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    Man’s Book Periodical [v4 #4, August 1965] (quarto)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · We’re Telling You · Anon. · cl
    • 8 · Strictly for Laughs · Anon. · cl
    • 10 · Rx for Living · Anon. · cl
    • 12 · Sick! Sick! Sick! · Anon. · cl
    • 14 · Bring Out Viet Nam’s Soft Angels of Death · Capt. Frank Dulaney (as told to Bob Shields) · ts
    • 18 · Self Analysis: Do You Choke Up About Sex? · Harold Potter · ar
    • 20 · Bewitching Blonde · Anon. · pi
    • 22 · The Doomed Beauties of the Turk Terror · Chuck McCarthy · ss
    • 24 · How to Protect Your Girl from a Rape Fiend · J. R. Wayne · ar
    • 26 · The Hideous Revenge of the Comanche Nymph · Dean W. Ballenger · ss
    • 28 · Moon Goddess · Anon. · pi
    • 30 · Hot Lead for the Nazis’ Maiden Butchering Monster · Jim McDonald · ss
    • 32 · Expose: Sex Lab Kicks of America’s Lusting Coeds · Charles Beach · ar
    • 34 · They Pay for My Passion—A Beach Boy Tells All · Mark Young · ar
    • 36 · Desert Darling · Anon. · pi


    Man’s Book Periodical [v4 #5, October 1965] (quarto)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · Rx for Living · Anon. · cl
    • 8 · Sick! Sick! Sick! · Anon. · cl
    • 10 · Strictly for Laughs · Anon. · cl
    • 12 · We’re Telling You · Anon. · cl
    • 14 · The Terror Trail of the Algerian Sin Girls · Jim McDonald · ss
    • 16 · The Beat Cop: Raw Guts on the Hoof · Aldo Saxton · ar
    • 18 · The Crypt of Agony for the Screaming Nudes · Les Howland · ss
    • 20 · Expose: Booze and Babes—Twin Teen Terrors · S. J. Gottesfeld · ar
    • 22 · Exotic Edi · Anon. · pi
    • 26 · Beach Bums—Our National Disgrace · Stan Gardner · ar
    • 28 · The Golden Madame Who Made Torture Big Business · Roy Harper · ts
    • 30 · 10 Sex Drives That Can Cripple You · A. Joseph Bursteln, Ph.D. · ar
    • 32 · Meet Our Babe · Anon. · pi
    • 34 · “Truck Drivers Are My Meat”—Confessions of a Highway Nympho · Margery Davenport · ar
    • 36 · The Vice Dolls Who Blasted the International White Slavers · Bill Ryder · ts
    • 38 · “Drive My Hearse to Hell’s Butcher Shop” · Ex-1st Sgt. Walter G. Brown (as told to Steve Lawton) · ts


    Man’s Book Periodical [v4 #6, December 1965] (quarto)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · We’re Telling You · Anon. · cl
    • 8 · Sick! Sick! Sick! · Anon. · cl
    • 10 · Strictly for Laughs · Anon. · cl
    • 12 · Rx for Living · Anon. · cl
    • 14 · Trapped by the Lust Goddess of Serpent Island · Lou Caille (as told to Art Crockett) · ts
    • 18 · Dig My Grave on Hell’s Beach · Lester Coplon (as told to Stuart Wood) · ts
    • 20 · Soft Flesh for the Monster of Agony · Andrew Blake · ss
    • 22 · Sugar and Spice · Anon. · pi
    • 26 · Exposed: The Scandal of Illicit College Love · Lewis Harvey · ar
    • 28 · The Nympho Model Who Smashed the Vice Lords · Roy Harper · ss
    • 30 · Medical Report: Your Sex Life Is Being Destroyed by Foolish Fears · A. Joseph Bursteln, Ph.D. · ar
    • 32 · Ann’s Our Gal · Anon. · pi
    • 34 · The Melody Is Passion—Confessions of a Dance Instructor · Scott Vincent · ar
    • 36 · I Led the Revolt of Castro’s Sin Ship Harlots · Harry Forsythe (as told to Bob Shields) · ts


    Man’s Book Periodical [v5 #1, January 1966] (quarto)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • Trapped by the She Wolves of Berlin · Bob Scott · ss
    • Mountains of Dead and Still They Come · Lee Parks (as told to Stuart Wood) · ts
    • The Rebel Flame Queens Who Scorched the Yankees · Bill Ryder · ss
    • Nature Girl · Anon. · pi
    • Chained Nudes for the Devil’s Seat in Hell · Andrew Blake · ss
    • Wild Teens, Booze and Babes—Our National Curse · Hugh Surpin · ar
    • "I Sell Silent Passion": Confessions of a Key Club Hostess · Lynn Star · ar
    • Dutch Treat · Anon. · pi
    • Secrets of Hitler’s Torture Master · Hal Stanton (as told to Roy Harper) · ts
    • Sex Survey: How Do You Rate? · Gabriel Morrell, M.D. · ar
    • Jan’s Our Choice · Anon. · pi
    • We’re Telling You · Anon. · cl
    • Strictly for Laughs · Anon. · cl
    • Rx for Living · Anon. · cl
    • Sick! Sick! Sick! · Anon. · cl



    Man’s Book Periodical [v9 #1, February 1970] (Em Tee Publications Inc., 35¢)
    Details taken from eBay listing.
    • Revealed: The True Horror of Rape as I Lived It · Laura Master · ts
    • Storm the Reds’ Flesh Farm of Horror · Lt. Ron Baker · ts
    • The Incredible Harlot Who Ran the West’s Wildest Rat Pack · Dean W. Ballenger · ts
    • Screaming Virgins for the Nazi Rites of Agony · Bill Ryder · ts



    Man’s Conquest [v4 #6, January 1959] (quarto)
    None of the features is labeled fiction, but it’s plain that several are. The way the text is structured, with inner thoughts revealed, dialogue impossible to be known from “reality” given “verbaitim”, lack of solid details, etc., betrays their origin in the minds of desperate hacks. I’ll give the titles and authors, and perhaps some will be recognizable. Details supplied by Paul Di Filippo.
    • The Paradise on Earth of Brother #12 · Cyrus W. Bell · ts; “First the gals fell for Wilson; then the men fell for the gals. And—quicker than you can say ’Free-Love’—a fantastic cult was born.”
    • Madman of the Islands · Charles Conroy · ts; “With island after island, it was always the same for Mortelmans: the friendly welcome, the passionate native girls—then the senseless slaughter that became the trademark of his schooner and the shame of every ship that sailed the Pacific.”
    • Hunter’s Choice · Everett Rawlings · ts; “I took on Johnston because I liked him: All he wanted was to tell his grandchildren he’d shot a tiger. But he’d never seen blood before—a tiger’s or a man’s—and now it was too late.”
    • The White Shark of Roti · Harry Britt · ts; “When they pulled Phil Jamison out of the Java Sea, he was too weak with shock to remember that the whole deal had smelled of blood from the beginning—too numbed by terror to care that he had accomplished the impossible.”
    • Bordello on Dearborn Row · Henry Durling · ts; “When the cops finally crashed Chicago’s Everleigh Club, they caught High Society at its low-down best.”
    • The Incredible Saga of Sibley Scout · J. S. Qualey · ts; “He had a name that nobody could say right—Graurd. But the smoke of his guns and the daring of his escapades spelled it out for all to see. And before he was through, even the Sioux nation could pronounce it. Here is his true story.”


    Man’s Conquest [v4 #8, March 1959] (quarto)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · Conquest Confidentials · [Various] · ms
    • 8 · Letters to the Editor · [The Readers] · lc
    • 10 · The 100 Wives of Alexander Hare · Anon. · ts
    • 14 · The Truth About Madison Avenue Girls · Anon. · ar
    • 16 · Two for the Cat · Anon. · ts
    • 18 · Return of the “Sexoquacks” · Anon. · ar
    • 22 · Devil’s Choice · Anon. · ts
    • 24 · The Sweet Smell of Death · Anon. · ts
    • 26 · Pity the Poor Photographer · Anon. · pi
    • 30 · Siringo! · Anon. · ts
    • 32 · The Wild One · Anon. · ts
    • 34 · The Incredible Hanging Man · Anon. · pi
    • 36 · Hathaway’s She-Devils of the Sulu Sea · Anon. · ts



    Man’s Conquest [v5 #4, November 1959] (quarto)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · Letters to the Editor · [The Readers] · lc
    • 8 · Conquest Confidentials · [Various] · ms
    • 10 · Covered by Conquest · Anon. · ms
    • 12 · Lord of the Living Flame · Anon. · ts
    • 14 · Brothers to Eagles · Anon. · ts
    • 18 · The Coming of Age of Jeremiah Adkins · Anon. · ts
    • 20 · How You Can Make Hunting Pay Cash · Anon. · ar
    • 22 · Nature Girl · Anon. · pi
    • 28 · Wee Willie Walker’s One-Man War · Anon. · ts
    • 30 · “Get Them Out—or Kill Them!” · Anon. · ts
    • 34 · Target—Men! · Anon. · ar
    • 36 · Unsung Rampage of the Bamboo Battleship · Anon. · ts
    • 40 · Small World · Anon. · ct
    • 42 · Woman of Devil’s Island · Anon. · ts


    Man’s Conquest [v5 #8, April 1960] (quarto)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · Letters to the Editor · [The Readers] · lc
    • 8 · Conquest Confidentials · [Various] · ms
    • 10 · Covered by Conquest · Anon. · ms
    • 12 · They Race for Their Llves! · Jess Stearns · ar; A shocking report on dog racing—a “sport” where second money means a greyhound’s one-way ticket to the slaughterhouse
    • 16 · Bargain in Blood · Ray Anderson · ts; The Jivaro head-hunters called Anderson the “White King” and were willing to ransom his hide—but not his head
    • 18 · The Secret of the Alamo · Jackson Burke · ar; How and why Davy Crockett’s dying words may change a glorious chapter in American history
    • 22 · Escape from the Battalion of the Damned · Karl Oteberg · ts; Sensational, true story of the only French Legionnaire to crash out of the horrible “escape-proof” stockade at Colomb Bechar in Algeria and live to tell the tale
    • 24 · Darlin’ Jill · Anon. · pi; Six full pages of Fay Spain—MC’s girl-of-the-month
    • 30 · Keely’s Amazing Power Machine · Henry Durling · ts; He claimed his invention could power steamships and trains on a pint of water—and proved it!
    • 32 · The Survival of Alfred Jacoby · Don Roscoe · ts; The courageous saga of the one man of 2,000 death-camp inmates who beat the Nazis at their own savage game
    • 36 · Green Ice for a Dead Man · Paul Vestris · ts; Fantastic hunt for a pound of emeralds—$12,000,000 worth—that’s still waiting for the man with guts enough to fight, and maybe kill, to get it
    • 38 · The Day the Macon Died · Lt. Dale E. Basye · ts; The day an era of sky-giants ended
    • 42 · The Cave That Time Forgot · George Connerly · ts; The cave was an open grave; it promised worse than death to those who dared defile it
    • 44 · Mind Your Own Business · Anon. · ms
    • 46 · The Health and Welfare Comfort-Girls of Toli-Toli Island · Roy Elgin · ts; It took World War II’s weirdest hit-and-run raid to knock out the Japs’ “sexy suicide squads”
    • 50 · The Big Kill · Anon. · pi; Desperate Danish fishermen herd killer whales into a trap that turns the sea red with blood


    Man’s Conquest [v9 #3, August 1965] (quarto)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · Conquest Confidentials · [Various] · ms
    • 10 · Letters to the Editor · [The Readers] · lc
    • 12 · Call Girl in the Diplomatic Pouch · Cyrus W. Bell · ts
    • 16 · Vietnam Chopper Ace · Ed Hyde · ts
    • 20 · Summer Campus Sex Carnivals · M. I. Kurtz · ar
    • 22 · “Blow Bordeaux Harbor Off the Map!” · Burke Wilkinson · ts
    • 26 · America’s Stag Film Capital · Mort Yeager · ar
    • 28 · Toughest Cop in the U.S. · S. T. Anthony · ts
    • 30 · Model and Monster Ball · Anon. · pi
    • 34 · Gung-Ho Raider · Kurt Vaughn · ts
    • 38 · Welfare Workers’ Sin Scandal · Jim Arnold · ar
    • 41 · Conquest Close-Ups · Anon. · ms


    Man’s Conquest [v12 #5, October 1968] (quarto)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · Conquest Capers · [Various] · hu
    • 8 · Military Memo · Anon. · ms
    • 10 · Tops in Adventure Reading · Anon. · br
    • 12 · Love-Happy Conman Who Outwitted the Gestapo · Phil Rock · ts
    • 16 · Expose: The Sex Scandal de Gaulle Couldn’t Suppress · Alex Austin · ar
    • 20 · “Bail the Army Out at Brest!” · G. B. Sylvester · ts
    • 24 · Sex for Free—Return of the Teenage V-Doll · Arnold Paulus · ar
    • 26 · Our Readers Go to a Wild Photographers’ Ball · Anon. · pi
    • 32 · Girls, Gold, Glory—The Saga of Bill Young, Scourge of the Pacific · William Strange · ts
    • 34 · Pleasure Cruising · Larry Barth · ms
    • 36 · Inside China: “Kidnap the Reds’ Top Secret Joy-Queen” · Jamie Fletcher · ts





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