Life Magazine May 18, 1942 – Bombardier


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Life Magazine Cover : Bombardier, Jerome J. Goldstein.

  • Extraordinarily patriotic full page color Pennsylvania Railroad ad with the launching of a warship.
  • Japanese sweep through Burma.
  • St. Vincent’s hospital in New York has air raid rehearsal.
  • Submarine “Peto” hits water sideways in Great Lakes launching, Manitowoc Shipbuilding company.
  • D.A.R. makes history at Chicago meeting.
  • Cameraman catches final second of suicide dive, Mary Margaret Miller.
  • Roosevelt harvests crop of Navy keels.
  • How British in Burma escaped Jap trap.
  • Photo essay – World oil.
  • Photo essay – bombardier school, Midland, Texas.
  • Close-up – Admiral Land.
  • Short nightgowns.
  • Newt Loken is best all-around gymnast.
  • Game of Go enthralls US players.
  • Charles Boyer teaches starlet how to kiss – pictures.
  • Australian slang.
  • Mardi Gras in Rio with Orson Welles.
  • Nice full page color Mr. West’s Vray dental crème ad.
  • Full page color Pabst Blue Ribbon cartoon ad.
  • Unusual Full page poster ad for movie “My Gal Sal” starring Rita Hayworth and Victor Mature.
  • Charming group of reader-submitted photos showing soldiers leaving home, goodbye kisses and such, including Mr. and Mrs. Ray Powell of Des Moines, Iowa.
  • And much more NEAT stuff in this Life Magazine May 18, 1942!
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