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IT is difficult now for me to realize that my first impression on joining the R.A.F. was that so many people read so little. All around one heard views and opinions on films, dance bands, race horses, and football pools but books were rarely mentioned. It was somewhat alarming to find one had...
THE history of the Scottish Book Clubs has still to be written. That no one has yet ventured upon it is partly due to the vastness of the subject, partly to the fact that in these degenerate times the student of history or literature is inclined to take his blessings for granted. Happily, the...
During the grave war years the greater part of the burden of factory and field work lay on the shoulders of women and young workers. Thousands of young people were compelled to leave school so as to take the places at the bench and lathe of their fathers and brothers who left for the front....
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