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WAY OF THE WAR

... John Anderson we have a man who started in the Civil Service and gradually worked through one department after another until he reached an eminence in the Home Office (after having served in Dublin in the civil war in a highly responsible and risky official ...

Standing By...: One Thing and Another

... (according to the Colonel of a Canadian regiment) called on the only unit in Van couver which was not recruit ing. demanded a commission forthwith, and then headed South, keeping away from units which were looking for men. This shows a spirit of goodwill and ...

Published: Wednesday 21 August 1940
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1864 | Page: 12, 13 | Tags: Illustrations  Review 

GUIDING an ARMY CONVOY through ENGLISH ROADS

... roads carry the bigger burden, for in addition to the troop- carrying units there are the supply, the bulk petrol, the artillery, the ambulance, the ammunition, and half a dozen other units which will proceed to their destination by road. Naturally, I have ...

Way of the War: Premier's Personal Investigation

... Atlantic. Many of the criticisms to which the Prime Minister is replying in Parliament this week have had their echoes in the United States. So long as the British Purchasing Commission was dealing direct with American industry in placing its orders there ...

Way of the War: Vichy Proves Obstinate

... is clarifying. And it assume, not so much a pro-British tinge as a deep hope that Britain, aided by her dominions and the United States, will succeed in defeating Germany and her satellites. There is, however. I one noticeable and most interesting feature ...

Published: Wednesday 08 January 1941
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2730 | Page: 4, 5, 36 | Tags: Illustrations  Photographs 

A WAR NEWSLETTER--No. XXVI

... . He raids their lockers, steals their tuck, and kicks them in the pants. United (even in moral dis approbation alone) they could check, if not hold him. But they cannot unite, dare not communicate with one another. Each must find his own method of compromise ...

Black Pastures: Hitler having constructed the World's most powerful war engine, must fuel it with Oil Products ..

... his civil list. The struggle between Deutsche Bank men and the financiers back of the Royal Dutch- Shell group was on when Enver Pasha's Young Turks staged their successful revolt and a new nationalist finance ministry took over the Sultan's civil list ...

Women In War

... The W.V.S., the biggest and. most important women's army the Army of Civil Defence is three-quarters of a million strong and is commanded by a dozen women By C. Patrick Thompson of civil defence, three-quarters of a million strong, swelling to a couple of ...

THESE NAMES MADE MOST NEWS IN 1942

... city named after him which will live as long as military history itself. The latter for presiding over the recovery of the United States from Pearl Harbour to Algiers and the Solomons, via Bataan, Midway and the Coral Sea. The other of the Big Four, Chiang ...

Way of the War: Russians Mighty Pleased

... when Mr. Clement Attlee goes to the United States. The Lord Privy Seal, who ranks as Deputy Prime Minister, is going to be Britain's official representative at the International Labour Conference. As a young civil servant, Sir John Anderson used to sit ...