Life Magazine, June 24, 1940 - Italy's Army chief
Original Life Magazine from June 24, 1940 - Italy's Army chief
|Excellent Condition (4 Available)|
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.
|Good Condition (6 Available)|
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
Willkie Boom is Republican sensation as convention nears. Two years too late France asks for US planes. Nazi bombings prepare Paris for a surrender. R.A.F. squadron leader writes of sky fighting over Dunkerque. US mobilizes aid to Allies. Full page Pullman-Standard streamliner ad, railroad coach. Photo essay - Philadelphia prepares for Republican homecoming. Archbishop Spellman of New York. Home life of a Robin family. Margie Hart strips for 40 cents as the poor man's Garbo. Chicago scientist Melvin H. Knisely invents new technique to solve secrets of circulation. All-American college girls. Girls bounced out of bed at the "De-Bunk-Her" - World's Fair. Pictures - how the US might be invaded. Life goes to a Tip Topper party. Nice color Coca-Cola ad with girl in swimsuit. Nice B&W Mercury 8 car ad with Painted desert.
United States (Defenses)
Republican national conventions
Wendell Lewis Willkie; 1892-1944
Republican Party (U.S.)
Paris (France) (History, German occupation, 1940-1945)
Myron E. SCOTT, Birds (Photographs), Robins
Melvin Henry KNISELY, Blood (Circulation)
Women college students
Agnes Repplier; 1855-1950
Harold E. Stassen
World War, 1939-1945 (France)
Dunkerque (France), Battle of, 1940, World War, 1939-1945 (Personal narratives)
Cardinal Francis Spellman; 1889-1967
World War, 1939-1945 (Ambulance service)
World War, 1939-1945 (Relief work)