Share the Sunday Times: 1941 advert

Cartoon of a teacher and pupil sharing the Sunday times. Advert from World War 2

Share the Sunday Times

Trusted for its news and views through 120 years through 20 other wars – the Sunday times is Britain’s great Sunday newspaper. 

As in all its history, outstanding men write its pages – Scrutator, James Agate, Lord Vansittart, Philip Guedalla, Ernest Newmanm Desmond MacCarthy, Dilys Powell, Norman Crump.  

But the Sunday Times is in such demand for its authoritative journalism, that supplies run short; so hand your copy round. 

If the man next door – the vicar, the air raid warden, good friends and relatives, have not got their copy – let them have a look at yours.

These are sharing days, and you can’t share anything more valued than the Sunday Times.

Cartoon of a teacher and pupil sharing the Sunday times. Advert from World War 2

Source:
Bromley & District Times, 21st November 1941 (page 4)

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