March 1, 1943

GENERAL ARTICLES

"A Tale of Two Cities"

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Johnny Comes Marching Home

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COFFIN SHIP

"A Tale of Two Cities" 67
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"A Tale of Two Cities"

"I know where to throw the bricks . . . " Canada’s great humorist tells the difference between Toronto and Montreal
Johnny Comes Marching Home 1011
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Johnny Comes Marching Home

A Canadian finds the answer to the puzzle of life—and love—amid the screaming inferno of Dieppe
COFFIN SHIP 2223
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COFFIN SHIP

A killer ship battles the Coral Sea, aboard her a drama of death and new life
BOMBS AWAY 1617
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BOMBS AWAY

"The boys who fly the bombers are all in favor of the big raids ... by her own admission Germany is being badly hurt"
I CONQUERED T.B. 1819
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I CONQUERED T.B.

The dramatic story of a girl who learned that T.B. can be conquered only by surrender —to the right treatment
What's Wrong With Parliament? 1213
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What's Wrong With Parliament?

"The state conducts more than half the nation’s business... and Parliament has about as much control as it has over the stars"
His First Century 89
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His First Century

Says Sir William Mulock in his hundredth year: "To live long you've got to get a bang out of life"
Island at the Crossroads 1819
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Island at the Crossroads

Newfoundlanders have sampled a new standard of living, because of the war. Will they order the complete meal at war's end?
Memo from Washington 1415
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Memo from Washington

Washington takes a rosy view of the war on land—but we haven't begun to win our war against Hitler's submarines
Beverly Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1415
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Beverly Baxter's LONDON LETTER

Britain's Tories See a New Day
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