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Volume 1 - No. 10 - November 18, 1939

Dramatic Story of Strasbourg's Great Exodus

Nov1939

Dramatic Story of Strasbourg's Great Exodus

Think of a city as big as Cardiff, much greater than Aberdeen, halt as big again as Derby, from which the entire population of some 220,000 souls has been evacuated. Its thronging streets, its splendi

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London

Nov1939

London

London, the "Flower of Cities All" As old Dunbar once did you call, - "Rose Royal and Original." You that have seen beneath your sky Long lines of men go marching by To take the field for Libe

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • British Cavalry in France - 25 Years Ago and Today
  • Allies & Neutrals Await the Nazis
  • R.A.F. Rules the German Sky
  • How to Recognize German Raiders
  • It's Not so Easy to Bomb Britain!
  • Opening the Doors to America's Limitless Arsenal
  • The Famous Dover Patrol Carries On
  • Hitler Doomed to Failure Where Napoleon Failed
  • The Russian Riddle is Still an Enigma
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • How to Tell Non-commissioned Ranks of the Forces
  • Dramatic Story of Strasbourg's Great Exodus
  • Odd Facts About the War
  • Behind the Scenes in Nazi Prison Camps
  • Britain's First Bag of Prisoners of War
  • I Was There! - We Saw the First Air-Raid at Rosyth
  • I Was There! - They Were Shot Down in the Lammersmoors
  • I Was There! - We Watched a Duel in British Skies
  • I Was There! - Stars and Stripes Went to the Rescue
  • I Was There! - Saved One Crew While Seeking Another
  • Our Diary of the War
  • London
  • It Is Said That...
  • Wartime Abbreviations