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The Bystander Bookshelf: Civil Commotion

... The Bystander Bookshelf Civil Commotion By V. S. Pritchett HERE are two books about the English Civil War, and which followed the war into two very different kinds of family life. Miss Phyllis Bentley's Yorkshire weavers in Take Courage (Gollancz; 9s ...

Women in Uniform: No. 12. The Civil Air Guard

... the flying helmet and goggles 12s., the neat, smart forage cap, 3s. On the lej arm is ivorn the blue ensign, denoting a civil unit, over the left brea.t pocket appear the much-prized icings when a member has her A licen Autogyros come into the C.A ...

Published: Wednesday 06 September 1939
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 676 | Page: 32, 33 | Tags: Graphic  Photographs 

Support for Civil Aviation

... be spent on civil aviation is £5,000,000 in round figures, and the result should give us a definite lead in the realm of air commerce if wars and major accidents are excepted. The Air Ministry being primarily a Ser vice department, the civil side has had ...

Published: Wednesday 15 March 1939
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1590 | Page: 46, 48 | Tags: Photographs 

What Are We Out For?: THE WAR, THE WAR OFFICE, AND THE CIVIL VOLUNTEER

... joined a Civil Volunteer Corps, and is familiar with drill and a fair rifle-shot. Is at least as pro ficient now as were a large proportion of Territorials on the outbreak of war, and has a belief that he and his hundreds of thousands of fellow Civil Volunteers ...

Published: Wednesday 13 January 1915
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1588 | Page: 12, 14 | Tags: Illustrations 

POPE & BRADLEY Civil Military & Naval Jailors

... in Paris or New York, has any pretensions to approach their skill. Which is why all the best-dressed men of Europe and the United States come to London to buy their clothes. The entire staff of Pope and Bradley is intelligently qualified, and the salesmen ...

Published: Wednesday 29 June 1927
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 398 | Page: 52 | Tags: Illustrations 

'Tommy Rot and Tommy Rotters

... have so many million mendicants with open palms. What the authorities need to do must be to resettle as many men in their former occupations as can be re-settled to turn as much skilled labour to work as can be got, and if there is any large residue, not ...

Published: Wednesday 16 May 1917
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1072 | Page: 18 | Tags: none

who when & where: Riviera Revelries; PRINCE GEORGE AND THE FOREIGN OFFICE; PERSONALITIES IN THE PADDOCK; ..

... form speaker and debater. A few years ago, when Financial Secretary to the Treasury, he was supporting the resettlement of ex-Service men in the Civil Service (who are not re settled yet!), and made the Socialists who interrupted him look supremely ridiculous ...

BYSTANDER COMMENTS: Fish

... orations on Tower Hill or in Trafalgar Square is really not very inviting The Ever=Present Problem The problem of the re-settlement in civil life of demobilised, officers is still very far from a satisfactory solution, vide passim the agony columns of some ...

UNCLE SAM: MORAL GIANT: MIXED BLOOD AND MIXED MORALS

... Uncle Sam-. Moral Giant' By KIM UNITED STATES citizens are by far and away the most in teresting people in the world to-day. That is because they are unstable, and anything un stable rivets the eyes of all beholders upon itself in self-defence! The ...

British Air-Liners: The Cadman Report and the Future

... who has to decide between the military and civil sides of his business. On the other hand, civil aircraft development may stimulate competition in design that may be reflected in enhanced perform ance of civil and military aeroplanes, while, on the analogy ...

Published: Wednesday 04 May 1938
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1681 | Page: 48, 50 | Tags: Photographs 

WHO, WHEN & WHERE

... the eyes of the law. The civil contract alone is recog nised as binding, and unless couples go through the civil ceremony before the viaire or the Sindaco they are not married at all. One wonders, therefore, whether a second civil marriage will have to be ...

Published: Wednesday 10 November 1926
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 3741 | Page: 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 | Tags: Illustrations  Photographs 

An Appeal for the Establishment of Aerodromes and Landing Grounds

... columns from time to time. Government-owned Civil Stations Available for Public Use at which Accommodation Exists Croydon Lympne (Folkestone) Renfrew (Glasgow) Government-owned Stations Available for Civil Machines in Emergency Only Aldergrove Felixstowe ...

Published: Wednesday 18 April 1928
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 932 | Page: 60, 62 | Tags: none