Life Magazine, May 21, 1945 - Winston Churchill

Life Magazine, May 21, 1945 - Winston Churchill

Life Magazine, May 7, 1945 - The German people

Life Magazine, May 7, 1945 - The German people

Life Magazine, May 14, 1945 - Victory in Europe, soldier

Original Life Magazine from May 14, 1945 - Victory in Europe, soldier
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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
End of the war in Europe. Mass Surrender of Germans, including aerial photo of 160,000 german prisoners in huge outdoor "camp." Suicides of high ranking Germans, Selbstmord. Hitler Myth is smashed in Munich, includes bombed Hofbräuhaus, Hitler's Munich flat, Bürgerbräu, Sergeant Arthur E. Peters (Edmond, Oklahoma) laying on Hitler's bed. Nice full page color Pennsylvania Railroad ad with engineer taking a telephone call on the train while the train is rolling. Full page Ansco film ad with photo of kids collecting paper salvage using a go cart. Defeated Land by Sidney Olson. Mussolini dies, In Italy by Clare Boothe Luce. Big three in San Francisco - Stettinius, Eden and Molotov. US - Soviet rivalry by John K Jessup. Savage battle continues in Pacific. Phantom Victory is fantasy of Germany's future. Broadway's top press agent Richard Maney. New Archbishop enthroned in Canterbury. Bishop Laughlin Memorial High School track team, runners, Brooklyn. Pacific war continues, including photo of Allied flier being beheaded. Violet Gibson, copy runner for the Associated Press. Advertisements start new pinup craze, ads showing military men and their girls, together. Great full page color Autocar Trucks ad with Air Reduction truck.
Sentimental advertisements start a new kind of pin-up craze: series Back home for keeps
12
Advertising
Violet of the A.P.
16
Violet GIBSON
Defeated land
39
Germany
Press at San Francisco
43
United Nations Conference on International Organization, Journalism
Portrait
44
Hilmar Robert Baukhage; 1889-1976
Art in advertising
75
Advertising art, Painting, American
New archbishop enthroned in Canterbury
79
Baron Geoffrey Francis Fisher Fisher of Lambeth; 1887-1972, Church of England
Loughlin track team
83
George EASTMENT, Running, School athletics
Big three at San Francisco
92
Anthony Eden (Earl of Avon); 1897-1977, Vyacheslav Molotov (Soviet diplomat.); 1890-1986, Edward Reilly Stettinius (American Secretary of state.); 1900-1949
Conference debate
94
United Nations Conference on International Organization
Portrait
44
Walter Lippmann; 1889-1974
Portrait
46
Charles Boyer; 1899-1978
Portrait
46
Earl WILSON
Portrait
46
Walter Winchell; 1897-1972
Phantom victory
49
Vera BOCK, Germany
Richard Maney
55
Russel Crouse; 1893-1966
Broadway's top press agent
55
Richard Sylvester MANEY
Carousel
67
Musicals, revues, etc (Reviews, Single works)
Argentine crisis spotlights rivalry of America and Russia
95
John Knox Jessup
Pacific war
96
Okinawa, Battle of, 1945
Events at home
98
United States
Les enfants du paradis
113
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
French films survive the war
113
Motion pictures (France)
Portable core drill
116
Drilling and boring (Earth and rocks)
Mexican resort
122
Mexico (Description and travel)
GI's art collection: Italian objets d'art
126
Morrill G. FOLSOM, Art objects