IN THE last few days a number of letters have reached me from readers of Maclean's asking if I would tell them what is really happening in this strangest of all wars. The writers are generous enough to thank me for the pictures I have been able to give them of wartime Britain, but they would like to know what is going on deep down in the earth.By Beverley Baxter12 min
ON JANUARY 25, the Dominion Parliament will again be in session. The Government will give an accounting of its war activities to date, and from recent speeches by Doctor Manion and others it is evident that the Opposition will not be deterred from vigorous criticism where criticism is felt to be due.
IN THE process of gathering material for the second installment of “Canada’s Fighting Forces,” presented on page seven of this issue, Frederick Edwards and a photographer strolled into a camp mess hall just as several hundred soldiers were sitting down to their midday meal.
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