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Summary: I. "The other man's job. Reclaimed timber gets us out of the wood." Problem caused by wartime shortage of wood is partially solved by the salvaging of timber from blitzed buildings. Nails are removed for re-use then wood is taken to saw-mill and cut into lengths to make various ammunition cases. Women have even managed to learn how to hammer nails straight, under the pressure of wartime work. Finished cases contain cartridges, smoke-floats and spigot mortar shells.
II. "Warrior of the week." A gunner with considerable experience in the Middle East tells a story which proves the excellence of the 6 pounder anti-tank gun.
III. "London honours Premier." Churchill receives the Freedom of the City from the Lord Chamberlain then makes a speech in which he describes the war as "a struggle for the freedom and progress of mankind." He also emphasises his determination that Britain should help defeat Japan after victory in Europe, refers to the defeat of the U-Boat menace in the Atlantic, pays tribute to the patriotic resistance in the Occupied countries and ends, "We bear the sword of justice."