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  2. Affairs Abroad

    At the beginning of 1936 President Roosevelt, pleading for "practical peace, permanent peace, real peace throughout the world," said that it was being blocked by "only 15 per cent." of the world's population, by people ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,100 words
  3. GERMANY TO-DAY

    Rarely perhaps has such care been required in the acceptance of personal judgments as is necessary to-day when the subject of discussion is the internal government and the external policy ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,689 words
  4. AUSTRALIA in the WAR

    THE task of writing the account of the part played in Australia by the Australian Parliament and people during the war was allotted ...

    Article : 1,404 words
  5. NEW BARRIE PLAY

    ELISABETH BERGNER'S triumph in Sir James Barrie's Biblical play. "The Boy David," which was produced ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,042 words
  6. BOOKS AND MEN

    WILL you tell me, offhand, which you regard as the 12 best aphorisms in the English ...

    Article : 2,211 words
  7. Art and Antiques

    ART purchases for 1936 indicate the increase of the picture and antique collector. A record number ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,074 words
  8. What a President Costs

    PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT stays on at the White House with a salary of £15,000, but this is only "nominal," as services placed at his disposal by the ...

    Article : 345 words
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