Date: 2-3-1941 Life Magazine
Condition: Very Good
Cover: Nazis Goebbels and Goering talk about propaganda.
Pictured on the left, Goebels sees that outsiders only see the
rosiest picture of life behind the German lines. Goering sees
that outsiders learn little of R.A.F. raids on the Reich.
Returning CBS journalist William Shirer reports on German life
in his articles on page 66.
Pictures: War Inventions
Congressmen Haggle over Lease–Lend Bill as New British Ambassador Arrives in U. S.
LIFE on the Newsfronts of the World
California Students Burn "Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair"
10,000 Civilian Spotters Ward off Mock Air Invasion of U. S.
President Roosevelt Is Inaugurated for a Third Term
Modern Living: Colored Stockings
Science: Chemist Converts Vegetables into Coal and Petroleum
Art: A Catalog of Portrait Painters
Movies: South American Movie Stars Invade Hollywood
Photographic Essay: Man of God: the life of a Typical U. S. Parson
Army Wind Tunnel Nears Completion at Wright Field
Inside Wartime Germany, Part I, by William L. Shirer
LIFE Goes to a Farewell Party at Arkansas Tech
Packard Automobile color advertisement
Lane Cedar Hope Chests
Studebaker Automobile color advertisement
Lincoln Zephyr V-12 Automobile color advertisement
Borden's Elsie the Cow Evaporated Milk