The US News started publishing in 1933 as a newspaper. In 1944 it became a magazine and in 1948 it became US News and World Report which still exists today. It is published in NYC today however and started in Washington DC.
This is dated May 26, 1944 and the cost was 10 cents. It has a lot of interesting articles. The first page has an ad for the Nash Automobiles and the Kelvinator refridgerators. It shows a soldier on the ground with a story about a corpman ending with "That's the spirit that made America strong, That's the spirit that's going to win this war... That's what I'll be looking for when I come home."
It is 10.75" X 8.25" and 68 pages. The pages are somewhat yellowed but not brittle. The cover is torn on the bottom and top of left side. For a magazine, it is in good vintage condition.
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