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  • Issue #1
    True Comics (1941) 1
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    Winston Churchill on cover. Stories based on actual people and events: World Hero No. 1, art by George Harrison and August M. Froehlich; Winston Churchill bio. Famous Failure text story by Hendrik Willem van Loon; The first attempt to sail north of Russia to China. Air War: Fighting Planes of Leading Nations, script by Nathaniel Nitkin, art by Edwin Smalle Jr.; The story of men and planes who made military aviation during WWII. Frontier Fighters, pencils by John Daly; Story of American Revolutionary hero George Rogers Clark. Yellow Jack: How the Cause of Yellow Fever was Discovered, pencils by Harold De Lay. My Greatest Adventure text story, script by Lowell Thomas, art by Bernard Flinton and Harry Ramsey; about explorer Lowell Thomas. The First Naval Submarine, pencils by Logan Reavis. The Marathon Run, pencils by Henry Kiefer; The story of the Battle of Marathon in 500 B.C. Simon Bolivar: The South American Liberator, art by Michel Roy [Mike Roy]. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    True Comics (1941) 2

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    Shirley Temple photo. Stories based on actual people and events: U.S Producer No. 1, art by August M. Froehlich; Biography of Bill Knudsen, Director Office of Production Management for President Roosevelt. Father of Canada, art by Mike Roy and Henry Kiefer; Biography of the French explorer Samuel de Champlain. Frontier Fighters, art by John Daly; Biography of Zebulon Pike, who discovered the source of the Mississippi River and also explored much of the southwest United States. The Battle of Waterloo, art by Willner McArdle. Wizard of Nature, art by Harry George; Biography of scientist and botanist Luther Burbank. Sea War: Fighting Ships of Leading Nations, art by George Harrison. The Story of the Red Cross, art by William B. Everett; The story of Jean Dunant and how he came to form the Red Cross. Polish Patriot Who Helped Win the American Revolution, art by Harold De Lay; Biography of Thaddeus Kosciuszko. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    True Comics (1941) 3

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Chinese Hero No. 1 (part 1); The story of Chaing Kai-Shek's life from birth until leaving of China after failing to stop Yuan Shih-Kai from declaring himself Emperor. A Forgotten Woman in History; The story of Deborah Sampson. Death Fighter; Biography of Dr. Robert Koch, the "Father of Bacteriology" who discovered germs and how they work. Billy Bishop, Canadian Air Ace; Biography of Canadian WWI Ace "Billy" Bishop. Frontier Fighter; The life story of Daniel Boone. Baseball's Hall of Fame. Unsung Hero; How Captain Jouett helped Thomas Jefferson and other patriots escape cature from British forces. Land War; History of tank warfare. The Town that Can't Be Licked: Ware, Massachusetts. The Battle of Lake Erie: Oliver Hazard Perry. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    True Comics (1941) 4

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    Photos of Eleanor Roosevelt, George Hecht, Gerard Darrow, and Daniel C. Knowlton. Stories based on actual people and events: U.S. Army Chief General George C. Marshall bio. Danger in the Arctic; The story of Joe Crosson, once of the first pilots in Alaska. Old Glory; The story of the American Flag from the Revolutionary War thru 1940's. Sail, Ho! How to Recognize Many Sailing Ships. John Weatherby Blockade Breaker of 1812. Heroine of the White House; The story of how Dolly Madison rescued many valuables from the White House before the British arrived and burned it to the ground in the war of 1812. Chinese Hero No. 1 Part II; The story of Chaing Kai-shek from before WWI thru WWII. Builder of Canada; The story of Alexander Mackenzie and his expedition that travelled across all of Canada to become the first to reach the Pacific Ocean. Frontier Fighters; The story of Captain Fremont and how he forced Mexico to surrender California to America. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    True Comics (1941) 5

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Eagle of the Seas bio. The World's Greatest Cowboy: Gene Autry. Drake's Folly: The Story of the First Oil Well Ever Drilled. The Brown Bomber bio. John Honeyman bio. The Man Who Downed the Red Knight; about Von Richtofen, same as Snoopy's Red Baron. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    True Comics (1941) 6

    Stories and art by George J. Hecht and others. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. Female sharpshooter Annie Oakley becomes a legend doing Wild West shows; New York Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia sets the standard for mayors to follow; Arctic explorer Sir John Franklin vanishes in search of the Northwest Passage. Doesn't It Give You a Thrill?; Man of Action; Girl Sharpshooter; Loneliest Island in the World; The Little Flower; Lost in the Arctic; What You Can Do to Aid in the National Defense; The World's Fastest Human; Powder Boy; World Series; The Capture of Aguinaldo; Dollar Pullers. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    True Comics (1941) 7

    Stories and art by George J. Hecht and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. Early adventures of George Washington on the American frontier; Spy Emily Geiger risks her life for the American Revolution; Abraham Lincoln must decide whether a soldier should be shot for sleeping on guard duty. Fun is Not Always Funny; Empire Builder; Wilderness Adventures of George Washington; Is It True?; Singapore, Place of the Lion; An Unsung Heroine of the Revolution; Football Aces to Watch; Wings of the Navy; The Sleeping Sentry: A Civil War Story; True's Movie Guide; The Battling Beaver; The Cotton Gin; Buffalo Bill Cody; Dollar Pullers; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    True Comics (1941) 8

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    Stories and art by George J. Hecht, Jim Ray and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. A rare defeat for George Washington; Elsie MacGill, the first Canadian female engineer, takes charge of building Hawker Hurricane planes during WWII; River boatman Mike Fink becomes a folk hero in his own right. The Greatest of Games; He Fights On!; Ethan Allen; Dog Hero of Fontenoy; Queen of the Hurricanes: Elsie MacGill; How the Old Chief Said Thank You; Air Victories Made in the U.S.A.; Wings of the U.S. Army; Is It True?; Hunger Fighter; True's Movie Guide; Motorcycle Record; He Learned from History; Washington's Only Defeat; Builder of a Paradise; Mike Fink, King of the River; Dollar Pullers; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    True Comics (1941) 9

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    Stories and art by George J. Hecht and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. The story of the inventor of parachute, Louis-Sebastien Lenormand; A lawsuit over a pig results in huge legal changes for Boston; Mexican patriot and revolutionary Emiliano Zapata. Dear Readers; U.S. Navy Chief Admiral Harold R. Stark; Hero of a Vanishing Race; Mine Explosion; He Saved 10,000 Lives, Part 1; They Stole a Train; Snow Kings and Queens; The Count of Frontenac; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; Carl Von Paulsen; A Pig That Made History; George Washington's Advice; The Cat That Didn't Eat The Canary; Liberator of Mexico's Peasants; Dollar Pullers; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    True Comics (1941) 10

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Chief of the U.S. Marines bio. Inventor of the Telegraph bio. Bowling, America's No. 1 Indoor Sport. The Story of Sabu, Boy of India. He Saved 10,000 Lives, part 2; inventor of parachute. Theodore Roosevelt Out West bio. The Story of How the Star Spangled Banner Came to be Written. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    True Comics (1941) 11

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    Stories and art by George J. Hecht and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. Thomas Edison's drive to invent changes the entire world; The story of the invention of basketball in 1891 is celebrated on its 50th anniversary; Pioneering pilot Peggy Lennox goes on to teach a generation of pilots. Little Things Can Help Win the War; Key Man; Clash for Empire; Thomas A. Edison: He HAD To Invent; Basketball, the Made-to-Order Game; Riding a Volcano Blast; William Dawes' Ride; American Eagle; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; Pirate Fighter Eaton; Hero Off the Gridiron; Pioneer Merchant; Flying Peggy; The Lion; Dollar Pullers; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    True Comics (1941) 12

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    Stories and art by Tony Sarg and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. The history of light bulbs from Edison to the 1940s; Religious freedom pioneer and founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams; Ruth Harkness brings baby giant panda Su Lin from China to the US and causes a media sensation. King of Canada; Roger Williams, New England Firebrand; H.M.S. Jervis Bay; The Story of the Electric Bulb; Wings Over the Andes; He Sold His Head!; Tricks I Have Seen Animals Do; Blood Brothers; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; Newshawk; Voyage of Mystery; Su Lin Comes to America; Champion Cop; Master of Magic; Old Hickory; How Good is Your Memory?; You Edit This Magazine! 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    True Comics (1941) 13

    Stories based on actual people and events: Cominch (Commander in Chief) of the U.S. Navy. The 4th of July in Salvador. The Story of the Commandos; British hit-and-run troops. The Real Robinson Crusoe. Houdini-The Man Who Mystified the World. U.S. Jumping-Off Place Against Japan—Alaska. The Story of Glass. First Woman Test-Pilot. Free French Navy of Canada. Oscar's War: The Cat That Went to Sea. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    True Comics (1941) 14

    Stories and art by Lawrence Dresser and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. Ventriloquist Edgar Bergen becomes a superstar of radio, film and TV with his alter ego, Charlie McCarthy; Nazis in retreat use ocarinas, small flute-like instruments, to signal each other; Michelangelo's sculptures and paintings include some of the most famous artworks of Western history. What Do You Think?; Meet Charlie McCarthy!; Jungle Trail Blazer; Canadian Mounties Go To Sea; Knight of the Airmail; Retreat from Moscow; Australia, War Base of the Pacific; Ship Models You Can Make; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; Buffalo Bulldogger; Charter Oak: How a Hollow Tree Helped Connecticut to Safeguard Her Liberties; U.S.S. Heron; Michelangelo, Maker of Giants; What Do You Think on These Questions?; Truly Comic!; Queen of the Arabs; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    True Comics (1941) 15

    Stories based on actual people and events: Bob Feller, pitcher, He's in the Navy Now! 150th Birthday of the Nation's Capital. He Flew Around the World to Get Home. The Story of West Point. Secret of the Senecas. Sail Rock, How It Took Part in a Battle. The Discoverer of Hidden Hunger; about the discovery of vitamins. Mme Tussaud's Waxworks. Conquest by the Iron Horse. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    True Comics (1941) 16

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    Stories based on actual people and events: He Bombed Toyko bio on General Jimmie Doolittle. The Lost Colony feature on Roanoke. Flying Viking bio on Major Ole Rieistad. Friend of Animals bio on Henry Bergen, founder of the S.P.C.A. [Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals]. Young America Hits the Trail bio on Monroe Smith, director of American Youth Hostels. Cave Nurse bio on Joanna Stavridi. The Netherlands East Indies. He Fought for Freedom bio on William Wallace. The Modest Miracle bio on Robert R. Williams. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    True Comics (1941) 17

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    Stories and art by George J. Hecht and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. The history of Mexico; 67-year-old Chinese freedom fighter "Mama Mosquito" leads an army against Japanese invaders during WWII; A five-page history of bread. How To Build Your Own Monument; Fighting Uncle Joe Stilwell!; The Beloved Bums; The Ghost of Captain Bligh; Army Mule: Rosebud and Company E; People of Mystery; Blind Genius; The Rock that Became a Warship; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; Land of Fighting Men; Chinese Guerrilla Heroine; The Story of Bread; Leaping Leathernecks: U.S. Marine Para-Troopers; The Priest Who Helped to Build a Railroad; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    True Comics (1941) 18

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    Stories and art by David S. Muzzey and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. The first part of the history of America covers the years 1000-1700; Nurse Mary Borden is an action hero in two world wars; The story of the very first football game, Rutgers vs Princeton. The General from Annapolis; Battling Bill of the Merchant Marine; The Most Famous School in the World; Stories Behind Cards; Lord of Canada's West; Breaking the Caribbean Spy Ring: The Capture of the King of Belize; Discovery and Exploration, 1000-1700; King of the Big Top; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; The First Football Game; Doughboy's Holiday; Poll of Junior Public Opinion; Wake Island: Desert Driver; Truly Comic!; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    True Comics (1941) 19

    Stories and art by George J. Hecht, David S. Muzzey and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. The second part of the history of America covers the years leading up to the Revolution; Comedy legends Abbott and Costello; Football coaches and players join the military after Pearl Harbor. Join the Junior Army!; The Yanks Are Coming - Again!; Capturing the Sacred Bird of the Mayas; Colonial Period, 1700-1783; From Brooklyn to Bataan; U.S. Fought Japan Before!; Teaching 'em to Carry the Ball for Uncle Sam; Secret Messages; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; You Can Be A Real Hero, Too; Breaking the Nazi Ring of Death; Jerry Young Presents Abbott and Costello; Conqueror of the White Plague; Robillard - Canadian Ace; Truly Comic!; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    True Comics (1941) 20

    Stories and art by George J. Hecht, David S. Muzzey, John Prentice and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. The third part of the history of America covers the period from the Revolution to the War of 1812; William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke was considered by some to be "The Greatest Athlete of the Middle Ages;" Secret messages through the ages, from ancient Sparta to modern times. Knights Were No Bolder; U.S. Rangers; The Infant Republic, 1783-1814; General McNaughton, Canada's Fighter-Scientist; The Greatest Athlete of the Middle Ages; How the Radio Beam Guides Airplanes; Max Kholas; India; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; Bounce, The Dog Whose True Instinct Was His Master's Protection; One Came Back; Super Commandos, the "Fighting Fools" of the Desert; The "Clipper" Girls; Lysander's Secret Belt; Truly Comic!; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    True Comics (1941) 21

    Stories and art by George J. Hecht, David S. Muzzey, and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. The fourth part of the history of America covers the first half of the 19th century; The use of gliders in warfare; Victoria Drummond, Britain's first woman marine engineer, saves a ship during WWII and becomes a war hero. It's Your World; Timoshenko Russian "Blitz-Buster"; Jalopy Jockeys; War Gliders!; The Tin Can That Made Headlines; Canadian U-Boat Hunter; The Doctor Who Came Back; The Ship With a Fighting Heart; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; The Poll of Junior Opinion; Growing Pains, 1815-1850; The Lady is an Engineer; How the Army Mule Got the Navy's Goat; Truly Comic!; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    True Comics (1941) 22

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    Stories and art by Sam Glankoff, David S. Muzzey, and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. The fifth part of the history of America reaches the Civil War. Native American athlete Jim Thorpe becomes an inspiration to America. The story of the first military submarine, the Turtle, a one-man sub that saw service during the American Revolution. Gen. Bernard L. Montgomery, Desert Warrior; Wolves Eat Railroad!; Submarine - in 1776!; A House Divided, 1850-1865; Jim Thorpe - Indian Athlete; Parachutes for Victory; Time Out for Victory; The Amazing Homer Lea; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; The Story of Brazil; Wings Over Malta; Truly Comic!; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    True Comics (1941) 23

    Stories based on actual people and events: General Mark Wayne Clark bio. The Story of Steel. True's Movie Guide; Comprised of text and an animated cel of Goofy, plus photos of Buck Jones & Kenny Baker. The Story of Great Britain's Flag. "Uncle Dan" Callaghan bio. General Eisenhower and the Winter Underwear. The Nation Reunited, 1865-1898. U-Boat Ahead! The Bootblack's Poodle. The Picket Fence Code. The Secret Message of Alice DuBois. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    True Comics (1941) 24

    Cover by Sam Glankoff. Stories and art by Theodore P. Bank, David S. Muzzey, and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. The seventh part of the history of America sees the nation become a world power and enter World War I; Jeanne Mance establishes the first hospital in Montreal during the 1600s; Explorer Marco Polo. The Importance of Physical Fitness; Master of Escape: Henri Honore Giraud; Convoy Comes Through!; Canadas Pioneer Nurse: Jeanne Mance; The Poll of Junior Opinion; Admiral of Victory: William P. Leahy; Marco Polo: Worlds Most Famous Traveler; Is It True?; Pacific Adventure; America Becomes a World Power, 1898-1918; Explorer of Ocean Depths: Dr. William Beebe; Trues Movie Guide; Winner—And Still Champion: Barney Ross; Truly Comic!; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    True Comics (1941) 25
    • Staple rust. Rust migration.
    • Centerfold detached.
    • INCOMPLETE. Multiple pages missing, interrupts art and story.

    Stories and art by David S. Muzzey and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. The final part of the history of America covers the period between the World Wars; The story of the medical family behind the Mayo Clinic; The fastest humans and animals. Major John Smith and the "Fighting 223"; The Mayo Family; Life Raft; Between Two Wars, 1919-1939; Pigeon Express; Speed Demons; She'll Smile Again!; Riddle Round-Up ; Men Without Fear; Torpedo Terror; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; Truly Comic!; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    True Comics (1941) 26

    Stories based on actual people and events: Hero of the Bismarck Sea bio on George C. Kenney. A Dog Named Bill; A dog at a R.A.F. base knows before anyone else when his master is returning. Queen of Sky Battle; Story of a military plane, the "Suzy-Q".The Mayo Family: Part 2 medical bio. Shanghai Heroine bio on Yang Hui Ming. Promotional movie ad for Roy Rogers in "King of the Cowboys." True Stories About Stamps article by Ted Murray. The Story of America: Chapter 9 featuring Teddy Rooselvelt and Winston Churchill. Human Sky Scraper bio on Cornelius Warmerdam. Journey From Fear bio on Cornelius Vandergrift. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    True Comics (1941) 27

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    Stories and art by George J. Hecht, Feg Murray and Natalie Purvin Prager. Biography and history stories in comics form, part of a trend in non-fiction comics in the 1940s. A Russian couple battles Nazis in a homemade tank; Other WWII-themed stories include a biography of controversial General George Patton; Skipper the dog becomes the mascot of a Flying Fortress crew. I Can!; General Fury; The Story of Two Patriots; The Boy Saboteurs; Eagles Revenge; The Leathernecks Have Landed; Riddle Round-Up; Indian Captive; Lucky Dog; True Stories About Stamps; Air Pioneer; Photo Joe; The Battling Duchess; Is It True?; True's Movie Guide; Truly Comic!; How Good is Your Memory? 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    True Comics (1941) 28

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Lost in the Arctic; RCAF crew forced down in Greenland. Leap to Glory; Greek student inspires resistance to Nazis. General Jacob Devers: Yank Commander bio. Frank Rock: An Indian Remembers baseball bio. Enemy Agent: A Code Story. Balboa: Hero of Darien. The Original Uncle Sam; Origins of the symbol. Radar: Wonder Weapon. George Washington Carver: Wizard of Science bio. Jean Knox: The Lady is a General. The Flying Dutchmen; Netherlands AF training in Jackson, Miss. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    True Comics (1941) 29

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Our South American Neighbors article. Bomber Ablaze; Bomber catches fire over Germany. Lou Diamond, The Amazing Marine. True Stories About Stamps, script by Feg Murray. The Fighting Seabees; U.S. Navy Construction Battalions. Beethoven. Saved: 12,000 Hours a Year!; Shipbuilder invents a gauge for pipe elbows. Peru--Our South American Neighbors article. Presenting the Joe Jacksons!; Bicycling comedians. Three Fronts, One Cause--National War Fund. Underground; French resistance in WWII. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    True Comics (1941) 30

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    Stories based on actual people and events: How Many Indians Do You Know? racial purity article. Captain Hayes' Revenge; inspires his men to sink a Japanese convoy. Jan Smutek: Wanted by the Gestapo bio. Dr. Norman Bethune: They Shall Not Perish; bio on man who started blood banks. The Cooper Brothers, Mort and Walker story starring baseball players. Venezuela--Our South American Neighbors. They Got the Blame; the story of scapegoats in history. Gibraltar Express; WWII convoy from England to Gibraltar. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    True Comics (1941) 31

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Not So Big editorial by George J. Hecht; On our shrinking world. Terrible Terry Allen; WWII in North Africa. Our Good Neighbor, Bolivia. You Can't Believe Your Eyes!; Camouflaged and disguised war machinery. American Eagle; Eagle as a symbol of U.S.A. Galloping Ghost bio on Red Grange. Thunderbirds of the U.S. Army and Navy Air Forces. Mary Walker: First Lady of the Army Medical Corps. The Awful Truth; WWII resistance newspaper in Poland. John C. Garand: The Man Behind the Gun (M1 rifle). Shorty Gordon: Belly Gunner. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    True Comics (1941) 32
    • Staple rust.

    Stories based on actual people and events: Colonel Robert L. Scott: Great Scott. Mary Pickersgill: Our Flag Was Still There. Destination Danger; Allied invasion of North Africa, WWII. How Canada Got Its Name. Philip Hrwco: The Fight Against Infantile Paralysis; Pre-vaccine approaches to polio. Men Against the Desert; WWII bomber crew downed in North Africa. Our Good Neighbor, Chile. PT Terror; WWII torpedo boats. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    True Comics (1941) 33

    Stories based on actual people and events: Mark Clark: General Clark and His Fighting Fifth. Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Common Sense about the Common Cold. Danger at Daybreak; WWII bomber crew rescued in North Atlantic. Salute to the Coast Guard. Emeline Wharton: Spy for Freedom; dressed in men's clothing to join U.S. revolution, goes behind British lines. Jim Bay: Call Him Doc; Hospital janitor becomes top front line medic in WWII New Guinea. Our Good Neighbor, Uruguay text article. Captain Frank P. Bender: Hit the Silk!; Survives in WWII New Guinea jungle after being shot down. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    True Comics (1941) 34

    Stories based on actual people and events: The Doctor Declares War; Dr. Gordon S. Seagrave. Dr. Gordon S. Seagrave; The story of Wendell Wilke. Thrill Hunter; Claude Weaver of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Angel of the Battlefield bio on Clara Barton. First in War, First in Peace, First in the Hearts of His Countrymen bio on George Washington. Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation-- Steve Saunders. Flak Happy bio on Lt. Richard H. McGibney. Our Good Neighbor, Paraguay. Terror Bound!; Crew of a sunken merchant ship in WWII survives 11 days adrift. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    True Comics (1941) 35

    Stories based on actual people and events: Carlson's Marine Raiders bio on Evans Fordyce Carlson. The Man Who Made the World Laugh bio on Mark Twain. Canada's Terrific Twins bio on champion skiers Rhona and Rhoda Wurtele. School for Espionage--Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation featuring Steve Saunders. Tribute to the Merchant Marine. Black Gold; The fascinating story of oil. Fearless Funmaker bio on Irving Fenster. Colombia--Our South American Neighbors. Giant Killers; Story involves torpedo boats (PT boats). 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    True Comics (1941) 36

    Stories based on actual people and events: General Ira Eaker: Flying General. Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Chips Makes a Comeback; Chips is a dog in the U.S. military. Strong Men; Tough guys and weightlifters. Rilie Morgan: Daredevil of Company K; WWII Guadalcanal. Garibaldi: Fighter for a Free Italy. Harriet Quimby: Lady in the Air bio on female pilot. Our Good Neighbor, Ecuador. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    True Comics (1941) 37

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Vice Admiral Richmond K. Turner: Commander of the Crocodile Fleet. Origins of nursery rhymes. Therese Bonney: Photo-Fighter; 3-panel, 3-page sequence shows a Nazi concentration camp. Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Round the World Gift--National War Fund. Builders of the Alaska Highway. Rube Waddell: Magnificent Screwball bio on baseball pitcher. The Battling Borie; Aging U.S. destroyer fights German submarines. The Fearless Five; Five U.S Marines in the South Pacific stop a Japanese attack. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    True Comics (1941) 38

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Omar Bradley: Doughboys' General. Jinx Ship; U.S.S. Michigan patrols Lake Erie in 19th century. Joe Ruddy Sr. & Jr.: Rough 'n Ruddy; Father and son water polo players. Marcus Whitman: Oregon Trail Blazer. Weather to Order!; Weather prediction for timing military operations. Lt. Annie Den Hooch: One-Woman Army. Major Paul Triquet: Victorious Canadian. Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Friendly Enemies; British POWs in Italy, WWII. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    True Comics (1941) 39

    Stories based on actual people and events: Frank D. Merrill: Merrill's Marauders. Lionel Conacher: Conacher of Canada. Franklin D. Roosevelt: F.D.R. Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Anesia Pinhiero Machado: Rio Flyer; female air pilot. There Are No Master Races; Based on pamphlet, The Races of Mankind. Lt. Hyman Goldberg: Mission Completed; Bombardier finishes run with bullet in spine. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    True Comics (1941) 40

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Thomas E. Dewey: Dewey; campaign bio. Sidney Franklin: Bullfighter from Brooklyn. Shark Bait; Survivors in a lifeboat catch a shark. Railroads on the March. Superfortress; B-29 bomber. Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Marie Anne Lagimoniere: Frontier Wife; Red River Settlement. Back-Yard Lifesaver; Milkweed division of War Hemp Industries, Inc. Paul Johnson: Lesson Learned; Pilot Paul Johnson habitually buzzes airfields, main streets, etc. Sea Furies; British Torpedo Boats off North Africa in WWII. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    True Comics (1941) 41

    Stories based on actual people and events: Marc A. Mitscher: Pacific Sweeper; Aircraft carriers in WWII. Cavalcade of England, script by Joseph H. Park; Chapter one: British history to 1215 AD. Flight Lieutenant Dave Hornell: Last Ditch. Alexander Fleming: Penicillin. Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Sergeant Jean Young: WAC Under Fire! Marine Corporal Walter Bodt: Desperate Message. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    True Comics (1941) 42

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Joe Martinez: Private Joe; medal of honor. Arturo Toscanini: Music Is His Weapon. Patty Berg bio; Tomboy becomes pro golfer, then joins U.S. Marines. Super-Bomber story about B-29 bomber. Cavalcade of England, script by Joseph H. Park; Chapter 2: British history 1215 to 1485 AD. General Jacques Leclerc: Hero of Paris. Danger Below; Japanese submarines in WWII South Pacific. Scotty McAllister: Scotty Sent Us; Pvt. McAllister captures 160 German soldiers in one day. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    True Comics (1941) 43

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    Stories based on actual people and events: General Dwight D. Eisenhower: Hero of the Year. Alphonse Leemans: Tough Tuffy bio on football player. D-Day Secret; Soldiers cleaning up after Roosevelt-Churchill talks find important papers. Cavalcade of England; Chapter 3: British history 1485 to 1603 AD. U.S.S. Minneapolis: Unsinkable Ship. Benjamin O. Davis Sr. & Jr.: Two of a Kind; African American military officers. Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Lt. Helen Talboy: Anzio Ordeal. Perfect Error; Bombs dropped by mistake sink a Japanese ship. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    True Comics (1941) 44
    • 1/2" Spine split from top.

    Stories based on actual people and events: General Walter Krueger: Return Trip. Harry S. Truman. Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Army's Navy; U.S. Army's Air-Sea Rescue Squadron. Lt. Maurice B. Wells: Third Escape. United Nations: A Third World War Can Be Prevented Now! New Stars; Problem getting stars for MacArthur when 5-Star rank was created. Emmy Fix!; Eskimo girl helps soldiers build an airport. Arnold Furst: Out of a Hat!; A magician entertains troops. Vernon Gomez: El Senor Goofy baseball pitcher bio. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    True Comics (1941) 45

    Stories based on actual people and events: Col. Alexandre Pokryshkin: Sky Hawk; Russian military pilot. Mercy for Millions--National War Fund. Tokyo Express; PT Boats sink two Japanese destroyers. Ray Barbuti: Stubborn Sprinter. Cavalcade of England, script by Joseph H. Park; Chapter 4: British history 1603 to 1688 AD. Mary Murray: Delaying Action; Revolutionary War heroine. Chaos at the Central Park Zoo—Great Hoaxes. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    True Comics (1941) 46

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Name to Remember; Two U.S. destroyers named Laffey. George Gershwin: Gershwin. Ursula Graham-Bower: Jungle Queen. Chehalis: The Magnificent Runt; Funny-looking horse becomes champion of harness racing. Cavalcade of England, script by Joseph H. Park; Chapter 5: British history 1688 to 1815 AD. Who Raised the Flag at Iwo Jima? Gonzalo Romero: Game Gonzalo soccer player bio. Major John C. 'Pappy' Herbst: Flying Old Man. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    True Comics (1941) 47
    • Cover detached at one staple.

    Stories based on actual people and events: Atoms Unleashed; The story of the Atomic Bomb. Week-End in Rome; American officers lay ground for Italian surrender. Cavalcade of England, script by Joseph H. Park; Chapter 6: British history 1815 to 1902 AD. Henry Hudson. Man-Made Miracle; Rayon and artificial fibers. The History of Clocks; How Industry Serves the Nation. Ann Curtis: Frisco Flash bio on competition swimmer. Wing Commander Robert Davidson: Underground Ace. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    True Comics (1941) 48

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    Stories based on actual people and events: PFC Desmond Doss: Hero Without a Gun; The true story of conscientious objector and Medal of Honor winner, Desmond Doss. Baldy's Great Race; 1910 Alaska sled dog championship. Paul Robeson bio on actor/singer. The Doll Shop Mystery starring Steve Saunders; Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Cavalcade of England, script by Dr. Joseph H. Park; hapter 7: British history 1901 to 1933 AD. Human Howitzer bio on Al Blozis. Photos of Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and Robert Montgomery. Fighting Schoolmarm bio on Amparo Bonecilla, a woman soldier in the Philippines. Pirate Patriot bio on Jean Lafitte; War of 1812. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    True Comics (1941) 49

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    Stories based on actual people and events: The Secret Warriors--Office of Strategic Services. Tom J. Smith: Smoking Fists; Abilene's new marshal won't carry a gun. Bangor, Maine; How It Got Its Name. The Sultan and the Emperor Come to Cambridge--Great Hoaxes. Joseph Palmer: Battle of the Beard; the right to whiskers in 1830s Massachusetts. Cavalcade of England, script by Joseph H. Park; Chapter 8: British history 1930 to 1946 AD. Josef Haydn: Farewell Symphony. Rube Marquard: Sizzling Southpaw. Lucie Aubrac: Lucie to the Rescue; French underground in WWII. Captain Frank Lillyman: Heaven on the House. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    True Comics (1941) 50

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    Stories based on actual people and events: Tommy Hitchcock: Ten-Goal Tommy bio on polo player. Lumber Pirates. George Westinghouse bio on inventor. Sinbad story; Sinbad is a dog Coast Guard mascot. Story on lost Inca treasure. Texas--How It Got Its Name. Anna Leonowens: Palace Teacher; Anna and the King of Siam. The Secret Warriors--Office of Strategic Services. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.