BRITAIN AT WAR The Royal Air Force (SEPTEMBER 1939 DECEMBER 1940) by AIR-COMMODORE L.E.O. CHARLTON C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. This is a book to buy and give pride of E lace on your bookshelf. It gives you the rst fifteen months o f the war in, and from, the air, including some sea and land battles. Printed on Briush Art Paper throughout. r town quarto, 414 illustrations. 21s. Two important new Hutchinson books you should read DEFENCE OF THE WESTERN WORLD by HANSON W. BALDWIN What about America’s armaments ?Here is the answer to all the questions you arc asking. By the famous military and naval expert o f the New York Times. 10s. 6d. NORWAY -NEUTRAL .AND INVADED by HALVAN KOHT Here is the description of Norway struggling to preserve her neutrality, and her fight (which still goes on under the sign o f V ")against German aggression and oppression. By the former Foreign Minister. 7s. 6d. T ToT Save Money is to Make It. This tells you how! LEONORA EYLES’s CUTTING THE COAT This expert on domestic economy tells you how to manage your personal expenses, household bills, rent, travelling, entertainments and education. A book for every wartime household. A HUTCHINSON I/- SPECIAL Read about these heroes THi by GARRY ALLIGHAN These gripping dramas of epic adventure and deathless glory pin-point the heroism which won the first thirteen V.C’s of this war. JOHN LONG I/- 2 new Hutchinson 6d« Specials LET IT ROLL by SIR ROWLAND EVANS Practically every paper in the country has written editorials praising this plan for post-war Angl'*- American leadership. With a foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Lord Chatfield. WOMEN FALL IN Dr. EDITH SUMMERSKILL, M.P. This tells you all you want to know concerning train-ing, pay, conditions, and billeting for women who axe helping their country’s war —HUTCHINSON—effort.