The War Illustrated No. 229, Vol. 9, March 29th 1946

DURHAM MINERS HOMEWARD BOUND AT DUSK, these share the burden of responsibility for putting Britain heron feet again—of repairing the deficit in the nation's coal supplies which during this winter has been recorded as 8,000,000 tons. After a strenuous day in the pits, these sturdy under­ground workers still have in mind the warning issued on February 9,1946, by Mr. Emanuel Shinwell, Minister of Fuel and Power, that “the new Britain must be built on coal, or it can never be built at all.” 1'hoto, Topical l^ress_ Printed in England and published every alternate Friday by the Proprietors, Till’ Am ai.Oamatkd kss, Ltd .,The Fleet way Iiou.se. Karri ngdo'n Street, London, K.C.4 Registered for transmission by Canadian Magazine -l’ost-. Sole Agents for Australia and New Zealand :Messrs. (Jordon Gotch, Ltd :*and liir’South' 'Africa. :Central Nows Agency, Ltd.— Match 20,1040. S.S .Editorial Address: john car pent e rho use, white friars .lon don, e.c.4. J A e Y te.n K Rut a inf flu i BeRt u i l tan( Z a aC*
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