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A BILLION MEALS FOR THE CHILDREN: Some of the More Solid Achievements of the United Nations

... the continuation at Lake Success of the adjourned regular session of the United Nations which failed to finish in Paris last December. To the man in the street the words United Nations generally conjures up images of Russian and American delegates shouting ...

The Bystander Bookshelf: Civil Commotion

... The Bystander Bookshelf Civil Commotion By V. S. Pritchett HERE are two books about the English Civil War, and which followed the war into two very different kinds of family life. Miss Phyllis Bentley's Yorkshire weavers in Take Courage (Gollancz; 9s ...

CIVIL WAR IN MANCHURIA

... greatest seriousness, connoting a resumption of the long-drawn-out civil war and, needless to say, the complete breakdown of the negotiations in Chungking for the creation of a united China. After their victory at Changchun and their occupation of Harbin ...

Published: Saturday 11 May 1946
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 436 | Page: 9 | Tags: Graphic  Illustrations 

PICTORIAL POLITICS: Will there be Civil War--in the Conservative Ranks?; A Futile Election

... PICTORIAL POLITICS Will tilheff3 Be Civil Waff3-- Sim the Coimgeirvailfiv Ramtl&s 2 A Futile Election. BY the time these lines are read the election will be practically over, and very futile and unmeaning has been the response of the people to the grave ...

Published: Wednesday 21 December 1910
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 530 | Page: 10 | Tags: Illustrations 

STRIDES IN CIVIL AVIATION: The London Airport Receives Its First Passengers: The Miles Marathon Prototype Tests

... to the Ministry of Supply, be unusual passenger and freight capacity. The Marathon powered by pure jet or airscrew turbine units, and one has a maximum still-air range of 1,000 miles, and an of these machines will be the Miles Marathon (Brabazon economical ...

CIVIL STRIFE IN PERSIA

... Mohamed Nasser Khan, had agreed to a truce with the Central Government at Teheran. Thus came to an end the first round of the civil conflict which had broken out in Western and South-Westem Persia, and which aims at gaining a large measure of autonomy for ...

The Civilized Eskimo

... ALTHOUGH THE RIFLE IS NOW USED FOR HUNTING BY MANY ESKIMOS THE HARPOON IS STILL A USEFUL WEAPON The Civilized Eskimo Continued from page 25) civilization sufficiently to apply to the Supreme Court in Alberta for a legal severance of her marriage ties. The ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1951
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2527 | Page: 27, 61, 62 | Tags: Illustrations 

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 ...

CIVIL WAR IN RUSSIA: THE DECLINE TOWARDS CHAOS

... CIVIL WAR IN RUSSIA: THi decline towards chaos Drawn by John Wladimiroff, Petrograd. Copyrighted in the United States and Canada. The so-called Russian Government has adopted a new flag, red in colour, with the legend Federal Republic of the Soviets ...

Published: Saturday 20 April 1918
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 130 | Page: 16, 17 | Tags: Graphic  Illustrations 

CIVIL WAR IN RUSSIA: THE DECLINE TOWARDS CHAOS

... CIVIL WAR IN RUSSIA: THi decline towards chaos Drawn by John Wladimiroff, Petrograd. Copyrighted in the United States and Canada. The so-called Russian Government has adopted a new flag, red in colour, with the legend Federal Republic of the Soviets ...

Published: Saturday 20 April 1918
Newspaper: Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 130 | Page: 16, 17 | Tags: Graphic  Illustrations 

A LITERARY LETTER: The Reform of the Civil Service

... worth he made a great fortune after leaving the Civil Service, and is, in my judgment, one of the ablest business men in this country at the present moment. It is from men who have had experience of the Civil Service, not from dilettante professors and students ...

Published: Saturday 08 September 1917
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2054 | Page: 22 | Tags: Illustrations 

What Are We Out For?: THE WAR, THE WAR OFFICE, AND THE CIVIL VOLUNTEER

... joined a Civil Volunteer Corps, and is familiar with drill and a fair rifle-shot. Is at least as pro ficient now as were a large proportion of Territorials on the outbreak of war, and has a belief that he and his hundreds of thousands of fellow Civil Volunteers ...

Published: Wednesday 13 January 1915
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1588 | Page: 12, 14 | Tags: Illustrations