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Collection: Office of War Information Home Front Education and Propaganda, 1944

Office of War Information

Editorial: Office of War Information, 1944
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Office of War Information leaflets, dated mostly September-November, 1944. Most are 13x8", though some are 11x8"--those that are larger tend to have been printed on better stock and are in very good conidtion; the smaller versions were printed on poor stock and are now browned and brittle. 57 items: $750 Includes this interesting effort: Hitler's Lies. A short, documented list of the more conspicuous lies of Adolf Hitler, from 1935 to 1942, in chronological order. Dated December 14, 1942. Published by the Office of War Information, (1942/3) 11pp. Printed on inexpensive paper which is now brown and brittle. Provenance: Library of Congress, with a stamped transfer date of December 30, 1943. There seem to be no copies of this edition located in the WorldCat/OCLC; there is one other very similar version of this (in four pages, double columns) at the Denver Public Library. **The other elements of this small collection include: Calls Aachen Worthy Monument to Hitler's Destructive Genius. Otober 31, 1944. 2pp Hitler, with Current Degrees, Ruthlessly Destroying Germany, by Walter Millis. October 24, 1944. 2pp. Hitler Discusses Problem of Reducing German Industry, by Edgar A, Mowrer. October 14, 1944. 11x8, 1pp Situation Now Hopeless for Germany; Only Way Out is Complete Surrender, by Walter Millis, September 5, 1944. 1pp Hitler's Strategy Continues to Lead to Utter Destruction, by Walter Millis. Sept 30, 1944. 11x8, 2pp. Japanese Fleet Does Not Know Where or How U.S. Fleet Will Strike Next, by Wallace Herrick. October 21, 1944, 13x8", 1pp. Sooner Surrender Comes, the More Will be Saved, by Wallace Horrick.[sic] October 14, 1944. 13x8", 1pp. Battle on the Western Front is in Second Vital Stage, October 7, 1944. 11x8", 2pp. Prolonging of War Means Further Suffering for Millions in Europe, by Walter Millis, Novermber 11, 1944, 2pp. Guerilla [sic] Warfare Appears Only Answer to Nazi Political Leaders. October 10, 1944. 11x8, 2pp. Dumbarton Oaks Proposals an Adventure in Social Organization and Invention, by Walter Millis. October 17, 1944. 11x8, 2pp Senator Comments on Three Aspects of Proposed World Security Organization. September 23, 1944. 1pp. Background on Tokyo. November 4, 1944. 3pp. Economic Plans for Germany After the War, by Maz Lerner, October 13, 1944 General Arnold Sees "Beginning of End" for Enemy in Air. January 4, 1944. 13x8", 3pp. Dewey's Reply to President's Foreign Policy Speech. October 28, 1944. 13x8" 4pp. Island Landings Face Different Circumstances, Experts Say. January 15, 1944. 13x8", 1pp. Nazis Face Bitter New Year, by Walter Millis. 11x8, January 4, 1944. Roosevelt Reports on Lend-Lease, January 9, 1944. 11x8", 1pp. U.S. Agricultural News, January 6, 1944, 13x8", 2pp. Latest Agricultural Trends in United States Outlined. October 31, 1944. 11x8". Great Future Significance to Events of Recent Days. September 2, 1944. 13x8". 1pp. Weekly Information Backgrounder. October 14, 1944. 13x8". 2pp. Why United Nations Seek to Prevent Future Wars. November 4, 1944. 13x8", 3pp. Correspondent Goes Behind Scenes in Recall of General Joe Stilwell. November 4, 1944. 13x8", 3pp. President Roosevelt on U.S. Foreign Policy. October 24, 1944. 13x8, 5pp. Dewey Speech on U.S. Foreign Policy. October 21, 1944. 13x8", 4pp. Sea Bees Build Reputation in Combat Construction. January 8, 1944. 13x8", 1pp. U.S. Faces Difficult Agricultural Problems. November 11, 1944. 11x8, 2pp. Aggressors Aroused Power That Will Destroy Them. January 11, 1944. 11x8", 1pp. Background on Japanese Mandated Islands. February 8, 1944. 13x8, 3pp. Roosevelt Faces Vote Test in Unique Wartime Election, by George Warnecke, January 15, 1944. 13x8, 2pp. Outstanding Pronouncements by Roosevelt on International and Domestic Questions. November 8, 1944, 11x8, 2pp.;Men Face Primitive Conditions in Southwest Pacific War, by Raymond Clapper. .January 29, 1944. 13x8" 1pp. Pacific War Nearer Japan, Keeping A. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Collection: Office of War Information Home ...
Editorial: Office of War Information
Año de publicación: 1944
Encuadernación: Soft cover
Condición del libro: Good
Edición: 1st Edition

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Office of War Information
Editorial: Office of War Information (1944)
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Descripción Office of War Information, 1944. Soft cover. Estado de conservación: Good. 1st Edition. Office of War Information leaflets, dated mostly September-November, 1944. Most are 13x8", though some are 11x8"--those that are larger tend to have been printed on better stock and are in very good conidtion; the smaller versions were printed on poor stock and are now browned and brittle. 57 items: $750 Includes this interesting effort: Hitler's Lies. A short, documented list of the more conspicuous lies of Adolf Hitler, from 1935 to 1942, in chronological order. Dated December 14, 1942. Published by the Office of War Information, (1942/3) 11pp. Printed on inexpensive paper which is now brown and brittle. Provenance: Library of Congress, with a stamped transfer date of December 30, 1943. There seem to be no copies of this edition located in the WorldCat/OCLC; there is one other very similar version of this (in four pages, double columns) at the Denver Public Library. **The other elements of this small collection include: Calls Aachen Worthy Monument to Hitler's Destructive Genius. Otober 31, 1944. 2pp Hitler, with Current Degrees, Ruthlessly Destroying Germany, by Walter Millis. October 24, 1944. 2pp. Hitler Discusses Problem of Reducing German Industry, by Edgar A, Mowrer. October 14, 1944. 11x8, 1pp Situation Now Hopeless for Germany; Only Way Out is Complete Surrender, by Walter Millis, September 5, 1944. 1pp Hitler's Strategy Continues to Lead to Utter Destruction, by Walter Millis. Sept 30, 1944. 11x8, 2pp. Japanese Fleet Does Not Know Where or How U.S. Fleet Will Strike Next, by Wallace Herrick. October 21, 1944, 13x8", 1pp. Sooner Surrender Comes, the More Will be Saved, by Wallace Horrick.[sic] October 14, 1944. 13x8", 1pp. Battle on the Western Front is in Second Vital Stage, October 7, 1944. 11x8", 2pp. Prolonging of War Means Further Suffering for Millions in Europe, by Walter Millis, Novermber 11, 1944, 2pp. Guerilla [sic] Warfare Appears Only Answer to Nazi Political Leaders. October 10, 1944. 11x8, 2pp. Dumbarton Oaks Proposals an Adventure in Social Organization and Invention, by Walter Millis. October 17, 1944. 11x8, 2pp Senator Comments on Three Aspects of Proposed World Security Organization. September 23, 1944. 1pp. Background on Tokyo. November 4, 1944. 3pp. Economic Plans for Germany After the War, by Maz Lerner, October 13, 1944 General Arnold Sees "Beginning of End" for Enemy in Air. January 4, 1944. 13x8", 3pp. Dewey's Reply to President's Foreign Policy Speech. October 28, 1944. 13x8" 4pp. Island Landings Face Different Circumstances, Experts Say. January 15, 1944. 13x8", 1pp. Nazis Face Bitter New Year, by Walter Millis. 11x8, January 4, 1944. Roosevelt Reports on Lend-Lease, January 9, 1944. 11x8", 1pp. U.S. Agricultural News, January 6, 1944, 13x8", 2pp. Latest Agricultural Trends in United States Outlined. October 31, 1944. 11x8". Great Future Significance to Events of Recent Days. September 2, 1944. 13x8". 1pp. Weekly Information Backgrounder. October 14, 1944. 13x8". 2pp. Why United Nations Seek to Prevent Future Wars. November 4, 1944. 13x8", 3pp. Correspondent Goes Behind Scenes in Recall of General Joe Stilwell. November 4, 1944. 13x8", 3pp. President Roosevelt on U.S. Foreign Policy. October 24, 1944. 13x8, 5pp. Dewey Speech on U.S. Foreign Policy. October 21, 1944. 13x8", 4pp. Sea Bees Build Reputation in Combat Construction. January 8, 1944. 13x8", 1pp. U.S. Faces Difficult Agricultural Problems. November 11, 1944. 11x8, 2pp. Aggressors Aroused Power That Will Destroy Them. January 11, 1944. 11x8", 1pp. Background on Japanese Mandated Islands. February 8, 1944. 13x8, 3pp. Roosevelt Faces Vote Test in Unique Wartime Election, by George Warnecke, January 15, 1944. 13x8, 2pp. Outstanding Pronouncements by Roosevelt on International and Domestic Questions. November 8, 1944, 11x8, 2pp.;Men Face Primitive Conditions in Southwest Pacific War, by Raymond Clapper. .January 29, 1944. 13x8" 1pp. Pacific War Nearer Japan, Keeping A. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE-3383453629269349245

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