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Life Magazine, February 3, 1941 - Goebbels and Goering

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Life Magazine, February 3, 1941 - Goebbels and Goering

Original Life Magazine February 3, 1941 - Goebbels and Goering

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  • Fair to Good. 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, split seams, light moisture damage, creases, library stamps etc. but would make a great piece of history for the budget minded to mark any occasion.
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  • Nice to Excellent. These are in amazing condition for their age but may have light defects. They would be great to frame or give as gifts.
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  • Excellent to Near mint. These are in extremely nice condition. Only the tiniest defects if any, but may have the original subscription label. They are of course the old original issues but could be confused with being brand new. These are extremely rare and are for the most discriminating collector.

Original Life Magazine from February 3, 1941 - Goebbels and Goering

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War inspired
6
Inventions
Backwoods capital of China
10
Chongqing (China)
Congressmen haggle over lease-lend bill as new British ambassador arrives
17
Lend-lease operations, 1941-1945
Colonel Lindbergh tells House committee he hopes neither side will win war
18
Charles Lindbergh; 1902-1974, World War, 1939-1945
New battleship brings new British ambassador
20
Warships (Great Britain)
Portrait by S. Dickenson
48
Eugene Higgins (American painter.); 1874-1958
Portrait by H. Wyeth
48
Peter Hurd; 1904-1984
Portrait by G. Brockhurst
48
Francis MACNAMARA
Portrait by I. Olinsky
48
Abram POOLE
Latin ladies
50
Motion picture actors and actresses
12,000 civilian spotters ward off a mock air invasion of the U.S.
24
Aviation, Military
Inaugural
26
Franklin Delano Roosevelt; 1882-1945, Inaugurations
Chemist converts vegetables into coal and petroleum
40
Ernst Berl, Chemistry, Technical, Coal, Hydrocarbons, Petroleum
Portrait painters
46
Portrait painting
Portrait by D. Gorsline
47
Thomas Wolfe; 1900-1938
Practical man of God
55
Edwin A. BRIGGS, Clergy, Boone (Iowa)
At Wright field, the army builds the world's windiest wind tunnel
64
Wind tunnels
Inside wartime Germany
66
Air raids, World War, 1939-1945 (Germany), Berlin (Germany) (Social conditions), Germany (Social conditions)
Farewell party at Arkansas tech, for 104 students on eve of their departure for army training
78
ARKANSAS polytechnic college, Student activities
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