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Corporal Contacts Magazine: Issues 21-30
Item Description Cost Buy Details Pages
Issue 21 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Cabin in the Woods; Sunflower Strikes Back; Just What The Doctor Ordered.
Letters: 3½ pages of letters.
24
Issue 22 £2.50 arrow icon A Classic Edition! Highly Recommended
Stories: The Dirty Boy; Business Studies School; A Very Liberal Establishment.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
25
Issue 23 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: A Painful Pact; The Swimming Pool Affair; The Boys on the Building Site.
Letters: 3½ pages of letters.
24
Issue 24 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Cross-Country Run; Navel Cadet Story; Private Teacher.
Letters: 3½ pages of letters.
24
Issue 25 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: After The Match; Probation Boy's Punishment
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
21
Issue 26 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Take A Beating; The Attic In Edinburgh; The Snooker Table.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
24
Issue 27 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Six Of The Best; After Training.
Letters: 3½ pages of letters.
Includes a crossword puzzle!
24
Issue 28 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Soldier's Tale; University Discipline.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
24
Issue 29 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Room; The Flight Lieutenant's Platoon.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
24
Issue 30 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Rugby Coach; The Library At Trelford. 21
Corporal Contacts Magazine: Issues 21-30

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.