Volume 5 - No. 112 - November 20, 1941
Desert patrol in the Tobruk area is carried out by cruiser tanks such as that seen above, among others. Most of the officers and men who form the crews of these tanks have taken part in the war in L
Of the heroic garrison of 4,000 under Brigadier Nicholson which defended Calais in May 1940 (see page 627, Vol. II) only 47 escaped. Here are the first-hand stories of some of these officers and men.
Full index of this magazine
- But For Britain! ... The Two Americas?
- Maybe We Can Learn From Hitler's Army
- Just What Damage Have We Done to Germany?
- Our Searchlight on the War
- Now the Crimea Is Caught in the Nazi Net
- Convoy Raiding Is Now a 'Desperate Assault'
- Our Diary of the War
- Off for a 'Cruise' in Tobruk's Perimeter
- Behind the Front: Battle of Supplies in Russia
- 'Commando' Men Have 'Guts' and 'Gumption'
- I Was There! - We Sang as the Germans Shelled Us at Calais
- I Was There! - I Shall Never Forget that First 'Blitz' Night
- I Was There! - They Showed Me a Moscow Collective Farm
- Editor's Postscript