Life Magazine, April 29, 1940 - Winston Churchill

Life Magazine, April 29, 1940 - Winston Churchill

Life Magazine, March 18, 1940 - Chorus girl

Life Magazine, March 18, 1940 - Chorus girl

Life Magazine, March 25, 1940 - Sir Neville Henderson

Original Life Magazine from March 25, 1940 - Sir Neville Henderson
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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
War's first Memoirs by Sir Nevile Henderson, last British Ambassador to Berlin. Neat Purple and sunset colors International Truck ad. Boss Crump of Memphis takes 1,000 friends to the races. 1,000 Chinese citizens petition US Congress. Pope invokes God's aid for peace. Scottish fishermen fight off German bomber in North sea, ships are Star of the Isles, Star of the East, Ratikpo, and Starbank. Federal judge swears in 205 new citizens at once in Detroit Michigan. Finland takes Russia's peace. Soviet ship is rescued after 27 months in arctic ice, the Sedov. Illinois game warden dynamites 328,000 crows, Frank S. Davis. Photo essay - White Collar girl, notes for "Kitty Foyle". Starlet Laraine Day. Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany sketches his soldiers, 1914-1918. Neat full page color Schenley's Cream of Kentucky whiskey ad with art by Norman Rockwell, a rather racist representation of the black man serving an old white gentleman a drink. New Aluminum Company press has 1,000,000 pound squeeze - Science. New type sports Dresses. Paddle tennis with Don White, Paul Hicks, Ken Ward, and more. Article about plastics with some very colorful table settings, dentures, jewels, telephone, more. Pictures - cannibals eat a man on Espiritu Santo in New Hebrides (from the files of Osa and Martin Johnson). Life resails Columbus' routes with the "Capitana." Skiing ad with Bob Bourdon in color on back cover - Camels.
France and propaganda
9
Propaganda, France
Cannibals roast a man
12
Osa Helen Leighty Johnson; 1894-1953, Cannibalism
Boss Crump of Memphis takes 1,000 good friends to the races at Hot Springs, Ark
19
Edward Hull Crump (American political party leader.); 1874-1954
Scottish fishermen fight off German bombing plane out in the North sea
28
World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations), Fishermen
Finland takes Russia's peace
30
Russo-Finnish War, 1939-1940 (Peace and mediation), Finland (Maps)
German soldiers 1914-18 drawn by Crown Prince
56
formerly crown prince of Germany WILLIAM
Tennis-mad Los Angeles inspires new type active sports dresses
58
Virginia KAYE, Clothing and dress
Their magical properties make many bright contributions to modern living
62
Plastics
Paddle tennis provides fast, outdoor exercise when ground is wet or frozen
66
Platform tennis
Illinois game warden slaughters 328,000 crows with dynamite bombs
72
Crows
Soviet ship, frozen in grip of arctic ice for 27 months, is rescued
35
SEDOV (ice-breaker)
Crucifixion by a modern artist wins top honors in Virginia show
40
Jesus Christ (Art), Fred Nagler; 1891-1983
New press has 3,000,000-lb. squeeze
42
Pressure, TESTING machinery
Primrose path
48
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Starlet Laraine Day clicks in her first important film role
54
Laraine Day (American actress.); 1920-2007
White collar girl
81
Christopher Darlington Morley; 1890-1957, White collar workers, New York (N.Y.) (Social conditions)
Failure of a mission
88
Adolf Hitler; 1889-1945, World War, 1939-1945 (Diplomatic history), National socialism, Germany (Foreign relations, Great Britain), Great Britain (Foreign relations, Germany)
Fifth column
100
Ernest Hemingway (American novelist and short story writer.); 1899-1961
Columbus' routes with a sea-going Harvard historian on his modern barkentine Capitana
102
Christopher Columbus, Voyages