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Volume 5 - No. 113 - November 29, 1941

'This Most Important and Timely Action'


'This Most Important and Timely Action'

On November 9, two days before the anniversary of the Battle of Taranto, a patrolling force of British naval units annihilated two convoys of enemy supply ships. The first enemy convoy, consisting of

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Full index of this magazine

  • Stalin Speaks, 'That Great Warrior Stalin'
  • America's a Friend in Need to British Warships
  • Burma's Coming to the Front of the Picture
  • Echoes of War on the Road to Mandalay
  • If They Want War, Then Australia Is Ready
  • Flying the Atlantic Is Ferry Command's Job
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • Bitter and Hard Is the Fight for the Crimea
  • Will Winter's Coming Halt the Russian War?
  • 'This Most Important and Timely Action'
  • What Is it Like in a U-Boat in Winter?
  • Our Diary of the War
  • This 'Fertile Island' is Now a Food Factory
  • Should Animals Be Used in Modern War?
  • All Together Against the Peril by Night
  • I Was There! - My Life as a Boy in Much-Bombed Malta
  • I Was There! - I Am Captain of a Band of Russian Guerillas
  • Editor's Postscript