December 15, 1941

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Madame Parasol

GENERAL ARTICLES

Beat Hitler At His Own Game

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SNEAK PREVIEW

Madame Parasol 45
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Madame Parasol

Hers was a heritage of freedom that roused simple peasants to defy the masters who had enslaved their land
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GENERAL ARTICLES

Beat Hitler At His Own Game

VICTORY can only be won by the destruction of the enemy’s military force and the occupation of his territory. That has been the first rule of war since the beginning of military history. It is still the first rule. More than a hundred years ago one of the greatest of military writers said something which needs repeating today.
SNEAK PREVIEW 1819
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SNEAK PREVIEW

Jostling thousands jam a theatre. Fear and hope fill a dozen hearts.
Merry Christmas, McKane! 1415
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Merry Christmas, McKane!

A spot of lusty Yuletide drollery concerning one Danny O'Malley and the pal of his bosom, Michael McKane
The GIVER 1011
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The GIVER

Hibbs Pivonka, hauler of high-class rubbish, brings shantytown a personal appearance by old Saint Nick
200,000 Paul Reveres 1617
GENERAL ARTICLES

200,000 Paul Reveres

How farmers’ wives and village clerks stand airraid watch for Uncle Sam across eleven states
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

The Mind of the German Soldier
Li'l Henry 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

Li'l Henry

Meet Henry Brant. He left Montreal for New York and shunned orthodox music to compose concertos for tin whistles and alarm clocks
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HUMOR

Parade

WHEN some persons unknown cracked the safe in Ray’s Market, Columbia Street, New Westminster, they first prepared a reasonable facsimile of the front of the safe, then used the cardboard camouflage as a screen, working behind it, and stealing $3,000 in cash—a tidy haul.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME

By Request

COME December and Christmas just ’round the corner, housekeepers are in for a stirring time. If the cake and pudding are not already on the shelves they’re on the conscience—and it seems that a good many are of uneasy mind. Unlike other years the Christmas baking has to be fitted in between your wartime activities, but the calendar warns you that you can’t put it off any longer.
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