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1947 True April - George Patton tells how the war could have been won;Petty Girl

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True

April 1947

Complete magazine

A great Birthday or Anniversary Gift!

Complete magazine in good condition with over 120 pages. Abundantly filled with ads. This particular issue has articles and stories (among others) on

John Wayne ad - Angel and the Bad man; George Patton and how the war could have been ended earlier if he had been allowed to capture the elite of the Nazi army, but the politics kept him from doing it. charges against Eisenhower and Montgomery; diagrams showing how it would have been done; all=-American basketball selection; upper crust leeches; Ammunition's biggest gun - Springfield 30.06; West Texas' biggest little crime; the wonderful Tahitian cookbook; Monashee Grizzlies - Canada; Petty Girl; Joe E. Lewis; Mr Hobby and gardening; Palomino on the cover.  ; Clothes for the man.

Large collection of True from 1942 to 1964 in stock. Inquire as to other dates.

Chosen Reflections/Million Magazines, Kaufman TX 75142

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In the trade since 1976.

 

 

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