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Corporal Contacts Magazine: Issues 41-50
Item Description Cost Buy Details Pages
Issue 41 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Graystoke Swimming Club; The Spanish Toreros; The Art Teacher.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
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Issue 42 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Making The Shoemaker (Pt I); Sanderson's Lodge; Education Complete.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
24
Issue 43 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Prodigal; Making The Shoemaker (Pt II); The Professor's House.
Letters: 4 pages of letters.
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Issue 44 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Right To Be Punished!; The Aftermath; Young McPherson.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
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Issue 45 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Jock Curry's Tawse; Moroccan Sunsets; Cairngarroch (Pt I).
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
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Issue 46 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Cairngarroch (Pt II).
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
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Issue 47 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Cairngarroch (Pt III).
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
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Issue 48 £2.00 arrow icon No need to buy - this edition is free to all members of this site Check the 'My Downloads' button above.
Stories: The Driving Instructor; Ronnie's Story; A Welshman Abroad (part I).
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
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Issue 49 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: A Welshman Abroad (Pt II); The Square Peg (Pt I); The Mentor.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
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Issue 50 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Stocks; A Welshman Abroad (Pt III); The Square Peg (Pt II).
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
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Corporal Contacts Magazine: Issues 41-50

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.