June 1, 1946

BEVERLEY BAXTER'S London Letter

Did Hitler Lose the War?

Dark Shadow

GENERAL ARTICLES

The Prime Minister

Did Hitler Lose the War? 1415
BEVERLEY BAXTER'S London Letter

Did Hitler Lose the War?

IN THE corridor of the British House of Commons, just outside the famous smoke room, there is a telegraphic ticker machine which hiccups and splutters the news of the day. There we can pause and read about the stock market, even about ourselves in debate, and assess the world outside.
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Dark Shadow

It was just a fool trick that Joe Barrett had taught his dog. But with a life and a love at stake, it paid off
The Prime Minister 67
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The Prime Minister

Prime Minister longer than any other Canadian — that will be Mr. King’s record on June 8. Here’s the story of how he handles his job
Post Mortem On a Flop 1415
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

Post Mortem On a Flop

BREAKDOWN of the Dominion-provincial conference left the Federal Government with a fight on its hands, inside Cabinet and caucus, on which of two courses it should adopt. The Ilsley budget ought to show who won. Conservatives in the Liberal Party think they now have a valid excuse for getting out of social security commitments, which they always viewed with some misgiving.
The Battle We Didn’t Have To Fight 89
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The Battle We Didn’t Have To Fight

5,000 square miles of Jap mountains were jammed with ammunition dumps, factories, offices—even a spare palace. Here’s the fantastic story of a last stand that didn’t come off
School for Citizens 1819
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School for Citizens

Andy Korneliuk wanted to become a Canadian, but he didn't know the land or its language... Naturalization school was the answer
HORSE OPERA 1617
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HORSE OPERA

The rootin' tootin' heroes of Hollywood's cow classics are pure as Galahad and rich as Croesus. Some of them, like Bill Elliott, can even ride
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Fighting Fish

Tuna are famous fighters, but they really put on something special the day this fisherman returned to Soldiers' Rip
They Beat the Arctic 1213
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They Beat the Arctic

In Muskox 40 Canadians proved that a military expedition can operate in the Arctic . . . but only with first-class air support
POINT OF NO RETURN 2425
FICTION

POINT OF NO RETURN

"It is better to light a small candle than to wail at the darkness."
Washington Memo 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Washington Memo

THANKS partly to Exercise Muskox but largely to the Army Air Forces, Washington and the American public are gradually becoming more familiar with the geography of northern Canada, Alaska and Greenland. The Air Forces' thesis is that in the next great war, if there is one, the first heavy blows—perhaps the decisive—blows— will be struck through the air across the north polar regions.
R. A. MAKES PLAY 5455
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R. A. MAKES PLAY

When Ottawa offices close, 17,000 civil servants share sports, hobbies, drama dancing, music—for 25 cents a month
BRUSSELS TO ATHENS 1213
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BRUSSELS TO ATHENS

Brussels is buoyant. Parisians munch bread on the street. Rome's belly is full, her heart empty. Athens is still geared for war
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