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1933 Newsweek April 8-Roosevelt cuts all Govt pay & pensions;Hitler;Scottsboro 7

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April 8, 1933
The Eighth 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: Audit of the New Deal's first month; What was promised, what was done. All government employess including the President will get a 15% reduction in pay. All pensions will go down also; Beer returns. Roosevelt speeds bill to aid farmers; Nazi raids close stores; Storm troops and veterans clash; 5 photos of Hitler and goings on in Germany; Samuel Leibowitz fights for the Scotsboro 7 negroes; Photos of Walter hagen, Reggfie Mapp of the Giants and others; Pan American extends airlines to China; Review of "The Kingfish." Radio Priest Coughlin declares war on his critics; .

To see the flow of events please read listings beginning with February

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