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Civil Aviation Grounded

... Civil Aviation Grounded WHAT is happening to British commercial avia ti on? BEFORE the war it ranked as a major national industry —an essential part of our overseas trade and prestige. Britain had services to the East and the Antipodes, Africa and America ...

Published: Saturday 02 March 1940
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 514 | Page: 17 | Tags: none

NO CIVIL AIR WAR

... NO CIVIL AIR WAR .0 outcome of the world war can be more Certainly predicted than a vast and world-wide expansion of civil aviation. with peace, we shall enter upon he real air age; we shall see the aeroplane onverted from an engine of destruction into ...

Published: Saturday 13 November 1943
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 2082 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

Wing-Commander Sir ERIC HODSOLL, _ Inspector-General, Civil Defence

... Wing-Commander Sir ERIC HODSOLL, _ Inspector-General, Civil Defence DEAR WINGco,—I don't know what ideas, official or otherwise, are behind your belief that the A.R.P. organisation will be kept in being after the war. You think it might be continued ...

Published: Saturday 24 June 1944
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 153 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

:RSAL ENEMY

... again, culminating in war. It was to rescue the world from this fate that the United Nations fought Hitler and conquered him. And, having conquered him, their purpose is to resettle Europe on the basis of Freedom, Democracy, and Justice. That basis will-be ...

Published: Saturday 26 May 1945
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 419 | Page: 9 | Tags: none

Japan Must Parish

... concern as the United States or ourselves. She is an Asiatic Power, and a Japanese hegemony of the Pacific 'would be fatal -to her legitimate interests in the Far East. After the elimination of aCrMallY nothing more essential to the resettlement of the world ...

Published: Saturday 10 February 1945
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 225 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

IRTER

... for settlement now is the attitude which the United Nations are to adopt towards the Nazi virus outside Germany. It. is raised by the action of Russia in refusing to be represented at the conference on civil aviation on the ground that Switzerland, Spain ...

Published: Saturday 11 November 1944
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 974 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

Weapons for Wardens

... Wardens _ However, while some local councils are still giving consideration to suggestions for fusing Civil Defence with the Home Guard, other units have acted on their own initiative. In one district on the outskirts of London, for example, the Home ...

Published: Saturday 18 April 1942
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 52 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Money Must Be Spent

... peasants, with their two or three acres of land, must learn to pool it and to work cooperatively in larger and more economic units. Many officials find this hard to swallow; it savours too much of Russian collectivism for their laissez-faire likings, and ...

Published: Saturday 29 December 1945
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 436 | Page: 19 | Tags: none

Unpleasant Shock

... the Nazi civil defence organisation is only now coming into being. Goering's boasts that no British aircraft would reach Germany had lulled many people into safety. Local authorities, short of man-power, were reluctant to maintain a large civil defence ...

Published: Saturday 30 May 1942
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 117 | Page: 9 | Tags: none

Inhuman Authorities

... subsidising all hospitals, some effort should be made to enrol nurses as Civil Servants, offering them fair wages, good hours and adeauate food. They are far more necessary than many other Civil Servants, and they should be honoured for their great work of mercy ...

Published: Saturday 08 March 1941
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 154 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

Nearer Home

... such organisations as the United Nations Relief Association and the Food Committee set up after the Hot Springs Conference. says Sir Stafford. And he adds that it looks as if problems of finance and commodity control and civil aviation might be dealt with ...

Published: Saturday 06 November 1943
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 101 | Page: 3 | Tags: none