April 29, 1933
The eleventh 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: Inflation comes off of gold standard; What is inflation and deflation? Roosevelt asks for more cuts in government pay; Russia bars all British imports; Germany continues Hitlerizing; China's General Ma thought dead many times comes back again; Japan continues marcing into China; Texas and Mexico trade prisoners; Stock and commodity prices soar. Walter Chrysler is optimistic; Macon dirigible makes first trial voyage; Mary Garden wins 6 cents in damages; Reinhold Niebuhr questions vitality of the Protestant religion; Review of "Lawrence and Brett." Memories of D.H. lawrence. .
To see the flow of events please read listings beginning with February
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