Glenn Miller and the American band of the A.E.F. Queensbury All-Services Club December 1944 003
Back page for a programme listing concerts at the Queensberry All-Services Club, for the week commencing 11th of December 1944. A large declaration by the Co-Operative Wholesale Society ltd. is featured.
|Catalogue Reference Number||NJA/PRO/2|
|Title or Caption|
|Event Date||Week commencing 11th December 1944|
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âWhat with the high quality of its goods and services, its encouragement to thrift, its tendency to equalisation between man and man, what, above all, with the good fellowship it promotes between consumer, producer and distributor, the Co-operative Movement seems to me to have established a good title to be regarded as an advanced version of the Socialist society in which we all believe.â
C. E. M. JOAD.
N.B.âNine million Co-operators in Great Britain own the 200 factories and warehouses that manufacture C.W.S. goods.
Issued by the CO-OPERATIVE * ^ _ WHOLESALE SOCIETY LTD.
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