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90518, RE: Why Authors Are Cursed
Posted by Weird Jim, Tue Mar-06-12 05:30 PM
This was their regular feed stock thAt came inby barge along the canal. Wood is not quite so plentyful in the UK that it can/could be used for paper making. I would think that the UK imported most of their paper for things like newprint pre-war. But the Dryads did have a rough time because a team of what were said to be Canadian lumberjacks swept through the local woods and cut down all the usable trees.

Newspapers during the war consisted of one double broadsheet. I can't recall seeing a copy of the tabloid Daily Mirror , so I can't say if they were restricted to one double sheet or not.

Weird Jim

"Good reading is the only test of good writing"
Robertson Davies. A voice from the attic 1960