November 15, 1940

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Salute to Youth

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For Susie Was Ambitious

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El Dorado

Salute to Youth 45
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Salute to Youth

A story of the southern isles, of love and youth and ships and the memories of him they called Old Ironface
For Susie Was Ambitious 1011
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For Susie Was Ambitious

A very little girl invades a very big city and learns that all is not gold that jitters
El Dorado 1617
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El Dorado

Against the sun-flamed background of age-old mountains that together they had known and loved, two wanderers at last discover the real El Dorado
Man -Made Miracle 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

Man -Made Miracle

The amazing story of plastics — those startling new materials created by the witch doctors of modern industry
How to Win and What Then? 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

How to Win and What Then?

To try to win this war by head-on assault against an intact Germany would be madness—But we can win, and win in two years, by first using these weapons: Blockade, Air Bombing and Propaganda Douglas Reed
How Do We Pay for War? 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

How Do We Pay for War?

We work three months a year to pay a year's war bill and another three to pay government costs
The Boys From Down Under 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Boys From Down Under

Meet the sun-browned lads from the land of the Southern Cross, who today fly wing to wing with other Empire pilots in Canadian shies
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

"That Decent and Dauntless Race"
Treasure from the Humble 2223
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Treasure from the Humble

Across the years, echoing that Paris of a happier day, came a treasure born of friendship
Roll Out the Barrel 5455
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Roll Out the Barrel

THE PRIZE goes to apples as the world’s best all-round fruit. For our pleasure and profit we drink the delicious juice, to our vast enjoyment we pick the biggest, juiciest beauty in the basket and sink our teeth into it, to our own and our table’s advantage we serve them cooked—in pies and puddings, in pickles, stuffings and garnishes to accompany the meat course and as an ingredient in savory or dessert combinations.
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