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Let Us Talk Of The English Counties: Their Own Customs, Characteristics, Traditions and Food

... in the, last war, just Canada. But after a year or so, their flashes began to have provincial units on them, some of them almost forgotten militia units of before the last war. Yes, let the English counties which have given so much to the world in the ...

WAY OF THE WAR: Grim

... have been searching for a qu ck victory. But the watchfulness of the Royal .ir Force, and the co-ordination achieved with the United States air forces, proved impregnable.! If the Germans felt that such an attack was necessary for other reasons than a propaganda ...

WAY OF THE WAR: Crisis

... position of General Eisenhower is not affected by the recent reverse. He has done Director of Civil Affairs Major-General S. W. Kirby I O.B.E. M.C., is Director of Civil Affairs. His job is the military administration of liberated territories and occupied countries ...

NEW TYPES OF ALLIED AIRCRAFT: And New Pictures Showing Developments in the War by Air Throughout the World

... WHICH WILL BE USED ON THE ENGLAND-AUSTRALIA AIR ROUTE-- an impression of the Lancastrian on the ground. This new plane is the civil version of the famous Lancaster bomber; it is soon to begin its flights on the Australian mail and passenger service, and is ...

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... A guard of honour was provided by the R.A.F. Regiment VENEZUELA JOINS THE UNITED NATIONS A scene in Washington. Becoming the forty-first signer of the Declaration of the United Nations, Dr. Diogenes Escalante, Ambassador of Venezuela, is shown (on left) ...

WAY OF THE WAR: Renown

... have failed as a House of Com mons man, where Sir John Anderson, another former Civil Servant, has succeeded. Sir James Grigg was always known as the most efficient Civil Servant in Whitehall, con scientious and outspoken whenever necessary in advising ...

Post War: What Will Be Our Way of Life in England?

... control over 80 per cent of all the manufacturing industries in the United States. Wall Street has even entered the field of farming on the mass-production basis. If a man gets up in the United States Senate and begins to call attention to all that, every gun ...

Published: Sunday 01 April 1945
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2016 | Page: 15, 58, 60 | Tags: Illustrations 

American Ambassador: The Technical Sergeant Cultivates Goodwill and Understanding

... Shapiro was a dark, tough-looking fellow roughly five and a half feet tall, three feet wide and two feet thick. Though in civil life no more than a section boss for a con struction company, he was in his special way an artist, such was his skill in handling ...

Published: Sunday 01 April 1945
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 4892 | Page: 19, 20, 21, 69, 70 | Tags: Illustrations 

WAY OF THE WAR: Smashing

... armed forces on land, sea and in the air. His sudden death sent a shudder throughout the civilized world. It re-echoed in many a humble heart here as well as in the United States, in China and in Soviet Russia. His departure meant the end of a triumvirate ...

WAY OF THE WAR: Horrors

... this back ground that we must try and find the perspec tive to meet a human situation which faces us in these years when civilization is on trial. There is a lesson to be learned. Courageous Tt says much for the strength of Britain's parliamentary institutions ...

MOTLEY NOTES: O.D.T.A.A

... Minister in Dublin last evening to express his condolence on Hitler's death. I hope this item will be widely read in the United States. Some may put forward the- excuse that this was merely a routine international courtesy. There surely are times when ...

WAY OF THE WAR: Trouble

... have been caused by problems nearer home. Even so, it is difficult to imagine what benefit he can derive by an tagonizing the United States and Britain, not to mention Soviet Russia, for nursing a grievance which has so little substance in fact can only serve ...