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The principal performer

The principal performer

One of his colleagues called Lieutenant - Commander S. H. Beattie the " principal performer " in the raid on St. Nazaire. He was in command of H.M.S. Campbeltown, the destroyer which rammed and blew up the lock- gates. Lieut.-Commander Beattie, who was 34 on Sunday, was selected
April 1, 1942 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BEELZEBUB .TO.

BEELZEBUB .TO.

BEELZEBUB BELINDA POPE YE TR , /AN' CHEER UPA UTTLEJ D. BLIGCJE, WAMKIA AST k-,IA ILL ANSWE SUMP; IsAPORTINK POPE4G ME NSTINICK KEEPS SLIMPIK.I' B1(4 IS HAPPINC.I TO ME HOWZAT, MR , ZOWiE? 4 \ 1-4- M! 'IOU SAL/ IT'S _SOMETHING 811. ? TH' EP&CIEST !KJ 1 ME LIFE THA-C'S /I '% ; - )
April 1, 1942 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
REV. CRESSWELL WEBB

REV. CRESSWELL WEBB

said, if we can build larger fleets of more efficient planes and bigger tanks armed with heavier guns, we shall win. We have encouraged ourselves by the thought of our huge potential resources. We have even presumed to enlist God on the side of our big battalions. But God does n
March 23, 1942 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Monday, March 23, 1942

Monday, March 23, 1942

March 23, 1942 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I ASSURE YOU

I ASSURE YOU

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March 23, 1942 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROOSEVELT DID

ROOSEVELT DID

successful e.x.ploit. UNITS of the Bth Army have carried out a big twoday raid against enemy posts around Tmimi, where Rommel is massing his forces, and against aerodromes near Martuba. Preliminary moves began on F throughout Saturday, said yesteri Small highly mobile columns co
March 23, 1942 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
£5OO FOR A GOLF BALL

£5OO FOR A GOLF BALL

After a match at Crews Hill 3-olf Club, near Enfield, yesterlay, in aid of Enfield Warship Meek, Charles Whitcombe's ball vas auctioned. It realised £5OO, ,nd the total amount of the ,uction was £5,050.
March 23, 1942 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Unknown

Unknown

March 23, 1942 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
R UGGLES

R UGGLES

r YOUR FATHER'S BEEN FOOLING ABOUT WITH THOSE 8/TS OF SACK/NO FOR DAYS - DON'T KNOW WHAT HAS CONE , OVER PM,
March 23, 1942 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BENEFIT FROM YEAST-VITE

BENEFIT FROM YEAST-VITE

Bradford, Feb. 3rd, 1942. Dear Sirs, I must tell you my husband and I have derived great benefit from Yeast- Vite tablets. When I get low and depressed they are my first thought. They have done me a world of good, and as long as I can get them I shall continue to use them. (Sgd.
April 8, 1942 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England