Date: 5-13-1940 Life Magazine
Condition: Very Good
Cover: Shawl again is a revival of an age-old fashion.Originally
intended to cover the shoulders, the shawl is making a come back.
Draped over the decorative blonde head of Ernette Mueseler, is a
square of pale blue silk with a printed pattern of 35 soft colors. The
design is an exact reproduction of a floral piece of a 14th century
Dutch painter Van Staensdonck. For more shawls see page 64.
Speaking of Pictures: Nazi War Film Cowed Neutrals
The War in Scandinavia: Blitzkrieg Machines Give Germans Victory Over Allies in Norway
The War in Scandinavia: Norway's King Haakon Runs for His Life
The War in Scandinavia: Trondheim: German's Key Base That British Could Not Take
The War in Scandinavia: A "Fifth Column" Nazi in Norway; Daisy Harriman Outruns Bombs
The War in Scandinavia: "Gloworm" Survivors Ride Waves of North Sea
Life on the Newsfronts of the World
German Coal Rolls Into Italy
"Ile de France" Sails Carrying Planes for Allies
Douglas Freeman Uses Civil War to Clarify War News from Europe
"There Shall Be No Night"
Movies: "My Favorite Wife"
Exercise Study at Minnesota University
Shawls, the Newest Accessory Gag
Seabiscuit Becomes the Father of Five
New Mexico: America's Southwest Celebrates Its Antiquity
How a Night Club in Chicago Is Run on a $30,000 Monthly Gross
The Men of Sweden
New York World's Fair Is Ready to Reopen
Life Calls on Billy Rose & Wife
John Carroll's "Pinky" Dominates Detroit Art Exhibition
Goodrich Silvertown Tires
Spenser Tracy as "Edison the Man" Movie
Libby's Fruit Juices
Spalding Golf Clubs