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Volume 2 - No. 25 - February 23, 1940

The Cheerful Civilian

Feb1940

The Cheerful Civilian

Should a bomb drop upon my Civil head It kills no Soldier. Why then, let it chance! At least I'll smile to think, when I am dead, It might have killed ten men "somewhere in France". I should tak

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Canada's Wartime Governor Passes

Feb1940

Canada's Wartime Governor Passes

It often happens that when a famous man is raised to the peerage and takes a title other than his surname, his previous work and identity are lost in his new honour. That will not be the case with Joh

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Mannerheim's Line Still Holds
  • Vengeance of Baffled Aggression on Finnish Towns
  • There is a Brotherhood of the Air in France
  • War Waits, but the Human Touch is There
  • Do the Neutrals Want Us to Win - or Germany?
  • The Empire's Growing Service in Freedom's Cause
  • It Has 'No Parallel in the World's History'
  • We've Got the Ships, We've Got the Boys
  • Why U-Boats Fear France's Little Ships
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Things You May Have Forgotten
  • How to Recognize British Aeroplanes in Flight
  • The King Saw this Wonder Aircraft in Flight
  • Spade and Plough Speed Tomorrow's Victory
  • 'Where Are Our Marching Songs?'
  • Indians in Britain Rally to the Colours
  • I Was There! - Our Officer Raced to Certain Death
  • I Was There! - Our Shipmates Went Mad and Died
  • I Was There! - We Were Helpless in the Rough Seas
  • Heart and Brains of London's Vast A.R.P.
  • Taking the King's Shilling - 1940 Fashion
  • Our Diary of the War
  • The Cheerful Civilian
  • Canada's Wartime Governor Passes
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me