HUTCHINSOX BOOK NEWS
Everybody's Choice for Christmas
T he Saturday B ook 3
Edited by LEONARD RUSSELL
Thli li the bost book for Christm as sales that we have publ< ^ed for a long time. It is superbly written and beautifully
Illustrated. M any fam ous authors have written specially for it. Am ongst them are Julian Huxley. Sean O 'C a se y. A . A.
M ilno, Francis Has, Dllys Powell, Alexander Werth, Bernard Darwin, Anthony Berkeley. 12/4
Author of ‘ Ronald Cortland.etc.
B arbara Cartland
THE ISTHMUS YEARS
M ist Cartland gives ui a vivid picture of social history during the 'Carelnss Twenties and the ‘Threadbare Thirties.' A
book which we believe will prove to be an inspiration to all those who read it. 12/i
Foreword by General Sir Bernard Paget. Commander-in-Chief, Home Forces
T he Hom e-Guard of B ritain
by CHARLES GRAVES
Sphere : ‘A book which every m em ber of this great volunteer a tiny will want to read.' Sydney C arroll : 'A book no Hom e
G uard should be without.' 10/6
Author of * With a Soviet Unit Through the Nazi Lines'
W estbound T anks
by A. POLYAKOV
A lively and m oving account of individual Rod Arm y tankmen both i.i action and behind the lines. A first-class piece of
war reportage. 3/6
Hutchinson s complete record in text and pictures
T he B ritish N avy
(January I?**"-March 1942)
Commander E. I MBLE CHATTERTON
Sunday Mercury : ’It is fia most com plete record and commentary of Its kind.' W ith 387 photographic Illustrations. 2 1/-
Copies of 1 The Arm y* (Vol. I), by M ajor I7 . Yeats-Browji, D.F.C., and ‘ T he Army* (Vol. II),
by M ajor Sheppard, O.B.E., M.C., are stiH available. Profusely illustrated. 21/- each
Co. [Ptiblltihcra) Ltd.
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