The December 1942 issue has been found, and placed in the Fraternity's archive. A quality scan of that issue is available for your reading pleasure below.
Here is what appears in this amazing 1942 issue of The Kleos that is so fascinating:
- an Uncle Sam / Victory cover so befitting of its era
- the center-pages of the issue feature a list, by chapter, of brothers in the U.S. Armed Forces engaged in the Second World War
- a story on about our nation's flag
- a message from Grand Consul (National President), Joseph DeGuglielmo
- a story about the ramifications of and use of nerve gas in the two World Wars
- a Christmas story by Hollywood legend Cecil B. DeMille, who made many Biblical epics in the world of films
- several pages of Chapter news, during the tough days of World War II, when chapters were struggling to survive
- some district news
- some great ads of the era
- and much, much more.
You can read the issue below or view it in a more robust viewing environment by clicking here.
(Note: use the [ ] box in the bottom-right of the magazine viewer, to view the issue in full-screen mode)