Friday 17th October, 1941. pp., 5900 – 5934 + front cover. P.c., 31 x 19cm. Browning mainly to covers o/w V.G. The London Gazette (originally called the Oxford Gazette) is the world's oldest continuously published newspaper and is still published "with Authority", as it has been since it was established by Charles II. The London Gazette contains all official dispatches when Britain is at war and as such it recorded the declaration of War against Germany in 1939. This supplement to the October 10th, 1941 publication of the Gazette appeared one week later and records despatches received by the Secretary of State for War from General the Viscount Gort, V.C., K.C.B., C.B.E., D.S.O., M.V.O., M.C., Commander-in-Chief, British Expeditionary Force (France and Belgium 1939-40).