Pg… 25 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Refugees Arrive from Europe
Pg… 30 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Editorial: The Education of Sidney Hillman
Pg… 31 THE WEEK'S EVENTS McNair Family Portrait
Pg… 32 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Argentina Shows Army……..
Pg… 34 THE WEEK'S EVENTS The Battle of France: Paris
Pg… 36 THE WEEK'S EVENTS The Battle of France: St. LO
Pg… 38 THE WEEK'S EVENTS The Battle of France: French Traitor
Pg… 41 ARTICLE Radioman Tweed on Guam, by Robert Sherrod
Pg… 84 CLOSE–UP John Foster Dulles, by John Chamberlain
Pg… 75 POLITICS Truman of Missouri
Pg… 48 ART Night Landing on New Britain
Pg… 59 MOVIE Joyce Reynolds
Pg… 61 MOVIE "Janie–
Pg… 65 ANIMALS Goofy Comes Home
Pg… 71 THEATER –Catherine Was Great"
Pg… 80 SCIENCE Ball Bearings
Pg… 2 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editors
Pg… 10 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Speaking of Pictures: The Sun's Course
Pg… 14 OTHER DEPARTMENTS LIFE's Reports: Inside the Reich, by John Scott
Pg… 98 OTHER DEPARTMENTS LIFE Calls on a Little French Girl
Pg… 105 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Pictures to the Editors : LIFE'S PICTURES Alfred Eisenstaedt had a personal interest in taking pictures of the European refugees (pp. 25–29). Himself a German Jew, he went to work for the A.P. in Berlin 15 years ago next month. As one of Europe's top photographers, he covered the rise of the dictators, seeing with his eyes and his camera the spread of tragedy among the little people of a continent. At length he himself left Europe to make a new home and an even wider reputation in America.