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Corporal Contacts Magazine: Issues 51-60
Item Description Cost Buy Details Pages
Issue 51 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Company Boss; Polished Young Gentlemen (part I); The Scots Regiments' Special Training School.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
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Issue 52 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Polished Young Gentlemen (part II); The Company Boss (part II); The Downlands College Basketball Team.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
24
Issue 53 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Tales From The Island (part I); Squaddie; Umbrella.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
24
Issue 54 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Spy of the Sixth (part I); The Bobby's Tale (part I); Tales From The Island (part II).
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
24
Issue 55 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Bobby's Tale (part II); The Spy of the Sixth (part II); Tales From The Island (part III).
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
24
Issue 56 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Regimental Returns; The Spy of the Sixth (part III); Only The Cane.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
24
Issue 57 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: Sparing The Rod; Fisher; A Step Back In Time.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
24
Issue 58 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: A Few Cuts on the Cut; Dr Parsons; A Country Practice.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
24
Issue 59 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Christmas Holidays; The Hall Porter; Jason's Discovery.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
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Issue 60 £2.00 arrow icon Stories: The Last Chance (part I); The Flight Lieutenant's Day; Mr Hayes Improves Staff Performance.
Letters: 3 pages of letters.
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Corporal Contacts Magazine: Issues 51-60

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.