The American Legion Magazine [Volume 66, No. 3 (March 1959)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Cover by Donato Leo
- How Imagination and Nerve Got the Legion Going: A 40th Anniversary Feature
- They Fought With Picks and Shovels: The Gandy Dangers of WWI Met the Germans Early by Clarence Woodbury
- Apacheland Welcomes White Man: Redskin and Paleface Now Have head Good Deal by Robert M. Hyatt
- France's Man of Destiny: Can De Gaulle Restore France to Her Former Greatness? by Edward de Pianelli, C.L.H.
- Our Science-Fiction Army: Buck Rogers Never Had It So Good as These GI's
- Car Identification Contest: Make Your Knowledge of the 1959 Models Pay Off
- The Legion's First Forty Years: Special Picture Section
- Sound Off!
- Rod and Gun Club
- About Books
- Editor's Corner
- Wash. Opinion
- Personal Affairs
- American Legion Shopper
- Parting Shots
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