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SUNDAY PICTORIAL Engtan 's Private War

SUNDAY PICTORIAL Engtan 's Private War

WAR —open war with nothing to stave it off—will descend on Tuesday on a big slice of Southern England. This war, in which 40,000 troops will be engaged, assisted by ninety-six R.A.F. aeroplanes, by tanks and by " mechanical horses," will continue until Friday. It will be the lar
15 September 1935 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Old Songs

The Old Songs

T HE popular songs of the seventies and eighties—the rousing choruses grandfather still warbles sometimes in his cracked voice—are said to be coming back. And a very good thing, too ! Some of them, however, have never been away. After sixty years, they are still as vigorous as g
15 September 1935 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAN IT E DONE

CAN IT E DONE

T HE assumption is more and more being made, in Government circles, in various newspapers and by many prominent individuals (Mr. Lloyd George among them), that the country is solidly behind Britain's official attitude to the Abyssinian crisis. But this is pure assumption, and pr
15 September 1935 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY PICTORIAL, Sept. 15, 1935. PAGE 11 By Collinson Owen

SUNDAY PICTORIAL, Sept. 15, 1935. PAGE 11 By Collinson Owen

15 September 1935 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
alPe orle

alPe orle

orle "There are signs that the old Imperialistic spirit is creeping back, as in the case of the Italo-Abyssinian dispute."—General Smuts. " The mass of South Africans are united. Progress towards national unity cannot be stopped now."—General Hertzog. " Educationists should turn
15 September 1935 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 

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Schools of To-morrow

Schools of To-morrow

No. 7—LONDON SCHOOL OF PRINTING PRINTING, unlike many other industries, These students in the book-Oinding departhas little to fear from foreign competition, meat are applying gold finish to the backs but so rapid has been the progress in the per- of volumes. Below: Testing pape
15 September 1935 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 16 SUNDAY PICTORIAL, Sept. 15, 1935. Pirates, Typhoons, Gold and Blood " CHINA SEAS " IS GRAND ROUGH STUFF

PAGE 16 SUNDAY PICTORIAL, Sept. 15, 1935. Pirates, Typhoons, Gold and Blood " CHINA SEAS " IS GRAND ROUGH STUFF

By WALTER WEBSTER EVERY week as ever was, Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer send me a long and excellent letter giving the latest news of all their stars. In the letter I have just received I read, " Meanwhile, Garbo remains secluded in a castle set on a hill near Stockholm until her return
15 September 1935 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
BLAZE OF 300 000 LIGHTS

BLAZE OF 300 000 LIGHTS

OF 300i000 BLAZE MAGIC OF BLACKPOOL, • • Y ......... ...... • • t. 4 yv player was wed at St. George's Church, Mr. W. A. Goodale, Wimbledon and Sur- . , ss Joy Simpson, was given black cat for luck. • • Black Pool's marvellous coloured lights, . were switched on last night. The
15 September 1935 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
CURL-CLOTH 'SWAGGER'

CURL-CLOTH 'SWAGGER'

11 Zeta Curl- Cloth Swagger with jaunty swing back and Peter Pan collar. Lined thrrnighout and with Muff to match. Black or Brown. Bust 33 to 38 in. S~S Free.) 7he Sign of straightforward, Yiopkeeping Jolly Curl- Cloth Swagger with cravat neck and full sleeves tapei ing to the w
15 September 1935 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAINLY FOR WOMEN

MAINLY FOR WOMEN

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15 September 1935 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England