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Corporal Contacts Magazine: Issues 141-150
Item Description Cost Buy Details Pages
Issue 141 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: A Sweet Taste of the Birch!
Stories: The Engineering Boys 1962; The English Master, The Student Teacher and the Head Boy.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 142 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: The Sheffield Steel Workers Story!
Stories: Don't Go Into the Loo at Piccadilly!; The West End GreenPolice Flats (1968).
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 143 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: Horny Fun at the Swimming Baths!
Stories: City Business School (1982) Part I; The Old Umbrella Shop Part I.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 144 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: Friends Over The Years.
Stories: City Business School (1982) Part II; The Old Umbrella Shop Part II.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 145 £7.00 arrow icon Interview: Whacked at Work.
Stories: Letters Between CP Mates; Junior Officers' Punishment (Round 2).
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 146 (September 2019) £7.00 arrow icon Issue 146 will be available in September 2019 but you can buy now for download when it is available. 24
Issue 147 (December 2019) £7.00 arrow icon Issue 147 will be available in December 2019 but you can buy now for download when it is available. 24
Issue 148 (March 2020) £7.00 arrow icon Issue 148 will be available in March 2020 but you can buy now for download when it is available. 24
Issue 149 (June 2020) £7.00 arrow icon Issue 149 will be available in June 2020 but you can buy now for download when it is available. 24
Issue 150 (September 2020) £7.00 arrow icon Issue 150 will be available in September 2020 but you can buy now for download when it is available. 24
Corporal Contacts Magazine: Issues 141-150

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.