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Life Magazine, February 27, 1950 - Atomic war, bomb

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Life Magazine, February 27, 1950 - Atomic war, bomb

Original Life Magazine February 27, 1950 - Atomic war, bomb

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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 27, 1950 - Atomic war, bomb

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Speaking of pictures, press agent's fakes
12
Photography, Journalistic
War can come
19
War, United States (Defenses)
How much for radar?
22
Radar (Military use)
How muscular is the army?
24
United States Army
How new a navy should we have?
26
United States Navy
House of commons portrait
62
Sir Winston Churchill; 1874-1965 (Statues, portraits, etc)
How war came to Pacific
67
World War, 1939-1945 (Art, Japan)
War memoirs
71
ANGLO-AMERICAN conference, December, 1941
Churchill's American ancestors
73
Churchill family
A-bombs on a U.S. city
81
Nuclear warfare
How much airpower?
28
United States Air Force
Nature of the enemy
30
Communism (Soviet Union), United States (Foreign relations, Soviet Union)
Joint chiefs of staff
32
Omar Nelson Bradley; 1893-1981, Joseph Lawton Collins; 1896-1987, Forrest P. Sherman; 1896-1951,
Hoyt Sanford Vandenberg; 1899-1954
, United States Joint Chiefs of Staff
Soul-searchers find no answer
37
Nuclear warfare (Ethical aspects), Hydrogen bombs
Yale gets a new president
45
A. Whitney Griswold, Charles Seymour; 1885-1963, Yale University
Tv color controversy
48
Color television
Share-the-oil plan in Indiana
55
Petroleum (Indiana), PLAINVILLE (Ind.)
Atomic bomb
90
Atomic bombs
Plutonium is produced in atomic piles
94
Plutonium
K-25 plant at Oak Ridge produces U-235
98
Uranium
Fish-eye view
102
Fishing, Winter
Tomorrow's stars show their stuff
107
Children as actors and actresses
Life visits some ski bums at Sun Valley
114
Skiing
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