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WAY OF THE WAR: Hitler's Dilemma

... S. Secretary of Agriculture United Nations' Commanders at Admiral Darlan's Funeral The funeral service for Admiral Darlan took place at the Cathedralof Algiers. It was attended by high officers of the allied forces and civil administration in French Africa ...

AIR EDDIES: Enormousness

... fresh fields to conquer. I would like to see it controlling the whole of air defence, including the anti-aircraft guns and the civil defence services. I would like to see it reaching out for these additional activities, and establishing its claim to them. ...

Published: Wednesday 06 January 1943
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 926 | Page: 30 | Tags: Photographs 

THE HOME GUARD MAN THE A.-A. BATTERIES

... Guards for compulsory enrol ment in Ack-Ack units where these demands con flicted with those of the Home Forces. On June 26, then, men enrolled under the voluntary method, and also were directed to anti aircraft units by the Ministry of Labour. Bristol. Sheffield ...

Published: Saturday 16 January 1943
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1434 | Page: 26 | Tags: Photographs 

MYSELF AT THE PICTURES: Three Films

... bounce. World, I come says the American marine in Wake Island (Plaza) on leaving the service and pro posing to go back to civil life. But he does nothing of the kind, since Japan chooses that very moment to bomb Pearl Harbour. T found this film extra ...

Published: Wednesday 20 January 1943
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1294 | Page: 6 | Tags: Photographs 

The Future of the Airfields

... are to preserve our country. It follows that much of this aerodrome space will be kept as military aerodromes. But when the United States Army Air Force returns to its own country, the demand for aerodrome space will immediately fall and presumably the ...

CINEMA CAMEOS. By C. A. LEJEUNE

... sets about organising his resources. Civil construction engineers dig pits and slit trenches Air-raid drills are made com- pulsory. A special J apanes envoy, on his way to Washing ton, is welcomed with a sceptics civility. But the defence plans continue. ...

The CARE of the WOUNDED

... men receive treatment, The equipment of the field hospitals is marvellously complete, and housed in tents so that the entire unit is completely mobile. With its own power- station and operating-theatre, it often works so near the front line that some- limes ...

The MYSTERY of the LUFTWAFFE

... Versailles. It was actually in the middle 1920's that the Deutsche Verhehrsflieger Schule was set up, osten sibly to train civil pilots. The Hitler Youth became sport-flyers and glider enthusiasts, and from 1927 to 1934 secret military flying schools existed ...

AIR EDDIES: Shadow Work

... being ordered about by any of the Ministries. It is the great poultice for war sores, and it not only holds the official and civil servant at ba}r, but it also soothes the individual, who is treated. The larger demands of war suggest that there should be ...

Published: Wednesday 03 February 1943
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 907 | Page: 28 | Tags: Photographs 

Graphic

... attended a recent Investiture at Buckingham Palace to receive the insignia of a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (Civil Division). Last July Lady Louis succeeded the late Mrs. St. John Atkinson as Superintendent-in-Chief of the St. John Ambulance ...

Published: Wednesday 10 February 1943
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 139 | Page: 3 | Tags: Graphic  Photographs 

WAY OF THE WAR: German Retreat

... destroyed, or the pursuits of civil life suspended as lone as there was a man left in Prussia, that man might carry a musket; as long as there was a horse left, that horse might draw artillery. The coin was debased, the civil functionaries were left unpaid; ...