Series: Lilliput

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Lilliput, Vol.16 No.4, issue 94, April 194594
Lilliput, Vol.19 No.3, Issue 111, September 1946111
Lilliput Vol. 19 No. 6 (114) December 1946114
Lilliput Vol. 20 No. 3 (117) March 1947117
Lilliput Vol. 20 No. 6 (120) June 1947120
Lilliput Vol. 21 No. 4 (124) October 1947124
Lilliput, Vol.21 No.5, Issue 125, November 1947125
Lilliput Vol. 22 No. 1 (127) January 1948127
Lilliput, Vol. 22 No. 2, Issue 128, February 1948128
Lilliput Vol. 22 No. 3 (129) March 1948129
Lilliput, Vol.22 No.6, Issue 132, June 1948132
Lilliput Vol. 22 No. 7 (133) July 1948133
Lilliput Vol. 23 No. 4 (136) October 1948136
Lilliput, Vol.23 No.5, Issue 137, November 1948137
Lilliput Vol. 23 No. 6 (138) December 1948138
Lilliput Vol.24 No.1, Issue 139, January 1949139
Lilliput Vol. 24 No. 2 (140) February 1949140
Lilliput, Vol.24 No.5, Issue 143, May 1949143
Lilliput, Vol.25 No.4, Issue 148, October 1949148
Lilliput Vol. 30 No. 1 (177) January-February 1952176
Lilliput Vol. 30 No. 2 (177) February-March 1952177
Lilliput. Issue no. 189189

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A pocket-sized magazine which lasted from 1937 to 1960. 277 issues were published.


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