June 15, 1941

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Spy Against the Reich

Fiction

Cross Section

Fiction

SIDE SHOW

Spy Against the Reich 2021
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Spy Against the Reich

A sullen mounting glow over the heart of Berlin's industrial section tells of a dangerous mission ended and a job well done
Cross Section 67
Fiction

Cross Section

There was tragedy, comedy, romance, among that cross section of humanity concentrated within the crucible of an air-raid shelter
SIDE SHOW 1415
Fiction

SIDE SHOW

Big Joe Dowd was finished, fed up, the jibes and boos of hostile crowds dinning in his ears. It took a girl to show him that what was worth having was worth fighting for
Churchil 1617
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Churchil

oil fuel, avaton, tanks -Churchill's "follies" :Of yesteryear are the prime essentials of war today
Why a Census? 1213
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Why a Census?

Here are the reasons why Canada’s national stock-taking is considered a wartime essential
IRAQ-Key to Asia 1011

IRAQ-Key to Asia

IRAQ is far more than a giant reservoir of oil. It is Turkey's back door, leading directly by the AnkaraAleppo-Bagdad Railway to the Persian Gulf and unlimited Indian supplies. It is the most important stage of our own land route from the Mediterranean front to the docks, warehouses and arsenals of the East.
The Battle of Brains 1819
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The Battle of Brains

Canada's men of science are protecting our armed forces, perfecting new weapons, beating enemy ingenuity — A glimpse of the National Research Council's war work
LONDON LETTER 1213

LONDON LETTER

The Case of Rudolf Hess
Hot Weather Desserts 5051

Hot Weather Desserts

THE SAME degree of temperature in our food would be about as monotonous as identical flavors, textures and color effects. We like a bit of variety in all these respects and our idea of a good meal is a well planned combination of bland and piquant, firm and “squashy,” pastel and brilliant, hot and cold.
Parade 5657
Humor

Parade

THEY may have taken some of the romance out of the Royal North West Mounted Police when the force was nationalized, motorized, and generally made over into the Royal Canadian Mounted Police; but the grim determination manifested by the honored axiom, “They always get their man,” remains a tradition of the Mounties, make no mistake about that.
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