PIASECKI, torpedo man of the Polish destroyer working with the Western striking force, had been granted forty-eight hours leave. It was approved by the Captain (D) of the flotilla on compassionate grounds. Piasecki’s own captain had been at some pains to explain this, Piasecki not being very familiar with the phrase: indeed not entirely capable of comprehending it.By "BARTIMEUS"26 min
I HAVE read with interest an article entitled “Japan’s Southward Thrust” by Dr. Jacques M. May, a former Professor in the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hanoi, French Indo-China, which appeared in the June 1 edition of Maclean’s Magazine.By W. J. M. WATSON-ARMSTRONG7 min
Maclean’s Magazine deserves much commendation for running such a timely and informative series of articles on the man of the hour— Winston Churchill. Even the paragraph dealing with religious or semi-religious movements, which appeared in the concluding article, July 1, was thought provoking.
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