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WAY OF THE WAR: Civil War?

... possibility of history repeating itself. In the first World War civil strife swept Ireland. In the second war there is every prospect, unless there is firm government and strong leadership, that civil strife on a vaster scale and in a more vital part of the ...

Behind he Scenes of UNRRA: United Nations Rcflicf; and Rehabilitation Administration at Work

... Behind he Scenes of UNRRA United Nations Rcflicf and Rehabilitation Administration at Work i THE UNITED NATIONS RELIEF AND REHABILI TATION ADMINISTRATION, commonly known as UNRRA, came into being nearly a year ago, at the Atlantic City, N.J., Meeting ...

Published: Wednesday 11 October 1944
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 725 | Page: 18, 19 | Tags: Graphic  Photographs 

FIGHTING UNITS: No. 17

... FIGHTING UNITS No. 17 R.A.F. DOCTOR-MEN SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND BY MEL To get into the R.A.F. you have to be a good deal more than fighting fit, and once you are in they take pretty good care to keep you so, even under the rigorous conditions active service ...

Published: Wednesday 31 January 1940
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 179 | Page: 17 | Tags: Cartoons  Graphic 

HER SOCIAL JOURNAL

... Association has the active co-operation of Regimental Associations, of S.S.A.F.A., the W.V.S., the British Red Cross and Civil Resettlement Units. Members of the com mittee include many ex-prisoners of war, in cluding Lord Ellesmere, Lord Lascelles, and the Master ...

Published: Wednesday 10 April 1946
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1527 | Page: 12, 13 | Tags: none

THE PRESENTS THAT MAKE ST. JAMES'S A TREASERT

... Association, was made for the Duke of Clarence, afterwards William IV. The silver at the top includes two large salvers from the Civil and Foreign Services, while that below is a dinner service from the people of Gibraltar This array of presents is dominated ...

Published: Wednesday 03 December 1947
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 259 | Page: 24, 25 | Tags: Graphic  Photographs 

HER SOCIAL JOURNAL

... which was organised by Miss Rose mary Buller in aid of that very deserving cause St. Loyes College for the training and resettlement of the disabled. The Ball certainly lived up to its name, with vases of mixed flowers everywhere. These had been quite ...

Published: Wednesday 26 November 1947
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2533 | Page: 12, 13 | Tags: Photographs 

WAY OF THE WAR

... returning home Mrs. Roosevelt is expected to pay a farewell call on the King and Queen. It had been her intention to return to the United States before this, but they were most pressing that she should visit them again. They wanted to hear from Mrs. Roosevelt ...

WAY OF THE WAR: Revelation

... Trades Union Congress's challenge to th Government on the Question of the affilia ion of Civil Servants' unions is disturbing. Under the Trades Disputes Act, Civil Servants are allowed to organise their union but they are strictly forbidden to affiliate ...

AIR EDDIES: Perplexia

... increase output. They are immediately opposed by the rubber civil servant, a creature specially designed to absorb the momentum of energetic industrialists. They repeatedly bounce off the rubber civil servant, and after a time they develop the aforesaid symptoms ...

Published: Wednesday 04 March 1942
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 989 | Page: 32 | Tags: none

AIR EDDIES: Prestige and Private Flying

... those of the Interim Council of the Provisional International Civil Aviation Organization (P.I.G.A.O.). But neither the activities of I.C. A.N. nor of P.I.C.A.O. will really do much to put civil aviation on its feet. Much more effective would be the production ...

Published: Wednesday 05 September 1945
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 975 | Page: 32 | Tags: Photographs 

on FLYING

... Spain from the Inter national Civil Aviation Organization a step taken at the instigation of the United States and Britain I cannot endorse it. Aviation in its larger activities really must shake itself loose from politics. Civil aviation ought not to concern ...

Published: Wednesday 21 May 1947
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 930 | Page: 32 | Tags: Photographs