The Saturday Review, 29 December, 1934 - "The Only Paper That Dares To Tell You All The Truth"

By: Multiple Contributors

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Book Condition: Good


32 pages. Features: The War on Religion - with an anti-religious quote by Max Epstein, Vice-Commissar for Education; Notes of the Week; New Year Notes by Lady Houston, D.B.E.; A Conservative Leader?, by Kim; The Case of Patrick O'Malley, life-long trade unionist; Satirical full-page ad for the public auction of the nations of the Commonwealth; A Hair of the Dog that Bit You!; Air Progress Abroad, by Major Oliver Stewart; The Monstrous Shadow of 1934, by Robert Machray; More Grave Changes - British Legion Affiars; Eve in Paris; Political Madness - Conservative Party Heads for Suicide, by Colonel Sir Thomas A. Polson; Lord Dalhousie - Creator of Modern India - article plus full-page portrait on glossy stock; India - the Frost Continues, by Hamish Blair; Across a Century (Charles Lamb died December 27, 1834); New book news; News snippets from the empire; The Expensive Mr. Baldwin; Music reviews; Theatre notes; The Gamekeeper's Dog, by Eric Hardy; Broadcasting notes; Lady Houston's Cold Cure; Interesting back cover reproduction of a letter dated 23 May, 1917 signed by Ramsay MacDonald (and others) in support of the Russian Revolution, plus one of his more recent quotes, plus the suggestion that it was his intent that the British people pay for goods ordered by Russia from Britain. Faint libray stamps to front cover, otherwise unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this interesting vintage issue.

Title: The Saturday Review, 29 December, 1934 - "The Only Paper That Dares To Tell You All The Truth"

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Politics, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Chawton Publishing Co., Ltd.: 1934

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 727C8809

Keywords: The Saturday Review, 29 December, 1934 - "The Only Paper That Dares To Tell You All The Truth" The War on Religion; New Year Notes, by Lady Houston, D.B.D.; A Conservative Leader?, by Kim; The Case of Patrick O'Malley, life-long trade unionist; Full-page satirical ad for a public auction of the nations of the commonwealth; A Hair of the Dog that Bit You!; Air Progress Abroad, by Major Oliver Stewart; The Monstrous Shadow of 1934, by Robert Machray; More Grave Charges - British Legion Affairs; Eve in Paris; Political Madness - Conservative Party Heads for Suicide, by Colonel Sir Thomas A. Polson; Lord Dalhousie - Creator of Modern India, by Clive Rattigan; with full-page black and white portrait on glossy stock; India - The Frost Continues, by Hamish Blair; Across a Century - Charles Lamb - died December 27, 1834; Gleaning from New Books; The Empire - Week by Week - short news stories; The Expensive Mr. Baldwin, and other letters from readers; Music notes; The Producer and the Play - Theatre Notes; The Gamekeeper's Dog, by Eric Hardy, F.Z.S.; Broadcasting Notes; Proof of the Cold Cure - Lady Houston's Cold Cure. Fascinating back cover reproduction of a May 23rd, 1917 letter signed by Ramsay MacDonald (and many others) on the topic of the Russian Revolution The War on Religion - with an anti-religious quote by Max Epstein, Vice-Commissar for Education; Notes of the Week; New Year Notes by Lady Houston, D.B.E.; A Conservative Leader?, by Kim; The Case of Patrick O'Malley, life-long trade unionist; Satirical full-page ad for the public auction of the nations of the Commonwealth; A Hair of the Dog that Bit You!; Air Progress Abroad, by Major Oliver Stewart; The Monstrous Shadow of 1934, by Robert Machray; More Grave Changes - British Legion Affiars; Eve in Paris; Political Madness - Conservative Party Heads for Suicide, by Colonel Sir Thomas A. Polson; Lord Dalhousie - Creator of Modern India - article plus full-page portrait on glossy stock; India - the Frost Continues, by Hamish Blair; Across a Century (Charles Lamb died December 27, 1834); New book news; News snippets from the empire; The Expensive Mr. Baldwin; Music reviews; Theatre notes; The Gamekeeper's Dog, by Eric Hardy; Broadcasting notes; Lady Houston's Cold Cure; Interesting back cover reproduction of a letter dated 23 May, 1917 signed by Ramsay MacDonald (and others) in support of the Russian Revolution, plus one of his more recent quotes, plus the suggestion that it was his intent that the British people pay for goods ordered by Russia from Britain,