By George C. Marshall Foundation
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Comic books that feature George C. Marshall.
|1||World Famous Heroes Magazine #1 October 1941||This comic was published by Comic Corp of America. Learn about the lives of real heroes, men such as Gen. George C. Marshall, William A. Bishop, David Crocket, Lewis and Clark, Robert E. Peary, Paul Revere, and John Paul Jones. 68 pages, full color, 7-in x 10-in.||5/20/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||True Comics #61 June 1947||Stories based on actual people and events, including Gen George C. Marshall. Our comic has pages 11-27 missing.||5/21/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||True Comics #4 September 1941||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.||5/23/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||It Really Happened #7 1946||Includes stories of Teddy Roosevelt, Sir Walter Raleigh, Jefferson Davis, John James Audubon, and the story of the helicopter. Alex Schomburg cover.||5/23/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||Picture News #3 March 1946||Stories of Frank Sinatra, Benny Goodman, Jim Jeffries and June Allyson. A story about atomic energy by Senator Brien McMahon and 'Prepare or Perish" by General George C. Marshall.||5/23/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
|6||George C. Marshall: A Hero for All Times Coloring Book||GEORGE C. MARSHALL (1880-1959) was one of the most important figures of the 20th century. He exerted much influence during World War II and the postwar years. United States presidents and members of Congress, as well as world leaders, listened to George Marshall because of his honesty, fairness, and trustworthiness. His personal qualities of selfless character, patriotism, leadership, integrity, and human compassion were admired by people who worked with him. © 1997 by George C. Marshall Foundation Teachers may reproduce selected portions for classroom use. This publication has been made possible by a grant from LCOL Harold E. Logsdon, USAF, Retired.||5/29/2014||Free||View in iTunes|