July 15, 1941

GENERAL ARTICLES

Carnival King

FICTION

Turn Back the Clock

GENERAL ARTICLES

The Quint Question

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GENERAL ARTICLES

Carnival King

He runs a circus factory in Brantford. He runs a 45-car special train. He ran a few kewpie dolls into Canada's biggest carnival show
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FICTION

Turn Back the Clock

The impossible seems to be coming true—fifteen years drop from Ransom Peters like a cloak! But can he escape the fate of Dr. Murlain's other patients?
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GENERAL ARTICLES

The Quint Question

Why did the Quints refuse to speak English on the air? Here’s the lowdown on the strike at Callander
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FICTION

Emergency Break

Jeff's tourist camp looked like a sure flop till Marian's heart got the jump on her head— then love and business both took an upswing
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FICTION

The Affair of the SCARLET BAND

In which Dr. Augustus Vane solves the mystery of the bombing of the secret airdrome at Bramble Nasing
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GENERAL ARTICLES

BEHIND THE WALL

From behind the wall of silence around conquered Poland an eyewitness of the Nazi terror comes to tell of the new Dark Age whose slogan is "exterminate"
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LONDON LETTER

The New Opposition
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GENERAL ARTICLES

Backstage at Ottawa

ODDEST of the changes that have come in Ottawa these past weeks is a change in Prime Minister King. He has taken on a new war vigor. His speeches have a new ring. First signs of this transformation, at first a hit startling, came following the visit to Ottawa of Australia’s dynamic Mr. Menzies. Mr. King sat in obvious discomfort at the Ottawa Canadian Club while Menzies’ ringing “all out” war speech drew thunderous cheers.
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HUMOR

Parade

IF YOU should chance to pop over to the town of Mayo, in Yukon Territory for a week end you would probably be more than a bit astonished to find an overwhelming proportion of the citizenry wearing long hair and bushy beards in thoroughgoing old-time frontiersman fashion.
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Maclean's Editorials

The Facts to Face Are Those of 1941

AS THIS issue of Maclean's goes to press, no available information indicates how successful Russia will be in resisting the invading German armies. Much will depend upon the efficiency of the Russian equipment and the strategy of the Soviet command.
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