Plague Ship / Who Speaks Of Conquest?

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The Galaxy Had Ordered Their Destruction At Sight

The Galaxy’s Ultimatum: “Earthmen, Go Back”

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Genius

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Is it just me, or is that is a really old-looking space ship for 1948? It looks rather Jules Verne-ish

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Invasion From The Sky

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Operator 5, March-April 1939
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Out of the sky, itself, came the giant airships with the strange armor-plated men who descended upon our eastern seaboard — to hold America in the ruthless grip of the most astounding invasion that the world had ever seen!

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Flight Of The Silver Eagle

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Also includes Elixer Of Doom, The Astounding Exodus, The Judgement Sun, The Invincible Midge, Wanderer of the Void, and A Million Years Ahead

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Brain Stealers Of Mars

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Also includes The Lanson Screen, Brink Of Infinity, and Mutiny On Europa

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The Onslaught From Rigel

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A classic example of the “space bikini”

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The Baroness #3 — Death is a Ruby Light

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It’s America’s sexiest spy against a mad Chinese scientist and half the Red Army.

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