April 15, 1933
The Nineth issue of Newsweek
1933 marks the beginning of a world that walked and then ran its way to war. For facinating history start reading in 1933 and go all the way through the end of WWII.
Extremely nice condition and extremely rare. Inside: Roosevelt seeks freer trade for all nations; Bill cutting work week to 30 hours startles the nation; Civil Conservation Corps begins; H.L. Mencken drinks his beer as it returns; Alabama jury returns death verdict for Scottsboro 7; Ruby Bates testifies for the defense; Swimming pool begins construction in the west wing of the White House; Everything in Germany is being whipped into line to give Hitler absolute control; Austria cuts off Nazi radio news; Greenland now under the flag of Denmark; large photo of political prisoners in Germany; Mrs Owen becomes first woman ambassador; Baseball season begins; Ban lifted on gold withdrawl. Rockefeller overpaid his income tax by $828,000. Official enquiry of Akron disaster; Bookman magazine dies, American Review is born; .
To see the flow of events please read listings beginning with February
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