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    [World War II] Newspapers and Posters, including: six copies of Stars and Stripes from 1945; a July 12, 1944, front page of the Evening Standard; two "Safe Conduct Passes" with a printed facsimile of General Eisenhower's signature; an Office of War Information "The Sound That Kills" color poster, 14" x 20"; two Office of Facts and Figures "The Enemy is Listening" posters, 20" x 28"; a Seagram's "Look Who's Listening" poster, 21.5" x 28"; and, a German propaganda poster, 9.5" x 14". The newspapers are brittle. The posters have chipped edges, else near fine.

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    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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