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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 ...

AIR EDDIES: Publish

... surrepti- tiously. But unlike filthy post-cards, they have not that absorbing human interest which ensures a wide circulation. The United States Army Air Forces have something to teach us here. 1 Hey J publish a magazine which is widely and openly circulated. ...

Published: Wednesday 03 January 1945
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 987 | Page: 32 | Tags: Photographs 

PICTURES from MANY QUARTERS: Showing War Activities in All Parts of the Globe

... civilian authorities have already beer appointed, and the Norwegians from England and those on the home front are already united. Here Colonel Dahl is beinj S greeted by the newly-appointed Mayor of Kirkenes, Herr Dolvu GENERAL LEESE VISITS LEAVE CENTRES ...

Published: Saturday 06 January 1945
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 871 | Page: 22, 23 | Tags: Graphic  Photographs 

THE FIRST BOOKS FOR 1945

... the position of the United States in the shape of things to come. U.S. WAR AIMS (Hamish Hamilton. 7s. 6d.) is hard to crystallise in content in so small a space, but, over-briefly, it might be summed-up as urging that the United States should reverse ...

Published: Saturday 06 January 1945
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1744 | Page: 30 | Tags: Photographs  Review 

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 ...

AIR EDDIES: Sorry

... day we shall learn what they are. But it is a pity it falls into the common error of supposing that a bomber converted for civil use has an advantage in speed over the transport aircraft. The truth is, of course, that the bomber is under the unfortunate ...

Published: Wednesday 17 January 1945
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1022 | Page: 32 | Tags: Photographs 

WHEN THE GENERAL ELECTION COMES (3): The Aims of the Labour Party, and the Policies which They will Present; to ..

... the Conservatives feel must be the case. Here are some of the resolutions passed last month The immediate formulation by the United Nations of an educational programme to be carried out after the cessation of hostilities in Germany and her allied countries ...

Published: Saturday 27 January 1945
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1780 | Page: 26 | Tags: Photographs 

The Job

... latest war equipment and weapons, is obsolete. Our highway system, coal mining technique, city lay-outs, public lighting, civil airports, most of our industrial machines, and some qf our industrial methods. Replacement and reconstruction alone make a ...

Published: Thursday 01 February 1945
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2266 | Page: 15, 53, 54 | Tags: Photographs 

The Condition Of England

... the nation must budget for man rather than for business is a social landmark. An immense advance in civilized life. Make no mistake about that in the United States there are any number of old, out-of-date men to whom the name Beveridge spells the end of ...

Published: Thursday 01 February 1945
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2231 | Page: 16, 17, 53 | Tags: Photographs 

AIR EDDIES: Engine Size

... proposed other systems with points of special advantage. But it motor car industry had learnt the lesson that it must unite or die. It chose unite and to put forward unanimously (I use that word in the slightly watera down democratic sense) the view that tax ...

Published: Wednesday 07 February 1945
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 937 | Page: 32 | Tags: Photographs 

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 ...