August 5, 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: Union fights, Troops called in Fayette County PA; Kingfish Huey Long's fins clipped at White House; New wave of crime hits nation; Japanese conspirators planned to kill Charlie Chaplin to draw the U.S. into war; Nazis plan to sterilize the unfit; Nazis make dramatic search for enemies; Gandhi prepares for new civil disobedience campaign; Huge article on Henry Ford at age 70; Government will pursue hoarders of Gold; Drug addicts will receive federal help in Lexington KY Narcotic Farm; Hitler bans Redbook magazine because it calls him a "chit." ;
To see the flow of events please read listings beginning with February
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