July 1, 1942

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GREEN GEESE

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The Cat Called Claudius

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Look at One of Those Faces

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GREEN GEESE

Gil Tucker, ex-jockey, shows the bush country how to fly fish, and Bee-Lines' boss uncovers a mystery
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The Cat Called Claudius

"Lost: by Hollywood's most glamorous star, one genuine $5000 coal black SpitzbergenPheenie Cat. Reward"—and what a reward!
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Look at One of Those Faces

A vividly poignant story taken straight from life: The story of The Marching Soldier and his memories
Escape from Hong Kong 1617
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Escape from Hong Kong

The island fortress falls and sixteen men make a desperate break for freedom under a hail of Jap fire
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MILESTONE

SEVENTY-FIVE years ago, on the first day of July, 1867, was born the nation of Canada. It was the child of crisis, of political deadlock, but also of men’s will to freedom and a fierce new hope that ran swiftly along the fringes of the wilderness.
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER History and Mr. Churchill

WAR IS a maker and breaker of reputations, and on balance there is more breaking than making. One has only to think of the men who held high office when the war began and to count the survivors today. Gamelin, whose terse messages that there was nothing to report on the Western Front were accepted as the cryptic subtlety of the superstrategist, is in protective custody.
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THAT SECOND FRONT

If we strike now we have a good chance to be rid of Hitler before his tenth anniversary in power
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Backstage at Ottawa

AT THIS writing, the imperturbable and imponderable Mr. King has been “in retreat” for more than a week. And don’t mistake the meaning. The word “retreat” may mean either “go back, retire, relinquish a position,” or it may mean “withdrawing into privacy or security.”
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Parade

THE WAR has come to North America, as is clearly demonstrated in three assorted wartime mischances by operatives living in widely separated areas. From Dawson, Yukon Territory, an agent reports strange goings-on at Skagway, Alaska, on an evening when a first alarm of fire rang out upon the midnight air.
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In the Editor's Confidence

In the Editor's Confidence

YOU will have noticed, of course, that the picture on the front cover of this issue is reproduced in black and white instead of in color. We propose to do this on each first of the month number, alternating, for the present, with natural color shots.
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