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Banner: Tales From The Vault! Canadian Pulp Fiction 1940-1952
Table of Contents
About Tales From the Vault!
Canadian Pulp Industry
English Pulp Collection
French Pulp Collection
Corrupting Morals
Decline of the Pulps
Effects of the Pulps


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Red Ally, 1941

For the cover of Red Ally, prolific pulp artist Wilf Long did some of his best work. The portraits of Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin are easily recognizable, and the collage of photo-referenced war scenes in the background promises the kind of excitement pulp audiences craved. A factual book about life in the USSR, Red Ally answered Canadians' questions about their new Soviet comrades-in-arms.

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