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Douglas Airview. [two wartime issues with anti-Japanese "Tokio Kid" back covers]

Douglas Airview.
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Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc., Santa Monica, CA. 1943, Two issues of the company magazine, 42p. each, August and November 1943; latter issue has one page loose but present. Both have back cover propaganda illustrations featuring the "Tokio Kid," a fanged Japanese man with blood-dripping sword. Pointing to an ideas box, the Tokio Kid (based on Hirohito) says "Keep box empty, ideas not fair, too many Zeros knocking from air. Thank you."

Cat.No: 207738

Price: $25.00

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