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Corporal Contacts Magazine: Issues 131-140
Item Description Cost Buy Details Pages
Issue 131 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: Litomisto Grammar School.
Stories: The Islington Institute 1955; Peterson And Price (Part II)
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 132 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: The Insurance Boys.
Stories: Ten Go Back To School (Part 4); The Boys On The Building Site.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 133 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: The Methodist Boys.
Stories: The Spanking Sergeant (Part 3); Peterson and Price (Part 3).
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 134 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: Four Nervous Novices.
Stories: The Saturday Stipendiary; Mr McDonald.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 135 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: Paddle Pals!
Stories: Men's Kit and Things; My Parliamentary Visitors.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 136 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: The Beefy-Arsed Boy on the Bus!
Stories: Baxendale Academy (Part I); The Swansea University Caning Club.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 137 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: The Bargoed Bus Boys.
Stories: The Heating Engineer; The Student's Homecoming.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 138 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: Secrets of the Massage Table.
Stories: Max and His Mates; Mr. Smith.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 139 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: The Bolsover Boys.
Stories: The German Boys; Fun at the Czech Summer Barracks.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 140 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: Lorry Park Fun!
Stories: The Kibworth Reunion; Teacher Training at Isleworth 1957.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Corporal Contacts Magazine: Issues 131-140

Corporal Contacts Magazine started in 1982 before word processing, computers and the internet were widely available. Early issues were typed on a manual typewriter and photocopied. These downloads have been created by scanning the original documents (or copies if not available) and, therefore, contain smudges, creases, printing, and other marks associated with paper documents of this age. Although the image quality may be slightly degraded the pages are perfectly readable.