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... will be heard at the polls. For twenty-five years he served there as an army officer, but not until he s became a Civil Liaison and Resettlement Officer in close contact with village life did he realize his ignor- s ance of affairs. Then he set out to try ...

FIGHTING the BATTLE of BLOOMSBURY: The Trials and Tribulations of Press Censorship Told by Francis Williams; ..

... BEFORE U.N.O. Dr. Marka Cyzow, who has arrived in London to put before the United Nations the claims of the Lusatian Serbs for recognition of their status and for the right to unite either with their Polish or Czechoslovakian neighbours. The Lusa tian Serbs ...

Published: Saturday 02 February 1946
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1682 | Page: 30 | Tags: Photographs  Review 

TROTTIE TRUE: THE GAY EDWARDIAN: Caryl Brahms and S. J. Simon Produce Another Delightful Story in Their ..

... terse, monosyllabic manner which can be made to convey such a force of emotion. Several of the stories concern the Spanish Civil War, of which the author had first-hand news, since she was there as a reporter. These are the best in the volume, although ...

Published: Saturday 21 December 1946
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1296 | Page: 32 | Tags: Photographs  Review 

ELIZABETH BOWEN reviewing BOOKS: Leading Lady

... War II. The E.N.S.A. tours of Britain, before D-Day, were no picnic but were nothin to what was to come when the E.N.S.A. units followed our armies across the Channel. Then: last passages of A Star Danced make exciting, triumphant reading shot and shell ...

Published: Wednesday 29 May 1946
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2112 | Page: 24, 25 | Tags: Photographs  Review 

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... unruly living and Hvincr Vif* Viae ptrpr -nlav- o' Jr boy and the bSte noir, the defamer and i the defender of Russian civilization and its most undaunted warrior. Knowing both the Don and Kuban country, he is S able to give an impressive account of ...

THE FANCIES OF MR. FADIMAN

... point, for instance, that no one reviewer, nor even a chorus of them, can make a book popular, whereas the President of the United States or the Prime Minister of Great Britain have demonstratedly managed to do so. He finds it a minor trait in the American ...

Published: Saturday 05 October 1946
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1581 | Page: 30 | Tags: Illustrations  Review