801.113 - Time Magazine, September 25, 1939, Vol XXXIV, #13 Chicago, Ill.
A fascinating look back at Nazi Germany at a time when the United States was still neutral. Featured on the Time cover is Field Marshal Walther von Brauchitsch who commanded the German Army during WWII. The magazine covers the “foreign news” of 1939 both with Nazi German forces as well as the “Orient” with the Japanese. Included in the issue are maps of the “Polish Collapse”, “Western Front” and “European Interests”. Filled with photos of German troops, weapons; it is a time capsule with various articles on health, business indexes, “flying” with United Aircraft Corp, and an article on W. C. Fields. Time ad’s include Campbell Soaps “new” chicken noodle, new cures for mouth cancer, Squibb Dental Cream, and Cine-Kodak. The issue is complete, rated Excellent [see our rating criteria on the Home Page] with no apparent flaws or damage.