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PROPERPS

PROPERPS

NIAHOGANY CREAM for Sam Brownes, Boots, Shoes, etc. PRICE 6d & 9d The Army is Propert's Biggest Customer 7t e AA Si/xi-my/tee 1 (PLUS lid. PURCHASE TAX.) Here's the most sporting opportunity for a profitable battle of wits ever offered to. Play with the Service men with an hour
15 February 1941 - Reveille - London, London, England
 
school education. There was nothing distinguished about his early breadwinning days (he was successively errand boy, shop assistant and telephone

school education. There was nothing distinguished about his early breadwinning days (he was successively errand boy, shop assistant and telephone

operator), but even then he was paving his way to Westminster. History, politics, economics and philosophy were studied in his spare time ; and then, having joined the Independent Labour Party and the National Union of Clerks, he devoted himself to the socialist and trade union
20 July 1940 - Reveille - London, London, England
 
"My poor little doggie is dying of poison. Could you bring your gun and put him out of his agony ? " Reproduced from Smith's Weekly.

"My poor little doggie is dying of poison. Could you bring your gun and put him out of his agony ? " Reproduced from Smith's Weekly.

A SKELETON scheme, announces the Ministry of Information, has been arranged for the " immediate supply of music 'to people who may be stranded and waiting in difficult crisis conditions, such as air raids." Which suggests all sorts of possibilities to us. We anticipate, for inst
20 July 1940 - Reveille - London, London, England
 
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20 July 1940 - Reveille - London, London, England
 
BUREAU OF MISSING SERVICE MEN

BUREAU OF MISSING SERVICE MEN

;111111111111111111111111111111110111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111TE ON this page we publish our second list of Missing Service Men. Every fortnight we publish particulars of men in the Army, the Navy and the Air Force who have been reported missing. Where
20 July 1940 - Reveille - London, London, England
 

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The life of a British soldier who has been taken prisoner by the Germans is not harsh. His rights are defined and he may appeal against injustices.

The life of a British soldier who has been taken prisoner by the Germans is not harsh. His rights are defined and he may appeal against injustices.

H AVE you a brother held in Germany as a prisoner of war ? If so, do you know the privileges to which he is entitled ? The life of a British Tommy who falls into German hands is not harsh. Since the last war considerable improvements have been effected, thanks largely to the Int
20 July 1940 - Reveille - London, London, England
 
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20 July 1940 - Reveille - London, London, England
 
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Aircraftman's Problem The wife of an aircraftman has made a confession to me. It appears that hubby, when taking his " medical," failed to tell the board of certain ailments from which he suffered a year or so back. He has now written to her saying that he feels depressed and th
5 July 1941 - Reveille - London, London, England
 
COMPETITION

COMPETITION

PRIZEWINNER "The Cock of Fleet Street" This is the winning entry in our " Christen the Cockerel " Competition, announced in the May 24 issue of REVEILLE. The name was suggested by: Driver T. W. Payne, T 89944, H.Q. and Holding Coy., No. 11 Training Battalion, Ar t s ) R.A.S.C.,
5 July 1941 - Reveille - London, London, England
 
Service Quiz

Service Quiz

Q. What builds you up as you take it down ? A. Horlicks—hot or cold --the finest drink for physical fitness WHATEVER your job these days, Horlicks can help you to do it even better—becausp there's nothing, like it for keeping you fit ! Horlicks is made from milk, wheat and malte
31 August 1940 - Reveille - London, London, England