Life Magazine August 17, 1942 – Guerrilla

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Life Magazine Cover : Ace Guerrilla, Bert “Yank” Levy.

  • Funny double page spread of early Blondie and Dagwood cartoons.
  • Detroit war production is slowed by factional strife.
  • King of England visits royal piggery at Windsor farm.
  • Tennis stars : Jinx Falkenburg’s brothers Bobby and Tom Falkenburg, Francisco “Pancho” Segura.
  • 36 animals die in circus fire.
  • Color photos of U.S. Tanker torpedoed off Florida coast.
  • Lord Louis Mountbatten heads British commandos.
  • Gandhi at home.
  • Photo essay – Fort Leavenworth command school.
  • Yank Levy teaches guerrilla fighting.
  • Art – General MacArthur is top selling hero in painting factory.
  • Nyack summer theater performs in Yoga disciple private zoo.
  • Vermont milk train, including photos of mail clerk Wayne Stoddard, Engineer Pete LaChance, Conductor Whip Wheelock, passengers Thelma Thompson and niece and nephew, Brakeman Ed Tremblay and Ted Crandall and more.
  • Cute full page Borden’s milk ad with cows learning first aid.
  • And much more NEAT stuff in this Life Magazine August 17, 1942!
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