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The Bystander, August 10, 1938 No. 1808. Vol. CXXXIX. The Bystander
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Alicia Markova English Ballerina in a Russian Company

Alicia Markova English Ballerina in a Russian Company

In this most competitive, controversial anil crowded summer of ballet, now nearly over, Markova's dancing has been a high-light of pleasure. Her Giselle this year is one of the loveliest things she has ever done, of an exquisite lightness, delicacy and precision, and in her mime
10 August 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
Cowes Week: Wind, Waves and Yachting Caps

Cowes Week: Wind, Waves and Yachting Caps

Cowes Week Wind, Waves and Yachting Caps Miss Carleton, Lord Dorchester, Miss MacDonald, C.apt. Chase Cowes Week, exclusive occasion of an exclusive sport opened as usual on Bank Holiday when the wind withheld its graces. The first day's racing teas devoted to the hundred-year- o
10 August 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
The Passing Hour: Comments and Asides

The Passing Hour: Comments and Asides

The Passing Hour Comments and Asides By A. G. Macdonell THE Russians and the Japanese are at peace with one another, and the battles now in progress near Vladi vostok are just part of the ordinary peace routine of the day. Tanks, artillery, machine-guns, and aeroplanes are in act
10 August 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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The King at His Camp King George has often travelled by land to the boys' camp he founded in 1920 as Duke of York. Last year he flew there. This year he came by water, interrupting his cruising holiday on the Victoria and Albert to come ashore for the usual sing-songs and games,
10 August 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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The Christening of George Andrew Beaumont The Queen was a godmother to the fourth son and fifth child of Viscount and Viscountess Allendale who wms christened George Andrew at Christ Church Down Street. Lord Allendale here stands behind his wife to the right, Lieut.-Com. Colin B
10 August 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England