May 15, 1941

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Spy Against the Reich

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Scots Wha Ha'e

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CHURCHILL

Spy Against the Reich 2021
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Spy Against the Reich

In which Secret Agent Fenton solves the mystery of the Three Good Monkeys and a woman learns that only country really matters
Scots Wha Ha'e 67
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Scots Wha Ha'e

A hilarious tale of a summerresort blitz in which dog bites surprise, girl gets man and clansman meets his match
CHURCHILL 1617
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CHURCHILL

Churchill paradoxes: A Tory, he came to Cabinet rank as a Liberal; anti-big-navy, on the eve of crisis he became head of Britain's biggest navy
The Judgment of Dan’l Bishop 1415
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The Judgment of Dan’l Bishop

Tom Bishop was a mine hero. This is the story of Tom Bishop’s son who went down to his first day in the pit with terror—and a girl — in his heart
What Will RUSSIA Do 1213
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What Will RUSSIA Do

Stalin’s supreme motive is fear of Germany; but Stalin will not aid Hitler against Britain further than maintaining his own immunity against German attack, says
War Boom in Ottawa 1819
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War Boom in Ottawa

Civil service rolls up 65 per cent; houses, hotels, offices, trains, crammed to overflowing! Ottawa is enjoying—or suffering—a veritable war-born boom
Destroyer Patrol 1011
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Destroyer Patrol

A vivid picture of wartime life at sea aboard "the spearhead of the fleet"
Backstage at Ottawa 1011
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Backstage at Ottawa

HERE ARE a few memorable, historic things that the newspapers haven’t yet told about that already famous “Hyde Park Agreement”: President Roosevelt literally allowed Canada to “write its own ticket.” Actually, the statement put out by the President and Prime Minister on the Sunday night of April 20 was penned by Minister of Munitions C. D. Howe and Dr. Clifford Clark, Deputy Minister of Finance.
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1617
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

The Mystery of Prince Paul
Bulb Business 2425
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Bulb Business

With foreign supplies cut off by the war, bulb growing in British Columbia is flourishing as never before
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