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March 3, 1945
Keep Up with the World
by Freling Foster, pp. 6-7 -
by Frederick R. Neely, pp. 8-10 -
We Lived to Tell
by Captains Gene Dale, John Morrett, and Be..., pp. 11-13 -
The first of three parts. The miracle is that any man survived the March of Deat...
Like a Petal
by Sallie Belle Cox, p. 14 -
She was just a poor little millionairess trying to be essential
The President's Health
by George Creel, p. 15 -
Rear Admiral McIntire's first assistant in keeping the president well is the pat...
Ever See a Scent?
by Amy Porter, pp. 16-17 -
Latest thing in photography---Joseph Breitenbach takes pictures of smells!
Berlin: City of Fear
by George Ladvar, pp. 18-19 -
Murder and violence hold sway in the Nazi's beleagured capital
The Story of Jenny Wingate
by Zenith Brown, pp. 20-21 -
The Serial Story, third of four parts
by Harrison Gallaher, pp. 22-23 -
Pin-up boy meets pin-up girl---and the pix click!
Freedom Wins Its Wings
by Frederick R. Neely, pp. 24-28 -
The battle at the Chicago International Aviation Conference---competition vs. mo...
The Heroes, A Gallery of United Nations Patriots
by George Creel, pp. 29-33 -
No. 19---Dobbie of Malta
by Robert Sylvester, pp. 34-36 -
Portrait of a small philosopher's well-spent life
The Challenge to Education
by Alfred E. Kuenzli, p. 37 -
A veteran answers Robert M. Hutchins' criticism of the GI Bill of Rights
Search and Rescue
by Walt Grove, pp. 38-41 -
Results, the major knows, are measured in figures on the record
by Martha Gellhorn, pp. 42-48 -
Through years of suffering the Spanish Republicans have remained confident of th...
Your Life Tomorrow
by David O. Woodbury, pp. 49-54 -
by Eleanor Shoemaker, pp. 55-67 -
The Short Short Story
The Wehrmacht's Yankee Girl Friend
by Josef Israels II, pp. 68-71 -
"Music with Margaret" sweetens the news for Heinie with American jazz
You'd Better LIke Fish
by Murdock Pemberton, pp. 72-76 -
M. Diat, head chef at the Ritz, reveals some of his culinary secrets
The Week's Work
by Amy Porter, p. 77 -
, pp. 78-80 -
Tip to Labor: Take It Easy; Wanted: Wacs for Hospitals; Americans Are Like This
by Lawson Wood, -
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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