playwright.); 1906-1984, Theater reviewsSingle works
New York, a big spectacle in big pictures
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Andreas Feininger; 1906-1999, New York (N.Y.) (Description and travel)
Darryl Zanuck: last of the wonder boys
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Darryl F. Zanuck (American motion picture producer.); 1902-1979, Motion picture production and direction