Ken Magazine July, 28, 1938 (Ernest Hemingway Boxing, Germans in South Tyrol, FDR as Counter-Revolutionary)

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Ken magazine launched on April 7, 1938 via the founders of Esquire, but it lasted just a scant two years with two issues a month. It was political and controversial, so much so that Ernest Hemingway stopped writing for it after 14 issues. The magazine is oversized at 10" x 13-1/2" with 86 pages. This issue has a boxing article by Hemingway titled My Pal The Gorilla Gargantua. The cover story is Austrians In All But Name, a criticsm of the Reich for failing Germans of the South Tyrol. Other stories include Roosevelt as counter-revolutionary; water pollution in Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, and St. Louis; and how a white man almost hung for killing a Black man. There's also many wonderful full page photographs and many features. I have many of these magazines, so if you don't see the one you want inquire and I'll see if I have it. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but please contact us with destination for an exact shipping quote.

Title: Ken Magazine July, 28, 1938 (Ernest Hemingway Boxing, Germans in South Tyrol, FDR as Counter-Revolutionary)

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Categories: Magazines, War and Military, Political Ephemera, Germany and Austria,

Edition: Vol. 2. No. 2

Publisher: 1938

Binding: soft cover

Book Condition: Very good condition

Seller ID: 1832

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