Tricolor Magazine July, 1944 (Harry Bellamann, Alicia Markova)

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Book Condition: Very good

This is only the fourth issue of this war-time magazine dedicated to France and French culture, but not without a bit about the U.S. too. There's a subscripton form bound in on the first page which allowed readers to become Charter members by having their subscription begin with the April issue instead of the current one. The magazine is in very good condition (only some foxing to first two pages because of the form)and measures 7"x9-1/2". One of the two things that jumped out at me was Harry Bellamann's "Will Paris Be the Same?" Bellamann was an American novelist, best known for his book, King's Row, which turned into a movie which showcased Ronald Reagan in his best early career performance. The second story to catch my eye was Alicia Markova, an English ballerina and choreographer. Other topics include G.I. Joe Goes to France, The Getapo Hell of Compiegne and much more. The magazine 125 pages.

Title: Tricolor Magazine July, 1944 (Harry Bellamann, Alicia Markova)

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Categories: Magazines, Music , War and Military, France,

Edition: Volume I Number 4

Publisher: New York, Andre Labarthe: 1944

Binding: soft cover

Book Condition: Very good

Seller ID: 1356

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