Life Magazine, December 18, 1950 - George C. Marshall
Original Life Magazine from December 18, 1950 - George C. Marshall
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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
This issue was printed in two versions that are confusingly similar. Both Versions contain all of these items : The great retreat continues. The situation in Korea - "Bug Out" by Hugh Moffett.. Sycamore, Illinois revisited - still wants no compromise in Korea. Diplomats keep trying at Washington and the United Nations. General Marshall faces hardest job, Secretary of Defense. Pictorial essay - how US cities can prepare for atomic war. Trouble in Red China, by Rodney Gilbert. Fashion - lingerie theatrics. Art - magnetic mobiles. Theater - agony on the aisle, drama critic Howard Barnes. Modern living - America's best home furnishings. Walter Camp's best 1924 all-America football team is still fit. Life goes on a Nebraska Goose hunt, North Platte River with Art Storz, General Butler Miltonberger, Don Conklin. Amazing photo of Koreans fleeing over girders of Taedong river bridge. Salvador Dali paints â€œMadonna of Port Lligat (Madonna in mid-air). Almost human dolls, fireman Bob Coley of Oklahoma City even rescued one by accident. Drama critic Howard Barnes. Motorized elephant, built by Frank Stuart. These pages ONLY in Version One : Two page photo "A tragic procession" of North Korean refugees. Four pages of photos, mostly aerials, of retreat from Korea including gasoline drums, Eighth army on road back to Seoul, Exploding ammunition train at Pyongyang, Abandoned Patton tanks. Version Two has these additional articles : The life story of a dead marine, John Guild of Glenwood Springs, Colorado. The evacuation has started in Korea - two page spread including map of region and a photo from each of three famous evacuations, Dunkirk, Greece, and Gallipoli.. Berlin voters defy Reds.
Henry BJORKMAN, Edgar William Garbisch; 1899-1979, Red Grange; 1903-1991, Homer HAZEL,
Babe Horrell HORRELL, Walter KOPPISCH, Edward Francis MCGINLEY, Ed SLAUGHTER,
Harry Augustus STUHLDREHER, S. Edwin WEIR, Chen Yi; 1901-1972, SUN LI-JEN., Lin Biao; 1908-1971, TAI LI.
Korean War, 1950-1953
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Casualties)
Evacuation, Military, Korean War, 1950-1953
Elections (Germany (West))
Salvador Dali; 1904-1989, Saint Mary (Blessed Virgin) (Art)
Howard Barnes, Drama (Themes), Drama critics and criticism
Public opinion, Sycamore (Ill.)
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Diplomatic history)
George Catlett Marshall; 1880-1959
China People's Liberation Army, Chinese, Communism (China), China (Social conditions)
Norbert Wiener; 1894-1964, Nuclear warfare (Defenses), Civil defense
Wild geese, Hunting