August 12, 1933
From Newsweek's first year.
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 this issue: John Lewis and labor call a truce; Spend only where you see the NRA sign; Kingfish Huey Long's gang losing over Bond Elections; New York state troopers stop milk strike with violence; Aimee Semple McPherson returns; France and Great Britain come to Austria's aid; Gandhi's influence is waning; more riots in Cuba; Paris brings back the bustle and the bust; Andorra is defiant of both France and Spain; Japan Navy asks record budget; J. Edgar Hoover takes over the FBI; Photo of Lefty Grove throwing a pitch that gives the New York Yankees their first shut out in two years; Tear gas thrown at New York Stock exchange; E.L. Cord takes control of shipping and cars; ;
To see the flow of events please read listings beginning with February
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