The American Legion Magazine [Volume 48, No. 2 (February 1950)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- What The Germans Really Think: A Report From Inside Germany Today by Ib Melchior And Will Sparks
- Buying A Used Car? Some Facts And Figures To Guide You by Ray Sherman
- What The Russian "A" Bomb Means To You: How The Atomic Blast Will Affect You In Your Everyday Life by George Fielding Eliot
- My Greatest Fishing Day: If You Want Excitement Try Catching A Broadbill Swordfish by Kip Farrington, Jr.
- Steve Nelson: Unwelcome Guest: If You've Ever Wondered Where Commie Big-Shots Come From by Donald Robinson
- What Are They Doing To The Female Sex? The Idea Is That Fashion Creators Just Hate Women by Henry G. Felsen
- The Legion Fights Disaster: In Time Of Trouble Our Posts Often Get There Fustest With The Mostest by Robert B. Pitkin
- How To Pick A Dog: Watch Your Step When You Go Shopping For A Dog by Joe Whitley
- The National Legionnaire
- Products Parade
- The Editors' Corner
- Sound Off!
- Life In The Open
- Vets With Ideas
- Parting Shots
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