Volume 5 - No. 101 - August 8, 1941
One party of soldiers and airmen who escaped from Crete crossed the Mediterranean to North Africa in a boat designed for calm coastal waters. Their story is told here by an Australian sergeant air-gun
Full index of this magazine
- Moscow Calling! Message For Frau Kremer!
- Russia's Canals in Their Background of Strategy
- They Keep the Heart of Britain Beating True
- Our Searchlight on the War
- Russia's Magnificent Stand Against the Invader
- Have the Germans Found Their Match at Last?
- With the Royal Navy in the Syrian Campaign
- Our Diary of the War
- Air Views of Hamburg: What Do They Show?
- Where the 'Bombed Out' Are Sure of a Welcome
- I Was There! - We Went in a Motor-Boat from Crete to Africa
- I Was There! - How I Plodded 200 Miles Across Libyan Sands
- I Was There! - What a Pity the 'Enemy Ships' Were Dummies!
- I Was There! - My First Flights Over the Enemy's Country
- The Editor's Postscript