In This Issue
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The Education of a Queen
Princess Elizabeth will be eighteen on her next birthday. How does her education compare with that of an American girl of the same age? And how does it compare with that of Victoria, who was also educated to be a queen?
The Caliph of Books: A. E. N
The Golden Horn
For Whom, Indeed?
A Lady Selects Her Christmas Cards
The Preacher on the Air
The Peripatetic Reviewer
The Wake of the Prairie Schooner
The Glorious Adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegl
Arrival and Departure
Journey Into America
The Fruits of Fascism
The Weeping Wood
See What I Mean?
A Certain Measure
Yankee From Olympus: The Story of Justice Holmes
The Atlantic Report on the World Today: Washington
Cracking the German Dams
The Future of Air Transport: An American View
» Now is the time for Americans to know the restrictions that must be lifted and the responsibilities we must assume if the airplane is to become the peaceful carrier of man.
The Making of Yesterday: The Diary of Raoul De Roussy De Sales
Hotels and Rehearsals
Notes on Russian Literature: Pushkin
» Where does the American farmer fit in our industrial society of tomorrow? Will only “big" farmers survive?
The Pacific War
Camp Follower: We Girls; Sometimes Life Was Wonderful
Britain and a Moral Revival
The Stirrings in America