1944

Wisden's factory at Mortlake in west London was bombed, and records relating to the publication were lost. "No doubt the Cabinet was unmoved," wrote HS Altham, "but cricketers felt it as an almost personal outrage."
Editor Hubert Preston
Pages 343
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