The American Legion Magazine [Volume 52, No. 2 (February 1952)]
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Table of Contents
- The Truth About The Katyn Massacre: Why Did Certain People Try To Hide The Facts? by Arthur Bliss Lane
- They Never Had It So Good: The Chances Are You Never Had Duty Like This by John Sharnik And Herbert Mitgang
- Basketball - Midwestern Style: The Game Is Ultra-Super-Colossal In The Midwest by Dave Condon
- Can You Get Good Care In A Veterans Hospital? The National Commander Looks Over The VA Hospital Set-Up by Donald R. Wilson
- All Quiet On The Home Front: Back From Korea, A Marine Finds America Indifferent by James C. Jones, Jr.
- How To Sell A Used Car: Ways And Means Of Getting More For The Old Jalopy by Morgan Morris
- Show Respect To Our Flag: A Picture Quiz That We Hope You Won't Flunk by Angela Calomiris
- The National Legionnaire
- Sound Off!
- Editor's Corner
- Products Parade
- Rod And Gun Club
- Parting Shots
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