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Life Magazine, April 27, 1942 - Nelson Rockefeller

Original Life Magazine from April 27, 1942 - Nelson Rockefeller
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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
China asks India whether it will fight. Interesting full page General Motors ad that is almost all text "We've stolen a year's march on the Axis, because right NOW we're building airplane engines at the rate we were expected to hit in late Spring 1943". Big bombers move off assembly line, great photos including B-24D plane. US bombs Tokyo. Women in uniform march for a cause. Vermont maple syrup harvest. Very varied collection of photos taken of same model, Hilary Harris in a single night, Isham mansion photography class. Normandie's epic hulk sprawls at NY pier. Charming full page color Beautyrest ad with art by John Falter, married couple sleeping in separate twin beds. Photos (and names) of a bunch of babies named for Macarthur, such as Douglas MacArthur Salavec. Radio - photo essay. Employees of the Department of Justice swim together. Artist Tom Lea catches soldiers at work. Civil Air patrol. US bathrooms take it on spout as WPB outlaws most metal goods. Party at Santa Monica with Soldiers & starlets.
U.S. General Stilwell commands Chinese on Burma front
15
Joseph Warren Stilwell; 1883-1946, World War, 1939-1945 (Campaigns and battles, Myanmar, Personal narratives)
China asks India whether it will fight
23
Kai-shek Chiang (Chinese president.); 1887-1975, Mei-ling Chiang (wife of Taiwanse president Chiang Kai-shek.); 1898-2003,
Mahatma Gandhi (Indian nationalist leader.); 1869-1948
, Jawaharlal Nehru (Indian prime minister.); 1889-1964, World War,
1939-1945 (India)
Australians and U.S. parents honor MacArthur's name
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Douglas MacArthur; 1880-1964
Big bombers roll off moving assembly line
32
Airplane industry
Tokyo is bombed at last
34
Tokyo (Japan)Air raids, World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations)
Guest in the house
55
Hagar WILDE, Dale Eunson; 1904-2002
Normandie's epic hull sprawls at New York pier
60
Normandie (Steamship)
America's private pilots are mobilized for war
63
United States Civil Air Patrol
Radio war ends rich era and brings fresh problems
69
Radio broadcasting
Portrait
77
Sam MOSS
Women in uniform march for a cause
39
Parades, Women
Soldiers at work: Tom Lea catches their absorbed expressions
44
Tom Lea; 1907-2001, Servicemen
Vermont harvests its maple syrup in wartime
47
Maple syrup
Portrait
78
Walter Winchell; 1897-1972
Portrait
79
Hans Von Kaltenborn; 1878-1965
Nelson A. Rockefeller runs a much-discussed and increasingly important Washington bureau
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Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller; 1908-1979, UNITED STATESCoordinator of inter-American affairs, Office of