National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1940 - Paying for the War / Spies in Holland / Sir Dudley Pound / Mysteries of Tibet's Dalai Lama


68 pages. Features: Colour cover illustration of golfer staring out window at rain; Colour Marboleum floors and Muroleum walls ad inside front cover; Vintage Frigidaire fridge one-page ad; News digest includes 'Munich-Mindedness', 'No Compromise', 'Re-distribution of the Earth', 'The Heroism of Finland'; Fantastic one-page colour photo Fisher Body ad provides two photos of the Dionne Quintuplets, all wearing light blue coats and with ribbons in their hair; Paying for the War; Mysteries of Tibet's Dalai Lama, the 'King Who Never Dies' - fantastic photo-illustrated article with photo of 'Little Tanchu', the Dalai Lama, and the Potala in Lhasa; Nice Little Dog (hunting short story); Spring Freshet Baby; Nothing Ever Happens; Managing Director of the Navy, Sir Dudley Pound, First Sea Lord - article with photo; Spies in Holland - Fascinating article explains how Nazi agents have been specially commissioned by the Hitler since 1933 to probe the secrets of Holland's plans for defence in the event of invastion; Loafers' Loops (short story); Bang and Go Back! - harness-racing article; Vintage half-page orange and black Alka-Seltzer ad features endorsement of the Toronto Maple Leafs and photo of them playing the New York Rangers, including Syl Apps and Gordie Drillon; Half-page Canadian Pacific ad presents the Banff Springs Hotel; *Gorgeous* 1949 Chevrolet colour centrefold ad features a maroon Special De Luxe Sport Sedan plus illustrations of a green Cabriolet, a brown four-passenger coupe, a brown Master 85 Business Coupe, and a green Town Sedan; Interested photo-illustrated Movie News; Nice photo and brief write-up of Muriel Angelus; 1/4-page illustrated ad for Canadian National's Continental Limited; Photo of world champion pacer "Billy Direct", with his celebrated trainer, Vic Fleming; No Happy Medium, Please - fashion article; Pull Up a Chair - interior design article with two funky colour photos; The Eyes Have It - beauty article; Pond's cold cream ad features photos of Lady Brigid King-Tenison and Katherryn Hernan; Another Pond's ad features photos of Miss Ridgeley Vermilye; Vintage fashion illustrations; Menus to Fit Every Budget; World Sayings; Great Heinz Spaghetti ad on back cover shows happy blonde holding steaming dish; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding sound. A sound copy of this fascinating wartime issue.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, April (Apr.) 1940 - Paying for the War / Spies in Holland / Sir Dudley Pound / Mysteries of Tibet's Dalai Lama

Author: Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Titus, H.; Roberts, T.G.; Delano, E.B.; Bateman, A.; Dague, B.; Burchill, C.; Pole, M.; Olsson, C.; Mosley, L.; Brown, J.; Bayne, E.; Allen, L.

Illustrator: Phillips, John (cover); Smith, Ralph C.; Maltman, W.; Holmgren, John; Garland, George

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Covert Operations, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, Stovel / National Home Monthly: 1940

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201g4805

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