National Geographic : 1944 Jul
PENNSYLVANIA is no stranger to war. Within its boundaries are the hal lowed historic shrines of Valley Forge where men's souls were tried ... and of Gettysburg where the fate of the Nation was decided by the greatest battle ever fought on American soil. Today, Pennsylvania is again at war. No battles are being fought on her soil... save the great battle of production. From Pennsylvania's mines, forges, foundries and mills flow the munitions to supply her fighting sons and their brothers-in-arms. Concentrating on this gigantic job ab sorbs most.of Pennsylvania's energies today. But a happier day will come with victory . . and then this fighting state looks forward to welcoming you to its superb highways, its historic shrines and its scenic splendors. PENN SYLVANI A PennKsyl De Oprtnt of Co.Fmmerce Pennsylvania Department of Commerce Handie-Talkie signals theattack HANDIE-TALKIE IS ANOTHER MOTOROLA RADIO FIRST! If there is glory at all in war, all of it goes without question to the men who do the fighting. We who turn out weapons for Victory find ample satisfaction in the knowl edge that our product delivers when needed. The Handie-Talkie is a battery powered radio receiver and transmitter no larger than a cracker box. The operator talks, giv ing information, and listens, receiving instructions. Officers and men call it the "fightingest" radio set in the army! The "Handie-Talkie" was pioneered and de veloped exclusively by Motorola Electronics Engineers. It is a Motorola habit to be first! GALVIN MFG. CORPORATION CHICAGO 51, ILL. F-M RADIO * AUTOMATIC PHONOGRAPHS * TELEVISION * F-M POLICE RADIO * RADAR * MILITARY RADIO COMMUNICATIONS "Buy U. S. War Bonds-They Identify You"