News Review ,18th March 1943

£1.50

Product Code: NEW276

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Binding: Stapled paperback magazine

Length: Approx. 26 pages

Published by Odhams Press, Ltd.

Publication Date: 1943

Condition: Reasonable, some wear to spine cover, corner fold marks, slight browning of pages


The First British Newsmagazine ,price 6 pence ,this copy published, March 18, 1943 ,with U.S. Vice-President Henry Agard Wallace on the front cover,it looked at what was behind the news stories ,it also took news items from axis publications ,which the radio and newspapers tended not to do.It looked at the home news ,military ,economic,and just news ,had graphs and diagrams to give one a clearer picture.Some topical cartoons and jokes.Plus readers letters ,which gave you an idea how people were thinking at the time.It touched on books,cinema,medicine,religion ,most important it gave you a snap short of that week.

Postage: £1.40

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