April 1, 1942

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Toast to Tomorrow

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Bugles, Blow for These

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A Bird Out of Hand

Toast to Tomorrow 1819
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Toast to Tomorrow

Trailed and spied upon, Klaus Lehmann makes a daring play to destroy the evidence that would put him at Goebbels' mercy
Bugles, Blow for These 89
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Bugles, Blow for These

A moving story of young love against a backdrop of battle in the sky and the heroism of London Town
A Bird Out of Hand 1415
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A Bird Out of Hand

"We'll play my way," she insisted—then learned that love, like badminton, has but one set of rules
Paul Bunyan on Wheels 1617
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Paul Bunyan on Wheels

Ontario's lumber industry is streamlined for war, but it's the Buck Beaver's loading gangs who keep the logs tumbling from the skidways
RUBBEK CRISIS 67
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RUBBEK CRISIS

"This is not a shortage. It is not a bottleneck. .... It is a famine"
GIBRALTAR 1011
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GIBRALTAR

Close-up of Britain’s famous fortress. Franco wants it and Hitler may try to take it
Rough-and-Tumble 45
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Rough-and-Tumble

Britain's paratroops have proved they can hand it out as well as take it— Here's the story of how they get that way
Beverly Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1213
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Beverly Baxter's LONDON LETTER

Too Much "Second Best"?
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

OTTAWA’S biggest events are in the Cabinet upheavals that never happen. Every week or so some politician or newspaper man plucks at your coat sleeve to whisper awesomely (or perhaps hopefully, depending on the whisperer) that a Cabinet crisis is right around the corner.
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Joe Noseworthy

A quick sketch of the man who beat Meighen
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