Volume 5 - No. 109 - October 20, 1941
After being interned at Dakar for fourteen months, a handful of Allied merchant marine officers outwitted the Vichy authorities and sailed out in a new steamer, as told here by the captain.
Full index of this magazine
- Need the Nazis Worry About Oil?
- Soviet War Posters Show the Will to Win
- Filling the Gaps in Britain's Labour Front
- Our Searchlight on the War
- The Moscow Conference: Full Aid for Russia
- Strange, the Czechs Don't Like Nazi 'Protection'!
- Phases in the Far-flung Battle of the Seas
- Our Diary of the War
- British Tanks for the Battle of Russia
- What the Soldier Eats and How He Gets It
- I Was There! - What We Saw on the Smolensk Battlefield
- I Was There - There Were 82 of Us in an Open Boat - 44 Died
- I Was There! - En Route to Turin We Nearly Hit the Alps
- I Was There! - How We Escaped from Internment at Dakar
- Editor's Postscript