Mourning a white Christmas

Martin, Andrew
December 2002
New Statesman;12/16/2002, Vol. 131 Issue 4618, p82
Presents an article on snowy Christmases. Childhood memories on snowy Christmases; Insights on global warming in Great Britain; Discussion on having a snow fall in Great Britain in Christmas 2002.


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