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July 22, 1940 Life Magazine

Date: 7-22-1940 Life Magazine

Condition: Very Good

Cover: Tank commander Clayton J. Mansfield at Fort Knox

is the commander of training forces Troop E 1st Cavalry. He 

is shown at the turret of a "combat car" better know as a tank.

The hawk on his shoulder strap and on the tank is the insignia 

of the 1st Cavalry. For more on U.S. Forces see page 56-63.

Contents:

Speaking of Pictures: Camera Shows How Hubbell Throws a Curve

America Opens Its Homes to First Refugee Children

LIFE on the Newsfronts of the World

Inhalators Fail to Revive Six Children Slain by Deranged Mother

Germany Supervises Last Grim Days of Third French Republic

100 Die in "Free" Mexican Election

Mr. and Mrs. Willkie Look Over Washington

Balbo is Mourned by Loyal in Italy and San Francisco

Nation Discovers It's Smart to be Patriotic

Pretty Pat English Trains Lions

U.S. Army Doctors Investigate Punishment a Pilot Takes in Flight

Mary Lewis: Career Woman

Vanderbilt's Spinnaker Is Ripped by Blustery Sou'wester

Art: Boston Museum of Fine Arts

America Needs Men for National Defense

Economic Consequences of a German Victory by Walter Lippmann

The German Language

LIFE Flees from France

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