Life Magazine, August 10, 1942 - General Chennault

Life Magazine, August 10, 1942 - General Chennault

Life Magazine, July 27, 1942 - Atlantic convoy, ship

Life Magazine, July 27, 1942 - Atlantic convoy, ship

Life Magazine, August 3, 1942 - MacArthur's son

Original Life Magazine from August 3, 1942 - MacArthur's son
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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
Nice full page color Carnation milk ad with boys playing baseball. Battle of the Arctic convoy. Famine and death ride into Greece. US loses to date, by military branch, men and equipment. Extremely cute full page color Swan soap ad with lots of cherubic babies, all white of course. Awesome color glamour photos (and measurements) of Hollywood's girls including Veronica Lake, Ann sheridan, Rita Hayworth, Gene Tierney, Lana Turner, Alexis Smith, Hedy Lamarr, Carole Landis, Rosalind Russell, and Brenda Marshall. Still-neutral Turkey. US Imprisons fascist Robert Noble. Shostakovich's 7th symphony. James Petrillo. Global war teaches global cartography. Transport planes - feature article, C-46, C-47 (DC-3), C-54 (DC-4), B-19. Aniseikonia - eye disease. Another nice full page Pepperell fabrics ad with art by Anton Otto Fischer. Photo - New York's Washington market at night, one of the most complicated pictures LIFE ever requested, taken by Herbert Gehr. James Caesar Petrillo, head of American Federation of Musicians - public enemy because he stops children's concerts.
Grandma Chennault
4
Claire Lee Chennault; 1890-1958
Iran railroad
7
Railroads (Iran)
Photograph of New York's Washington market at the height of its night-time activity
12
New York (N.Y.) (Markets)
Battle of the arctic convoy
19
Naval convoys
Who believes it's impossible?
24
World War, 1939-1945 (United States)
Gabrielle, Renoir's famous model now lives quietly in Hollywood
38
Auguste Renoir; 1841-1919, Mrs Conrad Slade SLADE
Girls of Hollywood
42
Motion picture actors and actresses
Transport planes
48
Airplanes, Military transport
Global war teaches global cartography
57
Maps
General's son
66
Arthur MacArthur; 1845-1912
U.S. reckons up its losses on the scoreboard of war
26
World War, 1939-1945 (Casualties)
Famine and death ride into Greece at the heels of the Nazi conquest
28
Famines (Greece)
Turkish party
30
Turkey (Social life and customs)
U.S. sends fascist Noble to prison for five years
32
Ellis O. JONES, Robert NOBLE, Sedition
U.S. hears his Seventh symphony written during Leningrad siege
35
Dmitrii Dmitrievich Shostakovich; 1906-1975
Petrillo
68
James C. Petrillo; 1892-1984, American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada
Introduction, a service for sociability
78
Introductions (Etiquette)
Aniseikonia is ailment in which eyes see unequal, distorted images
82
Eye (Diseases and defects)
Portrait
88
Jean Renoir; 1894-1979