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Volume 5 - No. 103 - August 22, 1941

London Bridge Cannot Fall Down

Aug1941

London Bridge Cannot Fall Down

"London Bridge is falling down", we hear the mad Hun cry; Each city shorn, each village torn, by terror from the sky. False thought of victory nearly won, and losses they deny, They have forgotten

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I Was There! - We Were 8 Days in Our Rubber Dinghy

Aug1941

I Was There! - We Were 8 Days in Our Rubber Dinghy

At 2:30 in the morning of July 1st an aircraft of the Bomber Command came down in the sea; at 12:30pm on July 9th the crew all sergeants were picked up by a rescue launch. The story of how they su

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Sgt. James Allen Ward

Aug1941

Sgt. James Allen Ward

Sgt. James Allen Ward, the 22-year-old New Zealander who won the 7th V.C. awarded to the R.A.F. in this war. He received the award for putting out a fire aboard an aeroplane returning from a raid over

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Full index of this magazine

  • The Tragic Irony of India at War
  • America's New Army in the Making
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • Poles and Russians Are Friends Again
  • Now Was Launched the Third German Offensive
  • Behold the Beaufighter
  • R.A.S.C. - The Army's 'Maid-of-All Work'
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Should It Have Happened on Bank Holiday?
  • I Was There! - I Saw How Moscow Took Her First Air Raid
  • I Was There! - We Flew From Belgium in an Ancient Plane
  • I Was There! - The Dutch Waved to Us Over Rotterdam
  • London Bridge Cannot Fall Down
  • I Was There! - We Were 8 Days in Our Rubber Dinghy
  • Sgt. James Allen Ward
  • The Editor's Postscript