November 1, 1942

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Sergeant Carmichael

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Of This Surrender

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ONE Out of SIX Under Arms

Sergeant Carmichael 1011
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Sergeant Carmichael

He was very young, and injured; the night sea was black, and strange, and cruel—But then, there was Carmichael
Of This Surrender 1617
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Of This Surrender

Theirs was a perfect plan —until they learned that it takes more than planning to make a perfect marriage
ONE Out of SIX Under Arms 67
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ONE Out of SIX Under Arms

New Zealand saw it coming; that’s why she has taken this war in her stride—and it's a long, long stride!
“Okay to Land" 1819
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“Okay to Land"

Edmonton’s airport, a onetime cow pasture, has become Canada’s crossroads of the air
"DEAR MAIL ORDER—" 2223
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"DEAR MAIL ORDER—"

A mail-order house is an enormously complex machine but to the folks back home it's just one of the family
Pearl Harbor to Now 89
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Pearl Harbor to Now

Debits and credits from Uncle Sam’s war ledger, after eleven months of combat
Impresario Plus 2021
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Impresario Plus

Story of the organist-gardener who became one of the continent’s most successful concert managers
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1415
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

"Things Have Got to Change"
IT'S A FINE ARMY 1213
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IT'S A FINE ARMY

Over broad moors, in marshlands and on the beaches, Canadians in Britain are at concert pitch for their showdown fight with Hitler
Backstage at Ottawa 1415
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Backstage at Ottawa

THE SHAPE of things to come in Canada in 1943 is crystallizing rapidly. Those who think it is high time Canada got into this war “for keeps” should not be disappointed. For Mr. and Mrs. Citizen on Main Street the new program which Donald Gordon has been asked to take on—the wiping out of civilian nonessential industry—is the most portentous.
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