George Armstrong

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'''George Armstrong''' (?-?) was a British magician who was editor of the  [[Wizard]] and [[Magic Wand]] periodicals.   
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'''George Armstrong''' (1900s? - 1960s), stage name of '''W. G. A. Jenkins''', was a British magician who was editor of the  [[Wizard]] and [[Magic Wand]] periodicals.   
 
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== Published ==
 
== Published ==
 
* [[Where Houdini was Wrong]] by [[Maurice Sardina]] (1950) translated by [[Victor Farelli]]
 
* [[Where Houdini was Wrong]] by [[Maurice Sardina]] (1950) translated by [[Victor Farelli]]
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* Goodlifes's Abracadabra, Vol. 1. No. 4, 23th February 1945, "THE MAGIC WAND" CHANGES HANDS, page 4
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* The Linking Ring, Vol. 26, No. 3, May 1946, FOREIGN PUBLICATIONS, page 68
  
 
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Revision as of 09:06, 2 December 2012

George Armstrong (1900s? - 1960s), stage name of W. G. A. Jenkins, was a British magician who was editor of the Wizard and Magic Wand periodicals.

George Armstrong
BornWilliam George Armstrong Jenkins
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U.K.
Died?
NationalityBritish
Flourished1940s-1960s

He also bought Pentagram from Peter Warlock in 1949 and was operator of the Magic Wand Publishing Co.

He announced the end of the Magic Wand in 1960.


Contents

Books

Marketed Tricks

  • George Armstrong's Premonition (1949)
  • Mass Hypnotism

Published

References

  • Goodlifes's Abracadabra, Vol. 1. No. 4, 23th February 1945, "THE MAGIC WAND" CHANGES HANDS, page 4
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 26, No. 3, May 1946, FOREIGN PUBLICATIONS, page 68
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